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									        VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG)


                 2012 ACTION PLAN




        Prepared by the Community Development Department




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                               TABLE OF CONTENTS


Executive Summary                                    3
2012 Annual Action Plan                              4
      Resources for the Annual Plan                  4
      Citizen Participation Plan                     8
      Activities to be Undertaken                    8
      Geographic Distribution                       19
      Homeless and Other Special Needs Activities   20
      Other Actions                                 21
      Program Specific Requirements                 25
      Monitoring                                    26
Appendix A: HUD SF-424 Form
Appendix B: Certifications
Appendix C: Public Hearing Notices
Appendix D: Public Hearing Minutes
Appendix D: Tables and Proposed Projects
Appendix E: Map




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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The 2010-2014 CDBG Five-Year Consolidated Plan addresses the community development needs of the
Village, outlines available programs and resources, and establishes a strategy for prioritizing and
addressing these needs. The Annual Action Plan is the list of projects, programs or activities that the
Village of Schaumburg expects to accomplish over the next year to address the priorities listed within the
Five Year Consolidated Plan. The strategies identified largely address the expenditures of the Village's
annual Community Development Block Grant allocation; however, the success of this plan is largely
dependent on the efforts and resources of other private and public agencies and organizations.
As the Village begins the 3rd year of the Five Year Consolidated Plan, the Community Development
Department has prepared the Village’s 2012 Action Plan, which complies with the established parameters
of the CDBG program and Five-Year Consolidated Plan, concentrates activities in eligible
neighborhoods, and satisfies established community needs. The Village expects to receive $307,883 from
the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to fund its 2012 Annual Action Plan. In
addition to the annual entitlement, the Village expects to receive $0 in program income and anticipates
carryover funds of $11,700 for a total amount $319,583 in CDBG funds.
The Village will utilize funds for administration of the CDBG program, public service agencies,
Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program, First Time Buyer’s Program, and capital improvement projects.
Village staff has reviewed and prioritized the CDBG eligible projects based on the needs identified within
the Consolidated Plan.

Based on HUD’s required Performance Measurement System, the following activities have been coded as
meeting the objective of Suitable Living Environment (SL), Decent Housing (DH) or Economic
Opportunity (EO) along with the Outcomes of Availability/Accessbility (1), Affordability (2),or
Sustainability (3). The proposed activities using CDBG funds for the next year are listed below:
           Activity                                 Description                         Amount     Goal
Planning and Administration    Advertising, subscription dues, travel, administration    $28,279   N/A
                               costs
Access To Care                 Subsidized health care and prescription drugs              $5,200   SL-1
CEDA Northwest                 Housing assistance, case management, and rent             $11,400   DH-2
                               assistance
Children’s Advocacy Center     Counseling and support services for children and their     $2,300   SL-1
                               families
Children’s Home & Aid          Subsidized child day care, parenting education, and        $7,800   EO-3
Society                        counseling
Countryside Association        Employment training and Development Program                $1,500   SL-1
Fellowship Housing             Casework and support services for women and their          $3,900   DH-3
                               children
Journeys from PADS to HOPE     Referrals and support services for homeless                $5,500   SL-3
RCL                            Administration of a shared housing program for the         $1,500   SL-3
                               disabled
WINGS                          Comprehensive homeless assistance program for              $3,700   DH-2
                               women
YMCA                           Subsidized child care                                      $3,200   SL-2
First Time Homebuyer Program   Down payment and closing cost assistance                  $70,304   DH-2
Residential Rehab Loan         Rehabilitation program for owner-occupied                 $100,00   DH-2
Program                        residential units
Residential Rehab Program –    Contract with NWHP to administer the Rehab                $15,000    N/A
Admin                          Program
Façade Improvement             Facade Improvements with Spectrum Industrial Park         $30,000   EO-3
                               Loan program to microenterprise businesses to create      $30,000   EO-1
Microenterprise Loan Program   jobs for low-income persons.
            Total                                                                       $319,583



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INTRODUCTION

The Annual Action Plan proposes activities to be undertaken by the Village in the next fiscal
year (2012) to address the needs and objectives described in the Strategic Plan component of the
2010-2014 Consolidated Plan. Any activities to be funded through CDBG, HOME, ESG,
HOPWA, the Public Housing Comprehensive Grant, or other U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD) funded programs will be listed and described herein.

The Annual Action Plan is submitted to HUD annually and constitutes the Village’s application
to HUD for grants under any HUD-funded programs. Every year the activities proposed to be
funded by federal allocations to the Village of Schaumburg will be described and proposed
dollar amounts will be given.

The activities in the Annual Action Plan relate to the statutory goals of funding sources, the
Village-identified needs in the areas of housing, public services, economic development and so
forth and the local objectives of the community, as described in the Strategic Plan. The
priorities established in the Consolidated Plan include:

         1.         Affordable Housing
         2.         Homeless Continuum of Care
         3.         Other Special Housing/Non Homeless Needs
         4.         Public Services Needs
         5.         Public Facility Improvements
         6.         Infrastructure Improvements

SUMMARY OF RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR FY 12/13

Federal Resources
The Village of Schaumburg expects to receive an allocation of $319,583 from HUD to fund its
2012 Annual Action Plan. In addition to the allocation, program income and carryover funds
can also be used as a source of CDBG funding. Program income is generated from the
repayment of loans issued through the Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program and the First
Time Homebuyer’s Program. Any program income received will be reprogrammed into the
rehabilitation or homebuyer’s account, depending on the source of the program income. Due to
the current housing market, the Village anticipates receiving $0 in program income for FY 2012.
Carryover funds are dollars that were not spent in previous years that were brought forward into
2012 for redistribution or completion of approved projects.

The following is an estimated summary of federal funding available for FY 2012:

                        CDBG Allocation                         $307,883.00
                        CDBG Carryover                          $ 11,700.00
                        Estimated Program Income                $      0.00

                        TOTAL                                   $319,583.00

The Community Development Department recommends allocating a total of $46,000 for public
services, which will leverage approximately $18.1 million in public and private resources to
administer public service programs for Schaumburg. The Village will support the applications
of other agencies as long as the agencies promote the Strategic Plan and are consistent with the


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Village’s Consolidated Plan. The Village will also lend technical assistance and information to
these agencies.

Schaumburg, like other public and private agencies, has limited resources to address the myriad
of needs identified in the needs analysis section of this plan. The Village uses its Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds on an annual basis to address these stated needs. The
Village does not qualify for formula allocations for HOME funds, Emergency Shelter Grant
(ESG) funds or for Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA). HOPWA is
administered by the City of Chicago for the metropolitan area. To qualify for HOME funds or
ESG funds, the Village would have to apply to the State or join a consortium in Cook County or
DuPage County. Therefore, larger projects or regional projects need to be handled by larger
funding sources that can address larger regional needs like affordable housing construction and
regional homeless shelters.

Village Resources
Schaumburg offers many resources to assist in meeting the housing and community
development needs of the residents. The Village allows Shelter Inc., a local nonprofit agency, to
use one of its community buildings, the Jennings House, for the nominal fee of $1 annually and
maintains the property at no cost to that shelter agency. A resource the Village will evaluate for
future use is its obsolete land holdings. Appropriate properties may be turned over or sold to
worthy nonprofit agencies that further the Village’s housing and community development goals.
Additionally, the Village automatically waives construction permit and zoning fees up to $2,500
for any CDBG-funded projects. Any fees exceeding this amount would require Village Board
approval.

The Community Development Department administers the CDBG program and manages the
First Time Homebuyer’s Program and the Residential Rehabilitation Program. Schaumburg
provides its residents with many additional resources. Police Social Workers assist the
homeless, abused, and other needy persons that need immediate help. Some of the valuable
services provided by the Police Social Workers to these people include money for food,
transportation to a shelter or hotel, protection, or legal assistance. The Police Social Workers
also refer individuals seeking services to appropriate agencies. The Village of Schaumburg
Public Health and Nursing Division provides medical services including a Wellness Clinic
where nurses conduct blood pressure screenings and provide answers to general health
questions. The Village of Schaumburg Barn offers a variety of programs that support the social
and emotional well-being of residents. Programs at the Barn include the Family Counseling
Center and Teen Center.

