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									2009 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report
                      (CAPER)




                  Douglas County
     Community Development Block Grant Program
            August 1, 2009 - July 31, 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ………………………………………………………………………………………………                         1
             FIGURE 1: PARTICIPATING JURISDICTIONS IN THE CDBG PROGRAM………...   2

GENERAL ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………                           3
             TABLE 1: CONSOLIDATED PLAN OBJECTIVES.………………………………………           4
      ASSESSMENT OF ONE-YEAR GOALS AND OBJECTIVES ……………………………………… 5
      PROJECT OVERVIEW AND ASSESSMENT …………………………………………………………… 6
             TABLE 2: 2009 FUNDING ALLOCATIONS .…………………………………………… 7
             FIGURE 2:LOCATIONS OF ACTIVE PROJECTS ……………………………………….. 8
      2009 PROGRAM YEAR ACCOMPLISHMENTS ……………………………………………………… 9
      PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS …………………………………………………………………… 36
             TABLE 3: PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS…………………………………………… 33
      AFFIRMATIVELY FURTHERING FAIR HOUSING …………………………………………………… 43
             TABLE 4: IMPEDIMENTS ADDRESSED……………………………………………………. 44
             FIGURE 3: SURVEY QUESTION ……………………………………………………………. 49
             FIGURE 4: SURVEY QUESTION ……………………………………………………………. 50
      ACTIONS ADDRESSING OBSTACLES TO MEETING UNDERSERVED NEEDS ……………… 52
             HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT ……………………………………………………………. 53
             FIGURE 5: SHARE OF COST-BURDENED HOUSEHOLDS ……………………………. 54
             OTHER ACTIONS MEETING UNDERSERVED NEEDS ………………………………….. 55
      LEVERAGING RESOURCES……………………………………………………………………………… 57
             TABLE 5: LEVERAGING OF CDBG-R FUNDS ………………………………………… 57
             TABLE 6: LEVERAGING OF CDBG-R FUNDS ………………………………………… 58
      MANAGING THE CDBG PROCESS …………………………………………………………………… 59
             CITIZEN PARTICIPATION ………………………………………………………………… 61
             FIGURE 6: LEGAL NOTICE ………………………………………………………………….. 62
      INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE ………….……………………………………………………………… 63
      MONITORING ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 64
             TABLE 7: 2009 RISK ASSESSMENT RESULTS ………………………………………… 67
      SELF EVALUATION ………………………………………………………………………………………… 68
             TABLE 8: FUNDING SPENT BY PROGRAM YEAR ………………………………………. 68
             FISCAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2009 ………………………………………………….. 69
             STIMULUS FUNDING ………………...………………………………………………………. 69
             TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE …………..………………………………………………………. 70
      LEAD-BASED PAINT ……………………………………………………………………………………… 73
             FIGURE 7: LOCATIONS OF HOUSING STOCK BUILT PRIOR TO 1978………….. 74


HOUSING ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 75

       FOSTER & MAINTAIN AFFORDABLE HOUSING …………………………………………………… 75
              FIGURE 8: COUNTY-WIDE FORECLOSURE FILINGS FOR 2009………………….. 76
       SPECIFIC HOUSING OBJECTIVES …………………………………………………………………… 78
              HOUSING COSTS: A CHALLENGE FOR THE AVERAGE WORKER …………………... 78
              DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE …………………………………………………………….. 78
              PUBLIC HOUSING STRATEGY .…………………………………………………………… 79
              BARRIERS TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING ………………………………………………… 79
HOMELESS ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 80

     CONTINUUM OF CARE STRATEGY …………………………………………………………………… 80
     SPECIFIC HOMELESS PREVENTION ELEMENTS…………………………………………………… 84

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ……………………………………………………………………………………… 86

     ASSESSMENT OF CONSOLIDATED PLAN GOALS & OBJECTIVES ……………………………   86
           TABLE 9: PRIORITY NEEDS OF 2009 PROGRAM YEAR ……………………………   86
           CHANGES IN PROGRAM OBJECTIVES ………………………………………………..…        86
           EFFORTS IN CARRYING OUT PLANNED ACTIONS ..…………………………………    86
           FUNDS NOT USED FOR NATIONAL OBJECTIVES .……………………………………     87
           ANTI-DISPLACEMENT AND RELOCATION ………………………………………………        87
           LOW/MOD JOB ACTIVITIES …………………………………………………………………           87
           LOW/MOD LIMITED CLIENTELE ACTIVITIES ….………………………………………     87
           PROGRAM INCOME ……………………………………………………………………………               88
           PRIOR PERIOD ADJUSTMENTS ……………………………………………………………           88
           LOANS AND OTHER RECEIVABLES ………………………………………………………          88
           LUMP SUM AGREEMENTS ….………………………………………………………………             88
           HOUSING REHABILITATION ………………………………………………………………            88
           NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION STRATEGIES ……………………………………      88
           ANTIPOVERTY STRATEGY …….……………………………………………………………            89

NON-HOMELESS SPECIAL NEEDS ……………………………………………………………………………… 90

     DISABLED RESIDENTS ………..………………………………………………………………………. 90
     ELDERLY RESIDENTS ………..………………………………………………………………………… 91
     FRAIL ELDERLY RESIDENTS ……….……………………………………………………………….. 92
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is an opportunity for
Douglas County to share with residents our accomplishments in the 2009 Community
Development Block Grant (CDBG) program year. This report describes and evaluates the
accomplishment data for each activity and demonstrates the effectiveness in meeting the
needs of low- and moderate-income residents of Douglas County. It is also required by the
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as a year-end report on the
projects, activities and funds provided by the Federal government through the CDBG
program.

As a qualified Urban County with the CDBG Program, Douglas County, in cooperation with
the Towns of Castle Rock, Parker, and Larkspur, and the Cities of Lone Tree and Castle
Pines North, is considered an entitlement community, and receives annual CDBG funding.
A map of Douglas County showing these participating jurisdictions is on the following page.
These funds can be used to benefit low- and moderate-income residents of the County
through activities related to housing, public services, public facilities, economic
development, infrastructure, and property improvements. During the 2009 program year,
Douglas County received an allocation of $816,463 in CDBG funding. An additional one-
time allotment of $215,625 was infused into the County as a result of the stimulus package
known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). As of the date of this
CAPER submittal, $304,622 or 38%, of the 2009 annual allocation had been expended. In
addition, $911,149 from grant years 2006, 2007, and 2008 have been drawn down for a total
of $1,215,771 expended in the 2009 program year.

During an on-site monitoring by HUD in April of 2008, timeliness in spending funds was
noted as a concern. In order to meet HUD’s timeliness requirements, County staff initiated a
work-out plan, which included reallocating unspent funds to high-performing Subgrantees
and creating an assessment tool to monitor the risk of Subgrantees not spending their funds
within the program year. The County’s CDBG program has been able to maintain
compliance with timeliness requirements. Staff will continue to work with our Subgrantees to
ensure the program continues to meet or exceed HUDs timeliness requirements.

In addition to timeliness issues, staff’s focus for 2009 was affirmatively furthering fair
housing. A Fair Housing Forum was hosted in partnership with Arapahoe County staff to
provide educational opportunities to people in the housing industry, including renters,
homebuyers, real estate professionals, Home Owners Associations, property managers and
government employees. The goal was to help the targeted groups understand their rights
and responsibilities under the Fair Housing Act. A variety of fair housing topics were
covered through workshops, presentations and resource tables available at the event.

Staff recorded accomplishment data for this reporting period in the Integrated Disbursement
and Information System (IDIS), a computer-based financial system used by entitlement
communities to report their progress to HUD. Reports generated in IDIS summarize
accomplishments and performance information. This information is included at the end of
this report in Appendix J.




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Figure 1
Douglas County Jurisdictions that Participate in the CDBG Program




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GENERAL

INTRODUCTION

In 2002, the County met the population threshold to qualify as an entitlement community and
apply for CDBG funding. In order to continue to qualify as an Urban County, Douglas
County prepared the 2009-2013 Housing and Community Development Plan (Consolidated
Plan) which outlined housing and community development strategies to be addressed over
a five-year period. The Consolidated Plan functions as the County’s long-range plan for the
use of future CDBG funding, and addresses the needs of the at-risk population in the
County, defined as residents whose household income doesn’t adequately allow them to
maintain self-sufficiency. The initial strategies outlined in the five-year plan were intended to
help move the at-risk population toward self-sufficiency.

The 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan identifies six priority needs for the low- and moderate-
income population: housing, public services, public facilities, economic development,
infrastructure, and property improvements. In addition, staff identified eleven objectives to
address these priority needs. The objectives are listed in Table 1 on the following page.
Prospective activities using CDBG funding must address one of these six priority needs in
order to qualify for funding.

Each year the County prepares an Annual Action Plan that defines the specific activities to
be undertaken during the upcoming program year. The projects identified in the 2009
Annual Action Plan each address a priority need established in the 2009-2013 Consolidated
Plan. This CAPER will be the first annual report under the 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan.
The map on page 8 shows the location of the active projects during the 2009 program year
and where assistance was provided throughout the County with the funds expended.

The Douglas County allocation for 2009 was $816,463. In addition, $215,625 was awarded
to Douglas County as a one-time allocation under the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act. Even though the funds were awarded to Douglas County projects during
the 2009 program year, the funding source was from the 2008 program year.            The
additional allocation was awarded to the Shared Equity Program (SEP) for $100,625 and the
Sedalia Water and Sanitation District for $115,000.




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Table 1 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan Objectives

 Objective:                                                          Addresses Priority
                                                                     Need of:

 Maintain and develop quality affordable housing for low- and        Housing
 moderate-income owners and renters.


 Increase the support for transitional housing facilities to serve   Housing
 Douglas County residents.


 Increase the range of affordable housing opportunities for          Housing
 special needs populations.


 Provide assistance to meet or supplement basic needs for            Public Service
 income-qualified and special populations.


 Increase services available for elderly and special needs           Public Service
 populations to support self-sufficiency.


 Ensure access to adequate transportation options that are           Public Service
 affordable to the low- and moderate-income resident.


 Increase capacity of non-profit organizations by expanding their Pubic Facilities
 facilities and thereby their ability to deliver quality services to
 income-qualified residents.


 Help local businesses grow and prosper and link them to             Economic Development
 regional customers.


 Increase or retain the number of jobs available to low- and         Economic Development
 moderate-income residents.


 Provide leveraged funds for public infrastructure improvements      Infrastructure
 such as water and sewer, drainage, accessibility modifications,
 sidewalks, and road paving in CDBG eligible areas.


 Encourage the rehabilitation and improvement of currently           Property Improvements
 affordable housing stock to maintain a safe, energy efficient
 Living environment.




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ASSESSMENT OF ONE-YEAR GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

At the end of each program year, the County evaluates progress made in meeting its
objectives through these programs and activities, and summarizes the use of funds during
the program year. The County presents the information to its citizens in the form of this
CAPER as a year-end report.

The Community Planning and Sustainable Development Department oversees the Douglas
County CDBG program, working to ensure that funds are used in accordance with all
program requirements. Table 2 on page 7 lists the 2009 projects addressing the priority
needs identified in the Consolidated Plan. The narratives beginning on page 9 elaborate on
the accomplishments and list the objectives addressed by the active projects in the 2009
program year.

Douglas County has continued to develop a strong CDBG program through its commitment
to building solid partnerships. Through this program staff has worked to cultivate a
collaborative relationship between HUD, County staff, adjacent local government
representatives, the Douglas County Housing Partnership (a multi-jurisdictional housing
authority serving Douglas County residents) and non-profit organizations, in order to provide
quality service and programs to the low- and moderate-income residents of the County.
Douglas County continues to partner with Arapahoe County to build on our commitment to
affirmatively further fair housing. A major educational opportunity was made available to the
pubic through a Fair Housing Forum, organized and promoted for all aspects of the housing
industry and the general public. A new event in the planning stages this year is a Funding
Forum which we believe will help strengthen partnerships and help potential applicants and
Subgrantees build their organization’s capacity, and stretch limited funding dollars further.
These partnerships have enabled staff to successfully carry out activities using Douglas
County CDBG funds, and provide education to County residents regarding HUDs goals and
the County’s priorities for CDBG funding.

As the administrator of the CDBG grant, Douglas County recognizes the importance of
providing a high level of technical assistance to our Subgrantees. During the 2009 program
year, County staff provided several training opportunities for Subgrantees, such as hosting
an Application Workshop, held in December of 2009. Staff developed a CDBG desk
reference for the workshop to help provide easy access to forms and documents. A new
instructional sheet was provided to potential applicants as a guide to completing the
application and assembling the support documents required with the application for funding.
The forms are also available on the County’s CDBG website. In addition, County staff also
hosted a Project Manager Training Session in December of 2009. These training
opportunities were available to current and prospective Subgrantees. During these training
opportunities, staff explains the Fair Housing Act and the importance of incorporating fair
housing information and working to affirmatively further fair housing through their federally
funded grants. Staff also emails and talks regularly with Subgrantees who have active
projects and is available for individual questions and concerns on a daily basis from
prospective applicants and citizens of the County.




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PROJECT OVERVIEW AND ASSESSMENT

Table 2 lists the organizations allocated CDBG funding in 2009. In addition to the programs
and projects funded in 2009, many more were active. The map on page 8 (Figure 2)
illustrates the locations of active programs and projects in 2009, including those that fully
expended funds and were closed in IDIS. This report also includes testimonials from clients
or participants benefiting from these funds. In addition, project narratives are provided to
describe progress made during the 2009 program year, including any success or difficulties
they encountered along the way. CDBG staff evaluated each activity and program through
a desk audit using a risk assessment tool to determine each organization’s potential risk for
non-compliance with HUD regulations. Any project with a high risk score received an on-site
monitoring from CDBG staff. A full explanation of the monitoring and risk assessment
process begins on page 64.




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Table 2 2009 Funding Allocations

Activity                     Organization                           Allocation

Home Ownership Program       Douglas County Housing Partnership     $197,000


Senior Housing Program       Brother’s Redevelopment                $100,000


Housing Rehabilitation for   Rebuilding Together Metro Denver       $34,000
Seniors and Disabled


Emergency                    Douglas/Elbert Task Force              $25,000
Rent Assistance


Emergency                    Douglas/Elbert Task Force              $10,000
Overnight Lodging


WrapArounD Facilitator       Douglas County Youth Initiative        $45,000


Emergency                    Douglas County Human Services          $10,000
Mortgage Assistance          Department


Transitional Group Home      Griffith Centers for Children          $15,000
Facility Improvements


Therapeutic Counselor        Women’s Crisis and Family              $14,000
                             Outreach Center


Water Filtration             Sedalia Water & Sanitation District    $235,000
Improvements


Grant Administration         Douglas County Community Planning      $135,000
                             & Sustainable Development Department




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Figure 2
Locations of Active Projects during the 2009 Program Year




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2009 PROGRAM YEAR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Douglas County Community Planning And Sustainable Development
2006 Minor Home Repair Program (formerly Single-Family Housing Rehabilitation)

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Provide minor rehabilitation and emergency repair of housing stock within the County
       to restore units to a safe and habitable condition

This County-run program provides minor home repairs to single-family homes in need of
repairs for income-qualified residents. To date, the repairs have been primarily within the
Town of Larkspur. The CDBG funds were approved and allocated during the 2006 program
year. Implementation was delayed due to the time needed to organize and set up the
program, design an outreach program for contractors, and invite homeowners to participate
in the program.

The program was allocated $130,300, with a budget of $5,000 for each home. The focus of
the program is to replace necessities such as a furnace, windows and doors, roof and siding
repairs and paint. Applications from twenty-one homeowners have been received for the
Minor Home Repair Program, with most of the requests concentrated in a mobile home park
in Larkspur. Work has been completed on fourteen homes, and a new bid is being prepared
to complete minor home repairs on six additional homes. A handwritten homeowner
testimonial is included as Appendix E. An invitation to bid is expected to be sent to qualified
contractors in November 2010, and the work is expected to be completed within three
months. This will be the final bid, as all the funds are expected to be spent and the project
will be closed.

Due to staff turn over in the Planning Division, CDBG staff now administers this program and
is highly involved in every aspect of the program on a daily basis. Douglas County CDBG
staff monitored the program for compliance with Federal regulations associated with the
CDBG program, on September 10, 2010, using the risk assessment tool. The assessment
score was 55 out of 165, as compared to a score of 75 in the 2008 program year. Staff has
determined that the steps taken over the previous 18-months to ensure the programs
functionality and meeting timeliness requirements are proving successful. In addition to
CDBG staff involvement, the program will be monitored as a part of the Douglas County
Single Audit (A-133) on a regular basis. The program will also be reviewed by HUD
representatives as part of the next Douglas County CDBG program monitoring.




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Castle Rock Senior Center (CRSC)
   • 2006 Wellness Program

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Promote the expansion of non-profit organizations serving income-qualified residents
       of the County

The Castle Rock Senior Center’s (CRSC) mission is to provide educational, social, healthful,
and recreational programs. The Center also assists in providing for the transportation needs
of seniors and disabled Douglas County residents, primarily age 50 and over. There are
approximately 800 members of the Center. Membership is down from previous years, which
staff attributes to a necessary increase in fees. Services and activities are available to
seniors and disabled persons in the area, and their visiting family members. In addition, the
Center partners with the Volunteers of America to provide hot, nutritious meals on-site, and
serves as the distribution site for the Meals-On-Wheels program for Douglas County. The
Visiting Nurses Association holds twice-monthly nursing clinics at the Center. During these
clinics seniors can receive assistance with foot and nail care, cholesterol and diabetes
testing and management, and other health-related services.




2006 Wellness Program

Funds were allocated during the 2006 program year to implement a Wellness Program for
the seniors of Douglas County. For this project the CRSC partners with healthcare
professionals who provide health services to seniors, such as chair massage and Laughter
Yoga at a reduced rate. CDBG supplements the fees required to participate in these
programs. Some highlights of the Wellness Program are the Health Fair and Lunch and
Learn sessions. The Senior Center holds monthly Lunch and Learn sessions where seniors
learn about a variety of health modalities and trends. They also participate in such activities
as walking, hiking, biking, softball, golf, skiing, bowling and tennis, which allow seniors the
opportunity to take advantage of the local park system, the local business scene, and
improve their health through exercise.          During the 2009 program year, the Scope of
Services was expanded to maximize the use of grant funds in a timely manner. A
therapeutic art class was added to the programs offered and low-income clients were
provided with winter survival flu-kits to assist them with nutrition and supplies should they
become ill.



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This program provides a valuable contribution to seniors’ health and well-being, as many
would otherwise not be able to afford these services. The Wellness Program is helping
seniors increase their mobility and flexibility, along with providing education for treating
arthritis and other age-related diseases, allowing seniors to remain active in the community,
and be more healthy and self-sufficient. Programs such as this that support self-sufficiency
also affirmatively further fair housing by allowing senior residents to be integrated into and
active in their community. In addition, this project promotes independent living for seniors
allowing them to remain in their own homes, which in turn supports a more balanced living
pattern in Douglas County.

The 2009 risk assessment score was a 30, and the project was completed in April of 2010.
This is a marked improvement over the 2008 assessment, during which the Wellness
Program scored an 86 out of 165. While the project was slow to be implemented in 2008, all
program requirements have now been met. The total number of seniors benefiting from this
programming in 2009 was 117.

CRSC Participant Testimonial: From Karen, Member & Volunteer:

       “Without the Senior Center, my move to Colorado after living in New Jersey for 64
       years would have been quite traumatic. After hearing about the many activities
       and services they provide, I checked it out and joined. Since that time I have met
       many interesting and friendly ‘young at heart’ members. The staff has been very
       caring and attentive to all. It is a pleasant environment to visit and get involved in
       the assortment of tours, craft projects, games, dining experiences and cultural
       events. One of the special reasons I love coming here is meeting others with
       similar interests to interact with outside of the Senior Center, too. It has been my
       social and emotional lifeline.”




Douglas County Human Services Department
2007 Volunteer Coordinator for the Neighbor Network Program

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •    Promote the expansion of non-profit organizations serving income-qualified residents
        of the County

The Neighbor Network program was developed by the Douglas County Department of
Human Services to provide a network of community volunteers to provide supportive
assistance to seniors, persons with disabilities and others in need. The goal is to help them
sustain a positive quality of life, while remaining in their homes as contributing members of
the Douglas County community. This program enables the participants to maintain self-
sufficiency by living in their own homes with minor assistance. They remain integrated in the
community and avoid the expense and life-disruption of institutionalized care.

The program provided 1,920 rides through the life of this grant. Disabled adults accounted
for 194 of those rides. Volunteers provide services that ensure elderly and disabled
residents have access to medical and nutritional services by providing transportation to
medical and dental appointments and trips to the grocery store. Volunteers also provide in-


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home support for individuals who are home bound, case aide services to adult protection
clients, and minor chore service. Adult protection clients received 464 hours of volunteer
services, veterans received 122 hours of volunteer services, and the home bound elderly
and disabled received 1,352 hours of volunteer services through this effort.

This project was monitored for compliance with Federal regulations associated with the
CDBG program by Douglas County staff on September 9, 2010, using the risk assessment
tool. The results of this assessment indicated that the project was medium risk with a total
score of 40 out of a possible 165 points. Although this program received a medium risk
assessment score, it did not require an on-site monitoring visit from Douglas County CDBG
staff. The funds were 100% spent down during the 2009 program year.


Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network (ADMHN)
2007 Psychiatric Services for Children

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Promote the expansion of non-profit organizations serving income-qualified residents
       of the County

Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network provides Psychiatric Services for uninsured and
underinsured low- to moderate-income residents of Douglas County. Residents are referred
to ADMHN from several sources, including the Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center
(WCFOC), Second Wind, and the Douglas County School District. The WCFOC refers
children who are victims of domestic violence. Second Wind is a Colorado nonprofit whose
mission is to decrease the incidence of teen suicide by removing financial barriers to
treatment for uninsured or underinsured youth. Students, who are in crisis and at risk for
suicide are identified by school counselors and referred to ADMHN for treatment. There are
also families who need assistance for children with mental illness or emotional distress, who
are not referred by one of these programs, but who have low-incomes and no health
insurance. These children receive treatment as needed, determined on a case-by-case
basis.

