Main Office Number (214) 670-5988
David A. Noguera, Director
Jacqueline Rodarte-Valle, Assistant Director
Avis F. Chaisson, Assistant Director
The Market Value Analysis (MVA) is a tool to assist residents and policy-makers identify and understand the elements of their local real estate markets. It is an objective, data-driven, tool built on local administrative data and validated with local experts. Click here for more information.
The MVA data was presented to City Council on January 17, 2018, click here to see the live presentation, also if you wish to see the presentation material, click here to see link.
Help shape Dallas housing policy. The City of Dallas faces a housing shortage that has intensified the underlying housing affordability problems in the market. This means that many households in Dallas are spending more than 30% of their income on housing. It also means that areas that have suffered from disinvestment will continue to do so unless the City intervenes. Community Outreach sessions are scheduled below to help drive community discussions.
Community Outreach Sessions
How Residential Development gets Financed
1/27 Saturday 10 a.m. – noon
1/29 Monday Virtual 6-7:30 p.m.
Pleasant Grove Library, 7310 Lake June Road, Dallas, TX 75217
City Hall Room Briefing Room
How to Reduce Development / Rehab Costs
1/31 Wednesday Virtual 6-7:30 p.m.
2/3 Saturday 10 a.m.- noon
City Hall Room Briefing Room
Hampton-Illinois Branch Library, 2951 South Hampton Road, Dallas, TX 75224
How to Increase Access to Capital
2/13 Tuesday Virtual 4-6 p.m.
2/17 Saturday 10 a.m. – noon
City Hall Briefing Room
Latino Cultural Center, 2600 Live Oak Street, Dallas, TX 75204
Programs, Tools and strategies to increase housing production
2/23 Virtual 4-6 p.m.
2/26 Monday 4-6 p.m.
City Hall Briefing Room
West Dallas MultiPurpose Center, 2828 Fish Trap Road, Dallas, TX 75212
To learn more and exchange ideas about how we can solve this problem together, please register on the link below. Scroll to the bottom of the page, enter your information and you'll be notified of the community meetings.
To view the input that was received by the Economic Development & Housing Committee Chair, please click onEconomic Development and Housing Chair Input Recieved.pdf
To view the input received via email to the Housing Policy email, please click on Final_Combined_Housing_Policy_Emails_Recieved.pdf
The Department's goals are to:
- Increase home ownership opportunities, especially for moderate income families
- Preserve existing owner-occupied and rental housing stock
- Increase availability of affordable housing opportunities
- Support neighborhood and community, based preservation and revitalization efforts
- Support a balanced growth strategy for Dallas to stabilize and increase the property
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- The 33rd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration/Candlelight Ceremony/Awards Banquet/Parade and more...
- Draft of proposed application for CDBG Section 108 Guarantee Loan Program funds for $11,000,000 for the Holiday Inn & Suites economic development project providing approximately 90 permanent full-time jobs held by low- and moderate-income persons and providing elimination of specific conditions of blight, physical decay, or environmental contamination not located in a slum or blighted area at 1011 S. Akard St.
- NOTICE OF REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD FOR SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT NO. 17 to the City's Consolidated Plan and Action Plan, proposed amended CDBG Section 108 Guarantee Loan Program Statement, and proposed application for CDBG Section 108 Guarantee Loan Program funds for $11,000,000 for the Holiday Inn & Suites economic development project providing approximately 90 permanent full-time jobs held by low- and moderate-income persons and providing elimination of specific conditions of blight, physical decay, or environmental contamination not located in a slum or blighted area at 1011 S. Akard St. (pdf)
- NOTICE OF REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD FOR SUBSTANTIAL AME NDMENT NO. 16 to the Consolidated Plan for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 to (a) receive and deposit program income in the amount of $400,000; (b) increase established appropriations from $3.4M to $3.8M to be used for similar eligible activities; and (c) a public hearing to be held on December 12, 2012 to receive comments on Substantial Amendment No. 16. - Amendment to the City's Consolidated Plan for the use of Federal Funds under the Title III of Division B of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act, 2008, Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 (NSP1) Funds (pdf)
- VOLUNTEERS NEEDED People Helping People (PHP) located at 5203 Bexar Street - Dallas, TX 75215 needs volunteers. If you are interested, please call 214.6707320 for more information
- NOTICE OF REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD FOR SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT NO. 14 to the Consolidated Plan and Action Plan on proposed use of the City's Community Development Block Grant Program and amended application for CDBG HUD Section 108 Guarantee Loan funds for $13,350,000 for the Lake Highlands Town Center project including development of commercial space and job creation in the 7140-7160 blocks of Skillman St. (pdf)
- Major Systems Repair Program (MSRP) Bid Awards