Outside Resources
Since the Village does not have the resources to address all of the community’s needs by itself,
it depends on outside resources to help address those unmet needs. The Village will seek to
leverage outside resources by using CDBG funds as seed money where appropriate. The
greatest resources are area social service agencies. These agencies provide much of the
manpower and overhead to address many of the Village’s housing and community development
needs. While the Village, county, or state often supplies limited cash resources, it is the
individual agencies that provide the coordination and network to accomplish what the Village
could not accomplish on its own. The Village will continue to act as an advocate for public
service agencies serving residents from Schaumburg and the northwest suburbs.

Additionally, the Village works with local financial institutions for the First-Time Homebuyer’s
Program. The First-Time Homebuyer’s Program does not place limitations on the senior


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mortgage financial package for applicants, which allows them more flexibility in choosing the
package that best fits their needs; however, homebuyer counseling is required as part of the
program to ensure that the buyers fully understand the homebuying process. The First Time
Homebuyer’s Program has been used in conjunction with other homebuyer’s programs offered
through the federal and state government, not-for-profits, and Community Reinvestment Act
credits through the applicant’s financial institution.

Housing Choice Vouchers, administered through the Housing Authority of Cook County, are
available to Schaumburg residents. There are some apartment complexes and privately rented
housing units within the Village including that currently accept Housing Choice Voucher
tenants.


CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN
Before adoption the 2012 Action Plan, the Village will make available information (including
the amount of assistance anticipated, the various activities that will be undertaken, and the
amount that will benefit persons of low- and moderate-income) to citizens, public agencies, and
other interested parties. Furthermore, the Village plans to minimize displacement of persons
and to assist any person displaced.

Prior to the public hearing, the Village will publish a notice in the Daily Herald for public
comment. Copies of the entire plan will be made available in the Schaumburg Township
Library, Schaumburg Township Office, and Village Municipal Center. In addition, the Village
will provide copies of the plan to citizens and groups upon request.

The Village of Schaumburg will make its 2012 Annual Action Plan available for a 30 day public
comment period. A public hearing will be held before the Plan Commission with a date to be
determined. The report will be mailed directly to any interested parties. Any written public
comments will be included in the report.


ACTIVITIES TO BE UNDERTAKEN (See Proposed Project Tables labeled as Exhibit D)
The following activities describe the administration, public services programs, and low- and
moderate-income projects that will be funded by CDBG funds during FY 2012.

Administration
HUD allows communities a 20% administration cap. Based on HUD’s calculations,
Schaumburg’s estimated allocation is $307,883. Of this allocation, $61,577 is available to
administer the CDBG program. The Village anticipates spending $28,279 (0.9%) of the CDBG
entitlement towards administration costs in 2012. Funds will be budgeted for advertising, an
audit postage, travel, meetings and training, subscriptions, office supplies, and consulting fees.
The Village anticipates spending $23,454 on salaries and benefits for staff that assist in
administering the CDBG Program.




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Public Service Projects

Access To Care
  Administrative Location: 2225 Enterprise Drive, Westchester, IL 60154
  Description: Access to Care enables low income, uninsured residents to receive basic
   health care services.
  Program Budget: $3,103,000
  Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
  Performance Measurement System
   o Objective: Creating Suitable Living Environment
   o Outcome: Accessibility
   o Outcome statement: Accessibility for the purpose of creating a suitable living
       environment.
   o Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service

                                   Grant Performance
                                      Access To Care
           Proposed # Served    Actual # Served    Funding Requested    Funding Level
 FY12              6                   n/a              $10,000            $5,200
 FY11              7            7 as of 1/16/12         $10,000            $6,100
 FY10              7                    8               $10,000            $6,800
 FY09              5                    5                $9,000            $4,050
 FY08              5                    6                $7,000            $4,050
 FY07              10                  11                $7,000            $7,000
 FY06              9                    6               $10,000            $3,400
 FY05             230                 142               $10,000            $ 3,750
                                (7 with CDBG
                                     funds)
 FY04             282                 317               $20,000            $ 4,000
                                (9 with CDBG
                                     funds)
 FY03             n/a                 174               $20,000            $10,000
 FY02             n/a                 282               $20,000            $20,000




CEDA Northwest – Housing Intervention Program
 Administrative Location: 1300 W. Northwest Highway, Mount Prospect, IL 60056
 Description: CEDA has requested funds to administer the three components of its Housing
  Intervention Program: Housing Assistance, Emergency Shelter/Case Management, and Rent
  Assistance. CEDA’s clients agree to cooperate on a contract with mutually defined goals.
  Budget, financial and job counseling are also provided as support services. These homeless
  programs address the needs of several homeless groups including families and individuals
  with emergency and transitional housing, and those persons who are at risk of being
  homeless.
 Program Budget: $555,000
 Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
 Performance Measurement System
  o Objective: Decent Affordable Housing
  o Outcome: Affordability


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   o   Outcome statement: Affordability for the purpose of creating suitable living
       environment and decent housing
   o   Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service

                                       Grant Performance
       Community and Economic Development Association Of Cook County Inc. (CEDA Northwest)
                 Proposed # Served   Actual # Served       Funding          Funding Level
                                                          Requested
         FY12           48                  n/a            $20,000            $11,400
         FY11           58           10 as of 1/16/12      $22,000            $13,500
         FY10           74                  81             $22,000            $15,600
         FY09           76                  61             $22,000            $16,000
         FY08           91                  65             $20,000            $16,950
         FY07          122                  93             $20,000            $20,000
         FY06          100                 113             $20,000            $16,500
         FY05           90                 105             $22,000            $16,926
         FY04           90                  97             $22,000            $18,000
         FY03           71                  80             $22,000            $19,500
         FY02          100                  89             $22,000            $20,500
         FY01          100                  75             $22,000            $20,500
         FY00           98                  73             $24,500            $20,450
         FY99           93                 105             $24,500            $21,500
         FY98          106                 116             $23,500            $21,500
         FY97          131                 104             $30,000            $23,000
         FY96          180                 136             $26,000            $22,450
         FY95          150                 130             $25,000            $23,000
         FY94          120                 182             $22,500            $20,000




Children’s Advocacy Center
 Administrative Location: 640 Illinois Boulevard, Hoffman Estates, IL 60194
 Description: The Safe from the Start Program provides a comprehensive and coordinated
       system to prevent and respond to the harmful effects of exposure to violence to young
       children. The Safe from the Start Program provides case management, community
       education, and supportive services to children and their families.
 Program Budget: $278,790
 Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
 Performance Measurement System
   o Objective: Suitable Living Environment
   o Outcome: Availability/Accessibility
   o Outcome statement: Accessibility for the purpose of creating a suitable living
       environment
   o Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service




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                                    Grant Performance
                            Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC)
                 Proposed #    Actual # Served    Funding Requested       Funding Level
                   Served
    FY12             13               n/a               $4,000               $2,300
    FY11             22        12 as of 1/16/12         $4,000               $2,800
    FY10             23               18                $2,900               $2,400
    FY09             17               26                $2,500               $1,500
    FY08             13               15                $3,000               $1,700
    FY07             32               19                $3,000               $2,725
    FY06             40               20                $4,500               $2,250
    FY05             35               27                $5,000               $3,750
    FY04             32               28                $4,000               $4,000
    FY03             n/a              20                $8,000               $8,000
    FY02             n/a              22                $8,000               $8,000




Children’s Home & Aid Society (CHASI)
 Administrative Location: 725 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg, IL 60193
 Description: CHASI provides subsidized child day care, parenting education, counseling,
   and crisis intervention services. CHASI works to help low-income parents attain and
   sustain economic self-sufficiency by providing affordable, quality child day care and to
   support parents in their role as primary caregiver and provider for their children.
 Program Budget: $2,124,177
 Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
 Performance Measurement System
   o Objective: Creating Economic Opportunities
   o Outcome: Sustainability
   o Outcome statement: Sustainability for the purpose of creating economic opportunities.
   o Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service

                                    Grant Performance
                    Children’s Home and Aid Society of Illinois (CHASI)
                 Proposed #      Actual # Served   Funding Requested      Funding Level
                   Served
     FY12            10                n/a                 46,000            $7,800
     FY11            11         155 as of 1/16/12         $40,000            $9,500
     FY10            11                161                $40,000           $11,050
     FY09            12                114                $35,000            $9,950
     FY08            57                55                 $13,500            $9,950
     FY07            26                93                 $13,500           $10,550
     FY06           100                24                 $13,150            $9,000
     FY05            29                34                 $13,950           $10,000
     FY04           100                30                 $13,150           $10,600
     FY03           100                31                 $43,528           $13,150
     FY02            78                44                 $25,000            $8,000