The extent of the local need in our community is evident in the growing requests for mental
healthcare services through ADMHN. To best respond to clients need for services, ADMHN
moved their Castle Rock and Parker clinics into new and expanded offices. They have
doubled the amount of time child psychiatrists are available and increased support staff in
these new locations. Low-and moderate-income clients are particularly well served by the
free and low-cost educational programs offered through ADMHN, such as stress
management, navigating the mental health care system, and coping with separation and
divorce.

There was a significant delay in spending the grant allocation from the 2007 program year.
The State of Colorado changed the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) to include
additional children under the State’s health care program. The organization’s expectation of
the number of children from low-to moderate-income families in need of ADMHN’s services
was reduced for this population. For this reason, ADMHN staff requested the Scope of
Services be expanded to include adolescents and adults in addition to children. CDBG staff
approved this request and the contract was amended on April 7, 2008. This project
received a $28,000 grant in the 2007 program year, and has expended 100% of program


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funds. During the 2009 program year, 33 income-qualified clients benefited from these
funds. Over the life of the grant, 225 mental health services were provided, which represent
216 actual hours of service to these clients.

County staff monitored the program for compliance with Federal regulations associated with
the CDBG program on September 9, 2010. Staff used the risk assessment tool and
determined the project was a medium risk with a total score of 37 out of a possible 165
points. As all obligations have been met and no issues were identified to be addressed, the
program did not require an on-site monitoring visit from Douglas County CDBG staff.




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Parker Senior Center
2007 Communication and Landscaping Upgrades to the Senior Center

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Promote the expansion of non-profit organizations serving income-Qualified
       residents of the County

The Parker Senior Center has operated continuously at its present address since 1985. The
building has been expanded and the main floor has been refurbished over the years.
According to a survey of the Center’s membership, 81% of the seniors utilizing the services
of the Center were 65 or over, and 19% were under 65. The ethnicity of those individuals
was 6% Hispanic and 97% other. Eighty-six percent live in income qualified households,
broken down as follows: 42% extremely low-income, 22% low-income and 22% moderate-
income.

The Senior Center was awarded $11,275 to renovate the basement and make repairs to
their facility in 2007. Due to an unexpected change in scope required by HUD, the Center
requested to use the grant to upgrade their telecommunication system and make landscape
improvements. The telephone system and wiring was old, defective, and replacement parts
were no longer available. A new telephone system was essential for the Center to continue
to provide services to Parker area seniors. In addition, the Center uses over 120,000
gallons of water at a cost of approximately $500 each summer for watering its landscaping.
This is in addition to the hundreds of hours of volunteer work in mowing and maintaining the
predominately bluegrass sod. In view of anticipated increases in the cost and scarcity of
water, the center choose to use the remaining CDBG funding to convert their existing
landscaping to xeric. The telecommunications system was installed during the 2008
program year. Labor standards applied to the installation of the telecommunication system.
Douglas County staff was onsite to monitor that all labor standard regulations were followed.

During the 2009 program year the project manager for the Senior Center initiated a formal
bid process for the xeric landscaping project. However, none of the companies invited to bid
on this project submitted a formal bid. In fact, all of them explained that they were unwilling
to pay their laborers the wage listed on the wage decision. The project manager requested
either an exception from the labor standards requirements or a reduced rate for the laborer
on the applicable wage decision. Douglas County staff was unable to comply with either
request and suggested that the project manager either rebid the project or submit a change
to their project scope removing the landscaping project and replacing it with another eligible
activity. CDBG staff has informed the Parker Senior Center that the remaining funds will
need to be fully utilized within the next six months or they will be reallocated during the 2011
program year.

This project was monitored for compliance with Federal regulations associated with the
CDBG program, by Douglas County staff on September 9, 2010, using the risk assessment
tool. The results of this assessment indicated that the project was a medium risk, with a
total score of 60 out of a possible 165 points. Due to the assessment of medium risk for this
project, additional on-site monitoring was deemed unnecessary by staff at this time. Staff
will continue to provide technical assistance through the remainder of this project.




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Douglas County Community Planning and Sustainable Development Department
  • 2007 Neighborhood Clean-Ups
  • 2007 Zoning Rehabilitation

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Provide minor rehabilitation and emergency repair of housing stock within the County
       to restore units to a safe and habitable condition
   •   Preserve and/or create affordable rental opportunities

Douglas County code enforcement officials identified a need for neighborhood clean-ups,
particularly along the Highway 85 corridor. The objective of this program was to provide
three neighborhood clean-ups in various CDBG target areas throughout the County. Code
enforcement officers feel this may reduce the number of complaints they receive in these
particular areas, and create a neighborhood benefit for all to enjoy.

In addition, code enforcement officials also identified a need to assist income-qualified
Douglas County residents with selected minor home repairs when the needed repairs have
been identified as a zoning code violation. Staff felt zoning rehabilitation assistance was
particularly necessary when the income-qualified residents have neither the physical nor
financial resources to address the blight on their property. The code enforcement officials
felt that these projects would foster a sense of community and neighborhood pride. Project
implementation for both the neighborhood clean up and the zoning rehabilitation was
delayed due to staff changes, but the projects are now underway.




2007 Neighborhood Clean-Up

During the 2007 program year, $6,000 was awarded to the Neighborhood Clean-Up
Program. The first neighborhood clean-up occurred on September 12, 2009, in the
Cottonwood Subdivision in cooperation with the Town of Parker, which also received a
CDBG grant to assist with this activity. This neighborhood is uniquely located in the Town of
Parker and in unincorporated Douglas County, making the community an ideal location to
partner between jurisdictions. There are 502 single-family homes with an estimated
population of 1,400 in the unincorporated portion of the subdivision that were served by the
project, and 12 roll-off dumpsters were filled with debris and items too large for regular trash
service pick up.




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Douglas County staff monitored this project for compliance with Federal regulations
associated with the CDBG program on September 9, 2010, using the risk assessment tool.
The result of the assessment indicated that the Neighborhood Clean Up Program was at a
high risk with a score of 73 out of a possible 165 points. Due to the high score, an on-site
monitoring visit was set up to discuss the status of both the Neighborhood Clean Up and the
Zoning Rehabilitation Program with the program manager. While the Neighborhood Clean
Up Program scored higher than the Zoning Rehabilitation Program, the program manager
stated there is a greater need for the Neighborhood Clean Up activities, as additional
residents are now requesting the services. Other neighborhoods in target areas can be
identified and activities can be planned as requested by the neighborhoods. The funds will
be used during periods of good weather throughout the remainder of the 2010 program
year. See the Monitoring section on page 64 for additional details of that monitoring visit.




2007 Zoning Rehabilitation

During the 2007 program year, Zoning Rehabilitation project was awarded $4,000. The
grant is well underway, as 81% of the grant funds have been spent. The program was
implemented after County staff issued a zoning violation for trash and debris on a Douglas
County property. The property owner requested financial assistance to resolve the violation
and help clean up a collapsed accessory structure creating a hazard on the property. The
structure collapsed from a heavy snowfall, and the homeowner asked for assistance to
demolish and remove it from the property. A contractor was hired to demolish the structure
and clear the property of the debris.

Douglas County staff monitored this project for compliance with Federal regulations
associated with the CDBG program on September 9, 2010, using the risk assessment tool.
The results of this assessment indicated that the Zoning Rehabilitation Program was at a
medium risk, with a score of 58 out of a possible 165 points. Staff determined that, as the
Neighborhood Clean Up Program had a high risk score, both programs would benefit from
an on-site monitoring visit.

During the monitoring visit, the project manager stated that, while many residents could
benefit from the Zoning Rehabilitation project, most of the violations identified were not
allowed uses according to the CDBG requirements. Due to the difficulty in finding a
qualifying homeowner and projects for the Zoning Rehabilitation grant, the project manager
requested the remaining funds ($756) be reallocated to the Neighborhood Clean Up project.
Those funds would allow for an additional clean up activity, benefiting an entire
neighborhood. Staff determined the reallocation of funds from the Zoning Rehabilitation
project to the Neighborhood Clean Up project would lessen the future risk by allowing clean
up activities to be scheduled and completed in a timely fashion.


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Town of Parker
2008 Neighborhood Clean-Up

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Provide improved access to services for low-to moderate income residents

The project consisted of two neighborhood clean up days for the Cottonwood neighborhood
in the Town of Parker. This Cottonwood neighborhood is located within a CDBG target area
so the services provided through this clean up provide an area benefit for the low-and
moderate-income residents who live in the neighborhood. The area has a high number of
zoning complaints and violations, many of which deal with untidy yards or junk. Many of
these violations stem from owners or renters financial inability to resolve their violation. It is
the Town’s goal with this project, to take a proactive approach to help the residents clean up
their neighborhood by providing access to dumpsters, allowing them the opportunity to
remove larger items that typically would cost extra to be removed by trash haulers.

The clean up days were held in May 2009 and September 2009. For the May clean up, the
Town printed door hangers notifying residents of the clean up day and inviting them to
participate. The door hangers were hung on every door in the target area in the Cottonwood
neighborhood by Town staff one-week before the event. The door hangers limited
participation to Cottonwood residents to assure that only target area residents were invited.
On the day of the event, eight dumpsters were placed in two locations throughout the
neighborhood. Locations were specifically chosen so that they were highly visible within the
neighborhood, but not visible from outside the neighborhood. During the May clean-up, the
dumpsters were delivered on Saturday morning, and staffed by Town employees. Staff
requested either the door hanger or an ID with an address in Cottonwood to allow resident
to participate. The May clean up was a success in that over 120 residents participated and
all eight dumpsters were filled by 2:00 p.m.

The September clean up was a collaborative event involving both the Town of Parker and
Douglas County as portions of the Cottonwood neighborhood is located within each of the
participating jurisdictions. The Town of Parker followed the same procedure described
above to market the program, and ensure resident eligibility for this second clean up.
During the September event, seven dumpsters were made available for the residents use.
Seventy households participated in this event by disposing of their large junk items.
Approximately 17% of the households in Parker’s Cottonwood neighborhood took
advantage of one or both of these events. Households that did not participate directly
benefited from the enhanced appearance of their neighborhood. Residents of the
neighborhood and representatives from the Home Owners Association were pleased with
the outcome of these combined events.

This project was monitored for compliance with Federal regulations associated with the
CDBG program by Douglas County staff on September 8, 2010, using the risk assessment
tool. The results of this assessment indicated that the project was low risk with a total score
of 3 out of a possible 165 points. Due to the low risk assessment score staff did not feel this
project merited an on-site monitoring visit as no concerns were identified and all grant
requirements have been met by the Subgrantee.




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Castle Rock Senior Center (CRSC)
2008 Volunteer Coordinator

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •     Promote the expansion of non-profit organizations serving income-qualified residents
         of the County

During the 2008 program year the Castle Rock Senior Center was allocated $19,000 for
continued funding of the volunteer coordinator position to help expand both the number of
volunteers and the programming enjoyed by the participants. The Volunteer Coordinator
works with the Activities Committee and the Fundraising Committee who plan the Senior
Center activities and coordinates the volunteers assisting with the Senior Center’s
transportation services. Over 9,000 trips were provided to Douglas County seniors and
people who are disabled in 2009. Additionally, the volunteer coordinator is responsible for
recruiting and coordinating the approximately 300 volunteers to work on the many projects
that allow the Center to be a vital and valued organization in the community. The volunteers
also contribute to the fundraising efforts at the Center, which helps raise funds for program
support. The Senior Center’s members represent one of the County’s largest volunteer
pools, logging in just over 29,000 volunteer hours in 2009. The number of volunteer hours
continues to grow each year, as participants are involved in many community projects and
events. These community partnerships are key to the success of the Senior Center. This
position is now full-time, facilitating an increase in the number of activity participants from
20,138 in 2005 to almost 30,000 in 2009. This represents a 49% increase in participation.

CDBG staff evaluated this project using the risk assessment tool. The grant funds were
expended in December of 2009, and CRSC made great strides in submitting the draw down
requests in a timely manner as well as managing their grant. The results of the 2009
Volunteer Coordinator Program assessment indicated that the project was a low risk with a
total score of 10 out of a possible 165 points. This is marked improvement over the 2008
risk assessment score of 67, a medium risk.

CRSC Volunteer Testimonial: From Mike, Volunteer Shuttle Driver:

       “I have been driving the Senior Shuttle since I retired, almost three years ago. I
        have loved this job, and dread the day when my health will no longer enable me to
        continue. Our riders are very appreciative, and I am often told that they don’t know
        how they would get around without us. Some riders have become special friends,
        several of whom I sometimes transport in my own car on my own time. Another
        lady became a special friend when I learned that she had a very active mind in a
        very frail body. A friend and I started going to her assisted living…and later
        nursing home to play Scrabble at least once weekly. I have really enjoyed the staff
        of the Senior Center, who have also become good friends. I am sure that I have
        benefited far more than anyone else during these 3 years of volunteer service at
        the Senior Center.”




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Douglas County Housing Partnership (DCHP)
  • 2009 Home Ownership Program (HOP)
  • 2008 Shared Equity Program (SEP) CDBG-R

Consolidated Plan Objectives Addressed:

   •   Maintain and develop quality affordable housing for low- and moderate-income
       owners and renters
   •   Increase the range of affordable housing opportunities available for special needs
       populations

The DCHP is a multi-jurisdictional Housing Authority, created in 2003 by Douglas County,
the towns of Parker and Castle Rock, and the City of Lone Tree. The purpose of the DCHP
is to foster low- and moderate-income affordable housing in Douglas County. The Housing
Partnership provides home ownership assistance and education to low- and moderate-
income families. The DCHP outreach efforts include sending out postcards to apartment
residents to inform them of the programs, and providing brochures to Douglas County
employers such as the Douglas County Government and the School District. Information is
also available on the DCHP website and DC 8 television. The down payment assistance
program is also marketed to realtors, employers, and builders to help them understand the
benefits of the program for their clients and employees.

The Home Ownership Program (HOP) provides loans at a low interest rate to first time
homebuyers who qualify at 80% or below the Area Median Income (AMI). This assistance is
in the form of a second mortgage. An income-qualified family may receive up to $15,000 to
increase their ability to purchase a home, which helps to bridge the gap between salaries
and the high cost of housing in Douglas County. Since inception, the DCHP has provided
$1.75 million in down payment assistance and helped 114 families purchase their first home.
The average income of the families served is $40,409 or 68% (AMI).

The DCHP provides a free, six-hour homeownership class on a monthly basis, which is
Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) approved.              Attendance at the
homeownership classes is required prior to qualifying for assistance through DCHP
programs. This class educates potential homebuyers on the home buying process, loan
applications, credit scores, credit reports, loan products, appraisals, insurance, home
inspections, home maintenance, and foreclosure prevention.




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2009 Home Ownership Program (HOP)

For 2009, the HOP was allocated $197,000 in CDBG funds, during which 25 low- to
moderate-income families or individuals closed loans on their first home. A total of
$387,913 in down payment assistance was provided through CDBG and HOME funds in
2009. During the 2009 program year, 132 people received first-time homebuyer education
and counseling. The average mortgage was for $139,677, and the average HOP loan
amount was $15,517.

The DCHP received a HOME grant from the State of Colorado for $80,000 to support the
Program in 2009. Using both a portion of the HOME grant from the State and the CDBG
funds from the County, the Housing Partnership provides an opportunity for people to reside
in the County where they currently work, thus reducing transportation costs, increasing job
retention within Douglas County, and making the dream of home-ownership a reality. The
success story below illustrates a positive outcome of the program, describing a family that
benefited from the HOP during the 2009 program year.

CDBG staff monitored the 2009 Home Ownership Program for compliance with Federal
regulations associated with the CDBG program on September 10, 2010, using a risk
assessment tool. The results of this assessment indicated that the project was a medium
risk, with a total score of 43 out of a possible 165 points. Due to the assessment of a
medium risk for this project, an on-site monitoring was determined to be unnecessary by
staff.



DCHP Home Ownership Program Testimonial: Ignacio and Teresa are the first in
their family to purchase their own home.

The Hispanic family of five was living in a small apartment and knew they needed more
space, but didn’t think they could save up enough money to get something bigger.
Ignacio works at a golf course and Teresa works at a restaurant. With the costs of
raising a family of five, it was difficult for them to save for a down payment on a home.
Through the help of DCHP, they were able to receive a down payment assistance loan
to help them purchase their first home. This has given them the opportunity to live in the
community where they have worked hard for many years and gives the children more
space and a bedroom to call their own.



2008 Shared Equity Program (SEP) CDBG-R

The Shared Equity Program (SEP) was allocated funding during the 2008 program year
from the 2008 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). As such, it was not
described in the 2009 Annual Action Plan. Instead, it was reported as a part of the
Substantial Amendment to the 2008 Annual Action Plan. As the Subgrantee Agreement
was executed and draw downs began in the 2009 program year, the SEP activities are
reported in the 2009 CAPER.

The SEP program was allocated $100,625 from 2008 ARRA funding. The SEP is a unique
program, with the DCHP investing up to 20% of the purchase price of a home or $50,000,
whichever is smaller, for income-qualified buyers who are employed in Douglas County on


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qualified properties. Participants repay DCHP at the time of sale, time of refinancing, or
when an owner assumes DCHP’s investment by repaying with market appreciation. Funds
awarded through this program are not considered a loan. Instead, the DCHP will share in
the appreciation or depreciation of the property. The SEP will provide funds in the form of
down payment assistance and/or closing costs. DCHP will provide the minimum amount
necessary to bridge lender requirements and resources available to the buyer. This
program will enable buyers to purchase quality homes closer to where they work in Douglas
County, and in better areas that would otherwise be unaffordable. This contributes to an
increase in wealth for the household receiving assistance, and the community they choose
to live in.

The Program made investments or contributed toward three (3) home loans. The clients
purchasing their first home are employed in Douglas County and include a pastor, bank
teller, customer service representative and a foreman at a concrete company. The average
income of these three families was $42,646. During the 2009 program year, the SEP loans
totaled $450,400. The average purchase price of the homes assisted through the SEP was
$187,667, and the average mortgage on each home was $150,133.

CDBG staff monitored the SEP for compliance with Federal regulations associated with the
CDBG program on September 10, 2010, using the risk assessment tool. The results of this
assessment indicated that the project was a medium risk, with a total score of 47 out of a
possible 165 points. Due to the assessment of a medium risk for this project, an on-site
monitoring was determined to be unnecessary by staff.




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DCHP Shared Equity Program testimonial: Nate is a pastor at a local church and his
wife Erica is a stay at home mom taking care of three children.

They wanted to live in and be a member of the community where their church is located.
However, they didn’t have the large down payment to purchase a home, so they lived in
one of their parents’ basement, trying to save up the money. DCHP was able to step in
and provide them with down payment assistance, allowing the family to be integrated
into the neighborhood where they felt like they belonged. Here is a quote from Erica:

     “We can’t say enough about the opportunities that the Douglas County Housing
     Partnership has given us. We have dreamed of owning a home for 8 years. We
     moved to Colorado 3 years ago and have felt disconnected. Once we bought our
     home in April there has been a HUGE shift in finally feeling grounded and rooted
     here. Our son loves his school and we love the community we are apart of. We
     feel like we are building stability and comfort by owning this home. Because of the
     amount of money we were able to use as a down payment through this program,
     we were able to buy a home that really met the needs of our family. Without this
     program we would have had to sacrifice bedrooms, space and even safety. The
     opportunities that were opened up for us are beyond words! Our neighbors have
     become some of our dearest friends.”



Brother’s Redevelopment, Inc.
2009 Fairweather Landings: Independent Living for Seniors

A grant of $100,000 was awarded to this organization for an independent senior living facility
in the Town of Parker. Brother’s Redevelopment was unable to secure adequate financing
for the project due to the downturn in the economy. A Subgrantee Agreement was not
executed. The funds were reallocated during the 2010 allocation and reported as carry over
funding in the 2010 Annual Action Plan.




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Rebuilding Together Metro Denver (RTMD)
2009 Single-Family Rehab Program

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Maintain and develop quality affordable housing for low- and moderate-income
       owners and renters
   •   Increase the range of affordable housing opportunities available for special needs
       populations

Rebuilding Together was allocated $34,000 to expand their program into Douglas County.
This well established organization works primarily in the Denver Metro area. They assist
low-income and elderly and disabled people with home repairs to allow them to continue to
live independently in warm, safe and dry homes. The clients they serve are unable to afford
home repairs or they are physically unable to perform the repairs themselves. The repairs
and maintenance are completed by contractors, skilled volunteers and staff. The programs
offered by Rebuilding Together will help maintain an integrated living patterns in Douglas
County as the repairs completed will help enable their clients to remain in their own homes
with dignity, independence and safety, and in some cases delay institutionalization or long-
term out- of home care.




The organization partners with community agencies to locate and assist home owners in
need of their services. The project manager for Rebuilding Together has implemented an
outreach program which includes speaking to Castle Rock Senior Center, Parker Senior
Center and the Homeless Prevention Coalition, and contacting local churches to identify
clients and a volunteer base to help with the home repairs. No funds have been drawn
down to date. Two projects have been scheduled for work in October 2010, and will be
reported in the 2010 CAPER.




