To give policy guidance, plan, fund, and coordinate economic development, infrastructure and human services programs and projects that improve City neighborhoods, facilitate affordable housing development, and assist Aurora residents who live at or below 80% of the Area Median Family Income ($63,200 for a four person household in 2018).
The City receives funds annually from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to address community development and housing needs. A five-year Consolidated Plan establishes priorities and each year an Annual Action Plan sets out action items and associated funding for the program year (January 1 - December 31).
How We Help
Neighborhood Redevelopment is the lead agency responsible for carrying out activities to meet the City's long-standing housing and community development priorities related to the goals and objectives defined in its 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan, which address physical, economic, demographic, and social conditions throughout the City.
Through an annual, competitive application process, the City identifies partners to help achieve identified goals and objectives.
2018 Partner agencies include:
Breaking Free, Inc.
National Latino Education Institute
Prairie State Legal Services
Public Action to Deliver Shelter, Inc. (DBA Hesed House)