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        FY01           78                38                $25,000                 $8,000
        FY00          117                26                $33,670                 $7,500
        FY99           35                23                $16,000                $10,200
        FY98            30                27                $16,000                $10,200
        FY97            22                23                $32,062                $11,000




Countryside Association
 Administrative Location: 21154 W. Shirley Road, Palatine, Illinois 60074
 Description: Countryside will be focused on providing employment training and
   development to people with dishabilles with a goal resulting in earning an income through
   subcontract work onsite one of the Work and Training Centers, working in enclaves onsite
   at the employer’s place of business or community-based employment with a job coach to
   ensure success for the individual.
 Program Budget: $5,275,050
 Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
 Performance Measurement System
   o Objective: Suitable Living Environment
   o Outcome: Accessibility
   o Outcome statement: Accessibility to employment by providing job training.
                                     Grant Performance
                                   Countryside Association
                   Proposed #      Actual # Served   Funding Requested        Funding Level
                     Served
    FY12               5                 n/a               $5,000                $1,500
    o    Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service



Fellowship Housing Corporation (FHC)
 Administrative Location: 2060 Stonington, Hoffman Estates, IL 60195
 Description: FHC offers comprehensive support services to homeless women and children
    which includes budget, career, personal and family counseling, life skills training, medical
    and dental care, car maintenance and repair, access to local food pantries, childcare, legal
    assistance, and other services.
 Program Budget: $525,000
 Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
 Performance Measurement System
    o Objective: Decent Housing
    o Outcome: Sustainability
    o Outcome statement: Sustainability for the purpose of providing decent affordable
        housing
    o Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service




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                                    Grant Performance
                          Fellowship Housing Corporation (FHC)
                 Proposed #     Actual # Served    Funding Requested     Funding Level
                   Served
    FY12             13                n/a               $5,600             $3,900
    FY11             6           6 as of 1/16/12        $15,000             $4,600
    FY10             6                 17               $15,000             $5,800
    FY09             5                 14               $15,000             $3,000
    FY08             5                 28               $15,000             $6,900
    FY07             3                 38               $13,000             $9,000
    FY06             10                39               $13,000             $6,750
    FY05             28                103              $10,500             $7,000
    FY04             30                34               $10,500             $7,500
    FY03             32                34               $15,000             $8,500
    FY02             32                30               $10,840             $7,125
    FY01             24                32               $11,032             $7,125
    FY00             18                25               $14,684             $7,000
    FY99             18                n/a              $13,330               $0




Journeys from PADS to HOPE
 Administrative Location: 1140 E. Northwest Highway, Palatine, IL 60067
 Description: Journeys from PADS to HOPE provides referral and service needs of the
   northwest suburban homeless or near homeless families. Services provided include case
   management services, follow-up advocacy, transportation, housing and food vouchers,
   emergency medical referral, employment services, and clothing and food pantry resources.
 Program Budget: $904,311
 Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
 Performance Measurement System
   o Objective: Creating a suitable living environment
   o Outcome: Sustainability
   o Outcome statement: Sustainability for the purpose of creating a suitable living
       environment.
   o Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service

                                   Grant Performance
                              Journeys from PADS to HOPE
                 Proposed #     Actual # Served   Funding Requested    Funding Level
                   Served
    FY12             28                n/a              $15,000            $5,500
    FY11             43         36 as of 1/16/12        $15,000            $6,100
    FY10             33                49              $13,000             $6,300
    FY09             22                46              $10,000             $4,900
    FY08             38                44               $7,000             $5,900
    FY07             45                37               $7,000             $7,000
    FY06             40                32              $17,000             $5,750
    FY05             25                70              $10,000             $6,000
    FY04             25                68              $10,000             $6,000
    FY03             40                25              $25,000             $7,000
    FY02             40                27              $15,000             $4,425
    FY01             32                35              $15,000             $4,425

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    FY00             32               29               $15,000              $4,000
    FY99             28               19               $10,000              $3,500
    FY98             25               26               $10,000              $4,000




Resources for Community Living (RCL)
 Administrative Location: 4300 Lincoln Avenue, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
 Description: RCL offers affordable housing and individualized support services for adults
   with developmentally and/or physical disabilities living in northwest Cook County. Using
   the shared housing approach, individuals with disabilities are matched with community
   residents to share housing expenses. Usually in return for rent, the house provider shares
   their home with the disabled individual. This helps the home provider, who is usually of
   low-income, to make their housing more affordable and provides some individuals with
   companionship or security. Other disabled individuals who are not matched, are assisted by
   RCL to find their own apartment and are sometimes provided with a housing subsidy.
 Program Budget: $222,718
 Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
 Performance Measurement System
   o Objective: Creating a Suitable Living Environment
   o Outcome: Sustainability
   o Outcome statement: Sustainability for the purpose of creating a suitable living
       environment
   o Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service

                                    Grant Performance
                          Resources for Community Living (RCL)
               Proposed #       Actual # Served    Funding Requested     Funding Level
                 Served
  FY12             3                   n/a              $6,000              $1,500
  FY11             2             8 as of 1/16/12        $6,000                $900
  FY10             3                   10               $6,000              $2,000
  FY09             3                   12               $6,000              $2,400
  FY08             2                    8               $6,000              $2,400
  FY07             5                    6               $5,000              $5,000
  FY06             5                   12               $5,000              $1,750
  FY05             6                    3               $5,000              $2,000
  FY04             6                    9               $5,000              $2,500
  FY03             6                    4               $5,000              $3,000
  FY02             5                    5               $3,000              $2,000
  FY01             5                    4               $2,500              $2,000
  FY00             4                    3               $2,500              $2,000
  FY99             7                    4               $2,500              $2,500
  FY98             7                    4               $2,000              $2,000
  FY97             4                    4               $2,000              $2,000
  FY96             4                    4               $2,000              $1,960
  FY95             2                    3               $2,000              $2,000
  FY94            n/a                  n/a                n/a                 n/a




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Women In Need Growing Strong (WINGS)
 Administrative Location: P.O. Box 95615, Palatine, IL 60095
 Description: WINGS administers a Transitional Living Program for homeless women and
  their children, which offers a comprehensive program of structured transitional living and
  support services to homeless women and children, most of whom have experienced
  domestic violence. Women live with their children in shelter homes in a family
  environment where they prepare menus, grocery shop and maintain the home for up to 6
  months in Stage I. Through intensive case management, they develop personal goals,
  implement individual plans, and receive comprehensive assessments, training and
  counseling. Stage II consists of families moving into subsidized shared-living apartments for
  up to 18 months. The women continue to receive services, education or enter job skills
  training programs.
 Program Budget: $3,765,513
 Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
 Performance Measurement System
  o Objective: Decent Housing
  o Outcome: Affordability
  o Outcome statement: Affordability for the purpose of providing decent affordable
       housing
  o Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service


                                  Grant Performance
                        Women in Need Growing Stronger (WINGS)
              Proposed # Served    Actual # Served   Funding Requested       Funding Level
   FY12               7                   n/a             $15,000               $3,700
   FY11              19            22 as of 1/16/12       $15,000               $4,500
   FY10              19                   28              $15,000               $5,500
   FY09              14                   58              $15,000               $5,200
   FY08              14                   55              $15,000               $6,200
   FY07              16                   27              $15,000               $7,225
   FY06              43                   12              $15,000               $6,750
   FY05              30                   38              $15,000               $7,000
   FY04              30                   14              $15,000               $7,500
   FY03              28                   18              $15,000               $8,500
   FY02              28                   18              $15,000               $7,500
   FY01              28                   26              $25,000               $7,500
   FY00              16                   28              $25,000               $7,000
   FY99              16                   20              $20,000              $12,500
   FY98              16                   15              $20,000              $13,000
   FY97              20                   12              $17,000              $11,000
   FY96              18                   10              $17,000              $13,720
   FY95              15                   26              $12,000              $12,000
   FY94              10                   11              $12,000              $10,000


Alfred Campanelli YMCA
 Administrative Location: 300 W. Wise Road, Schaumburg, IL 60193
 Description: The YMCA administers 3 child care programs (before and afterschool,
    preschool and after kindergarten care, and summer daycamp), which provide necessary
    childcare for parents that work, attend school or who have medical disabilities.