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Douglas/Elbert Task Force (DETF)
  • 2008 Emergency Overnight/Utility Assistance
  • 2009 Emergency Overnight/Utility Assistance
  • 2008 Emergency Rent Assistance
  • 2009 Emergency Rent Assistance

Consolidated Plan Objectives Addressed:

   •   Provide assistance to meet or supplement basic needs for income-qualified and
       special needs populations
   •   Promote self-sufficiency though increased services available for elderly and special
       needs populations

Over the past 25 years, the DETF has responded to the growing need for services in
Douglas County. The Task Force strives to address the needs of financially distressed
families and those individuals who are in crisis and at risk of homelessness. They focus on
maintaining a stable living environment for the low-income and working poor of our
community by providing counseling, food, housing, utility assistance and other aid. This
program affirmatively furthers fair housing because DETF is able to help clients successfully
remain integrated in the Douglas County community and help stabilize families who are in
crisis. The Task Force provides clients with the temporary assistance they sometimes
require to move beyond difficult times and remain in their home as an active member of the
Douglas County community. Overall, the agency assists an average of 1,219 clients a
month, half of whom are children.




The Task Force has been flooded with requests for emergency utility assistance. They
typically will assist clients who are in immediate danger of having their utilities turned off.
Clients must have applied for LEAP prior to using assistance through the Task Force, and
bring their utility-disconnect notices as documentation of their emergency status. The DETF
will make the payments directly to the utility company, and negotiate with them to ensure
that utilities will remain on for another 30 days. Clients are encouraged to use budget billing



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so that they have a consistent monthly utility bill, and are given energy saving tips to help
them lower their overall utility costs.

The Task Force will also provide overnight lodging in a motel for homeless individuals,
persons who are victims of crime, and stranded motorists. Both the Douglas County
Sheriff’s Office and Castle Rock Police Departments rely on their vouchers to house victims
of crime, transients, and stranded motorists.
The Task Force also will assist households at risk of becoming homeless due to eviction
notices, mortgage default, or other circumstances. The Task Force provides a one-time
payment of up to $250 to assist clients with rent or mortgage costs when they are facing
eviction or the loss of their home. The households who received rental or mortgage
payments were able to maintain their residence for at least 30 days, and in many cases, this
was enough time for them to restore their financial stability.

2008 Emergency Overnight/Utility Assistance

The Task Force received a $10,000 allocation for Overnight Emergency Assistance.
However, due to higher than anticipated demand for utility assistance, the Subgrantee
Agreement was amended to allow the funds to also be used for utility assistance as well.
The Task Force expended 100% of their 2008 allocation. Payments of $1,707 in overnight
lodging payments were made on behalf of 15 people. Of those receiving overnight lodging,
the vast majority, 90%, were extremely low-income, and 10% were very low-income. Those
receiving assistance were safely housed during their time of need in Douglas County. The
remainder of the grant was spent down on emergency utilities as reported above. During
the 2009 program year the agency served 53 households with utility assistance benefiting a
total of 169 clients. The 2008 grant funds allocated to this project were 100% spent during
the 2009 program year.

The 2008 Emergency Overnight/Utility Assistance grant was monitored for compliance with
Federal regulations associated with the CDBG program. Douglas County staff completed
the risk assessment on September 10, 2010. The results of this assessment indicated that
the project was a low risk, with a total score of 13 out of a possible 165 points. Due to the
assessment of low risk for this and other projects completed by the Task Force, an on-site
monitoring was deemed unnecessary by staff at this time.

2009 Emergency Overnight/Utility Assistance

During the 2009 program year, the agency spent 100% of the 2009 grant allocations. Funds
from the 2009 grant were spent solely on assistance for utilities. An average of $250-$300
is provided to clients who qualified for the program. During the 2009 program year, 48
households were provided utility assistance allowing them to have continued access to vital
utilities for at least an additional 30-days.

The program was monitored for compliance with Federal regulations associated with the
CDBG program, by Douglas County staff on September 10, 2010, using the risk assessment
tool. The results of this assessment indicated that the project was a low risk, with a total
score of 14 out of a possible 165 points. Due to the assessment of low risk for this project,
an on-site monitoring was deemed unnecessary by staff at this time.




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Douglas/ Elbert Task Force Client Testimonial:

Mr. & Mrs. Thompson had never had problems paying their bills. Mr. Thompson had a
well-paying job, and Mrs. Thompson stayed home to take care of the kids. Earlier this
year, Mr. Thompson was laid off, and suddenly there were more bills than there was
money. They quickly fell behind on some of their utilities, and received some disconnect
notices. Luckily, Mr. Thompson quickly found another job but it took some time to catch
up on their financial obligations. The Task Force was able to help pay some of those
utility bills with CDBG funds to help the family get through an unexpectedly rough time.




2008 Emergency Rent Assistance

In the 2008 program year, the Task Force was awarded $25,000 to support their Emergency
Rent Assistance Program. During the 2009 program year the DETF spent the remaining
20% of their 2008 allocation. The grant was spent on behalf of 100 households. Of these
emergency rent and mortgage payments that were made, 78% of the recipients were of
extremely low-income, 17% were of very low-income and 5% were of moderate-income.

The 2008 Emergency Housing Assistance project was monitored for compliance with
Federal regulations associated with the CDBG program, by Douglas County staff on
September 10, 2010, using the risk assessment tool. The results of this assessment
indicated that the project was a low risk, with a total score of 13 out of a possible 165 points.
Due to the assessment of low risk for this project, an on-site monitoring was deemed
unnecessary by staff at this time.




2009 Emergency Rent Assistance

During the 2009 program year, the DETF received $25,000 to support their Emergency Rent
Assistance Program. The Task Force spent 100% of the 2009 allocation during the 2009
program year. Using funds allocated within the 2009 program year, the Task Force
provided rent payments on behalf of 93 client households, or 267 individuals. The majority
of the funds (69%) used for this program benefited individuals or households that are
considered extremely low-income by HUD’s standards. Of these emergency rent and
mortgage payments that were made, 69% of the recipients were extremely low-income, 25%
were of very low-income and 6% were of moderate-income.



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The 2009 Emergency Rent Assistance project was monitored for compliance with Federal
regulations associated with the CDBG program, by Douglas County staff on September 10,
2010, using the risk assessment tool. The results of this assessment indicated that the
project was a low risk, with a total score of 14 out of a possible 165 points. Due to the
assessment of low risk for this project, an on-site monitoring was deemed unnecessary by
staff at this time.

Douglas Elbert Task Force Client Testimonial:

Ms. Klein came to the Task Force with her two small children in the midst of a crisis and
not sure where to turn for help. She was waiting for her divorce to be finalized so she
would have some idea about what she should expect for child support. Ms. Klein was
also trying to get enrolled for school. She had a little bit of money set aside until her
financial aid came in but not enough to pay rent and utilities and still have enough to buy
food. The Task Force was able to pay $250.00 toward Ms. Klein’s rent using CDBG
funds, and provide food assistance to help bridge the gap for her. She and her children
were able to stay in their home and have food on the table.




Douglas County Youth Initiative
  • 2008 WrapArounD Family Facilitator
  • 2009 WrapArounD Family Facilitator

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Provide assistance to meet or supplement basic needs for income-qualified and
       special needs populations
   •   Promote self-sufficiency though increased services available for elderly and special
       needs populations

The Youth Initiative oversees the WrapArounD Program, which is a system-of-care
approach originally conceived as a way of preventing dollars from being spent on expensive
out-of-home placement by substituting cost-effective, community-based, home-based,
holistic services that are tailored to the needs and strengths of any given family. In this
evidence-based model, facilitators assist families in defining their needs & strengths, then
identifying creative, sustainable, affordable solutions for families dealing with complex
issues such as homelessness, financial difficulties, disabilities, chronic physical illness,
mental health concerns, school attendance and/or performance issues and family conflict.
CDBG funding was used to fund WrapArounD facilitators serving income-qualified families
who are eligible to participate in the Douglas County WrapArounD program.

Douglas County WrapArounD serves families who have school-age children and who either
reside in Douglas County or who have children in Douglas County schools. Families who
participate in the program receive strength-based, family-friendly assessments that lead to
the creation of their own personal problem-solving teams consisting of their natural support
system and necessary formal resources. Teams work on developing permanent solutions to
the family’s needs, using the family’s strengths and their natural supports as ongoing
assurance of plan success. Wrap facilitators coordinate the process and keep it moving,
oversee implementation of the action plans, advocate for families who are experiencing


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service system blockages, evaluate the success of individual action plan strategies
throughout the implementation process, coordinate plan revision as necessary, and offer
other support services. The average length of program-involvement for families in
WrapArounD is between 6-12 months, and the transformative process leads to permanent
improvements.

WrapArounD Testimonial:

A family of eight had been struggling with unemployment issues for months and was
homeless at the time of their referral to WrapArounD. Due to their housing and financial
difficulties, initial contact was difficult because the family had to split up and move in with
family members in different locations. WrapArounD coordinated an emergency meeting
with the Department of Human Services (DHS) to weigh options and discuss resources
available to reunite the family. Assistance through the WrapArounD program is ongoing
while the father continues to look for work to support his large family and the facilitator
works with the family to find long-term permanent problem solving.



The program was allocated $45,000 to pay the salaries of two facilitators working with
income-qualified families. During the 2009 program year, grant funds were 100% spent
down from the 2008 grant and approximately two-thirds of the 2009 grant was expended.
These CDBG grants allowed 45 families to be assisted through the WrapArounD program.
WrapArounD costs approximately $3,000 per family per year, however, the costs saved by
helping families exit the legal system and by preventing homelessness are vast in
comparison. Currently, there are 10-12 families on the wait-list.



WrapArounD Testimonial:

One of the current families in the program has been dealing with the slow decline and
eventual death of the children’s biological father. He suffers from ALS (Lou Gehrig’s
Disease). This ongoing stress is impacting the children at school and in their interpersonal
relationships. The facilitator has been working with the family to create a crisis plan to
provide them with some relief from the stress of this situation. This will help to provide the
family with a sense of security for their future, as they work through the grief and eventual
loss of a dear family member.




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WrapArounD Testimonial:

When Tracey and her two kids were first referred to WrapArounD, she was mired in
contentious child support and child custody legal proceedings, was behind on her rent,
had other bills in arrears, and was struggling to get enough hours at her low-paying job.
The kids were struggling as well - - both were skipping school and the older son was
caught up in the juvenile justice system. Everyone in the family was angry and frustrated
and stretched to their breaking point - - something had to give.

Over the next two years, the family, their friends, and their relatives worked with a
WrapArounD facilitator to untangle and solve the problems that they'd been wrestling with.
WrapArounD helped create a crisis plan to ensure that the family wouldn't be evicted from
their home and could address their legal problems. Then the family identified the issues
they wanted to tackle and started solving them one at a time. Wrap assisted in identifying
the right subject matter experts to have at the table for any given issue, such as how to
bring in more revenue while reducing expenditures to balance the family budget, and
guided the group in creating a shared action plan in which all participants have an active
role.

At the end of the process, Tracey and her family were no longer involved in the family
court system, had a stable home life, and had increased the family’s income. The younger
daughter was attending school on a regular basis. In addition, the family experienced
improved communication and built a stronger relationship with both their relatives and
friends. At the family's recent check-in with their Wrap facilitator, Tracey happily reported
that she had found a new job with higher pay and better hours. Tracey was pleased that
she would be able to keep her condominium in Douglas County.



These projects were monitored for compliance with Federal regulations associated with
the CDBG program by Douglas County staff on September 10, 2010, using the risk
assessment tool. The results of the risk assessment of the 2008 grant indicated that the
project was a low risk, with a total score of 28 out of a possible 165 points, causing no
concerns for staff. This is a marked improvement over the 2008 risk assessment score
of 62. The results of the risk assessment of the 2009 grant indicated that the project
was a medium risk, with a total score of 66 out of a possible 165 points. This score
ranked the fourth highest out of all projects assessed in the 2009 program year. As the
projects managed by this Subgrantee have scored in the high range of the medium
category in the past, staff determined an on-site monitoring was necessary to provide
technical assistance and prevent future timeliness issues in completing the grant. The
on-site monitoring was held on October 5, 2010. The results of this meeting is detailed
in the Monitoring section of this report on page 64.




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Douglas County Department of Human Services
2009 Mortgage Assistance Program

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Provide assistance to meet or supplement basic needs for income-qualified and
       special needs populations
   •   Promote self-sufficiency though increased services available for elderly and special
       needs populations

The mission of the Douglas County Human Services Department is to deliver quality Human
Services to the community by strengthening individuals, preserving families and protecting
vulnerable adults and children. The Department provides child and adult protection, cash
assistance payments, childcare assistance, and other supportive services for income-
qualified residents.

A grant of $10,000 was awarded to the Douglas County Human Services Department for
mortgage assistance. The grant will be used to expand the services provided by the Hand
Up Program, created in 2008 by Douglas County staff and members of the Homeless
Prevention Coalition. The mission of the Hand Up Program is to help families in crisis
situations avoid homelessness and become self-sufficient. The grant monies will be used
for up to three-month mortgage assistance, specifically to prevent foreclosure, This will be
the only program in Douglas County able to provide substantial assistance to prevent
foreclosure and help stabilize families in such a manner.

The project was monitored for compliance with Federal regulations associated with the
CDBG program, by Douglas County staff on September 10, 2010, using the risk assessment
tool. The results of the 2009 assessment indicated that the project was a medium risk, with
a total score of 69 out of a possible 165 points. This is due in large part to Subgrantee’s
delay in returning the Scope of Services and the Timeline & Budget, which are required as a
part of the Subgrantee Agreement, in order to execute the contract. This delay caused the
funds to be rolled over from the 2009 to the 2010 program year. Staff determined that an
on-site monitoring was necessary to provide technical assistance and prevent any further
delays in implementing the program. The monitoring was held on October 5, 2010, and
discussed in detail in the Monitoring section on page 64.

Griffith Centers for Children
2009 Transitional Group Home Program

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Provide assistance to meet or supplement basic needs for income-qualified and
       special needs populations
   •   Promote self-sufficiency though increased services available for elderly and special
       needs populations

A grant of $15,000 was awarded to the Griffith Center for Children to support a transitional
group home in Douglas County. Some of the children that progress through the residential
or family preservation programs are in need of transitional facilities, when they can’t return



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home, be placed in foster care, or live alone. The next step for these children is to move to
a transitional group home, which is the next less-restrictive stage in their therapy.

The grant funds were not used, as the allocation was declined by the Griffith Center with
regret. Due to the economic downturn, the organization experienced a decrease in
residential placements. This led them to consolidate all of their residential programs into the
one Colorado Springs facilities. The returned funds will be reallocated for new CDBG
projects in the 2011 program year.


Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center (WCFOC)
2009 Therapeutic Counselor

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Provide assistance to meet or supplement basic needs for income-qualified and
       special needs populations
   •   Promote self-sufficiency though increased services available for elderly and special
       needs populations

The Women’s Crisis & Family Outreach Center’s (WCFOC) mission is to reduce domestic
violence and family conflict through advocacy, empowerment, violence prevention and
intervention, services and education. Successfully operating for almost 25 years, the
WCFOC serves individuals from all ethnic, social, religious, age, lifestyle and economic
groups. While in shelter and through other therapeutic, legal and empowerment strategies,
the WCFOC staff provides clients with the strength to heal from the trauma, assume power
over their circumstances, and choose options that will ultimately give them the tools to
achieve violence-free and self-sufficient lives.

In 2009, the WCFOC housed 142 individuals (100% of whom were below the level of
poverty as defined by the Colorado Department of Human Services) in their current facility.
In 2009, they served over 18,000 people through the shelter's 24-hour Crisis Line and
emergency shelter, residential and out-client therapy, legal advocacy, and community
outreach.

The WCFOC was allocated $14,000 to expand therapeutic services offered to children and
teens in shelter. WCFOC opened the new shelter in December of 2009, which can
accommodate over 300 victims annually. The new shelter also increased the office space
needed to allow for the hiring of additional staff for therapeutic intervention and recruit new
volunteers to assist in recreational, skill-building, and employment and educational activities.
This grant funded a new therapist who provided individual therapy and group counseling to
64 children and teens in the shelter.

The project was monitored for compliance with Federal regulations associated with the
CDBG program, by Douglas County staff on September 10, 2010, using the risk assessment
tool. This organization had the only project to score a zero, indicating no risk. WCFOC is a
high-performing Subgrantee, and consistently scores low on risk assessments. An on-site
monitoring was deemed unnecessary by staff.




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Sedalia Water and Sanitation District (SWSD)
   • 2008 Water System improvements project
   • 2008 (CDBG-R) Plum Avenue water line improvement project
   • 2009 Water system treatment and distribution project

Consolidated Plan Objective Addressed:

   •   Improve existing and provide for new infrastructure where appropriate to enhance
       the quality of life for low- and moderate-income residents

The District currently provides water services and fire protection to the 215 residents as well
as commercial users in the unincorporated area of Sedalia. The mission of SWSD is to
provide a safe, reliable, and sustainable water supply to the entire community at the lowest
cost possible, in an environmentally responsible manner.




2008 Water System Improvement Project

The District maintains three water wells and the infrastructure to provide these services.
They previously embarked on a project to stabilize one of the three wells and improve fire
flows in the District. Douglas County CDBG Program allocated $335,806 toward these
improvements in the 2008 program year. The project was completed during the 2009
program year.




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2008 CDBG-R Plum Avenue Water Line Improvement Project

In addition, to the 2008 grant, additional CDBG funds were allocated to make water line
improvements through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) grant funds.
The funds were used to improve services to the existing homes and businesses within the
District and create a loop in the existing water line. These improvements helped to alleviate
stagnation and discoloration in the water lines and improve fire flow capacity. Construction
of the lines was completed in August 2010, and staff expects the final draw will occur within
30-days of the submittal of this CAPER,

2009 Water System Treatment and Distribution Project

In October of 2008, the District was informed that the Colorado Department of Public Health
and Environment (CDPHE) completed an evaluation of Sedalia’s groundwater, and
determined two of the alluvial wells were under the direct influence of surface water. The
wells must be rehabilitated to either upgrade the treatment system or Sedalia must
discontinue use of the infiltrated groundwater (wells). The District chose to upgrade the
treatment system, including filtration and chlorination, to address the State’s requirements.

In 2009, a grant of $235,000 was allocated to make further improvements to the water
system, and will be used for the addition of filtration of the alluvial wells. The new system
will be oversized for the eventual installation of additional filters to treat the third water well
which currently contains high concentrations of iron. Design of the 2009 project is nearing
completion and the plans will be submitted to the state and county for review. The District is
pursuing grants and low-interest loans to cover additional project costs that were not
anticipated at the time of application. As of the date of this CAPER submittal 4 % of the
funds from the grant has been expended.

As a metro district, the SWSD Board of Directors approves each draw down request prior to
submitting the request to CDBG staff. Each request will include the appropriate invoices,
copies of checks showing the invoice has been paid, a Schedule of Values, a letter from the
project manager recommending the Board authorize the expense be paid, and a copy of the
Board’s minutes showing the expense was approved by the Board. A template for the
Schedule of Values has been developed for each project, and will include the project
manager’s estimate and the actual cost for each line item. In addition, the project manager
prepared a depreciation schedule for the equipment they plan to purchase.

The SWSD project was monitored for compliance with Federal regulations associated with
the CDBG program, by Douglas County staff on September 10, 2010, using the risk
assessment tool. The results of this assessment indicated that the 2009 project was a high
risk, with a total score of 91 out of a possible 165 points. The 2008 ARRA funded project
has been completed and 93% of the funds have been spent down. However, the project
scored a 90 out of a possible 165 points, largely due to the high percentage of grant funds
allocated. Due to the high risk assessment of both the remaining grants, staff determined
an on-site monitoring was inadequate and further measures must be implemented.

Because Sedalia received multiple large allocations, and has limited administrative capacity
to oversee the grants, staff intends to continue meeting with the applicant on a twice-
monthly basis until the grant funds are expended. Staff will provide continual technical
assistance and attend monthly SWSD Board Meetings to answer questions and facilitate the
draw down process.


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PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS

HUD relies on an Outcome Performance Measurement System
to provide an aggregation of national data to accurately portray
the accomplishments and value of the CDBG program to
Congress. Performance measurement reporting is particularly
important during appropriation hearings. HUD requests that
communities report on one of three main objectives and
outcomes that best describes an activity supported by CDBG
funding. For each activity the identified objective and outcome is
combined to provide an outcome statement, which will help the
County, as well as HUD, illustrate the valuable impact of
Community Development Block Grant funds in our community.

Performance Measurement Objectives:

   1. Creating suitable living environments (SL);

   2. Providing decent housing (DH); and

   3. Creating Economic Opportunities (EO).

Performance Measurement Outcomes:

   1. Availability/Accessibility

       Availability/Accessibility applies to projects that make services, infrastructure,
       housing, or shelter available or accessible to low- and moderate-income people,
       including persons with disabilities. Accessibility does not refer only to physical
       barriers, but also to making the affordable basics of daily living available and
       accessible to low- and moderate-income people.

   2. Affordability

       Affordability applies to projects that provide affordability in a variety of ways in the
       lives of low- and moderate-income people.

   3. Sustainability

       Sustainability is aimed at improving neighborhoods, helping to make them livable or
       viable by providing benefits to persons of low- and moderate-income, or by removing
       or eliminating slums or blighted areas.

Communities are required to develop and use performance measurements and to report on
their progress in this report. The County’s goal is to develop and utilize this system as a
framework for the assessment and management of our grant program. Table 3 on the
following page identifies each activity with accomplishments achieved during the 2009
program year. A performance measurement statement for each activity is included to
summarize the identified performance measurement factors. An outcome statement is also
provided, which includes objective and outcome codes, and other performance
measurement factors.


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Table 3 Performance Measurements
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS:

2006 Performance Measurements:
                        CDBG         OUTCOME      PERFORMANCE          Actual             PERCENT
ACTIVITY                ALLOCATION   STATEMENT    INDICATOR            Number             COMPLETE

Developmental           $120,000     DH-1         Public Facilities    3 group            100%
Pathways: Group                                   (connect to public   home clients
Home Facility                                     services &
Improvements                                      accessibility
                                                  improvements)

Performance Measurement Statement: The improvements to the group home will increase
the opportunity for decent affordable housing for three disabled clients by creating a
suitable living environment.

