(a) A complete consolidated plan consists of the information required in § 91.200 through § 91.230, submitted in accordance with instructions prescribed by HUD (including tables and narratives), or in such other format as jointly agreed upon by HUD and the jurisdiction. A comprehensive housing affordability strategy consists of the information required in §§ 91.200 through 91.215(e), 91.215(h) through 91.215(l), 91.220(c), 91.220(g), 91.225 and 91.230.
(b) The jurisdiction shall describe:
(1) The lead agency or entity responsible for overseeing the development of the plan and the significant aspects of the process by which the consolidated plan was developed;
(2) The identity of the agencies, groups, organizations, and others who participated in the process; and
(3) A jurisdiction's consultations with:
(i) The Continuum of Care that serves the jurisdiction's geographic area;
(ii) Public and private agencies that address housing, health, social services, employment, or education needs of low-income individuals and families, of homeless individuals and families, of youth, and/or of other persons with special needs;
(iii) Publicly funded institutions and systems of care that may discharge persons into homelessness (such as health-care facilities, mental health facilities, foster care and other youth facilities, and corrections programs and institutions);
(iv) Other entities.
(c) In order to facilitate citizen review and comment each year, the plan shall contain a concise executive summary that includes the objectives and outcomes identified in the plan as well as an evaluation of past performance. The plan shall also include a concise summary of the citizen participation process, public comments, and efforts made to broaden public participation in the development of the consolidated plan.
[71 FR 6963, Feb. 9, 2006, as amended at 76 FR 75968, Dec. 5, 2011]
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