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     Additionally, the afterschool program also provides homework assistance, reading
     enrichment, nutritious and health snacks and active play to encourage a health lifestyle.
     Fees are charged to clients on a sliding scale basis.
    Program Budget: $1,400,000
    Reporting Requirement: Quarterly reports
    Performance Measurement System
     o Objective: Creating a Suitable Living Environment
     o Outcome: Affordability
     o Outcome statement: Affordability for the purpose of creating a suitable living
         environment.
     o Indicator: Number of persons assisted with new access to a service

                                     Grant Performance
                                            YMCA
                Proposed #          Actual # Served  Funding Requested    Funding Level
                  Served
    FY12            10                    n/a                   $10,000      $3,200
    FY11            6               3 as of 1/16/12             $10,000      $1,900
    FY10            10                    19                    $10,000      $2,300
    FY09            5                     30                    $20,000      $2,000




Village-Administered Projects

First Time Home Homebuyer Program
The Village will allocate approximately $70,304 for funding a first time homebuyer program.
The program will provide down payment and closing cost assistance to first time homebuyers
who are at or below 80 percent medium income. The maximum loan amount is $10,000, which
is provided in the form of a forgivable loan that is forgiven at a rate of 1/60th per month.
       Performance Measurement System
        o Objective: Providing Decent Affordable Housing
        o Outcome: Affordability
        o Outcome statement: Affordability for the purpose of providing decent housing
        o Indicators:
              Number of households assisted with down payment and closing costs
              Number of households that have received housing counseling.

                                       Grant Performance
                               First Time Homebuyer’s Program
             Proposed #   Actual # Served   Funding Requested             Funding Level
               Served
    FY12          7                n/a                   $70,304             $70,304
    FY11         14          8 as of 1/13/12            $139,151            $139,151
    FY10          6                 7                 $100,226.57         $100,226.57
    FY09          5                 9                  $71,005.70          $71,005.70
    FY08          5                 7                    $61,456             $61,456
    FY07          5                 5                    $45,554             $45,554
    FY06          5                 6                  $36,382.24          $36,382.24
    FY05          5                 4                    $50,000             $50,000




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Residential Rehabilitation Program
The Community Development Department is recommending continuing the Residential
Rehabilitation Program. The Village will contract out the Rehab Program to Northwest Housing
Partnership. There will be a maximum cap of 15% of the Rehab Program budget or $26,250.
The maximum interest-free loan amount for one single-family home is $25,000; the maximum
loan amount for an attached home is $15,000. Additionally a new component of the program
involves weatherization testing to make weatherization improvement, which will help the
homeowner save on energy costs. The Community Development Department is recommending
allocating $100,000 for the Village’s housing rehabilitation program. In addition, any program
income received from the repayment of previous rehabilitation loans would also be available for
this program. An average of $27,116 has been repaid in loans over the past 3 years.

    Performance Measurement System
         o Objective: Providing Decent Affordable Housing
         o Outcome: Affordability
         o Outcome statement: Affordability for the purpose of providing decent housing
         o Indicators:
             Number of household units brought from substandard to standard condition
             Number of units brought into compliance with lead safe regulations

                                    Grant Performance
                             Residential Rehabilitation Program
                Proposed #     Actual # Served Funding Requested          Funding Level
                  Served
     FY12            4                 n/a            $100,000              $100,000
     FY11            8           3 as of 1/13/12      $175,000              $175,000
     FY10            4                  4            $149,352.85           $149,352.85
     FY09            4                  1             $100,000              $100,000
     FY08            6                  5             $127,380              $127,380
     FY07            8                  6            $150,000.44           $150,000.44
     FY06           10                  8            $105,120.36           $105,120.36
     FY05           12                  6             $125,768              $125,768
     FY04           10                 11             $111,850              $111,850
     FY03            7                 10             $115,670              $115,670
     FY02            5                 11              $69,977              $171,680
     FY01            5                 12              $84,000               $73,150
     FY00            7                  8              $37,478               $37,478
     FY99            7                  2             $100,300              $100,300
     FY98           n/a                 6                n/a                   n/a
     FY97            8                  1             $200,000              $200,000
    FY96-94         n/a                n/a               n/a                   n/a




Economic Development Projects

Façade Improvement Program:
The Village is proposing to target the Spectrum Industrial Park for commercial façade
improvements. The Village will provide financial assistance to property owners for façade
improvements. Up to 50% matching grant per project will be provided at a maximum of


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$10,000 per project. The Village will be involved in the solicitation of bids for the work to
ensure compliance with CDBG regulations. A maximum of $30,000 is being recommended for
this project, so the Village anticipates completing 3 projects this year.

   Performance Measurement System
        o Objective: Economic Opportunity
        o Outcome: Sustainability
        o Outcome statement: Sustainability for the purpose of providing economic
           opportunity
            Number of buildings brought from substandard to standard condition
            Number of units brought into compliance with lead safe regulations

                                     Grant Performance
                                Façade Improvement Program
                Proposed #       Actual # Served Funding Requested         Funding Level
                  Served
    FY12            3                  n/a              $30,000               $30,000


Microenterprise Program:
The Village is also proposing to provide a small business loan program to allow for job creation
for low- and moderate-income persons. The Village will target microenterprise businesses,
which are businesses that have 5 employees or less, including the owner. The Village will
provide grants for business expansion and training to create jobs. Staff recommends a budget of
$30,000, which will be used to assist 3 microenterprises.

   Performance Measurement System
        o Objective: Economic Opportunity
        o Outcome: Accessibility
        o Outcome statement: Accessibility for the purpose of providing economic
           opportunity
            Number of jobs created for low- and moderate-income persons

                                     Grant Performance
                                  Microenterprise Program
                Proposed #       Actual # Served Funding Requested         Funding Level
                  Served
    FY12            3                  n/a              $30,000               $30,000




Activities Not Funded in FY 12/13
 Big Barn Preschool (Public Service)
 Kenneth Young Center (Public Service)
 World Trade Center (Public Service)




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GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION
All activities using CDBG funds must benefit low and moderate-income persons, prevent or
eliminate slum or blight, or meet an urgent community development need. An area benefit
activity that is eligible for the CDBG program is a particular geographic area where at least 51
percent of the residents are low and moderate-income persons, or for Schaumburg and similar
municipalities with fewer low and moderate-income persons, where the proportion of low and
moderate-income persons in the area is within the highest quartile of all areas (greater than
30.9%). According to the Census 2000 Low and Moderate Income Summary Data, households
with incomes less than $49,100 are considered low and moderate-income. The following areas
in Schaumburg are classified as CDBG eligible areas and shown on the map in Appendix D:

                  % of Low and
Neighborhood
                 Moderate Income                   Residential Development
      #
                    Persons
      1               42.3%          Walden
      2               39.7%          Walden, Lakeside at Walden
      3               33.2%          Beech Pointe, Lexington Lane, Lexington Village
      4               45.0%          Kingsport Estates, Kingsport Village East
      5              35.56%          Schaumburg Park District Community Recreation
                                     Center and SF Home
      5                 77.5%        Friendship Village, Pleasant Acres
      6                 67.0%        Schaumburg Terrace, Schaumburg Villas
      7                 30.9%        Sheffield Manor, Towne Place East, Wynmark
      8                 37.1%        AMLI at Poplar Creek, Schaumburg Villas, Sheffield
                                     Towne, Windsong
      9                 31.4%        Cloisters, New Kensington, Wellington Court, Meadow
                                     Knolls
      10                37.1%        Country Lane, Glens, Greencastle, Kingsport Estates,
                                     Savannah Trace
      11                38.1%        Revere Circle, Weathersfield Commons
      12                31.3%        Weathersfield
      13                40.8%        Weathersfield Condominiums, Weathersfield
      14                35.2%        Emerald Village, Pickwick Place, Weathersfield

The majority of projects to be undertaken for FY12/13 are Village-wide activities available to
all low and moderate income residents of Schaumburg. The public service agencies specifically
target these residents. The Residential Rehabilitation Program is offered to all Schaumburg
residents that meet the requirements of the program. The First Time Homebuyer’s Program is
offered to anyone that purchases a home in Schaumburg that meets the requirements of the
program.



HOMELESS, HOUSING, AND OTHER SPECIAL NEEDS ACTIVITIES
The needs of the homeless and other special populations continue to be a concern in
Schaumburg. The Annual Action Plan is designed to meet the needs of the homeless and other
special populations through the continuum of care (outreach and assessment, emergency shelter,
and transitional housing). As listed in the Village’s Consolidated Plan, public services,
transitional housing, affordable housing, homeless facilities, handicapped centers, senior
programs, and youth programs are all priorities in the community that still have not been met.
There continues to be a need for these services and programs.



