This Saint Paul PHA Agency Plan describes the programs, policies and practices that the PHA is carrying out in its current Fiscal Year, which began April 1st. In general the PHA is continuing the same course of action described in the HUD-approved plan for the previous fiscal year. This plan has proved successful over several years in meeting the needs of residents and the community, within the limits of available resources. The PHA focuses on its mission and Agency Goals, stressing sound property management, modernization and maintenance, and sound Section 8/Housing Choice Voucher administration. The PHA is also working with other community partners to address the critical shortage of affordable housing in the Twin Cities. The PHA is implementing its Five-Year and Annual Capital Fund Plan.
Click here to view the Agency Plan for FY 2020. For more information or to receive a copy of the PHA Agency Plan by mail, please contact Ka Thao, 651-292-6055.
Click here to view Attachments for Agency Plan FY 2020.
Click here to view the Annual Capital Fund Statement.
Click here to view the 5-Year Capital Fund Plan.
Each year in July the PHA starts updating its Agency Plan for the fiscal year which begins the following April 1st. PHA staff reviews the plan with the Resident Advisory Board (RAB) and representatives from tenant advocacy organizations like SMRLS (Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services, Inc.). The draft is released for public review and comment around October 1st and a public hearing on the Plan is held in mid-November. The draft of the Agency Plan for the next fiscal year is posted here when it is available. Written comments about the draft plan may be submitted before the hearing to the PHA, Attention Al Hester, Housing Policy Director, W. Andrew Boss Building, 555 North Wabasha St., Suite 400, St. Paul, MN 55102.
Click here to view the Notice of Public Hearing - PHA Agency Plan for Fiscal Year 2021.
Click here to view draft Agency Plan for FY 2021.
Click here to view Attachments for Agency Plan for FY 2021.