Douglas County          $130,300     DH-2         Rehabilitation       15 units           65%
Community                                         (Housing Units)
Services: Minor Home
Repair Program

Performance Measurement Statement: The Minor Home Repair Program will maintain and
improve decent affordable housing in Douglas County by improving the existing condition
of 15 single-family homes, with the potential to help a total of 20 clients throughout
the program.

Castle Rock Senior      $12,400      SL-1         Public Service       117 clients        100%
Center: Wellness                                  (People)
Coordinator

Performance Measurement Statement: This program has helped to provide a suitable
living environment for 117 elderly residents in Douglas County through lunch-And-learn
programs including chair massage, and 300 people through a wellness fair, increasing
accessibility to health-related information and improved nutrition.

2007 Performance Measurements:

Douglas County          $165,000     DH-2         Direct Assistance    8 units            100%
Housing Partnership     $133,933                  to Homeowners
Shared Equity Program                             (Housing Units)

Performance Measurement Statement: The Douglas County Housing Partnership provided 8
households with down payment assistance allowing them to purchase decent, affordable
housing.

Douglas County          $4,000       SL-1         Public Service       1 residents        81%
Planning Services:                                (People)
Zoning Rehabilitation

Performance Measurement Statement: The Planning Services Division helped to create a
suitable living environment for 1 income-qualified residents by increasing availability to
services to help demolish and remove debris from a fallen accessory building.




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Table 3 Performance Measurements continued:
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS:

2007 Performance Measurements continued:
                        CDBG         OUTCOME      PERFORMANCE         Actual          PERCENT
ACTIVITY                ALLOCATION   STATEMENT    INDICATOR           Number          COMPLETE

Douglas County          $15,000      SL-3         Public Service      230 clients     100%
Human Services                                    (People)            Pending
Neighbor Network                                                      Completion
Volunteer Coordinator                                                 Report

Performance Measurement Statement: The Douglas County Human Services Department
will utilize a Volunteer Coordinator for the Neighbor Network to provide senior residents
with a more suitable living environment by increasing their access to services,
such as transportation and assistance with home maintenance.


Parker Senior           $11,275      SL-1         Public Facilities   427 members 40%
Center: Renovation                                (People)
& repair

Performance Measurement Statement: The Parker Senior Center will create a more suitable
living environment for the 427 members and the volunteers who work at the Center by
increasing access to senior services.


Douglas County          $6,000       SL-3         Public Service      3,245           31%
Planning Services:                                (People)            residents
Neighborhood Clean-up

Performance Measurement Statement: The Planning Services Division will help create a
suitable living environment for income-qualified residents in neighborhoods with a large
number of zoning complaints in designated target areas, and increase accessibility to
dumpsters to dispose of junk and debris.


Douglas/Elbert          $5,000       SL-1         Public Service      28 clients      100%
Task Force:                                       (People)
Overnight Lodging

Performance Measurement Statement: The Douglas/Elbert Task Force will provide 28 income
qualified Douglas County residents with overnight lodging to ensure that they have a
suitable living environment.


Arapahoe/Douglas        $28,000      SL-3         Public Service      33 clients      100%
Mental Health                                     (People)
Network: Psychiatric
Services for Children

Performance Measurement Statement: The Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network
will provide 33 income-qualified clients with improved access to psychiatric services to
provide them with a more suitable living environment.




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Table 3 Performance Measurements continued:
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS:

2008 Performance Measurements:

                       CDBG           OUTCOME     PERFORMANCE         Actual          PERCENT
ACTIVITY               ALLOCATION     STATEMENT   INDICATOR           Number          COMPLETE

Douglas County Audio $13,000          SL-1        Public Service      14 clients      100%
Information Services:                             (People)
Audio Information
Services

Performance Measurement Statement: The Radio Reading Services of the Rockies provided
audio access to ink print materials and new radio receivers for 14 residents in order to
provide them with a suitable living environment in Douglas County.


Douglas County        $244,487        DH-2        Direct Assistance   29 units        100%
Housing                                           to Homeowners       154 people
Partnership:                                      (Housing Units &    attended
Homeownership                                     Homebuyer           Homebuyer
Program                                           Education)          class

Performance Measurement Statement: The Douglas County Housing Partnership provided 29
households with down payment assistance and provided the opportunity for 154 people to
attend a home buyer education class which allowed them to purchase decent, affordable
housing.

Douglas County        $45,000         SL-1        Public Service      74 clients      100%
Youth Initiative:                                 (People)
WrapArounD Program

Performance Measurement Statement: The Youth Initiative has helped 74 people
(representing 22 families) by increasing the availability of human services to income-
qualified families, improving their problem solving skills, and increasing their family support
network thus creating a more suitable living environment.

Douglas/Elbert        $10,000         SL-1        Public Service      68 clients      100%
Task Force:                                       (People)
Overnight Lodging/
Utility Assistance

Performance Measurement Statement: The Douglas/Elbert Task Force provided 68 income-
qualified clients with overnight lodging or utility assistance to ensure that they have continue
access to a suitable living environment.


Douglas/Elbert        $25,000       DH-2         Emergency         100 units    100%
Task Force:                                      Housing
Emergency                                        (Housing Units)
Rent Assistance
Performance Measurement Statement: The Douglas/Elbert Task Force provided 100 income
qualified Douglas County households with rent assistance to ensure that they have
continued access to decent housing that is affordable for them.



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Table 3 Performance Measurements continued:
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS:

2008 Performance Measurements continued:
                       CDBG           OUTCOME     PERFORMANCE         Actual             PERCENT
ACTIVITY               ALLOCATION     STATEMENT   INDICATOR           Number             COMPLETE

Douglas/Elbert         $11,896        SL-3        Public Service      3650 Clients       100%
Task Force:                                       (People)
Trash Compactor

Performance Measurement Statement: The DETF benefited from cost savings allowing them t
provide 3,650 income qualified Douglas County clients with food bank assistance to ensure
that they have continued sustainable access to a suitable living environment.

Sedalia Water &        $335,806       SL-1        Public Facility     215 clients        100%
Sanitation District:                              (People)
Water System
Improvements

Performance Measurement Statement: The water system was upgraded to improve the
District’s ability to maintain a safe water supply and adequate fire flows to the 215
residents and local businesses, to ensure a suitable living environment within the District.

Town of Parker:        $5,950         SL-1        Public Service      3,800              100%
Neighborhood Clean                                (People)            residents
Up

Performance Measurement Statement: Two clean ups were conducted in the Cottonwood
neighborhood, made up of 3,800 residents, to dispose of debris and other items regular
trash service will not pick up, helping them maintain a suitable living environment. Not only
will the residents who utilized the clean-up benefit from increased access to services, the
entire neighborhood will benefit from a cleaner more pleasant environment.

Women’s Crisis and     $212,500       SL-1        Public Facility     350 clients        100%
Family Outreach                                   (People)
Center: Shelter
Construction

Performance Measurement Statement: The WCFOC constructed a new shelter to serve more
Douglas County residents in a crisis situation, and provide additional access to services,
which in turn allows 350 people access to a more suitable living environment.

2008 CDBG-R Performance Measurements:

Douglas County         $100,625       DH-2        Direct Assistance   3 units            100%
Housing                                           to Homeowners
Partnership:                                      (Housing Units)
Shared Equity
Program

Performance Measurement Statement: The Douglas County Housing Partnership provided 3
households with down payment assistance through the Shared Equity Program allowing them
to purchase decent, affordable housing that is located within Douglas County.



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Table 3 Performance Measurements continued:
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS:
2008 CDBG-R Performance Measurements continued:
                       CDBG          OUTCOME     PERFORMANCE         Actual             PERCENT
ACTIVITY               ALLOCATION    STATEMENT   INDICATOR           Number             COMPLETE

Sedalia Water &        $115,000      SL-1        Public Facility     215 clients        97%
Sanitation District:                             (People)
Water System
Improvements

Performance Measurement Statement: The water system was upgraded to eliminate dead
ends and improve the District’s ability to maintain a safe water supply for the 215 residents
and local businesses using the system, this work will help ensure a suitable living environme
is maintained within the District.
2009 Performance Measurements:

Douglas County         $197,000      DH-2        Direct Assistance   25 units           88%
Housing                                          to Homeowners       132 people
Partnership:                                     (Housing Units &    attended
Homeownership                                    Homebuyer           Homebuyer
Program                                          Education)          class

Performance Measurement Statement: The DCHP Partnership provided 25 households with
down payment assistance and provided the opportunity for 132 people to attend a home
buyer education class which allowed them to purchase decent, affordable housing with
confidence.

Rebuilding             $34,000       DH-2        Rehabilitation      0 units            0%
Together Metro                                   (Housing Units)
Denver: Housing
Rehabilitation

Performance Measurement Statement: Rebuilding Together’s Housing Rehabilitation
Program expects to maintain and improve decent affordable housing for 16 Douglas County
Seniors by improving the existing condition of their single-family homes.

Douglas/Elbert         $25,000       DH-2        Emergency           93 units           100%
Task Force:                                      Housing
Emergency                                        (Housing Units)
Rent Assistance

Performance Measurement Statement: The DETF provided 93 income qualified Douglas
County households with rent assistance to ensure that they have continued access to decent
housing that is affordable for them.

Douglas/Elbert         $10,000       SL-1        Public Service      155 clients        99%
Task Force:                                      (People)
Overnight Lodging/
Utility Assistance

Performance Measurement Statement: The DETF provided 155 income-qualified clients with
overnight lodging or utility assistance to ensure that they have
continued access to a suitable living environment.




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Table 3 Performance Measurements continued:
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS:

2009 Performance Measurements continued:
                       CDBG           OUTCOME     PERFORMANCE        Actual             PERCENT
ACTIVITY               ALLOCATION     STATEMENT   INDICATOR          Number             COMPLETE

Douglas County     $45,000            SL-1        Public Service     74 clients         48%
Youth Initiative:                                 (People)
WrapArounD Program

Performance Measurement Statement: The Youth Initiative has helped 74people
(representing 22 families) by increasing the availability services to income-qualified
families, by improving their problem solving skills, and increasing their family support
network thus creating a more suitable living environment.


Douglas County         $10,000        DH-2        Emergency          0 units            0%
Human Services:                                   Housing
Emergency                                         (Housing Units)
Mortgage Assistance

Performance Measurement Statement: The Douglas County Human Services Department
expects to provide 5-10 income qualified Douglas County homeowners with emergency
mortgage assistance to ensure that they have continued access to decent housing that is
affordable for them.


Women’s Crisis and $14,000            SL-1        Public Service      64 clients        100%
Family Outreach                                   (People)
Center: Therapeutic
Counselor

Performance Measurement Statement: The WCFOC has increased the availability of services
to 64 children and teens living in the shelter by providing them with therapeutic counseling
which helps prepare them for future success by increasing their ability to maintain self-
sufficiency, and creating a more suitable living environment for them to thrive in.


Sedalia Water &        $235,000       SL-1        Public Facility    215 clients        4%
Sanitation District:                              (People)
Water Filtration
System

Performance Measurement Statement: A water filtration system will be installed to improve
the District’s ability to maintain a safe water supply for the 215
residents and local businesses who access the system, this work will help ensure a suitable
living environment is maintained within the District.




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AFFIRMATIVELY FURTHERING FAIR HOUSING

Douglas County is strongly committed to affirmatively furthering fair housing. The CDBG
program provides a platform from which to affirmatively further fair housing, and partners
with other County departments and local organizations that promote self-sufficiency, to help
residents strive toward meeting their basic needs and essentially reducing the barriers to fair
housing. The program funds various public service projects and provides support through
the combined efforts of our Subgrantees and other partners that participate in these efforts.
This reduces discrimination and leads to self-sufficiency for Douglas County’s at-risk
residents most in need of assistance.

There are several examples of programs funded by the Douglas County CDBG program that
affirmatively further fair housing, and in turn, promote self-sufficiency. An example of this is
the Down Payment Assistance program administered by the Douglas County Housing
Partnership, which allows young families to purchase their first home, and in turn helps
stabilize families and neighborhoods, while increasing the workforce available to local
businesses. Programs administered by the Audio Information Network, Castle Rock Senior
Center and Rebuilding Together support the County’s elderly population by allowing them to
remain living in their own home as involved members of the community. These types of
programs promote independent, active living which ultimately reduces health care costs.
These programs are critical to the fabric of our community. The County’s CDBG program
also supports organizations such as the Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center,
Douglas Elbert Task Force and the WrapArounD program that help families who have
suffered through crime, victimization or other personal hardships. These organizations
provide the vital assistance these families need to help ease them through difficult life
transitions and toward self-sufficiency.

According to the Civil Rights Division of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, a
total of 11 claims have been filed in Douglas County since 2004. To confirm the
atmosphere in Douglas County was conducive to fair housing, the County contracted with
BBC Consultants in 2005, to complete the County’s initial Analysis of Impediments to Fair
Housing Choice report (AI). Consideration was given to all incorporated jurisdictions within
the County in the report. The Board of County Commissioners adopted the AI as an
amendment to the Consolidated Plan in August of 2005. A complete discussion of the
impediments identified is available in the published report. The AI identified the following
four impediments to fair housing in Douglas County: lack of affordable housing, lack of
easily accessible information about fair housing, NIMBYism and discrimination.

The following table lists the projects allocated funding in 2009 and which of the four
impediments to fair housing each project addresses. In addition, Community Planning and
Sustainable Development staff will begin updating the Analysis to Impediments (AI) in 2010.
Through this update, staff expects that an additional impediment identified may be the need
for increased education and further awareness of fair housing issues.




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Table 4 Matrix of Impediments addressed by 2009 Projects


                                             Impediment Addressed
                                  Lack of
                                              Lack of
          Activity               Affordable             NIMBYism Discrimination
                                            Information
                                  Housing

Douglas County
Housing Partnership:
Home Ownership Program


Rebuilding Together Metro
Denver: Housing Rehabilitation


Douglas/Elbert Task Force:
Emergency Rent Assistance


Douglas/Elbert Task Force:
Emergency Overnight Lodging
and Utility Assistance


Douglas County Youth
Initiative: WrapArounD
Facilitator


Women’s Crisis Family
Outreach Center: Therapeutic
Counselor


Douglas County Human
Services Department:
Emergency Mortgage
Assistance


Sedalia Water and Sanitation
District:
Water Filtration Improvements


Douglas County Planning
Services Division:
Grant Administration




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Douglas County has been actively working towards addressing the impediments to fair
housing discussed above. This section outlines the activities undertaken by County staff
and their community partners to address these impediments to fair housing choice within
Douglas County. Through the Consolidated Plan, County staff has certified that they will
continue to work toward the elimination of these impediments by strengthening their
partnerships with lenders, developers, and realtors, and providing education to practitioners
about fair housing. The activities listed below that affirmatively further fair housing address
several of the identified potential impediments.

       To directly address the four impediments outlined in the AI, Douglas County co-
       hosted a Fair Housing Forum on April 29, 2010, with Arapahoe County. The purpose
       of the Forum was to provide education to the public and to celebrate April as Fair
       Housing Month honoring the progress made in providing fair housing opportunities to
       U.S. citizens. To offer educational opportunities to the broadest range of people in
       the housing industry, renters, homebuyers, real estate professionals, Home Owners
       Associations, property managers and government employees were identified in both
       counties and invited to attend the event. The goal was to provide fair housing
       education and help the targeted groups understand their rights and responsibilities
       under the Fair Housing Act.

       Staff from both Counties promoted the event through outreach activities and took
       every opportunity to personally discuss fair housing issues when inviting people to
       the event. A press release, video public service announcement, newspaper ads, a
       special website link, flyers, use of local television stations, and housing industry and
       local government newsletters were the primary methodologies used to market the
       event. The outreach activities raised awareness of fair housing issues and
       generated interest in the topic, even among the people who were unable to attend
       the Forum.

       The event was held at the Arapahoe County Building in Littleton, with 75 participants
       in attendance for the daytime session and 15 participants for the evening session.
       Participants could choose from eight workshops during the daytime sessions and two
       workshops in the evening. Resource tables were available during both sessions.
       Fair housing experts were on hand for private consultations to answer individual
       questions regarding housing discrimination.

       The keynote speaker for the event was General Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bryan
       Greene, from the HUD Headquarters Office of Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity in
       Washington D.C. During the month of April, Mr. Greene traveled across the nation to
       many events, and stated that “…this is one of the best Fair Housing events I have
       attended this month.” He also complimented Douglas and Arapahoe Counties during
       his keynote address for collaborating on the event. A full description of the speakers
       presenting and the sessions offered at the Forum are included as Appendix I of this
       report.




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The County also addresses the impediment of lack of affordable housing through the
Planned Development zoning process, through which developers, planners and
residents negotiate agreed upon ratios of attainable housing scheduled to be
included in new housing developments. An example of this process is the Sterling
Ranch Planned Development, currently under review by the County. The Planned
Development proposes that 3% or 360 dwelling units be deemed attainable and sets
build-out thresholds for achieving these target numbers.

The Community Planning and Sustainable Development Department continues to
reduce processing time and maintains public notification requirements while
providing high quality review for cases. From 2002 to 2009, processing times have
been reduced significantly including: full Site Improvement Plans (SIP), 10 months
being reduced to approximately 6 to 8 months, and then further reduced to 3 months
in 2010; Minor Modifications have been reduced from 35 days to less than one week
in almost all cases; and Use by Special Reviews (USR), 13½ months to
approximately 8 to 12 months, and then further reduced to 5-6 months in 2010.

The Department has continued to work toward reducing processing times as part of
the Planning Division's recent restructuring efforts. The County formed a fast track
subcommittee to evaluate various land use application processes to determine
where to make enhancements and improvements. Many changes were ultimately
made that served to speed review and allow for more efficient processing of several
types of land use applications. The approach taken was three-fold; first, the
subcommittee undertook a comprehensive review of current business practices
relative to land use applications and implemented ways to streamline development
review; second, an analysis of the existing regulations took place to identify changes
required that currently hinder rapid processing; third, a culture change began that
fostered a “presumption of approval” climate within the organization. These changes
have resulted in faster processing times, and a customer service driven approach to
land use application processing.

When formulating recommendations regarding proposed
residential projects to the Planning Commission and Board
of County Commissioners, the Planning Division applies the
policies adopted in the Douglas County 2030
Comprehensive Master Plan (CMP), which was adopted in
April of 2008. Under Section 6, “Community Services” there
is a discussion of affordable housing needs, including the
housing needs of persons with disabilities and seniors. The
CMP states: “community services goals, objectives, and policies work to provide a
variety of housing choices to meet the needs of a diversifying population. A diverse
housing stock can accommodate people of all lifestyles and life stages, from young
adult to families and seniors.” The Plan also introduces the concept of cash-in-lieu of
affordable housing and identifies the Douglas County Housing Partnership as the
recipient of these funds, allowing them to further the efforts of affordable housing
within the County. The County’s CMP contains numerous objectives for addressing
affordable housing needs. These objectives include:

   •   Provide a variety of housing types;
   •   Provide housing that meets the needs of seniors;
   •   Provide housing that meets the needs of people with disabilities;


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   •   Promote the development of attainable housing; and
   •   Create incentives for, and remove barriers to, attainable housing.


The DCHP provides housing services to residents of unincorporated Douglas
County, Lone Tree, Parker, and Castle Rock. The DCHP educates their housing
clients on fair housing laws. Prospective recipients of the down payment assistance
program are required to attend a homebuyer class where fair housing policy is
discussed in detail and each participant is given the brochure titled “Fair Housing It’s
Your Right”. In addition, these classes provide a significant amount of information to
clients on the full spectrum of the home buying process. The information can give
them a sense of empowerment during the purchase of their first home, while
reducing the instances of foreclosure.




         Fair Housing Brochures in Spanish & English


Each agency that enters into a Subgrantee Agreement with Douglas County for
CDBG funds must comply with certifications and contract provisions of fair housing
requirements. The County monitors agencies that create and supply housing very
carefully to ensure there is no discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, disability, or familial status.

The Douglas County website has been redesigned to provide information regarding
fair housing; including a link to the HUD Office of Fair Housing and Equal
Opportunity where residents can access information and a complaint form if they feel
they have experienced housing discrimination. The County has also identified
Jennifer Eby as a resource for residents with questions regarding Fair Housing and
how to make a formal complaint if they feel they have been discriminated against.
During the 2009 program year Jennifer has received 3 calls related to housing
discrimination, in all cases the callers were referred to appropriate agencies.

Community Planning and Sustainable Development (CPSD) staff works with citizens
on an on-going basis to help them understand the development review process,
basic principles of planning, and the need to provide services to all residents of
Douglas County. These interactions occur through phone inquiries, when residents



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       come to the Department, or when we receive letters that require a response. The
       Public Assistance (PA) Planner is now located in the CPSD reception area to greet
       the public when they come into the office, to answer planning and development
       questions. The P.A. gives a variety of community presentations to provide
       educational opportunities at public meetings, and to civic organizations and local
       schools.

       The PA attended the Fair Housing Forum to deepen his understanding of fair
       housing issues, and attended the CDBG Advisory Board Meeting when James
       Whiteside, from HUDs office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity gave a short
       presentation on fair housing. The PA will also be the planner to review the Douglas
       County zoning code for compliance with Section 504. In addition, the Department
       offers free CD’s to the public for easier access to public documents, plans, forms,
       and other information, including the CDBG 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan. Education
       and information regarding the effects of housing discrimination is important to
       counteract NIMBYism.

       CDBG staff conducted an extensive public outreach process to gather input from
       County residents and stakeholders to update the County’s Consolidated Plan for the
       2009-2013 CDBG program years. During this process, staff created a Community
       Survey which focused on community service-related topics including, economic
       development, infrastructure improvements, affordable housing, and public services
       and facilities. Several questions were designed specifically to provide direct input
       related to Fair Housing. One of the survey questions asked “How often do you hear
       of discrimination in the housing market based on class, race, disability, or other
       factors”? Another question asked “Have you personally experienced discrimination
       in the housing market”? The results of this survey, displayed below in Figures 3 and
       4, will be a valuable tool to help staff understand and address the greatest needs of
       the income-qualified residents of Douglas County and help shape funding priorities
       and policy decisions during the next five years.