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Schaumburg sought qualified applicants for the public service money available to meet these
needs. The Public Service applications were evaluated based on the ability of each organization
to fulfill their role in the continuum of care. In general, public service money was spread among
agencies providing outreach and assessment, emergency shelter, housing, and other special
needs. The following table shows the different categories of the continuum of care and how the
public service money was divided up among the 6 agencies:

         Agency           Proposed #    Emergency     Transitional    Permanent
                            Served       Shelter       Housing         Housing
CEDA Northwest                48          $5,700         $5,700           $0
FHC                           13            $0           $3,900           $0
PADS to HOPE                  28          $5,500           $0             $0
RCL                            3            $0             $0           $1,500
WINGS                          7            $0           $3,700           $0
TOTAL                         99         $14,300        $17,600         $1,000

By funding these agencies, the Village seeks to prevent and eliminate homelessness in
Schaumburg. These different public service agencies provide services for the whole continuum
of care allowing for a homeless person to make the transition to permanent housing and
independent living as well as preventing those at risk of becoming homeless. It also provides
for programs to address the special needs of individuals and special populations who need
additional services and case management.

Specific sub-populations of the homeless are further broken down by priority need and the
estimated amount of CDBG funding that will be used in the next year to assist these individuals
in the table below:

              Sub-Populations                  Priority Need         Estimated Funds
Elderly                                            High                     $0
Frail Elderly                                      High                     $0
Severe Mental Illness                             Medium                    $0
Developmentally Disabled                          Medium                    $0
Physically Disabled                               Medium                  $1,500
Persons with Alcohol/Other Drug Addiction          Low                      $0
Persons with HIV/AIDS                              Low                      $0
Other:
Child Care                                         High                  $11,000
Youth Services                                    Medium                  $2,300
                             TOTAL                                       $14,300

The Village will continue to participate in forums and meetings such as the Alliance to End
Homelessness, to further define and make more efficient the partnerships between the Village,
governmental entities, public service agencies, and the clients. Schaumburg will also
collaborate with others to address area concerns such as affordable housing, day care,
transportation, and other issues listed in the Consolidated Plan.


Chronic Homelessness
There are many obstacles remaining in achieving the goal of ending chronic homelessness by
2013. As the Cook County Continuum of Care has shifted its focus on addressing the
comprehensive needs of the homeless population, it will continue to work at coordinating and


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integrating existing services and develop new partnerships to fill identified gaps in services and
housing. Although the Task Force on Homelessness in Suburban Cook County has worked
diligently over the past years to embrace the concepts of their ten-year plan, there are many
remaining obstacles to end chronic homeless in Cook County. Some of these obstacles include
expanded network for prevention services, access to treatment beds and services, proximity to
services, system coordination, and improving access to entitlement benefits.


OTHER ACTIONS

Obstacles To Meeting Underserved Needs
Schaumburg’s Annual Action Plan works to further the goals and objectives of the Consolidated
Plan. The 2012 Action Plan seeks to fund projects that are able to meet the needs of the
homeless, low income, youth, elderly, disabled and underserved. HUD allows entitlement
communities to utilize a maximum of 15% entitlement funds plus 15% of the previous year’s
program income for public service projects. The Village had a slight increase in requested
funding amounts than in the previous program year. The sub-recipients provide invaluable
services and activities for the low- and moderate-income residents of Schaumburg; therefore, the
Village will continue to monitor sub-recipients to ensure that CDBG funds are used efficiently
and that the underserved needs of Schaumburg are effectively being met.

Another obstacle to meeting undeserved needs is the limited amount of developable land, rental
units, and affordable housing for low- and moderate-income residents, which limits the
opportunities for new construction projects. The legislation enacted by the State of Illinois
under the Affordable Housing Act lists 24% of Schaumburg’s units as affordable and the
administration of the Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program and the First Time Homebuyer’s
Program does assist eligible residents with necessary housing costs, but the Village must still be
proactive to identify barriers to affordable housing.


Foster and Maintain Affordable Housing
Below is a table of the 1-year goals for the number of homeless, non-homeless, and special
needs households to be provided affordable housing. Direct rental assistance refers to housing
directly provided to Schaumburg residents whereas indirect assistance refers to supportive
services provided to Schaumburg residents.

   Agency       Classification Proposed #     Rental      Rehabilitation   Acquisition of
                                 Served      Assistance    of Existing     Existing Units
                                            (Direct and       Units
                                             Indirect)
                 Homeless/
  CEDA
                   Non-           48         $11,400            $0              $0
 Northwest
                 Homeless
                   Non-
    FHC                           13          $3,900            $0              $0
                 Homeless
Journeys from
  PADS to         Homeless        28          $5,500            $0              $0
    HOPE
                   Non-
    RCL                            3          $1,500            $0              $0
                  Homeless




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VOS – First
   Time          Non-
                                 7             $0              $0           $70,304
Homebuyer’s     Homeless
  Program
   VOS –
 Residential     Non-
                                 4             $0           $100,000           $0
   Rehab        Homeless
  Program
                 Non-
  WINGS                          7           $3,700            $0              $0
                Homeless
TOTAL                           110         $26,000         $100,000        $70,304

Another program goal is to foster decent and affordable housing through the Residential
Rehabilitation Program and the First Time Homebuyer’s Program. Through the Residential
Rehabilitation Loan Program, the Village is able to foster and maintain affordable housing by
reducing the cost burden for residents who would not be able to afford to rehab their homes
without CDBG assistance. During program year 2012, the Village plans to rehabilitate 4 homes
through the Residential Rehabilitation Program. Additionally a new component of the program
involves an energy audit to make weatherization improvements which will help the homeowner
save on energy costs.

The First Time Homebuyer’s Program was created to enable low-income residents overcome the
hurdle of a downpayment by providing downpayment and closing cost assistance. During FY
2012, the Village plans to assist 7 homebuyers through the First Time Homebuyer’s Program.


Remove Barriers to Affordable Housing
The Village has a limited amount of developable vacant land and a limited supply of affordable
housing; therefore, the housing cost for low-income residents may exceed their affordability
range. The Village, through its Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program, provides financial
assistance to eligible homeowner to rehab their homes. The Residential Rehabilitation Loan
Program provides eligible applicants with a deferred payment, 0% interest loan, which is due
upon 30 years or sale or change of title of the home, whichever comes soonest.

Resources for Community Living, CEDA Northwest, WINGS, and Fellowship Housing are
CDBG sub-recipients who remove barriers to affordable housing by providing financial and
educational assistance on housing-related issues to low- and moderate-income residents.

The First Time Homebuyer’s Program assists households with down payment and closing costs.
This program allows eligible households ho do not have the capability to purchase and finance a
new home the chance to do so. As a part of the First Time Homebuyer’s Program, applicants
are required to attend housing counseling to prepare residents for the homebuying process. The
Village also refers residents seeking down payment assistance to area banks and non-profits that
provide assistance in the form of grants.

The Village of Schaumburg is extremely-pro-active in its policies and actions for the provision
of a well-balanced housing stock and public services. The 2012 Action Plan seeks to provide
services and programs to help all low-income residents of Schaumburg. Schaumburg also seeks
to maintain the affordable housing stock located throughout the Village. Staff seeks to better
provide information to those residents in need of housing and service and refer them to those
agencies that have suitable programs and assistance. Schaumburg will seek to provide a variety



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of services and housing to meeting the different needs of its residents so that all needs are met.



Evaluate and Reduce Lead-Based Paint Hazards
The Village of Schaumburg has implemented HUD’s lead-based paint regulations for the
Village-administered programs. Both the Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program and the First
Time Buyer’s Program inform anyone requesting an application of the dangers of lead-based
paint. Additionally, if the dwelling was built prior to 1978, then the dwelling is inspected and
monitored to identify any possible hazards. Should any lead-based paint hazards be present in
the dwelling, safe work practices or abatement may be necessary depending on the cost of
assistance.

Additionally, lead-based paint testing may be necessary as part of the Environmental Review
Record for the proposed capital improvement projects depending on if the building was
constructed prior to 1978.


