Fair Housing Department


​North Texas Regional Assessment of Fair Housing

​North Texas Regional Assessment of Fair Housing

The Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) is a legal requirement that the City must complete to continue receiving federal housing and community development funding from the United States Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). Specifically, the AFH is an analysis undertaken pursuant to 24 CFR Part 5.152 that includes the analysis of fair housing data, an assessment of housing issues and contributing factors, and identification of fair housing priorities and goals specific to Dallas.  Examples of fair housing issues include regional demographics, segregation, racially and ethnically concentrated areas of poverty, access to opportunity, disproportionate housing need, publicly supported housing, access to persons with disabilities, and fair housing enforcement and outreach capacity. 

The City held the first round of Public Participation Meetings in July of 2017.  The second round of Public Participation Meetings will begin in January of 2018.  Meetings will be held in each City Council District. The schedule  for the second round of meetings will be posted soon.Picture from one of our North Texas Regional Assessment of Fair Housing Meetings

Assessment of Fair Housing Meeting Dates


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