Figure 3
                                                               Unsure
                                                                13%
Survey Question:
Have you personally experienced                          Yes
discrimination in the housing market?                    12%




                                                                                 No
                                                                                75%




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Figure 4
                              Very Common                       8%
Survey Question:
How often do             Somewhat Common                                     21%
you hear of
discrimination
in the housing                        Rare                                             26%
market?
                               There is no
                                                         6%
                              discrimination


                                    Unsure                                                            40%

                                               0%   5%        10%    15%   20%   25%     30%   35%   40%    45%




       The Board of County Commissioners has instigated a new internet-based program to
       provide the public easy access to CPSD projects related to land development,
       housing and community services. By accessing the County’s home page, the new
       program will provide instant transparency and allow the public to learn about Board
       of County Commissioner Hearings, community meetings, land use proposals
       (especially new housing developments), and changes in the County’s zoning code.

       In 2009, the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) established 5 broad policy goals
       in order to provide a framework in which the County government strives to operate.
       The goals focus the County’s efforts on creating a high quality of life. These
       interdependent goals are personal and public safety, multi-modal transportation,
       economic foundations, natural resources, and community services. HUDs goals to
       provide decent housing, establish and maintain a suitable living environment, and
       provide expanded economic opportunities, are compatible with the County’s goals
       and interwoven with other departmental efforts to provide for the basic needs of the
       at-risk population. These local goals play a role in affirmatively furthering fair
       housing because they not only support the provision of diverse housing stock for all,
       they also support an integrated and vibrant community where all residents have the
       opportunity to thrive. The County’s efforts are reviewed by the BCC on an annual
       basis to assess progress in addressing these goals and to determine if resources are
       properly focused.


Financial Contribution To Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing

Douglas County’s financial contribution to affirmatively furthering fair housing has been
significant in the 2009 program year. The costs associated with Douglas County
affirmatively furthering fair housing are estimated based on the general and specific
activities completed during the program year. Generally 2-3 Douglas County staff members
are involved in preparing for or attending meetings that provide fair housing literature, or
where the Fair Housing Act is discussed. Staff time is estimated by the number of hours to
prepare for and attend meetings. Staff estimates that the average in-kind costs associated


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with affirmatively furthering fair housing is $25 per hour per CDBG staff member. Staff
estimates that a small percentage of our time is used to affirmatively furthering fair housing,
with the exception of the Fair Housing Forum held in April of 2010. That event was much
more time intensive, and was solely devoted to fair housing issues, so is calculated
differently. In addition, conditional resources were committed by the County to promote and
advertise the Fair Housing Forum from the Public Affairs staff. Their time for designing the
advertising and promotional materials is described below.

Costs for food, printing, and supplies for the Fair Housing Forum were shared between
Arapahoe and Douglas Counties. A total of $7,712 was the cost associated with the
supplies, printing and in-kind staff time, shown in the following breakdown, along with other
fair housing costs.

   •   Fair Housing Forum: In-kind staff time estimates equal $6,000
          o Supplies and printing: $462
          o Outreach efforts: $1,250

   •   Project Manager Training: 5% of staff time is estimated to cover fair housing
       issues, which equals $27

   •   Advisory Board: 10% of staff time is estimated to cover fair housing issues,
       during two meetings, which equals $40.

   •   Open House: 1 meeting for the Annual Action Plan, where fair housing materials
       were made available, which equals $10

   •   Fair Housing complaints: Staff received 3 phone calls from County residents
       who wanted information on fair housing discrimination. Discussions with each
       resident were approximately one hour each, at $25/hr = $75 in- kind staff time.

Total expenses for the 2009 program year that contribute to affirmatively furthering fair
housing were $7,824.




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ACTIONS ADDRESSING OBSTACLES TO MEETING UNDERSERVED
NEEDS

The current population for Douglas County is 293,521 and by the year 2030, County staff
expects the population to increase by 125,000 persons. As the increased need for
assistance is in part attributed to the population growth the County has experienced, we
expect to see the need for services increase. The County has experienced a marked
increase in cost of living over the last decade. Even with the economic downturn, the cost of
food and utilities continues to increase, and many families are struggling to make ends
meet. The cost of living in Douglas County rivals that of Vail and Breckenridge, so that
many families are living paycheck to paycheck. The residents that are most at risk are those
that are unemployed or underemployed and have severe financial difficulties. The Douglas
County Department of Human Services reports that their food assistance caseload
increased 54% from January 2009 to December 2009; the number of Medicaid clients
increased 55% from December 2007 to December 2009; the number of energy assistance
(LEAP) approvals increased by over 61% from the 2007-2008 program year to the 2008-
2009 year. More detailed demographic information related to the Douglas County at-risk
population is included in Appendix F. The Department has seen an increase in requests for
services that is attributable to a natural growth trend exacerbated by the economic downturn
beginning in mid-2008.

Another growing concern for the workforce population of Douglas County is illustrated in the
“Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2008: A Family Needs Budget,” prepared for the
Colorado Fiscal Policy Institute. This publication indicates that the self-sufficiency hourly
wage for a family of three, a single parent with one infant and one preschooler, must be at
least $30.31, or $64,014 annually, to remain self-sufficient and without assistance in
Douglas County.

Within Douglas County, 17% of jobs available are in the retail sector, and the average
annual retail wage in 2008 was $24,803. According to the study referenced above, it would
be very difficult for wage earners in the retail sector to achieve self-sufficiency. As another
example, 11% jobs within Douglas County are in food services with an average annual
wage of $16,180, which again would make it difficult to make ends meet, (source: Colorado
Department of Labor and Employment). Both the retail and food service job categories are
traditionally low paying and would not support self-sufficiency for residents.

Currently, Douglas County has the highest self-sufficiency index in the metro area, and is
the third highest in the state behind Summit and Pitkin Counties. However, there is
increased pressure on the County and the local non-profit organizations to provide services
to meet the unmet needs of the low- and moderate-income residents, while the number of
jobs available shrinks. From 2008 to 2009, Douglas County's average annual employment
decreased 4% with a loss of 3,635 jobs. This disparity has caused a strain on these
organizations. With the costs of energy, food, and gas continuing to rise there is an
increasing concern that the services that are currently being provided will not adequately
meet the anticipated needs as the population of the County continues to grow.




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Housing Needs Assessment

To satisfy HUDs requirements for the Consolidated Plan update and to obtain a clear picture
of housing in Douglas County, CDBG staff in Arapahoe and Douglas Counties partnered to
hire BBC, a research firm capable of completing a two-county Housing Needs Assessment.
The following summary offers pertinent results outlined in the Study relative to Douglas
County.

According to the 2008 Housing Needs Assessment, some needs within the Douglas County
community have yet to be met or adequately addressed. Housing is one of the most broad-
based needs in the County, in particular workforce housing. This assertion is born out by
the number of cost-burdened households in Douglas County. Cost burdened households
are those that pay more than 30% of their annual gross income on housing costs. In 2009,
29% of all Douglas County households were cost-burdened. And, of the households with
income less than $50,000, 78% were cost-burdened. Compared to the Nation, higher
shares of Douglas County households in each income level are cost burdened, as
demonstrated in the chart on the following page.

In Douglas County, 46% of renters earn less than $50,000. For households earning less
than $25,000, virtually no single family and multifamily products are available at their
affordability level. Households earning between $25,000-$35,000 would most likely
purchase from a limited number of multifamily units. Households earning between $35,000-
$50,000 could afford less than one-third of all multi-family units and just 1% of all single-
family units. The majority of the single-family homes are affordable to households earning
$100,000 or more.

However, on a positive note, renters in Douglas County are likely candidates to become
homebuyers. A renter household, earning at least $50,000, has a moderate amount of
multifamily housing stock to purchase in the County. Households earning $50,000 could
buy 31 percent of the multifamily stock for sale in 2008, about 550 units from which to
choose.

In 2007, 420 renter households—2% of all renter households in Douglas County, earned
less than $10,000 (this compares to 14 percent in Arapahoe County). These households
could only afford to pay a maximum $225 per month in rent without being cost burdened.
Douglas County has approximately 200 units affordable to these renters and rental
assistance vouchers—leaving a gap of 220 underserved households. In most communities,
the rental gap is highest at the lowest income levels. In Douglas County, this is not the case
as we have relatively few low-income renters, probably because there has never been much
housing stock available to serve them. Another 885 renter households (5%) need
apartments with rents of less than $450 to avoid being cost burdened. These households
earn between $10,000 and $20,000 per year. In 2007, these renters had approximately 400
affordable units and vouchers available to them, leaving a gap of 485 underserved
households. In addition, households earning between $20,000 and $35,000 were
underserved by almost 970 units priced between $450 and $800 per month.




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Figure 5
Share of Cost-Burdened Households in 2009 by Income Level


  100.0%


                    96.3%
   90.0%



   80.0%
            81.0%                      81.8%


   70.0%



   60.0%                                                  64.0%


                               56.3%
   50.0%



   40.0%                                                                  44.4%

                                                  37.1%
   30.0%



                                                                  24.6%
   20.0%



   10.0%                                                                             11.7% 12.9%


    0.0%
           Less than $20,000    $20,000 to         $35,000 to      $50,000 to       $75,000 or more
                                 $34,999            $49,999         $74,999

                                         Nation       Douglas County


As noted earlier, the job market is shrinking. Some of the few sectors forecasted for job
growth are retail and food services. People who work in these sectors are likely to be able
to afford to purchase a home priced at $51,000 to $158,000, which is well below the median
price. In 2007, only 4% of the homes listed for sale in Douglas County were in this price
range. And, of the renters earning less than $50,000, only 1% of the single family homes or
31% of the multi-family homes would be considered affordable to these wage earners. The
Study revealed a shortage of 1,670 units for households earning up to $35,000 per year.



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Other Actions Meeting Underserved Needs

Also related to housing, the only emergency shelters or transitional housing facility within the
County is the Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center (WCFOC). This 28-bed
emergency shelter facility is available to women and children in a crisis situation. Prior to
opening the new shelter in December 2009, the WCFOC has had to find other
arrangements for between 100 to 150 women and their children because the shelter was
usually at capacity. Now with the 28-bed capacity of the new shelter ( an increase of 16
additional new beds) the WCFOC expects to serve approximately 350 clients in shelter per
year. However, even with this new increase in capacity the WCFOC reports that it was at
capacity within just a few months of opening and is still forced to find other arrangements for
clients.

Needs for services for the at-risk population including: seniors, income-qualified, disabled,
homeless, and the unemployed, are on the rise. The spectrum on unmet needs for these
groups includes: the full continuum of housing, housing related services, case management,
emergency financial assistance, self-sufficiency supportive services, and free or low cost,
quality health, dental, and mental health services.

Underserved needs were further identified through the Human Needs Summit where staff
asked providers to complete a community needs survey, allowing them to identify strengths
and celebrate the successes of how well some needs were being addressed, and to
determine the most urgent needs of the at-risk population. The number one gap in services
identified through this process was a lack of public transportation, followed by a lack of
affordable housing and lack of health insurance.

In 2009, transit needs in Douglas County continue to be severely underserved, with non-
profit organizations and local government providing limited services with shrinking funds:

   •   The Castle Rock Senior Center provides approximately 550 rides per month within
       the town of Castle Rock and to some of the rural areas of the County. They had 12
       vehicles but are now down to 7 due to budget cuts. They serve seniors and the
       disabled using 100% volunteer drivers, and cover some of their costs with Title III
       grants from Douglas County.

   •   In the Town of Castle Rock, the local bus service (CATCO) has been reduced and
       will likely be eliminated in 2011 due to budget cuts. Approximately 109,000 trips
       were provided by CATCO in 2009. The Town is currently exploring possibilities to
       provide service to only the “transit dependent” residents of Castle Rock.

   •   In the Highlands Ranch Metro District, school children rely heavily on the existing
       “call-n-ride” service provided by the Regional Transit District (RTD) because the
       Douglas County School District has had to reduce the transportation they offer due to
       budget shortfalls. This creates problems for seniors and the disabled who would
       normally rely on the “call-n-ride” service, as it creates an increase in demand for the
       service. In addition, as RTD doesn’t serve the entire Highlands Ranch Metro District,
       bus services are not available to all residents.

   •   The Parker Senior Center provides a shuttle service within a ten-mile radius of the
       Town of Parker for seniors and the disabled. They provide about 250 trips per month



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       with 100% volunteer drivers in two vehicles. The Center recently lost Title III funding
       and are in need of additional funding and volunteers in order to continue this service.

Transportation to the rural, less populated areas in particular continues to be a problem, as
there is no local public transportation connecting the rural areas to the major population
centers. Regional transportation is limited and serves only the I-25 Corridor. Many people
are unable to afford gasoline for their car to get to work or access services through the
County. Case workers have reported some clients walking a many as fourteen miles to the
Department of Human Services because there are so few options for transit.

An additional underserved need identified by local agencies and governments is the lack of
demographics and information supporting the need for transit services. Douglas County
staff has developed a quarterly transit survey and distributed the survey through the
Douglas County Transit Solutions (DCTS) group. All DCTS members, whether they provide
transit services or refer people to transit service, were asked to begin documenting the
details of the trips their clients are making. The information gathered will be made available
to all Douglas County agencies and local governments who prepare grant applications. This
critical information will also be used to update the Douglas County Board of County
Commissioners and other elected officials on the state of transit in the County.

The lack of dedicated staff to oversee the development of a county-wide transit service
connecting population centers to rural areas is also a great need. The DCTS group was
recently awarded a grant from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to fund a
mobility manager for one year to help fill this need. This position will be charged with
establishing the organizational framework necessary in order to offer future transit services
within the County.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE), 90%
of Douglas County residents under age 65 had health insurance in 2007. But for those
residents with incomes at or below 200% of the poverty level, the rate of those with health
insurance dropped to 43%. These numbers demonstrate the percentage of the at-risk
population that is financially vulnerable to the cost of basic health care as well as medical
emergencies.




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LEVERAGING RESOURCES

Throughout the 2009 program year, Douglas County has made an effort to collaborate with
public and private partners to make the best use of the funding that is available through the
CDBG grant. In the majority of projects allocated CDBG funds in 2009, there have been
additional funding sources leveraged to provide an added benefit for the residents of
Douglas County. Non-profit agencies have been successful in identifying multiple funding
sources that, when combined with CDBG funds, have expanded their capacity to serve their
clients. The Douglas County CDBG program funding leveraged $992,653 in other funds
that will be combined with CDBG funds from the 2009 program year and CDBG-R funds.
There were approximately $1.46 in leveraged funds for every $1 provided through the 2009
allocation and $0.73 in leveraged funds for every $1 of CDBG-R funds allocated. Tables 5
and 6, below, illustrates the funding leveraged for each of the programs receiving CDBG
funds during the 2009 program year.

To assist Subgrantees and potential applicants in building organizational capacity and
successfully identify new funding sources to leverage with future CDBG funding
opportunities, a Funding Forum is being planned for November 10, 2010. The Forum will
bring together foundations and funding agencies with potential applicants to help them learn
about existing funding resources and provide them with an opportunity to network.
Representatives from the Denver Metro area’s top foundations and funding agencies have
been invited to attend, as well as representatives from Douglas County non-profits and local
governments.

TABLE 5 Leveraging of CDBG-R Funds

                                                         Leveraged          CDBG-R
             Source of Leveraged Funding
                                                          Amount            Funding

Douglas County Housing Partnership, Shared Equity                             $ 100,625
Program:

          Cash in Lieu                                       $120,000
          Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds           $ 35,000

                           Total Leveraging:                $155,000


Sedalia Water and Sanitation District                                          $115,000

         Matching Funds from Agency                           $   3,000

                            Total Leveraging:                 $ 3,000


Total Leveraged Funds for CDBG-R                            $158,000




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Table 6 Leveraging of 2009 CDBG Funds

                                                            Leveraged        2009 CDBG
             Source of Leveraged Funding
                                                             Amount           Funding

Douglas County Housing Partnership, Home                                       $ 197,000
Ownership Program:

          HOME funds                                          $    80,000
          Fees & donations                                    $    21,500

                             Total Leveraging:                $101,500


Douglas County Youth Initiative, Family Facilitator:                             $45,000

          Matching Funds from Agency                              $ 33,240
          Other government agencies                               $ 65,000
          Douglas County School District                          $ 70,000

                           Total Leveraging:                  $168,240


Douglas County Human Services                                                    $10,000

          Matching funds from Agency                               $ 3,600
          Other government agencies                                $ 3,000

                              Total Leveraging:                   $ 6,600


Douglas/Elbert Task Force, Emergency Housing                                     $25,000

         Matching funds from agency                               $ 33,850
         Other government agencies                                $ 11,150

                              Total Leveraging:               $ 45,000


Douglas/Elbert Task Force, Utilities & Overnight Lodging:                        $10,000

        Matching funds from agency                                $ 35,000
        Other government agencies                                 $ 70,000

                              Total Leveraging:               $105,000


Rebuilding Together:                                                             $34,000

        Matching funds from agency                             $ 9,865
        Volunteer Source                                       $ 12,000

                              Total Leveraging:                $21,865




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Table 6 Leveraging of 2009 CDBG Funds continued

                                                         Leveraged        2009 CDBG
             Source of Leveraged Funding
                                                          Amount           Funding

Sedalia Water and Sanitation District                                         $235,000

         Other government agencies                           $356,000

                            Total Leveraging:               $356,000


Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center                                       $14,000

         Other government agencies, foundations and           $ 30,448
         Individual sources

                            Total Leveraging:                $30,448


Total Leveraged Funds for 2009 CDBG Program Year            $834,653




MANAGING THE CDBG PROCESS

The Planning Division of the Community Planning and Sustainable Development
Department is responsible for the administration of the CDBG program for Douglas County;
the Department continues to work in partnership with the County Attorney’s Office, Finance
Department, and Treasurer’s Office to refine the policies and procedures of the program.
Over the last year, this collaboration has resulted in the following procedures, which are
meant to ensure compliance with the program while effectively managing the CDBG
process.

   Planning Division staff has worked with our Finance Department to develop a
   comprehensive system for tracking CDBG funds through the County’s financial software.
   Staff uses a framework of account numbers to view the amount of funds spent by the
   program year they were allocated, and by eligibility categories of projects. This tracking
   system has allowed our IDIS team, made up staff members from Community Services,
   the Finance Department, and the Treasurer’s Office, to monitor the financial aspects of
   the grant. The IDIS team has incorporated this system of checks and balances to use
   both the IDIS software and the County’s financial software, to ensure that drawdown
   requests from Subgrantees are properly reviewed and monitored for compliance with the
   grant. The process also ensures that the draws submitted to HUD through the IDIS
   software accurately correspond to the County’s financial records. The IDIS team has
   made it a priority to keep the Subgrantee accomplishment data current in the IDIS
   software.

   Douglas County partnered with Arapahoe County to complete a Joint Housing Needs
   Assessment with the help of a grant awarded from the Colorado Division of Housing
   (CDOH) in October of 2007. This assessment was completed on May 1, 2009, and
   contributed significantly to the 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan.




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During the 2009 program year, staff continued to use the Annual Risk Assessment,
which was implemented in 2007. Prior to 2007, staff completed an on-site visit with each
active project in order to monitor their compliance with the CDBG program. As the
County’s CDBG program has continued to grow over the years, visiting every project site
has become increasingly difficult to achieve. In an effort to expedite this process staff
has developed an Annual Risk Assessment, modeled from HUD’s annual assessment of
entitlement communities for the CDBG program. This assessment tool allows us to
determine the strengths and weaknesses of our Subgrantees with regard to their
administration of CDBG funds and projects. We feel the Annual Risk Assessment also
provides an indication of the capacity of the Subgrantee to handle additional Federal
funds in the future. The Risk Assessment Tool is included as Appendix D.




In order to encourage citizen participation and awareness of the County’s CDBG
program, the CDBG staff initiated the creation of a CDBG Citizens Advisory Board in
January of 2006. The CDBG Advisory Board was created to:

   •   make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) regarding
       matters related to the development, implementation, and evaluation of the CDBG
       program;
   •   make recommendations to the BCC about recipients of the Douglas County
       CDBG funds during each program year;
   •   assist in the development of strategic plans to address identified needs within the
       County in relation to community development, housing, and economic
       development; and
   •   provide insight to and serve as liaison for the BCC to the Douglas County
       community on issues related to community development, housing, and economic
       development.

This Board is made up of eleven Douglas County residents, including one member
appointed from each participating jurisdiction (including the Towns of Castle Rock,
Parker, and Larkspur and Cities of Lone Tree and Castle Pines North), and two
representatives from each of the three County Commissioner Districts.

The Board is integral in evaluating the applications for CDBG funding on a yearly basis.
The broad range of experience of the Board members assists staff in reviewing the
financial stability and viability of the organizations that apply for funding. In addition, the
Advisory Board members give presentations at public hearings, attend open houses,
and project management and application workshops.




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CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

The Citizen Participation Plan was updated as a part of the 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan.
The goals of the Plan are twofold: first, to ensure maximum participation in the Consolidated
Plan process among all populations and needs groups, and second, to ensure that the
issues and concerns identified are adequately addressed. The Citizen Participation Plan
also guides staff when preparing the Annual Action Plan, which includes the CDBG
allocations for each program year, the CAPER, and identifies when Substantial
Amendments to these documents are required.

Douglas County provides a variety of opportunities to involve County residents and solicit
their comments. Among these are Community Forums and Open Houses, hosted at
multiple locations, to discuss the goals and potential projects of the CDBG program. In
addition, public hearings with the BCC are scheduled to review and approve the Annual
Action Plan, the CAPER, and the Consolidated Plan.