Reduce the Number of Poverty-Level Families
The 2012 Action Plan is also designed to assist low- and moderate-income residents through the
various programs funded by CDBG. Through the funding of the public service agencies, the
homeless and poor are assisted by these organizations and their programs. The Village works to
coordinate these activities so that a continuum of care is available to every person in need no
matter what stage of the continuum they are in. By funding different agencies with unique
programs, the residents are able to work their way from homelessness to self-sufficiency. In
addition to providing housing and homeless assistance, the Village will also fund other agencies
that provide services to Schaumburg’s low- and moderate- income residents:

                       Agency           Proposed #    Child Care &       Other
                                          Served       Programs         Services
                CHASI                       10           $7,800            $0
                Children’s Advocacy         13           $2,300            $0
                Access to Care              7              $0            $5,200
                      TOTAL                 30          $10,100          $5,200

These funded programs reach out to those in need and monitor each case in hopes of reducing
the number of persons below the poverty line


Develop Institutional Structure and Enhance Coordination Between Public and Private
Housing and Social Service Agencies
The Village of Schaumburg is involved in all aspects of providing community development
services to the residents of Schaumburg. The Village also provides the administrative services
that are necessary to ensure the effectiveness of the program through other Village Divisions
and Departments. In regards to CDBG-funded programs, there are several Divisions and
Departments involved. The Residential Rehabilitation Program is directly administered by the
Planning Division; however, both the Code Enforcement Division and the Building Division are
involved in conducting inspections of the homes that are being rehabilitated. Any construction
permit fees up to $2,500 are waived for any CDBG-funded projects. The Finance Department
assists with the handling of CDBG funds. Additionally, the Village’s Health and Human



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Services Committee, Plan Commission, and Village Board all have a role in approving the
Action Plan.

The Village also provides direct services to special needs without the use of CDBG funds. The
municipal budget includes funding for programs that benefit homeowners, renters and homeless.

       The Police Department’s Multi-Family Crime Free Housing Program to promote the
        Section 8 program and educate landlords on available services and assistance.

       The Police Social Workers assist the homeless, abused, and other needy persons that
        immediate help. Direct programs provided by the Police Social Workers include the
        Cell Phone Loan Program. Some of the valuable services provided by the Police Social
        Workers to these people include money for food, transportation to a shelter or hotel,
        protection, or legal assistance.

       The Village’s Public Health and Nursing Division provides a variety of services to
        promote the physical and emotional well-being of our residents. Services include TB
        Testing, Flu Clinics, Home Care, Cholesterol Screen, a Medical Lending Closet, and
        Wellness Clinics, where nurses are available for blood pressure screenings, diabetes and
        anemia screening, and general health questions.

       The Transportation Department administers the Senior and Disabled Taxi Program,
        which provides subsidies between $2.70 and $5.00 per ride in cooperation with 4
        licensed taxi companies. Smart Card allows free transportation on Metra, CTA, and
        fixed Pace routes. Seniors age 65 or older or persons with a medically-certified
        disability who reside in Schaumburg may be eligible for these programs.

There are several non-profit groups that provide housing and social services to Schaumburg
residents. These groups include CEDA Northwest, Countryside Association, and Journeys from
PADS to HOPE. Village Staff members are actively involved with these organizations.

The Village and non-profit organizations rely on private corporations, banks and individuals to
supply the needed funds. An example of a partnership between the Village and private sector
community is the First Time Homebuyer’s Program. Through the program, the Village provides
down payment and closing cost assistance to low- and moderate-income homebuyers; however,
the majority of the financing for the purchase comes from private sector lenders. The Village is
flexible in letting the applicant select the financial institution whose program best fits the
applicant’s needs. As part of the program, the Village requires homebuyer’s counseling through
a private agency to prepare the homeowner in selecting the right institution. Oftentimes, private
lenders provide homebuyers programs as part of their Community Reinvestment Act efforts.



Fostering Public Housing
The Village does not have any public housing but is in the operating jurisdiction of the Housing
Authority of Cook County.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
The Village of Schaumburg’s estimated 2012 CDBG allocation is $307,883, and anticipated
carryover funds from prior years is estimated at $11,700. The Village estimates $0 in program
income will be received, and has projected a total amount of approximately $319,583 for


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available CDBG funds. Should the Village receive any program income, it will be reprocessed
as additional funds for the Village’s Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program or First Time
Homebuyer’s Program, depending on the source of the program income.

The Village does not have surplus from Urban Renewal settlements, grant funds returned to the
line of credit for which the planned use has not been included in a prior statement or plan, or
income from float-funded activities. The Village does not anticipate funding any “urgent need”
activities; however, in certain cases, such as flooding, there may be a need to tap into any
resources available in order to alleviate such emergency conditions. The Village does not
receive ESG, HOME or HOPWA funds. Additionally, the Village plans to utilize a minimum of
80% CDBG funds for low- and moderate-income residents.

MONITORING PLAN
The standards and procedures that the Village will use to monitor its CDBG resources in FY
2012 are outlined in this section. The Community Development Department’s Planning
Division primarily oversees the administration of CDBG funds received from HUD.


Fiscal Monitoring
The Village’s Finance Department is the fiscal agency for the Village. The Finance Department
has preventative internal control systems which ensure timely and accurate expenditure of
CDBG resources. Additionally, the Village is audited on an annual basis, and the CDBG
accounts are included in that audit.


Performance Reporting
The Village utilizes HUD’s Integrate Disbursement and Information Systems (IDIS) to manage
all financial and programmatic information that is generated through its CDBG program of each
fiscal year. The CAPER is used to analyze the Village’s annual activities and programs of the
Five-Year Consolidated Plan. The CAPER will include the summary of programmatic
accomplishments, resources, and the status of activities that were undertaken to implement the
priority needs established in the Five-Year Plan. Additionally, the Village will utilize HUD’s
Performance Measurement System to analyze whether the proposed activities are meeting the
established needs and goals.

Timeliness
The Village will check its timeliness ratio on a regular basis to ensure that funds are spent in a
timely manner.


MBE/WBE
The Village is incompliance with regulations requiring legitimate Minority Business Enterprises
(MBE) and Women Business Enterprises (WBE) to be included in its procurement programs.
On a bi-annual basis, the Village surveys its list of certified contractors to determine the
proportion of MBE and WBE that are included. The Village will continue to procure additional
MBE and WBE contractors during program year 2012.


Inspections
The Village has a Code Compliance Division to review Property Maintenance Code compliance
and a Building Division to review Building Code compliance. Additionally, the Building and


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Code Compliance Division assist with the Residential Rehabilitation Loan programs by
providing site inspections to insure that all work is done to Village Code.


Monitoring of Sub-Recipients (HUD’s Requirements)
The Community Development Department is responsible for creating a contract with its CDBG
sub-recipients that outlines the procedures necessary for the sub-recipients to meet all
compliance provisions required under the applicable program. The sub-recipients are monitored
based on specific objectives and performance measures that are outline din the contract. The
Village may utilize 2 methods to monitor its CDBG Sub-Recipients including quarterly status
reports and an annual site visit (if determined necessary by Staff). Additionally, the Village
will provide technical assistance to sub-recipients to ensure that the federal and local
requirements are being met.




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               APPENDIX A

              HUD SF-424 FORM



      VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG




Prepared by the Community Development Department




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                                       APPENDIX B

                                      CERTIFICATIONS



                              VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG




                        Prepared by the Community Development Department




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                                       APPENDIX C

                                      PUBLIC NOTICES



                              VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG




                        Prepared by the Community Development Department




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                                       APPENDIX C

                                PUBLIC HEARING MINUTES



                              VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG




                        Prepared by the Community Development Department




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                                       APPENDIX D

                            TABLES AND PROPOSED PROJECTS



                              VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG




                        Prepared by the Community Development Department




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 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                       OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                       (Exp. 4/30/2011)




                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Planning & Admin

Project Title
Planning & Admin

Description
This project consists of funding the administration of the CDBG program. Individual activities consist of
advertising, travel, meetings, training, subscriptions, supplies, postage and salary for the administration of the
CDBG Program.


Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing                 Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                  Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 101 Schaumburg Court
(City, State, Zip Code): Schaumburg, IL 60193

 Objective Number                     Project ID
                                                                                        Funding Sources:
                                      1
 HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                                     CDBG                           $28,279
 21A                                  570.206                                           ESG
 Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                           HOME
 Local Government                     None                                              HOPWA
 Start Date                           Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy)                      Total Formula
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                         04/30/2013                                        Prior Year Funds
 05/01/2012                                                                             Assisted Housing
 Performance Indicator                Annual Units                                      PHA
                                      N/A                                               Other Funding
 Local ID                             Units Upon Completion                             Total                          $28,279
                                      None


The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS      Persons with Disabilities   Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                        (Exp. 4/30/2011)




                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Public Services

Project Title
Access To Care

Description
The Village will contract with Suburban Primary Health Care Council, a non-profit agency, for the
administration of the Access To Care Program. Access To Care will provide discounted doctor visits, lab
services and prescription drugs fro low-income, uninsured residents.



Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 2225 Enterprise Drive, Suite 2507
(City, State, Zip Code): Westchester, IL 60154

 Objective Number                     Project ID                               Funding Sources:
 570.208(a)(2)                        2                                        CDBG                                  $5,200
 HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                            ESG
 05M Health Services                  570.201(e)                               HOME
 Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                  HOPWA
 Subrecipient Public                  LMC                                      Total Formula
 Start Date                           Completion Date                          Prior Year Funds
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                         (mm/dd/yyyy)                             Assisted Housing
 05/01/2012                           04/30/2013                               PHA
 Performance Indicator                Annual Units                             Other Funding
 06 People                            7                                        Total                                 $5,200
 Local ID                             Units Upon Completion




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities      Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                    OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                    (Exp. 4/30/2011)




                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Homeless & HIV/AIDS

Project Title
CEDA Northwest

Description
The Village will contract with CEDA Northwest, a non-profit organization, for the administration of the Housing
Intervention Programs: transitional housing, emergency housing, case management and rental assistance.




Objective category:                Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                  Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 1300 W Northwest Highway
(City, State, Zip Code): Mount Prospect, IL 60056

 Objective Number                   Project ID                                 Funding Sources:
 570.208(a)(2)                      3                                          CDBG                             $11,400
 HUD Matrix Code                    CDBG Citation                              ESG
 05 Public Services                 570.201(e)                                 HOME
 Type of Recipient                  CDBG National Objective                    HOPWA
 Subrecipient Public                LMC                                        Total Formula
 Start Date                         Completion Date                            Prior Year Funds
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                       (mm/dd/yyyy)                               Assisted Housing
 05/01/2012                         04/30/2013                                 PHA
 Performance Indicator              Annual Units                               Other Funding
 48 People                          48                                         Total                            $11,400
 Local ID                           Units Upon Completion




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS   Persons with Disabilities    Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                        (Exp. 4/30/2011)




                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects


Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Youth Programs

Project Title
Children’s Advocacy Center

Description
The Village will contract with Children’s Advocacy Center for North and Northwest Cook County, a non-profit
agency. This organization administers the Safe From the Start Program. Safe From the Start counsels children
under age 5 who have been exposed to violence.



Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide

(Street Address): 640 Illinois Boulevard
(City, State, Zip Code): Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

 Objective Number                     Project ID                               Funding Sources:
 570.208(a)(2)                        4                                        CDBG                                  $2,300
 HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                            ESG
 05D Youth Services                   570.201(e)                               HOME
 Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                  HOPWA
 Subrecipient Public                  LMC                                      Total Formula
 Start Date                           Completion Date                          Prior Year Funds
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                         (mm/dd/yyyy)                             Assisted Housing
 05/01/2012                           04/30/2013                               PHA
 Performance Indicator                Annual Units                             Other Funding
 13 People                            13                                       Total                                 $2,300
                                      Units Upon Completion




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities      Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                        (Exp. 4/30/2011)




                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Youth Programs

Project Title
Children’s Home & Aid

Description
The Village will contract with Children’s Home & Aid (CHASI), a non-profit organization, for the
administration of a subsidized, comprehensive child day care program for low- and moderate-income residents.
The center offers assistance 5 days per week from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.



Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 721 S. Quentin Road
(City, State, Zip Code): Palatine, IL 60067

 Objective Number                     Project ID                               Funding Sources:
 570.208(a)(2)                        5                                        CDBG                                  $7,800
 HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                            ESG
 05L Child Care                       570.201(e)                               HOME
 Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                  HOPWA
 Subrecipient Public                  LMC                                      Total Formula
 Start Date                           Completion Date                          Prior Year Funds
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                         (mm/dd/yyyy)                             Assisted Housing
 05/01/2012                           04/30/2013                               PHA
 Performance Indicator                Annual Units                             Other Funding
 10 People                            10                                       Total                                 $7,800
 Local ID                             Units Upon Completion




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities      Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                        (Exp. 4/30/2011)




                                                             Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects


Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Employment training for disabled individuals

Project Title
Countryside Association

Description
The Village will contract with the Countryside Association, a non-profit organization, for the administration of a
training program and development to people with disabilities.



Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 21154 W. Shirley Road
(City, State, Zip Code): Palatine, IL 60074

 Objective Number                     Project ID                               Funding Sources:
 570.208(a)(2)                        6                                        CDBG                                  $1,500
 HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                            ESG
 05A Senior Services                  570.201(e)                               HOME
 Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                  HOPWA
 Subrecipient Public                  LMC                                      Total Formula
 Start Date                           Completion Date                          Prior Year Funds
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                         (mm/dd/yyyy)                             Assisted Housing
 05/01/2012                           04/30/2013                               PHA
 Performance Indicator                Annual Units                             Other Funding
 5 People                             5                                        Total                                 $1,500
 Local ID                             Units Upon Completion




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities      Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                    OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                       (Exp. 4/30/2011)




                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Homeless & HIV/AIDS

Project Title
Fellowship Housing Corporation

Description
The Village will contract with Fellowship Housing Corporation (FHC), a non-profit organization, for the
administration of a transitional housing program for women and children. This program provides housing
subsidies and intensive casework.


Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing              Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability               Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 2060 Stonington, Suite 200
(City, State, Zip Code): Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

 Objective Number                     Project ID                               Funding Sources:
 570.208(a)(2)                        7                                        CDBG                                 $3,900
 HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                            ESG
 05 Public Services                   570.201(e)                               HOME
 Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                  HOPWA
 Subrecipient Public                  LMC                                      Total Formula
 Start Date                           Completion Date                          Prior Year Funds
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                         (mm/dd/yyyy)                             Assisted Housing
 05/01/2012                           04/30/2013                               PHA
 Performance Indicator                Annual Units                             Other Funding
 13 People                            13                                       Total                                $3,900
 Local ID                             Units Upon Completion




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS   Persons with Disabilities      Public Housing Needs
  U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                    OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
  and Urban Development                                                                                                      (Exp. 4/30/2011)




                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Homeless & HIV/AIDS

Project Title
Journeys from PADS to HOPE

Description
The Village will contract with Journeys from PADS to HOPE, a non-profit organization, for the administration of
the HOPE center. Journeys provides extensive support and referral services to homeless persons and their
families.

Objective category:                  Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing              Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                    Availability/Accessibility          Affordability               Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 1140 E Northwest Highway
(City, State, Zip Code): Palatine, IL 60074

  Objective Number                     Project ID
  570.208(a)(2)                        8                                        Funding Sources:
  HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                            CDBG                                $5,500
  05 General                           570.201(e)                               ESG
  Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                  HOME
  Subrecipient Public                  LMC                                      HOPWA
  Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy)              Completion Date                          Total Formula
  05/01/2012                           (mm/dd/yyyy)                             Prior Year Funds
                                       04/30/2013                               Assisted Housing
  Performance Indicator                Annual Units                             PHA
  28 People                            28                                       Other Funding
  Local ID                             Units Upon Completion                    Total                               $5,500




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS   Persons with Disabilities     Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                       OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                       (Exp. 4/30/2012)



                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Special Needs/Non-Homeless

Project Title
Resources for Community Living

Description
The Village will contract with Resources for Community Living (RCL), a non-profit organization for the
administration of a Shared Housing Program for special populations. Individuals with disabilities are matched
with community residents to share housing expenses.


Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing                 Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                  Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 4300 Lincoln Avenue, Suite K
(City, State, Zip Code): Rolling Meadows, IL 60008


 Objective Number                     Project ID
 570.208(a)(2)                        9                                                 Funding Sources:
 HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                                     CDBG                           $1,500
 05 Public Services                   570.201                                           ESG
 Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                           HOME
 Local Government                     None                                              HOPWA
 Start Date                           Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy)                      Total Formula
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                         04/30/2012                                        Prior Year Funds
 05/01/2012                                                                             Assisted Housing
 Performance Indicator                Annual Units                                      PHA
 3 People                             3
                                                                                        Other Funding
 Local ID                             Units Upon Completion
                                                                                        Total                          $1,500
                                      None


The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS      Persons with Disabilities   Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                     (Exp. 4/30/2012)


                                                             Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Homeless & HIV/AIDS

Project Title
WINGS

Description
The Village will contract with Women In Need Growing Strong (WINGS), a non-profit organization, for the
administration of a comprehensive homeless assistance program for women and children, especially those who
are victims of domestic violence.


Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): PO Box 95615
(City, State, Zip Code): Schaumburg, IL 60095

 Objective Number                     Project ID                  Funding Sources:
 570.208(a)(2)                        10                          CDBG                         $3,700
 HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation               ESG
 05G Battered/Abused                  570.201(e)                  HOME
 Type of Recipient                    CDBG National               HOPWA
 Subrecipient Public                  Objective                   Total Formula
                                      LMC                         Prior Year Funds
 Start Date                           Completion Date             Assisted Housing
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                         (mm/dd/yyyy)                PHA
 05/01/2012                           04/30/2013                  Other Funding
 Performance Indicator                Annual Units                Total                        $3,700
 7 People                             7
 Local ID                             Units Upon
                                      Completion


The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities   Public Housing Needs
 U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
 and Urban Development                                                                                                     (Exp. 4/30/2012)


                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Youth Programs

Project Title
YMCA

Description
The Village will contract with the Alfred Campanelli YMCA a non-profit organization, for the administration of
a subsidized, comprehensive child day care program for low- and moderate-income residents. The center offers
child care programs before and afterschool, preschool and after kindergarten care, and summer day camp.


Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 300 W. Wise Road
(City, State, Zip Code): Schaumburg, IL 60193

 Objective Number                  Project ID
                                                                           Funding Sources:
 570.208(a)(2)                     11
 HUD Matrix Code                   CDBG Citation                           CDBG                           $3,200
 05L Child Care                    570.201(e)                              ESG
 Type of Recipient                 CDBG National Objective                 HOME
 Subrecipient Public               LMC                                     HOPWA
 Start Date                        Completion Date                         Total Formula
 (mm/dd/yyyy)                      (mm/dd/yyyy)                            Prior Year Funds
 05/01/2012                        04/30/2013                              Assisted Housing
 Performance Indicator             Annual Units                            PHA
 10 People                         10                                      Other Funding
 Local ID                          Units Upon Completion                   Total                          $3,200
 08-2i



The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities   Public Housing Needs
  U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
  and Urban Development                                                                                                     (Exp. 4/30/2012)
                                                               Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Housing

Project Title
Homebuyer’s Assistance

Description
The Village will offer a First Time Homebuyer’s Program, which will provide a maximum of $10,000 in the form
of a deferred, interest-free, forgivable loan. The loan will be used to assist with down payments and closing costs.


Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 101 Schaumburg Court
(City, State, Zip Code): Schaumburg, IL 60193

  Objective Number                     Project ID
                                                                                   Funding Sources:
  570.208(a)(2)                        12
                                                                                   CDBG                              $70,304
  HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation
  13 Homeownership                     570.201(n)                                  ESG
  Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                     HOME
  Local Government                     LMH                                         HOPWA
  Start Date                           Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy)                Total Formula
  (mm/dd/yyyy)                         04/30/2012                                  Prior Year Funds
  05/01/2012                                                                       Assisted Housing
  Performance Indicator                Annual Units                                PHA
  04 Households                        7                                           Other Funding
  Local ID                             Units Upon Completion                       Total                             $70,304




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities    Public Housing Needs
  U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
  and Urban Development                                                                                                     (Exp. 4/30/2012)


                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Housing

Project Title
Residential Rehab Program

Description
The Village will continue to offer a housing rehabilitation loan program. Deferred loans up to $25,000 are
provided to eligible homeowner to correct code violations, make weatherization improvements and meet housing
quality standards.


Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 101 Schaumburg Court
(City, State, Zip Code): Schaumburg, IL 60193

  Objective Number                     Project ID
  570.208(a)(2)                        13                                          Funding Sources:
  HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                               CDBG                              $100,000
  14A Rehab–Single Unit                570.202                                     ESG
  Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                     HOME
  Local Government                     LMH                                         HOPWA
  Start Date                           Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy)                Total Formula
  (mm/dd/yyyy)                         04/30/2012                                  Prior Year Funds
  05/01/2012                                                                       Assisted Housing
  Performance Indicator                Annual Units                                PHA
  10 Housing Units                     4                                           Other Funding
  Local ID                             Units Upon Completion                       Total                             $100,000




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities    Public Housing Needs
  U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
  and Urban Development                                                                                                     (Exp. 4/30/2012)




                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Administration

Project Title
Residential Rehab Program Administration

Description
The Village will contract with Northwest Housing Partnership to administer the Residential Rehab Program,
including review of applications and project management. Deferred loans up to $25,000 are provided to eligible
homeowner to correct code violations, make weatherization improvements and meet housing quality standards.


Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): 101 Schaumburg Court
(City, State, Zip Code): Schaumburg, IL 60193

  Objective Number                     Project ID
  570.208(a)(2)                        14                                          Funding Sources:
  HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                               CDBG                              $15,000
                                       570.206                                     ESG
  Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                     HOME
  Subrecipient                         N/A                                         HOPWA
  Start Date                           Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy)                Total Formula
  (mm/dd/yyyy)                         04/30/2012                                  Prior Year Funds
  05/01/2012                                                                       Assisted Housing
  Performance Indicator                Annual Units                                PHA
  N/A                                  N/A                                         Other Funding
  Local ID                             Units Upon Completion                       Total                             $15,000




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities    Public Housing Needs
                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Economic Development

Project Title
Façade Improvements

Description
The Village will seek to assist owners of properties within the Spectrum Industrial Park for façade improvements.
A max of $10,000 per project will be provided to the owner as a grant upon completion of work.
Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Spectrum Industrial Park


(Street Address): 725 E. Schaumburg Road
(City, State, Zip Code): Schaumburg, IL 60193

  Objective Number                     Project ID                                  Funding Sources:
  570.208(a)(2)                        15                                          CDBG                              $30,000
  HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                               ESG
  03M Child Care Center                570.201 (c)                                 HOME
  Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                     HOPWA
  Subrecipient Public                  LMC                                         Total Formula
  Start Date                           Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy)                Prior Year Funds
  (mm/dd/yyyy)                         04/30/2012                                  Assisted Housing
  05/01/2012                                                                       PHA
  Performance Indicator                Annual Units                                Other Funding
  11 Facilities                        3                                           Total                             $30,000
  Local ID                             Units Upon Completion




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities   Public Housing Needs




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  U.S. Department of Housing                                                                                     OMB Approval No. 2506-0117
  and Urban Development                                                                                                     (Exp. 4/30/2012)
                                                              Table 3C
                                                 Consolidated Plan Listing of Projects

Jurisdiction’s Name
Village of Schaumburg

Priority Need
Economic Development

Project Title
Microenterprise Loan Program

Description
Funds will be used to provide small business loans to microenterprise businesses, which are organizations that
consist of 5 employees or less, including the owner. A max of $10,000/business will be provided to help with
training and business expansion, resulting in the creation of jobs.
Objective category:                 Suitable Living Environment         Decent Housing               Economic Opportunity
Outcome category:                   Availability/Accessibility          Affordability                Sustainability

Location/Target Area
Community Wide


(Street Address): By Application
(City, State, Zip Code): Schaumburg, IL 60193

  Objective Number                     Project ID                                  Funding Sources:
  570.208(a)(2)                        16                                          CDBG                              $30,000
  HUD Matrix Code                      CDBG Citation                               ESG
  03                                   570.201 (c)                                 HOME
  Type of Recipient                    CDBG National Objective                     HOPWA
  Subrecipient Public                  LMC                                         Total Formula
  Start Date                           Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy)                Prior Year Funds
  (mm/dd/yyyy)                         04/30/2012                                  Assisted Housing
  05/01/2012                                                                       PHA
  Performance Indicator                Annual Units                                Other Funding
  11 Facilities                        3                                           Total                             $30,000
  Local ID                             Units Upon Completion




The primary purpose of the project is to help:   the Homeless   Persons with HIV/AIDS    Persons with Disabilities    Public Housing Needs
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