The Capital Fund Program administers the major public housing rehabilitation and development projects to ensure the continued viability of the five pubic housing communities owned and managed by Suffolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority. These five communities consist of 466 rental units ranging from high rise to traditional apartments. The HUD Capital Fund Program (formerly the Comprehensive Grant Program) represents the principal funding source for these rehabilitation/development initiatives. The goal of the program is to provide essential non-routine maintenance, revitalization, or redevelopment of the local public housing communities. Additional information regarding planned rehabilitation and redevelopment initiatives for the authority's public housing communities is contained in the Suffolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority's PHA Annual Plan for Fiscal year 2011.
|Capital Fund Program (CFP) 2011||$ 642,103.00|
|Capital Fund Program (CFP) 2010||$ 753,045.00|
|Capital Fund Program (CFP) 2009||
|Capital Fund Program (CFP) 2008||
|Capital Fund Program (CFP) 2007||