Information about the CDBG program is available on the County’s website at
www.douglas.co.us/CDBG. The County’s website also provides access to all of the required
HUD documents in their draft stage and final reports. County residents may review these
documents online during their required public comment periods, as well as after the
documents are approved. Descriptions of projects and activities, and the amount of funding
awarded are also available. The website provides links to the service providers who were
awarded funds and administer the activities, allowing the public to better understand the
organizations participating in the program. DC 8, Douglas County’s local television network,
produced six videos showing some of the activities and accomplishments of Subgrantees.
These videos are available to review on the CDBG website and are shown at public
gatherings to help the residents of the County understand how the CDBG program benefits
our most at-risk populations.

In compliance with the Citizen Participation Plan, the 2009 CAPER was available for public
review and comment on October 14, 2010, for a fifteen-day period. CDBG staff submitted a
legal notice to the Douglas County News Press to advertise the 15-day notification period.
In addition, copies of the Draft 2009 CAPER were available for public input and review on
October 14, 2010, in the Philip S. Miller building at the first floor receptionist’s desk and the
Community Planning and Sustainable Development Department. The draft CAPER was
also made available on the Douglas County website, and through the Douglas County
Library system.




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INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE

The mission for the CDBG program is to improve the quality of life for low- and moderate-
income residents, by increasing access to decent and attainable housing, improving their
living environment, and expanding their economic resources. Since implementation of the
initial Consolidated Plan submitted to HUD in 2004, CDBG staff has worked to provide
successful applicants funding for programs and projects that addressed the priorities
outlined in the Consolidated Plan.        Applicants may include non-profit agencies,
governmental and quasi-governmental agencies and housing authorities.

Staff works with the non-profit community serving Douglas County to identify the needs of
the low- and moderate-income residents of the community and coordinates with them to
address gaps in the delivery system. We believe that, by combining the resources available
to the County with those of local jurisdictions and the non-profit organizations, these gaps
will begin to close. County staff has worked to establish partnerships with these community
stakeholders to combine resources for a coordinated response, providing a widespread
approach to address the current gaps in services.

The Douglas County Homeless Prevention Coalition (DCHPC) continues to provide an
example of this type of coordination. This group has met monthly since February 2005, to
discuss the issue of homelessness in the County. The group is currently developing a plan
to address homelessness within the County, and the steps to prevent lower-income
individuals and families from becoming homeless. The plan is currently being implemented.
This group consists of representatives from several, local non-profit organizations, faith-
based organizations, members of the business community, and County staff. During the
2009 program year, the group continued to raise awareness around the issue of homeless
prevention in Douglas County and was instrumental in the success of the Human Needs
Summit held in March of 2008.

The Douglas County Transit Solutions (DCTS) is an example of a coordinated effort to
address a gap in services. The focus of DCTS is to implement cohesive transit services for
the at-risk population, including elderly, handicapped and low-income residents of the
County. Currently, there are a limited number of service providers for transportation, and
the number has been shrinking. Especially during the economic downturn, there is a need
to strengthen these services in order to provide reliable transit services that can meet the
needs of our growing community. A business plan has been completed that help quantify
the gaps in transit services, and outlines steps to address those gaps within Douglas
County. A grant was recently awarded to Douglas County to hire a mobility manager to
begin implementing the steps outlined in the Business Plan. The first task will be to create a
framework in which to begin providing transit services to the at-risk population. The mobility
manager hired will begin by establishing a Local Coordinating Council will be the first critical
step in developing the transit service framework. DCTS has also printed and distributed
brochures that outline the transit services available, with scheduling information and phone
numbers of the transit agencies that serve Douglas County residents.

While DCTS has been making progress, economic conditions have forced local
governments to make difficult decisions about the transit. The Front Range Regional
Express (FREX) that travels the I-25 corridor between Colorado Springs and Denver has
eliminated the stop serving Douglas County. The shuttle bus system provided by the Town
of Castle Rock for its residents was first reduced significantly in 2009, and now is likely to be
eliminated in 2010 due to budget reductions.


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MONITORING

Ensuring compliance with Federal regulations is the responsibility of the Douglas County
CDBG program. The majority of the new Subgrantees that we work with in Douglas County
are typically inexperienced when it comes to complying with the requirements associated
with a Federal grant. During each of the monitoring visits described in the narratives above,
County staff requested feedback regarding the development and administration of the
County’s CDBG Program. In all instances the Subgrantees monitored indicated they were
satisfied with the technical assistance provided by CDBG staff. County staff strives to be as
responsive as possible to the needs of our Subgrantees. It is our belief that the easier this
process is for them to navigate, the more benefits they will be able to pass on to the low-
and moderate-income residents that they serve. Our goal is to provide our current and
prospective Subgrantees with the fundamentals of the grant program early in the process so
that there are no surprises at the end of the program year when it is time for them to report
their accomplishments. By providing an additional level of technical assistance we can
ensure their full cooperation and support in the successful completion of the projects and
activities.

All Subgrantees who receive Federal funding will be monitored for regulatory and statutory
compliance by the County’s CDBG Program. Informal monitoring in the form of phone calls,
emails, site visits and progress reports occur on an on-going basis. Through the Annual
Risk Assessment tool staff conducted a desk audit, monitoring all programs active during
the 2009 program year, during August and September of 2010.

Staff uses the Annual Risk Assessment tool, shown in the Appendix D, which is modeled
after HUD’s annual assessment of CDBG entitlement communities. We designed the tool to
expedite the annual monitoring of active projects while ensuring that we are effectively
evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of our Subgrantees with regard to their
administration of CDBG funds and projects. Each rating sheet includes a predetermined
criteria used to evaluate the Subgrantee, specific rating considerations, and point
assignments. This risk assessment also includes a scoring system, which is intended to
help identify a Subgrantee that may require additional technical assistance and provides
staff with an equitable tool to determine who should receive an on-site monitoring visit. The
Risk Assessment tool ranks Subgrantees from highest to lowest risk based on their
assessment score. Staff schedules on-site monitoring visits with Subgrantees designated
as a high risk according to rank order. Exceptions to an on-site monitoring will be
considered on a case-by-case basis. This tool is reviewed and revised on an as-needed
basis to ensure its effectiveness.

At the conclusion of the 2009 program year, 28 projects were evaluated using the Annual
Risk Assessment desk audit tool. Of these projects, three (3) were considered a high risk,
fifteen (15) were considered a moderate or medium risk, and ten (10) were considered a low
risk. On-site formal monitoring visits were determined in rank order beginning with
Subgrantees who received the highest scores. The following Subgrantee projects received
the highest scores on the Risk Assessment: 2008 Infrastructure Improvements (ARRA
funding) and 2009 Water Filtration Improvements (Sedalia Water and Sanitation District or
SWSD), 2007 Neighborhood Clean Up Program (Douglas County Community Planning and
Sustainable Development or CPSD), the 2009 Mortgage Assistance Program (Douglas
County Human Services or DHS), and the 2009 WrapArounD Facilitator Program (Douglas
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Two of the SWSD projects scored higher than any of the projects evaluated for the 2009
program year. Due to their scores, the CDBG Administrator determined the Sedalia Water
and Sanitation District would benefit from ongoing technical assistance as opposed to a
one-time monitoring meeting. CDBG staff has scheduled regular meetings and phone
conferences with the District as a means of offering the Subgrantee a more intensive
method of technical assistance which allows us to monitoring the progress of the project on
a regular basis. In addition, CDBG staff will attends the regularly scheduled SWSD Board
Meetings to provide technical assistance and interact with the full board as opposed to
coordinating solely with the project manager of the grants. By attending these meeting
regularly SWSD board members have easy access to CDBG staff for questions and
discussion.




Formal monitoring visits for the 2007 Neighborhood Clean Up Program, 2009 Mortgage
Assistance Program and the 2009 WrapAround Program were held in early October of
2010. All three programs are overseen by Douglas County staff and therefore benefit from
regular auditing and review through the County’s process.

On-site visits were scheduled in advance at the Subgrantees’ convenience, and emails were
sent confirming the time and date of the visit. During the visit each Subgrantee was asked
to respond to a number of questions designed to evaluate the agency’s practices regarding
eligibility, financial documentation, and reporting accomplishments. They were asked to
provide access to project files and financial information. Following each formal monitoring
visit, a completed monitoring form summarizing the visit and signed by the CDBG Planner,
was sent to the agency to document the monitoring.

The first on-site monitoring was held on October 4, 2010, for the Neighborhood Clean Up
Program. The monitoring included the review of project files and documentation for
compliance with the program, as well as discussion of the timely spending of their CDBG
allocation. Recently, two additional clean up events were successfully held in CDBG target
areas. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the CPSD staff has been unable to use the funds
in the time-frame set forth in the Subgrantee Agreement because the clean ups have
consistently come in under budget. Staff requested additional time to utilize the remaining
funds and to organize additional Clean Up events in the spring and summer of 2011, as the
success of the activities is weather dependent. CDBG staff reviewed the request in
accordance with HUD regulations and procedures, and has agreed to extend the
Subgrantee Agreement through the end of the 2010 program year. CDBG staff has
prepared an Annual Performance Evaluation based on the on-site monitoring and provided
a copy to the CPSD staff for their files.




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An on-site monitoring was held on October 5, 2010, for the 2009 Mortgage Assistance
Program. Funds were allocated to this Subgrantee, and a notice of award letter was sent to
the program manager on October 26, 2009. However, the Subgrantee Agreement wasn’t
executed until August 30, 2010, due to DHS staff turnover and workload. To date, funds
have not been expended for this project. Our focus for this monitoring was to encourage
their timely implementation of this program. CDBG staff emphasized the importance of
timely submission of draw down requests. Spending funds through this project is dependent
on client requests for mortgage assistance, and the project manager plans to advertise the
availability of this assistance through DHS case workers and non-profit organizations that
regularly provide emergency assistance to county residents. The program manager for this
project feels confident that this targeted outreach will generate more than enough clients to
fully utilize the funding within a few months time.

An on-site monitoring was held on October 5, 2010, for the WrapArounD Program. This
program scored higher on the assessment tool in 2009 then it has in previous program
years. This was somewhat unexpected because the program manager has been more
attentive to submitting draw requests on a regular basis during the 2009 program year.
However, the program is experiencing a heavy workload, making it difficult to attend to the
administrative duties of the grant, which influenced their final assessment score. The
monitoring meeting was held to initiate technical assistance and offer the project manager
the opportunity to ask questions and clarify program responsibilities. CDBG staff reviewed
the case files and demographics for families assisted through the WrapArounD Program.
Staff found that the needs and eligibility of each family receiving assistance through the
program are well documented.

CDBG staff completed an Annual Performance Evaluation based on the on-site monitoring
visit for each of the three projects monitored. The project managers were provided with the
Annual Performance Evaluation for their programs, and CDBG staff will follow up
periodically to offer technical assistance and ensure funds are drawn down in a timely
manner. CDBG staff ensured all program managers with active projects have the 2010
income limits and understand they need to update application forms using these limits.




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Table 7 2009 Risk Assessment Results




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SELF EVALUATION

The 2009 program year was the sixth year that Douglas County received CDBG funding as
an entitlement community. Douglas County was notified in 2003 of their eligibility to receive
CDBG funding as an Urban County. Since then, staff has been working on the development
and implementation of a quality, results oriented, CDBG program that will benefit the low-
and moderate-income residents of the County. Including the annual allocations from the
2004 through the 2009 program years, the CDBG investment in Douglas County to date has
totaled $4,751,151 (including the CDBG-R allocation of $215,625). As of the date of this
CAPER submittal, $304,622 or 38%, of the 2009 budget allocation had been expended.
This is a significantly lower percentage than the amount of 2008 budget spent at this same
point in time last year. This decrease in spending is being monitored by CDBG staff and
$100,000 in 2009 program year funding has already been reallocated through the 2010
application process. In addition, projects that are lagging in spending, such as the Sedalia
Water Filtration System and the Mortgage Assistance Program, have been identified for
intensive project management from CDBG staff in order to assist them in the timely
implementation of their projects.

In June of 2009, the County’s CDBG program was in compliance with HUD’s timeliness
requirement. The timely expenditure of Douglas County CDBG funds is an integral
component of the program and a high priority for staff. The CDBG program is successful
because we partnered with our Subgrantees to ensure that they are aware of the milestones
that they must meet for their activity to be successful, and the consequences of not using
these funds within the required time period. The CDBG Administrator continually monitors
and evaluates the status of projects that are not utilizing allocated funds within the agreed
upon time-period. Risk assessments are performed on a yearly basis for all active
programs. Based on the assessment scores and ongoing discussions with Subgrantees,
grant funds will be reallocated during the program year as necessary. A great deal of
progress has been made this year in spending down previous year allocations and
completing outstanding projects. Table 8 below indicates that for the 2004-2008 program
years the amount of allocated funds has nearly all been expended.


Table 8 Funding Spent by Program Year in 2009
Program
Year           Allocated              Spent              %

2004           $479,000.00            $479,000.00        100%

2005           $657,985.96            $657,985.96        100%

2006           $603,639.11            $558,543.81        93%

2007           $911,001.75            $899,340.75        99%

2008           $1,058,439.00          $698,875.10        100%

CDBG-R         $215,625.00            $211,951.06        98%

2009           $804,412.08            $304,621.95        38%




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Fiscal Accomplishments in 2009

As of the date of this report submittal a total of $1,103,721.35 in CDBG funds was
expended; this total includes funds allocated to projects during the 2006, 2007, 2008, and
2009 program years. During the 2009 program year, the following 19 activities were
completed:

Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network              2007 Psychiatric Services
Audio Information Services of Colorado              2008 Audio Information Services
Castle Rock Senior Center:                          2008 Volunteer Coordinator
Castle Rock Senior Center:                          2006 Wellness Program
Developmental Pathways                              2006 Group Home Expansion
Douglas County CPSD:                                2007 Zoning Rehabilitation
Douglas County Youth Initiative:                    2008 WrapArounD Facilitator
Douglas/Elbert Task Force:                          2007 Overnight Lodging
Douglas/Elbert Task Force:                          2008 Overnight Lodging/Utilities
Douglas/Elbert Task Force:                          2008 Emergency Utilities Assistance
Douglas/Elbert Task Force:                          2008 Emergency Rent Assistance
Douglas/Elbert Task Force:                          2008 Trash Compactor for Food Bank
Douglas County Housing Partnership:                 2007 Shared Equity Program
Douglas County Housing Partnership:                 2008 Homeownership Program
Douglas County Housing Partnership:                 2008 CDBG-R Shared Equity Program
Sedalia Water & Sanitation District                 2008 Water System Improvements
Town of Parker                                      2008 Neighborhood Clean Up
Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center:          2008 Community Support Center
Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center:          2009 Therapeutic Program

Stimulus Funding

During the 2008 program year, Douglas County received a one-time allotment of $215,625
as a result of the stimulus package known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
(ARRA), passed by Congress in February of 2009. Douglas County allocated these funds to
2 projects. The Douglas County Housing Partnership received an allocation of $100,625 for
their Shared Equity Program, and the Sedalia Water & Sanitation District received $115,000
for a water infrastructure improvement project. A more in depth description of these projects
is included as part of the 2009 Program Year Accomplishments beginning on page 9. At
this point, $211,951 or 98% of these funds have been spent and 2.1 FTEs have been
created through these combined projects. In addition, staff has consistently submitted
timely quarterly reports regarding these projects through the federalreporting.gov website.

In addition to ARRA, the Federal Government established the Neighborhood Stabilization
Program in 2008 for the purpose of stabilizing communities that have been impacted by
foreclosures and abandoned residential properties. Grants were awarded to entitlement
communities based on a formula generated by HUD to address areas suffering the most
serious effects of foreclosure. Douglas County received a $3.6 million dollar allocation
through the State of Colorado Division of Housing.




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Technical Assistance

CDBG staff has made considerable efforts to increase the technical assistance available to
applicants, Subgrantees, and Douglas County staff prior to submittal of a formal application
and in the early stages of awarding the grant. The technical assistance is intended to help
those who are considering an application for funding, to understand the process, program
requirements, and deadlines. Staff is confident this will alleviate any barriers Subgrantees
may experience in utilizing allocated funds within a 12-month period and will help them meet
their reporting requirements. Douglas County staff also reaches out to provide technical
assistance through additional outreach opportunities such as open houses, community
meetings, newspaper articles and advertising. These efforts also helps generate interest
and participation in the CDBG program.

The most important aspects of technical assistance provided during the 2009 program year
were the updated CDBG application for funding and the development of an instruction sheet
which explains the application in detail. The application was revised for clarity and
questions were added to streamline the process. This helped applicants prepare a quality
submittal in a reduced amount of time. The instruction sheet was written to help applicants
understand why the questions are being asked and what we need to know to consider them
for funding. The instruction sheet is included as Appendix H. We found that as the quality
of the applications increased our review time was significantly reduced.

The Douglas County CDBG website is particularly helpful in providing technical assistance
to potential applicants and Subgrantees, who can access the information at their
convenience. The website lists upcoming training opportunities, application deadlines,
report forms, and offers easy downloading of the 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan, and recent
Annual Action Plans and CAPERs. It also allows the Douglas County community to learn
about program basics, provides information to affirmatively further fair housing, announces
public comment periods, and advertises open house and Advisory Board meeting
opportunities.

A CDBG Newsletter was mailed out in October of 2009 to announce important dates and
deadlines for the program, and to announce the Project Management Training and the
Application Workshop, invite feedback on the 2008 CAPER draft, and provide links to the
CDBG website. The Newsletter was sent out to offer additional information and assistance
to Subgrantees and also to provide ample opportunities for potential applicants to increase
their understanding of the CDBG process. The newsletter is attached as Appendix G.




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On December 4, 2009, staff held an application workshop to explain the CDBG program and
provide prospective Subgrantees with technical assistance regarding the application
process. Staff guided participants in how to present a compelling and complete picture of
their organization to the CDBG Advisory Board through their application, and answered
questions. The workshop was attended by twelve (12) participants. The feedback we
received from our Subgrantees regarding this workshop was very positive. They found the
information presented to be helpful as they were preparing their application for submittal.
Due to these workshops, the CDBG Advisory Board and staff have seen improvement in the
quality and consistency of the applications received for the 2010 program year.

A Project Manager training was also held on December 4, 2009; this is a required training
for all new recipients of CDBG funding. Subgrantees who have received previous grants
are also encouraged to attend. The training was attended by 6 participants, who were given
a comprehensive CDBG Project Manager guide. This guide was developed as a desk
reference providing the Subgrantees with guidance that is easily available. Project
Managers were also given a virtual tour of the CDBG webpage so that they would be
familiar with the resources available on the County’s website. The purpose of the training
is to explain their responsibilities and review the reporting and draw down procedures and to
guide them in the successful completion of their projects and activities.

Fair Housing Forum

The Fair Housing Forum was initiated by Douglas and Arapahoe Counties to provide fair
housing education and help affirmatively further fair housing in our communities. The Forum
offered educational opportunities to the people in the housing industry, such as real estate
professionals, Home Owners Associations, property managers and government employees,
and included renters and homebuyers as well. The goal was to provide fair housing
education and help the targeted groups understand their rights and responsibilities under
the Fair Housing Act. The event was well attended, with 75 participants at the daytime
session and 15 participants at the evening session. There were eight workshops during the
daytime sessions and two workshops in the evening. Resource tables were available during
both sessions. Fair housing experts were on hand for private consultations to answer
individual questions regarding housing discrimination.

Funding Forum

With the downturn in the economy, non-profit organizations, human service agencies and
local governments have been struggling to keep up with the increased demand for
assistance and for those who want to expand existing services. CDBG staff is hosting the
Funding Forum in November of 2010, to help connect these organizations with funding
agencies, foundations and supportive organizations. Our goal is to help the organizations
serving Douglas County residents build organizational capacity and increase their funding
opportunities. In the process of planning and hosting the event, staff’s secondary goal is to
continue building awareness of the CDBG program and locate and inform potential
applicants of the funding opportunities through CDBG.




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Staff Training

Also during the 2009 program year, County staff took advantage of several local training
opportunities, including:
       • CDBG Financial Training in November 2009;
       • HUD Davis Bacon Training in March 2010;
       • HUD Environmental Training in April 2010;
       • HUD Federal Cross Training in May 2010;
       • Colorado NAHRO conference in May 2010 and;
       • HUD IDIS training in June 2010.

These trainings provide staff with the resources and tools needed to provide relevant
technical assistance to Subgrantees before problems arise.




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LEAD-BASED PAINT

Lead-based paint poisoning is a rising concern for all Federally funded agencies, as new
requirements affect not only existing housing, but new development as well. For the most
part, the housing stock found within Douglas County is relatively new, and the risk factor
related to homes built prior to 1978 does not apply to the majority of housing within the
County, because approximately 94% of the housing in Douglas County was built after 1978.

Staff has met with counterparts in the City of Aurora to discuss their lead-based paint
policies and practices. Aurora has developed effective lead-based paint practices, which
they shared with County staff. The County is interested in exploring lead-based paint
practices utilized in other jurisdictions. In June of 2008, CDBG staff attended a “lead Safe
Work Practices” training. This training provided critical background information on lead
based paint regulations.

Douglas County is exploring options to address lead based paint as the need arises. CDBG
staff oversees a Minor Home Repair program. Applicants who live in a pre-1978 home will
receive testing for lead based paint when warranted by the age of the home and the repairs
requested. County Building staff attended a 3-day training to test for the presence of lead,
and will be certified by the State of Colorado in the fall of 2010. In addition, Community
Planning and Sustainable Development staff developed a map of Douglas County that
identifies all of the parcels with a residential structure built prior to 1978. This helps staff
identify housing within the County that has the potential risk of lead-based paint, which will
require further investigation. The map is located on the following page.




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Figure 7
Locations of Housing Stock Built Prior to 1978




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HOUSING

FOSTER & MAINTAIN AFFORDABLE HOUSING

The objectives outlined in the Consolidated Plan that address affordable housing are:
Objective 1: to provide affordable home ownership opportunities; and Objective 2: to
preserve and/or create affordable rental opportunities. The County CDBG program supports
projects that offer homeownership opportunities to income-qualified residents who typically
earn between 60-80% of area median income (AMI). There is currently a large gap between
the number of residents in this group and the housing stock available at a price point they
can afford.

