The City of Toledo, Department of Neighborhoods develops the guidelines for Toledo-certified CHDO status. Attaining that status indicates that your organization has the capacity to develop, manage and/or sponsor a HOME-assisted or HOME-eligible housing development. In a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) development, if you partner with another housing developer, or are the sole developer, you may be eligible for an allocation of HOME funding to assist with your development costs. CHDO certification is also required to be eligible for a capacity-building operating grant. More information about the Operating Grant Program will be available at a later date.
As of Friday, July 30, 2012, all previous CHDO certifications will expire. if you are renewing your CHDO status for 2012-2013 or are applying for new Toledo-certified CHDO status, you must use this application.
The application CD must be submitted to the Department of Neighborhoods on or before Monday, July 16, 2012 at 4:45 p.m. to the attention of Kathleen Kovacs, Deputy Director. City of Toledo, Department of Neighborhoods, Division of Housing & Community Development. One government Center, Suite 1800, Toledo, Ohio 43604.
2012-2013 City of Toledo CHDO application