Promoting homeownership is important because it provides a stable environment for families
and neighborhoods, adds a sense of security, and contributes to safer, stronger
communities. Home ownership represents a significant source of household wealth. To
facilitate homeownership, Douglas County Housing Partnership (DCHP) has instituted a
Workforce Home Benefit Plan that is available to the employees of the Douglas County
School District. The School District currently employs 7,000 teachers, administrators and
support staff. It is estimated that 50% of their teachers are forced to commute to work each
day because they cannot afford to live in the County. This plan works with School District
employees to help them face the challenges of homeownership, including a lack of
information about the home buying process, credit issues, insufficient funds for down
payment, and a shortage of affordable housing. Through the Workforce Home Benefit Plan
employees have access to the tools and information they need to buy a home. The plan
also provides resources for home buyer education as well as financial assistance to help
with down payment and closing costs

The DCHP has been offering foreclosure counseling since November of 2006. Counseling
services are directed toward Douglas County residents who are in danger of foreclosure. To
qualify, potential clients must prove Douglas County residency, meet the low- and moderate-
income qualifications and meet FHA guidelines. The DCHP will work with them to develop a
monthly budget, and identify the financing options available to them. If the client is able to
pursue an alternative financing option, then the DCHP will work with their lender and the
Public Trustee’s office to stop the foreclosure process. Even with the DCHP offering
counseling, the number of foreclosure filings has increased every year. The total in 2009
was 23% higher than in 2008, even though the housing stock only increased 1%. The total
for 2009 foreclosure filings in Douglas County was 2,680. Foreclosure filings in the first 3
quarters of 2010 continue at a brisk pace, but are down 9% compared to the same time last
year. The map on the following page illustrates the general location and number of families
on whom a foreclosure was filed in 2009.




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Figure 8
County-Wide Foreclosure Filings for 2009




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In an effort to be more proactive against the escalating foreclosures in the County, the
DCHP responded by assisting homeowners in resolving their foreclosure issues through
education and counseling, and by acting as a mediator between homeowners who are
facing foreclosure, and their lenders. The foreclosure process typically takes 5-7 months
from when a home is first identified until the homeowner is served an eviction notice.
Without intervention, this process could be completed in as little as 4 months.

While there is no public housing in the County, Lincoln Pointe Lofts, Oakwood Apartments,
and Reyn Rock Apartments offer affordable rental units. Oakwood has 64 units of
affordable senior housing in the Town of Castle Rock, which is centrally located in the
County. Reyn Rock has 33 units geared to independent senior living in downtown Castle
Rock. Lincoln Pointe Lofts offers 221 affordable units that are particularly well suited to
retail and service sector workers, which is the fastest growing employment sector in Douglas
County. Through a partnership with the DCHP, the County allocated funds towards the
development of the second phase of this development. Lincoln Pointe Lofts is in an ideal
location, offering convenient access to bus and light rail transit. It is located within the
Meridian International Business Center, which is in the southern portion of the Denver Tech
and Inverness Centers, the largest job center in the State of Colorado.




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SPECIFIC HOUSING OBJECTIVES

Housing Costs: A Challenge for the Average Worker

Affordable housing in Douglas County is scarce, especially for people who work within the
lower wage sectors of employment, like the retail and service sectors. According to
statistics from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, the retail trade industry
averaged 15,109 jobs in Douglas County in 2009, or 17% of all employment in the County,
making it the largest industry in the County. Also, in comparing the first quarter 2010
average weekly wages for retail workers in Douglas County to the Denver MSA and the
State of Colorado, Douglas County wages ranked lowest, with the Denver MSA at $504,
Colorado at $488, and Douglas County at $447. In fact, Douglas County ranks seventh
among seven Metro Area counties for average weekly wages in the retail trade industry.
The lower wages in Douglas County, coupled with the fact that energy, food and healthcare
costs are on the rise, emphasizes the need for affordable housing options for many service
and retail workers.

The local housing stock includes very few starter homes. According to DataQuick
Information Systems, during the second quarter of 2010, the median sale price for a home in
Douglas County was $285,814, which marks the second highest cost of housing in the
Denver Metro Area. In comparison, in first quarter of 2010, the average annual wages in
Douglas County were $52,104. Further breakdown by industry shows average annual
wages for retail trade at $23,244, and for accommodation and food services at $15,704
during the first quarter of 2010 (source: Colorado Department of Labor and Employment).
According to a study completed for the South Metro Business Partnership entitled
“Residential Realities: Housing the South Corridor Workforce”, an individual or household
earning an annual salary of $20 per hour can afford to purchase a home that costs $125,000
or less. Therefore, this worker can afford to purchase 1.4% of the housing stock in Douglas
County, with a 7%, 30-year conventional mortgage. Current Douglas County wages,
coupled with the high cost of housing, as well as the overall increase in utilities, and food,
makes it challenging for a large portion of the working population to buy a home in the
County.


Down Payment Assistance

In response to this situation, Douglas County funds the Homeownership Program (HOP)
and the Shared Equity Program (SEP), providing down payment assistance and closing
costs through the DCHP. This program also receives HOME Investment Partnership funds
from the State of Colorado. This is the sixth year that this service has been available. As
the beneficiaries of this program have been qualified at approximately 68% AMI, it is unlikely
that any of the applicants would have been able to successfully take this step without the
down payment and closing cost assistance provided by these essential programs.

In the future, Douglas County will continue to address affordable housing by providing
financial support to developers or non-profit agencies that are exploring affordable rental
housing projects through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) and through
Private Activity Bond (PAB) Cap that the County receives on an annual basis.




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Public Housing Strategy

Currently, no public housing exists within Douglas County.


Barriers to Affordable Housing


The County has been working to reduce barriers to affordable housing, and thereby
affirmatively furthering fair housing, by encouraging new housing construction that is
affordable to a wide variety of persons/households, as well as supporting the retention of
existing affordable housing stock. Through the Comprehensive Master Plan (CMP), the
County is implementing an attainable housing policy. Three groups are targeted to receive
attainable housing: 1) homeowners earning between 50-80% of AMI; 2) renters earning less
than 50% of AMI; and 3) low-income seniors. The following are specific strategies outlined
in the CMP to meet the attainable housing objective.

           Establish a program whereby County application fees and other fees for
           attainable housing can be reduced, delayed, or waived, and encourage special
           and metropolitan districts and municipalities to do the same.

           Give projects that include attainable housing priority within the planning review
           process.

           Develop flexible County standards to encourage attainable housing.

The County encourages attainable housing to be incorporated into residential development
plans through the attainable housing program. The number and price of attainable housing
is agreed upon through negotiations between developers and the Planning staff to create a
residential development plan. Additionally, Douglas County has negotiated cash-in-lieu
payments as an alternative to providing units in development plans. Such cash-in-lieu
payments are used by the DCHP for the creation and retention of affordable housing
throughout the County. The County will continue with these efforts in order to address the
barriers to affordable housing for our lower income residents.

Costs of development continue to be an immense barrier to affordable housing in Douglas
County. The cost of land being at a premium, plus water being a resource of paramount
concern, both contribute to increase the costs of development in Douglas County. For these
reasons, it is extremely challenging to develop in this County without having multiple funding
sources in place. It is difficult to build multifamily residential developments that serve
persons/households in the 40 – 80% of AMI. Even the 60 – 80% AMI developments have to
include market rate units within their development in order to be financially feasible.

In relation to affordable housing projects, another aspect to consider is how to combat
NIMBYism. Long time residents often resist rezoning or subdividing land that will
accommodate affordable housing because they fear a drop in property values and a change
in their life-styles. In recent projects, affordable units are integrated into the entire
development, instead of clustering all the units together. This technique has helped to offset
the stigma of the affordable units, and does not appear to detract from the ability to attract
buyers in a variety of price ranges.



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HOMELESS


CONTINUUM OF CARE STRATEGY

The barriers to affordable housing outlined in the section above continue to prevent low-and
moderate-income individuals from obtaining an affordable or stable living situation. In
January of 2009, the Point in Time Study indicated a very low number of homeless
individuals in Douglas County. This small number does not reflect the full story, as the
larger issue is one of the people at risk of homelessness. The Study cannot take into
account the true number of people who transition from place to place, living with family or
friends, searching for the right opportunity for an affordable home of their own. The study is
not designed to reveal the families who move from one town or county to the next, looking
for better opportunities. The numbers in the Point in Time Study do not account for the
number of people who are served by non-profit organizations, County Human Services or
churches. Douglas County is extremely fortunate to have a number of solid organizations
who coordinate services and work together to provide assistance and stability to those most
at risk and in need of help.

The CDBG program supports the efforts of organizations offering support to the homeless
population and those who are at risk of becoming homeless. In some cases, the County
was able to provide some funding for programs supporting these services. When non-profit
organizations apply for funding to provide needed services to homeless and special needs
persons, they must document that the proposed services are consistent with the approved
Consolidated Plan. Staff wrote six Certificates of Consistency with the Consolidated Plan to
accompany grant applications from Douglas County non-profits. The following are general
descriptions of homeless providers operating in Douglas County.


DOUGLAS ELBERT TASK FORCE

                      The DETF strives to meet the most urgent needs of residents of
                      Douglas and Elbert County who are in financial distress and at risk of
                      becoming homeless. DETF helps them work through troubled times
                      with dignity. In 2009, the Task Force provided $862,974 in client-
                      assistance, this is a 16% increase over the assistance provided in
                      2008. The following is an summary of services were provided by
                      DETF during 2009:

   •   Each client receives one-on-one counseling. DETF
       provides quality screening, service delivery and
       meaningful referrals for clients. This past fiscal year
       (January – December 2009), they served 14,630
       people Over half the people who receive services
       are children.

   •   Task Force Volunteers provided 19,288 hours of
       service in 2009, valued at $401,972, the equivalent
       of 13.5 FTEs.      Community Service Volunteers


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    contributed an additional 6,451 hours, valued at $64,510, the equivalent of 2.15
    FTEs.

•   The Task Force conducts two off-site Food Banks monthly at low-income senior
    housing units, providing approximately $75,000 of food and hygiene assistance
    per year to senior citizens in need.

•   Food and toiletries: approximately 96% of clients receive these basic services. In
    2009, they distributed $522,031 in food, hygiene and household supplies, a 30%
    increase over 2008.

•   Housing assistance: DETF assists clients who present eviction or foreclosure
    notices with up to $250 in financial assistance in order to prevent homelessness,
    and help clients with security deposits to obtain new living arrangements. In
    2009 DETF provided $69,545 in assistance for 247 households.

•   Utility assistance (heat, electric, water) in the amount of $109,546 for 464
    households were provided.

•   Emergency overnight lodging was provided for up to 2 nights lodging for
    homeless or transient individuals and families for a total of $15,992 in assistance
    in 2009.

•   Transportation assistance is provided in the form of bus travel funds and gas
    cards to clients with verifiable job interviews or doctor appointments. In 2009
    DETF provided $3,677 in transportation assistance.

•   Prescription and Dental Assistance: DETF provided one-time prescription and
    dental assistance for verifiable emergency situations. Prescription and Dental
    expenses totaled $7,133 in 2009, an increase of 101% from 2008.

•   Clothing, Household Items: clients have the opportunity to “shop” at no cost in
    the Thrift Store for clothing, shoes, household items, and furniture. The Task
    Force distributed over 25,000 items from the Thrift Store in 2009 valued at
    $97,062, 21% more than 2008.

•   ID Documentation: the DETF assist clients in securing the documentation
    needed for housing applications, school and social services including Colorado
    State ID’s, birth certificates, police records, etc.

•   Information and Referrals: staff and volunteers make thousands of referrals
    annually connecting clients to other agencies and resources to provide long-term
    solutions to problems.

•   During the holidays, 214 families were sponsored by 94 different community
    individuals and organizations in 2009. Parents also are provided with birthday
    gifts for their children, or if their child needs a new gift to attend another’s
    birthday party if they cannot afford them.




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WOMEN’S CRISIS & FAMILY OUTREACH CENTER (WCFOC)

                 The Women’s Crisis & Family Outreach Center (WCFOC) is dedicated to
                 reducing domestic violence and family conflict through advocacy,
                 empowerment, violence prevention and intervention, services and
                 education. In 1985, a group of concerned women formed the "Douglas
                 County Task Force on Battered Women" with the goal of providing services
and support to victims of domestic violence. The Center remains the only comprehensive
domestic violence agency serving Douglas, Elbert, and Lincoln Counties, and is the only
shelter in Douglas County. The center provides a 24-hour crisis hotline, a new emergency
shelter, non-residential therapy for women and children, school-based violence prevention
and education services, and legal advocacy and financial planning.

On December of 2009 the WCFOC opened the doors of their new emergency shelter, 6
months earlier then they originally anticipated. This new facility provides critical, life
changing services to Douglas County residents who are the victims of domestic violence.
This new 9,000 square foot building increased the agency’s bed space from 12 to 28, and is
designed to serve about 350 clients each year. This facility allows the WCFOC to more than
double the amount of clients they are able to serve each year. The CDBG Program
contributed $212,500 to pay for soft costs related to the shelter’s construction. The total
cost of this new facility was $2,295,000. When women and their children are in imminent
danger from an abusive partner, they may stay in the shelter for approximately 45 days.
While in the shelter, they receive food, clothing, personal supplies, counseling, legal and
advocacy services, and referrals for other needs. The WCFOC assists clients with finding
jobs, housing and schools for their children, in fact, 85% of their clients leave the shelter for
a long-term safe environment where they can safely begin to rebuild their lives.


PARKER TASK FORCE (PTF)

          The Parker Task Force is an all-volunteer non-profit organization, which was
          founded in 1987 to assist residents of Parker, Franktown and Elizabeth who are
          in need of short term assistance. The PTF currently serves over 500 families;
          this is a 29 % increase over the number of families served during this same time
          period a year ago. Clients are limited to a total of 10 visits to be used as
needed. Clients are allowed to shop for themselves using a point system and receive up to
10-days worth of food and supply for their family each visit.

Food drives are organized by churches, schools, businesses and social organizations. The
Parker Task Force runs a monthly food drive at the local grocery stores, and for eight
consecutive years has been able to collect enough food to keep their “store” well stocked.
Many individuals provide donations to PTF throughout the year. They also coordinates
holiday programs to provide special meals and gifts to needy families at Easter,
Thanksgiving and Christmas.

In addition to its’ food bank, PTF provides a limited amount of financial assistance to help
clients with critical needs to prevent homelessness. Referrals are also given to clients when
they can benefit from the assistance of another agency.




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ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS MENTAL HEALTH NETWORK

                                             Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network
                                             provides     professional,      comprehensive,
                                             culturally inclusive mental health and
                                             substance abuse treatment services. The
                                             organization creates opportunities and
                                             environments that empower people to recover
                                             and improve their quality of life, and promotes
                                             public acceptance of mental illness.

ADMHN provides a variety of mental health services such as, child and family services,
adult outpatient and residential treatment services, substance abuse treatment, recovery
and rehabilitation, and pharmacy services. They currently operate facilities in Englewood,
Littleton, the Denver Tech Center, with their newest facilities located in Parker and Castle
Rock. These new facilities will help to expand the outpatient services in Douglas County.

ADMHN provides housing assistance to their clients who are disabled by their mental
illness. The housing coordinator for ADMHN provides referrals and assistance on a wide
variety of housing issues. In support of their clients, they often contact other housing
providers, emergency shelters, homebuyer and foreclosure assistance programs, and obtain
information on tenant rights and Fair Housing. In 2008, the ADMHN provided direct housing
assistance for their clients using the programs described below.


   Home Ownership Program: ADMHN set up this program and created a partnership
   with the Supportive Housing and Homeless Programs (SHHP) and Colorado Housing
   and Finance Authority (CHFA). ADMHN administers Section 8 vouchers that are then
   used to purchase as home. As of Program Year 2007, five (5) Section 8 clients used
   their vouchers to purchase a home.

   Section 8 Voucher Program: ADMHN supervises 120 HUD Section 8 vouchers that
   are available to assist consumers appropriate for independent living and in need of
   financial assistance. ADMHN also set up a Home ownership program in partnership
   with the Supportive Housing and Homeless Programs (SHHP) and Colorado Housing
   and Finance Authority (CHFA).

   Shelter Plus Care: Through this program, subsidized housing is available to homeless,
   low-income ADMHN clients. This program is designed to provide mental health services
   in addition to housing assistance. ADMHN supervises 21 Shelter Plus Care placements,
   for which ADMHN supplies direct care services.

   Additional services: ADMHN owns two HUD-financed, community-based residences:
   One is designated for male consumers and the other for female consumers. Consumers
   using this housing option are progressing toward independent living. Residents in these
   homes receive on-going case management to help them learn independent living skills.
   Each house has three bedrooms, and each house can accommodate three adults.
   These are currently being expanded using Arapahoe County CDBG funds to
   accommodate six adults each. In addition, through a partnership with Community
   Housing Development Association (CHDA), ADMHN has access to apartments that can
   be used for clients in three affordable housing complexes.


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SALVATION ARMY

             The Salvation Army is a religious organization committed to the relief of
             poverty, in order to benefit society or the community. The organization plays
             an active role in the County by providing faith-based programs for people who
             are homeless, elderly, unemployed, incarcerated in prison, or those in need of
             treatment for alcohol or drug addition.

In response to an increase in demand for assistance from Douglas County residents at the
Salvation Army’s Centennial and Englewood offices, they expanded their service area to
include Douglas County in 2007. The Salvation Army has partnered with the Douglas Elbert
Task Force in order to offer these services within Douglas County, and the Task Force has
donated office space to the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army’s office is open on
Tuesday afternoons when they provide rent, utility, and food assistance to help income-
qualified families to help them avoid homelessness.

SPECIFIC HOMELESS PREVENTION ELEMENTS

The Douglas County Homeless Prevention Coalition (DCHPC) was formed in late 2005 to
create a coordinated system of support for individuals and families in crisis in Douglas
County. The mission of the DCHPC is to eliminate the root causes of homelessness. They
serve as the tri-parte board, and identify community needs and ensure that Community
Services Block Grant (CSBG) is spent appropriately. During 2008 and 2009, the Coalition
met monthly to develop a strategy to address homelessness in our community. The DCHPC
has developed and distributed a pocket resource guide for Douglas County, which has
proved to be a valuable tool for service providers and residents, as it offers an overview of
the services available and identifies the key contacts for the agencies listed. The resource
guide is available in English and Spanish.

In 2008, the Coalition worked together on a resource fair that was held during the January
Point in Time count of the homeless. Coalition members staffed resource tables providing
information to individuals and families who were facing homelessness. During the resource
fair, back packs were distributed from a school supplies drive.

In 2009, the Coalition created a plan to address homelessness in Douglas County.             A
facilitator was enlisted to help the group create action steps to implement the plan.

During the year the Coalition members worked together to identify and bring additional
funding into the County to serve clients. Current funded programs include:

   A grant to the Douglas County WrapArounD Program to work with families to help them
   achieve self-sufficiency through mentoring, resource development, and working with that
   family to help them learn and utilize problem solving skills.

   A CSBG stimulus grant that will provide extensive services to TANF/Colorado Works
   families who are in the Child Welfare or Child Support Enforcement system, to assist
   them in finding and maintaining employment that will allow them to be self-sufficient.

From 2006-2010, Valerie Robson, Adult Services Manager for the Douglas County Human
Services Department, Division of Adult and Aging Services, was appointed to represent the
DCHPC on the Metro Denver Homeless Initiative (MDHI) to increase our ability to coordinate


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resources over a larger area and share information with the region. During her time on the
Board, she has been a voice for Douglas County and has been an active participant in the
MDHI Coordinating Committee working towards the development of local and regional plans
to end homelessness. The DCHPC continues to work with MDHI to develop a method of
accurately capturing the number of homeless people currently in the County.

In addition, the Douglas County School District has hired a staff person to work with
homeless families of children enrolled in the District. They provide children with the basic
essentials for succeeding in school, such as school supplies, uniforms if necessary,
transportation assistance, credit recovery programs, etc. They make sure that students who
are experiencing homelessness are provided the same opportunities and rights as other
children, such as the right to enroll in school without all the necessary documentation,
testing for gifted and talented programs, participate in sports or other extra curricular
activities. The District makes referral to Human Services, Douglas/ Arapahoe Works,
Housing Authorities, and other agencies as appropriate. The District staff person educates
other district staff members throughout the County on how to identify homeless students and
the services available for them and their families.




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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

ASSESSMENT OF CONSOLIDATED PLAN GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Douglas County has initiated a policy that any activity or program funded through CDBG
should address one of the three priority needs established in the 2009-2013 Consolidated
Plan. The priority needs identified in the plan include housing, public services, public
facilities, economic development, infrastructure, and property improvements. These needs
are based on public input through a series of Open Houses, which provided residents the
opportunity to express their opinions and ask questions of CDBG staff. Pubic comments
indicated that these areas of need represent the highest priorities for the Douglas County
community. Table 1 on page 4 describes the relationship between the priorities or goals,
and the objectives of the 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan. The Table below identifies the
programs funded in 2009 and categorizes the programs by the priority need they address.

Several of the 2009 projects emphasized expanding the services available to income-
qualified residents of the County. Subgrantees are able to expand the services provided by
leveraging CDBG funds with other sources.

Table 9
Priority Needs of 2009 Programs

            HOUSING NEEDS
            Homeownership Program
            Housing Rehabilitation for Seniors
            PUBLIC SERVICE NEEDS
            Emergency Rent Assistance
            Emergency Overnight Lodging
            Emergency Mortgage Assistance
            WrapArounD Facilitator
            Therapeutic Counselor
            INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS
            Water Filtration Improvements



CHANGES IN PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

During the 2009 program year, there were no changes made to program objectives.


EFFORTS IN CARRYING OUT PLANNED ACTIONS

Douglas County has made every effort throughout the 2009 program year to pursue the
resources identified in the 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan. The County has also encouraged
Subgrantees to leverage CDBG funds whenever possible (see the list of leveraged funding
beginning on page 57. To further encourage other agencies to pursue housing and
community development projects, the County provides certifications of consistency in a fair
and impartial manner and did not hinder implementation by action or willful inaction. During


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the 2009 program year, staff issued 6 certificates of consistency to non-profit agencies
providing services within Douglas County.


FUNDS NOT USED FOR NATIONAL OBJECTIVES

No funds were used for any purpose other than to further the three national objectives of the
CDBG program.


ANTI-DISPLACEMENT AND RELOCATION

The acquisition of affordable housing through the DCHP Homeownership Program does
require that proper notices are given regarding the Uniform Relocation Act (URA). The
seller is informed in writing that the property acquisition is voluntary, and therefore not
subject to URA. Documentation titled the “Uniform Relocation Act Non-displacement
Certification” is provided for the seller to demonstrate that each property was either owner-
occupied or vacant, and, therefore, not subject to URA or Section 104(d) relocation
requirements. This documentation was provided for all down payment assistance loans
completed by the DCHP during the 2009 program year and, therefore, no displacement has
been caused as a result of this program.


LOW/MODERATE JOB ACTIVITIES

Currently, the County has not initiated any activities where jobs for low- and moderate-
income persons have been created.


LOW/MODERATE LIMITED CLIENTELE ACTIVITIES

All projects and activities funded during the 2009 program year are eligible under limited
clientele or because they live in a CDBG Target Area. Eligibility of clients is established
through income qualifications, whereby clients are asked to self certify that they are qualified
under the income guidelines of the program. Clients who are receiving a benefit related to
affordable housing cannot self-certify. They must provide income verification. Some clients
are presumed to be income eligible. The category of presumed-income eligible persons
includes the disabled, the severely disabled, the elderly, and victims of abuse. An example
of an activity that qualifies under a presumed-eligible category is the therapeutic counselor,
which provided the funding to hire a counselor who provided counseling services to children
and teens who are considered victims of abuse. When people live in a Target Area they are
presumed eligible and qualify to benefit from CDBG funds. The water filtration project is the
only project funded in 2009 that is located within CDBG Target Area. This project is located
within the unincorporated area of Douglas County in Sedalia. The Target Area Map is
shown as Appendix A.




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PROGRAM INCOME

During the 2009 Program Year, Douglas County’s CDBG program has received a total of
$56,599 in program income. The Douglas County Housing Partnership received loan
repayments of $41,600 through the Shared Equity Program, and $14,999 through their
Home Ownership Program. A revolving loan fund has been set up for each of these
projects so that the funds can be used to provide additional families with the opportunity to
become first time homebuyers in Douglas County.

PRIOR PERIOD ADJUSTMENTS

There was no prior period adjustment required during the 2009 program year.


LOANS AND OTHER RECEIVABLES

Currently, the County has no loans or other receivables to report for the 2009 program year.


LUMP SUM AGREEMENTS

There are currently no lump sum agreements in effect for the County’s CDBG program.


HOUSING REHABILITATION

Funding was allocated to begin a Single-Family Housing Rehabilitation (SFHR) program for
income-qualified residents of the Town of Larkspur. It is now known as the Minor Home
Repair Program, and is administered by Douglas County. Repairs have been completed on
14 homes and an invitation to bid will be sent out for 6 homes in late fall.

Rebuilding Together is a new Subgrantee to the Douglas County CDBG program and was
first awarded funds in 2009. The organization selected 2 elderly homeowners to receive
housing rehabilitation services during the 2010 program year that will increase their safety,
warmth and comfort, and enable them to live independently. The organization is continuing
outreach efforts to identify additional elderly homeowners in need of their services. Efforts
will be made to connect with previous Minor Home Repair recipients in need of additional
home repairs, due to the fact that some homes needed repairs that exceeded the grant
amount allowed.


NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION STRATEGIES

Douglas County does not currently have any HUD-approved neighborhood revitalization
strategy areas.




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ANTIPOVERTY STRATEGY

The U.S. Census Bureau reported that 43 million Americans (14%) were in poverty in 2009.
The rate of 14% is higher than the most recent low of 11% in 2000 and lower than the rate in
1959 (22%). Douglas County is ranked 2 out of 805 Counties in the U.S. with populations
greater than 65,000 for a low poverty rate. While the County has one of the lowest rates of
poverty in the Nation, 23,805 residents, or 8% of the population, have incomes either below
the poverty threshold, or below two-times the poverty threshold. Douglas County is
committed to providing a range of housing and public services programs that will help
reduce the number of persons living in poverty.

The non-profit organizations that receive CDBG funding are assisting the County in meeting
this objective. The Assessment of One-Year Goals and Objectives on page 5 lists the non-
profit organizations that help to reduce the number of persons living in poverty in Douglas
County through the projects and activities they administer. The housing programs
administered by the DCHP play an important role in promoting self-sufficiency for lower-
income clients who could easily fall below poverty. The DCHP actively looks for solutions to
meet the affordable housing needs of the community. Providing an increase in affordable
rental housing stock, and assistance with down payment and closing costs will help address
the needs of the lower-income residents of the County. Douglas County will continue to
fund programs that aid in the prevention of poverty and meet the guidelines of the CDBG
program.




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NON-HOMELESS SPECIAL NEEDS

DISABLED RESIDENTS

                     Douglas County has taken important steps to address the needs of
                     people with developmental disabilities. In April of 2001, Douglas
                     County completed the Long-Range Plan to Include Adults With
                     Developmental Disabilities. This plan identifies the following two
                     goals related to providing housing for this population.

                             Goal 1. Increase the choice of housing available as well as
                             attainable housing opportunities for people who live with
                             developmental disabilities.

                             Goal 2. Ensure that the process to develop housing for
                             persons with developmental disabilities is equitable and occurs
                             at a reasonably fast pace.

In 2002, residents of Douglas County passed a Mill Levy to provide assistance to people
with disabilities. In 2009, Developmental Disabilities grant requests totaling $543,984 were
received. A total of $295,619 was awarded to local organizations for the benefit of the
disabled County residents. The organizations recommended for a grant from the Mill Levy
funding source in 2009 are listed below.

       Arapahoe County Early Childhood Council received an allocation to reimburse
       qualified residents who participate in the Family Leadership Training Institute at
       $1,282 each;

       Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network received $16,767 to train their staff in best
       practices in treating people with developmental disabilities;

       Town of Parker Recreation Center received $29,360 to expand the new recreation
       program for people with disabilities;

       Castle View High School received $10,000 to purchase coffee service equipment to
       begin a pre-vocational work program for developmentally disabled students;

       Douglas County Young Life received $8,580 for camp scholarships;

       Developmental Pathways received $18,000 to purchase equipment for the
       commercial laundry operated by their clients, allowing additional job opportunities;

       Eater Seals received $9,500 for The Discovery Club;

       Cresthill Middle School received $3,500 to encourage students to participate in
       service learning projects, such as recycling;




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       Mountain Vista Middle School received $5,090 to fund a Community Experiential
       Program, which will help purchase bus passes, recreation fees, and classroom and
       athletic supplies;

       New Day received $20,000 to supplement funding for the Explorer Program; $20,000
       to expand and enhance recreational /leisure programs; and $29,472 to contribute
       toward a wheelchair accessible vehicle;

       Highlands Ranch Community Association received $43,566 to expand the
       Therapeutic Recreation Program, including additional staffing, equipment and
       scholarships;

       Disability Center for Independent Living received $37,400 to double their capacity for
       interim case management services for clients on Developmental Pathways waiting
       list;

       Sky Cliff received $3,000 to help construct a therapeutic riding areas; $27,431 to
       purchase a vehicle with a wheelchair lift;

       South Suburban Parks and Recreation received $ 3,989 to provide a six week
       summer recreation program;

       Wellspring Community received $4,622 to help subsidize a social club for young
       adults; and $5,341 to help subsidize summer work and enrichment programs.

In addition, funds generated by the Mill Levy help support the Community Centered Board
(CCB), which serves disabled residents through various services, including the development
and operation of host homes and group homes. The CCB for Douglas County is
Developmental Pathways, and in 2006, a CDBG grant of $120,000 was allocated in order to
upgrade the infrastructure of an existing group home in anticipation of future expansion.
The grant is now 100% expended.


ELDERLY RESIDENTS

Douglas County saw a 176% increase in the over 65-population from2000 to 2009. Many
services to older adults that assist them in self-sufficiency are provided by the Department of
Human Services. These include eligibility determination of Old Age Pension (OAP),
Medicare Savings Programs (State Medicaid pays the Medicare Part B Premium), in-home
and assisted living programs, and long term nursing home care. Additionally, the
Department is responsible for Adult Protection, including investigating reports of abuse,
neglect and exploitation of at-risk adults age 18 and older.

The Douglas County Seniors’ Council meets once a month to discuss needs of the senior
population and beneficial events that could be held in the County. The Council is comprised
of approximately 37 members who represent community groups, provider agencies, County
staff and senior adults. The Seniors’ Council acts as the federally mandated County Council
on Aging and provides input to the Area Agency on Aging on service needs and funding
priorities.




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FRAIL ELDERLY RESIDENTS

In order to manage the needs for the growing senior population and especially for the frail
elderly, Douglas County has made efforts to assist this population through the collaboration
of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department, the Douglas County TRIAD, and the Douglas
County Human Services Department. The coalition has implemented the Colorado Life Trak
program, a high-tech tracking system used by law enforcement departments nationwide.
The equipment is used to locate adults suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and children with
Downs Syndrome, Autism, and other related special needs who have the tendency to
become lost. Those at risk wear a tamper proof wristband transmitter that emits a silent
radio signal. If they are reported missing, trained personnel use tracking receivers to locate
the signal and return the person to their home.

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Human Services’ Adult Services Staff will
meet with prospective families to set up the program, and they will also provide follow-up
each month to change the wristband and check the battery. The Douglas County Sheriff’s
Office will maintain a database of all participants. Human Services Staff handles the
administrative overhead for this project. The TRIAD will conduct ongoing fundraising for this
program to ensure that no family is unable to participate due to inability to pay the set up fee
and monthly charges.




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LIST OF APPENDICES

APPENDIX A: Douglas County Target Area Map

APPENDIX B: Douglas County Minority Concentration Map

APPENDIX C: Douglas County Low-and Moderate-Income Concentration Map

APPENDIX D: Risk Assessment Evaluation Tool

APPENDIX E: Letters of Appreciation

APPENDIX F:   At-Risk Population Demographics

APPENDIX G: 2009 Newsletter

APPENDIX H: Fair Housing Forum Sessions

APPENDIX I:   2009 Application Instruction Sheet

APPENDIX J:   IDIS Reports of Activity Summary for 2009 Program Year:
              • PR03
              • PR10
              • PR26
              • Line 19 Detail for PR26
APPENDIX A
Douglas County Target Area Map
APPENDIX B
Douglas County Minority Concentration Map
APPENDIX C
Douglas County Low-and Moderate-Income concentration
APPENDIX D
Risk Assessment Evaluation Tool
APPENDIX E
Letters of appreciation from minor home repair program recipients
APPENDIX F
At-Risk Population Demographics
APPENDIX G
2009 Newsletter
APPENDIX H
Fair Housing Forum Sessions
APPENDIX I
2009 Application Instruction Sheet
                                        2010 DOUGLAS COUNTY CDBG
                                      APPLICATION INSTRUCTION SHEET


  The explanations of the attachments and questions included in this instruction sheet are intended to provide you
  with insight, and assist you in filling out your application. This is to help you understand why the questions are
  being asked, how your answers fit into our review process and facilitate successful applications.

  It is important that you know your grant proposal must first address all of the following to be eligible for
  review: a HUD National Objective and a Douglas County priority, goal and objective, meet your own internal
  approval process to submit the application, demonstrate adequate funding sources have been identified, and
  include all the required attachments supporting your proposal. For additional information to help you complete
  this application reference the Douglas County website to review the 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan or the CDBG
  Program Guidelines on the CDBG website at http://www.douglas.co.us/CDBG/index.html. If these initial
  requirements listed above are not met your application will NOT be reviewed.

  All applications are scored using an evaluation tool that helps the CDBG Advisory Board and staff objectively
  review and analyze the applications in a professional manner. The scores are derived from a weighted point
  system. Several questions allow you to increase your score. The higher-value questions are those that allow
  you to demonstrate your proposal meets the requirements listed above, as well as to document that your
  organization is on solid financial footing, has the capacity to administer the grant, and demonstrate the proposal
  is viable, meaning the organization has adequate resources and information, and plans to complete the project
  within 12-months. These questions are weighted as high or medium in terms of importance, and are noted in
  the instructions that follow. Regardless of how questions are weighted, every question must be answered fully.

Application Tips:

  1. It is critical to provide detailed and complete information on the application. Please review this instruction
     sheet thoroughly to best understand and provide the information required on the application.
  2. Read the entire application prior to filling out the document.
  3. Some questions require that you elaborate on information to fully answer in an essay format. Please limit
     repetition of the same organizational or statistical information in more than one of your answers. Do not
     answer questions with “see above”, or reference other answers in the application. Each question is meant to
     be specific and should be answered as such. Please do not delete questions from the application. If a
     question doesn’t apply, state that it is not applicable (N/A).
  6. Identify and prepare your attachments prior to completing your application. Some items need days or
     weeks of lead time, such as approval from your governing board.
  7. Check off the attachments included with your application or mark N/A if the attachment isn’t applicable to
     your proposal. See the explanation of attachments on the next pages to determine how these attachments
     apply to your proposal.
  8. Submit one signed original and 14 copies of your application packet. Each packet must include a
     completed application and the required attachments, labeled and organized as shown below. Please do not
     use staples. You may double-side your copies to save on paper and printing costs.

List and Description of Attachments- The list and description of attachments is included first because some
information takes time to prepare or gather. We recommend you begin preparing attachments well in advance of
the actual application. All required attachments must be included.

All required attachments must be labeled as identified on the following page. Please use the labels provided as
sheets to print off and use to identify and separate the attachments to facilitate the application review process. If a
required attachment is not available, please use the sheet to state it is not available and why. For example,
Attachment C requires a series of organizational budgets from 2008, 2009 and 2010. If your organization was
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formed in 2008 and the first budget was developed in 2009, you would provide a short explanation of those
details on the sheet titled “Attachment C: Organizational Budget (Budget versus Actual for 2008)”. This is an
acceptable example of why you cannot provide a required attachment. Please refer to the Resource CD or the
CDBG website to access the label sheets at http://www.douglas.co.us/CDBG/Application.html .

List of Attachments

____ Attachment A: Project Expenditures (Exhibit 1)
____ Attachment B: Project Timeline (Exhibit 2)
____ Attachment C: Organizational Budget:
                   Budget versus Actual for 2008 & 2009 and the proposed or approved budget for 2010
____ Attachment D: Revenues and Expenses from 2008 and 2009
____ Attachment E: Balance Sheet for 2008 and 2009
____ Attachment F: Resume of project manager
____ Attachment G: Copy of most recent audit
____ Attachment H: Client intake form (blank application)
____ Attachment I: List of Board of Directors
____ Attachment J: Board approval documentation (minutes or letter of approval from Board President)
____ Attachment K: Employee job description if CDBG funds are to be used for salary
____ Attachment L: Timesheet if CDBG funds are to be used for salary
____ Attachment M: Written estimate for infrastructure/construction activities/purchase of equipment
____ Attachment N: Purchasing and procurement procedures
____ Attachment O: Site plan or map locating infrastructure or construction project
____ Attachment P: Tax status certification

Attachment A- Required- Project Expenditures is Exhibit 1, a form included on the CD provided after the 2010
Application Workshop. List the complete expenditures for your proposal, and include the CDBG fund request
and all other sources of income (fees, grants, etc.) needed to implement the project or program. State the time
period (calendar year, program year, etc.) referenced on the form. It is important to pay special attention to “G”,
under Project Revenues. Your response to this line item, along with the analysis of Exhibit 1, carries a high
weight when the applications are scored during the evaluation process. This is because it is important for the
CDBG Advisory Board and staff to evaluate if you have identified adequate funds to complete the project, and the
ratio of leveraging funds against the request for CDBG funds. HUD requires we estimate this ratio when we
request funding for 2010 and that we report on the actual ratio when we report on accomplishments.

Attachment B- Required- Project Timeline is Exhibit 2, a form included on the CD provided after the 2010
Application Workshop. Break out the general timeframes you plan to implement key steps in your proposal
during the 2010 Program Year. For example, if you are planning an infrastructure project, note the month in
which key steps would occur, such as: secure resources, bid out the project, involve/inform the public, and
estimate the beginning and ending dates of the project. State the time period (calendar year, program year, etc.)
referenced on the form.

Attachment C- Required- The organizational budget forecasts revenues and expenses. The Budget versus
Actual for two consecutive years are reviewed to help us determine how accurately your organization can forecast
their budget, as well as the solvency, growth, solidity and viability of your organization. Government entities
need only provide the budget for their department or program, as relative to the proposal. The quality and detail
provided in Attachments C, D, and E will help us evaluate the solvency of your organization, and carries a
medium weight when the applications are scored during the evaluation process. The key element in this part of
the evaluation is to assess the financial capability of your organization to be reimbursed for project expenses.




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Attachment D- Required- Revenues and Expenses from 2008 and 2009. Sometimes labeled as an Income
Statement, a Profit and Loss Statement or a Statement of Activities, these documents are needed to help us
determine if your organization is able to cover expenses. The documents should include funding sources
compared against program expenses, administrative costs, and other operating commitments.

Attachment E- Required- Balance Sheets from 2008 and 2009. These documents help us understand how the
organization is doing at a given point in time. The Balance Sheet shows assets, liabilities and ownership equity,
and are listed as of a specific date, such as the end of your organization’s financial year. A balance sheet can be
seen as a snapshot of a company's financial condition, and together with the other financial documents required,
usually provides enough information to determine the overall fiscal health of the organization.

Attachment F- Required- A copy of the staff person’s resume who has been selected to manage the CDBG
grant is required. The ideal project manager will have experience managing Federal grants, understands the
impetus to spend the funds for the purpose they were awarded and in the time allotted, and submits draw down
requests and other reports on time. A successful CDBG application will include a resume reflecting this skill set.

Attachment G- A copy is required when an audit has been completed for your organization.

Attachment H- A blank client intake or application form is required to document how you determine your
client’s eligibility and if they qualify for assistance. If a client intake form isn’t used by your organization,
describe your eligibility requirements in a narrative as a part of Question 18 on the CDBG application. The
narrative must include how you track the demographics of your clients, the documentation you require to
determine eligibility, and how you maintain the information, all of which are required for a successful CDBG
grant proposal.

Attachment I- Required- Provide a list of the members of the body governing your organization: Board of
County Commissioner’s, City Council, Town Council, or Board of Directors. You may further elaborate on this
body in Question 28 of the CDBG Application.

Attachment J- Required- The governing body of the organization (as described above) must authorize the
proposal prior to submittal of the application. Include a copy of the approved minutes from a meeting where the
governing body approved the application submittal, or a letter signed by the President of the Board of Directors.
You may write your own letter, or use the sample letter included on the CD you received from the 2010 CDBG
Application Workshop, which may be used to submit as Attachment J. This attachment, in conjunction with
Question 29, carries a high weight when the applications are scored during the evaluation process. Applications
without this documentation will not be reviewed.

Attachment K- A copy of the employee’s job description is required if you propose to use CDBG funds for any
portion of a salary. This requirement applies if funds are to be used to hire a full time, part time, or contract
employee, and if funds will be used for a new or existing employee. Questions 31-34 allow you the opportunity
to provide a complete summary of your proposal to fund an employee, and the role they will play in your
organization.

Attachment L- A copy of a blank timesheet is required if you are requesting funds for a salary reimbursement.
We want to know how you plan to track the employee’s time, to ensure adequate information will be collected in
the proper format and meet CDBG standards. Employees and their supervisors are required to sign timesheets to
document the time reported and wages earned are accurate.

Attachment M- A written estimate is required for infrastructure, construction activities or purchase of any item,
as we need to know the level of research completed prior to submitting your application and understand how you
have arrived at the amount of your grant request. Submit at least one estimate. You may also provide copies of

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web-based internet research. Questions 39 and 42 will allow you the opportunity to elaborate on your project
costs and how you obtained the information (phone quote, web research, etc.).

Attachment N- A copy of your organization’s Purchasing and Procurement Procedures is required unless your
organization is only requesting funds for salary reimbursement. The document you provide should be the policy
that guides your organization in large and small purchases, the dollar limits for those purchases, and the process
used for all levels of bidding activities. If your organization doesn’t have procedures in place, you will be
required to follow either Federal or County procedures as appropriate.

Attachment O- For infrastructure or construction activities or purchase of land or a building, you are required
to include a map showing the location of the project. You may use an aerial map, site plan or construction
documents to fulfill this requirement. You may provide your own map or print an aerial map from the Douglas
County Website using the “MAP IT” program, located at http://mapit.douglas.co.us/wapps/mapit/. Contact
CDBG staff for assistance if needed.

Attachment P- Provide a copy of the IRS letter stating that your organization has 501(c)(3) status. This
documentation is required unless you are a governmental or quasi-governmental entity, such as a water district.

Optional Attachments- At your discretion, include letters of recommendation, agency brochures or fliers
outlining services, photographs or other documentation. These optional attachments need not be labeled, and
should be included at the back of the required attachments.


2010 CDBG Application

Cover Sheet. Give the name and address of the organization for which you are applying for funds. If the mailing
address is different than the physical address, please provide both. Provide the main phone number for the
organization, and the project manager direct line, including the extension, and, if possible, the project manager’s
cell phone. If we need to contact you quickly, it is helpful to have a number to reach you if you are working off-
site. Provide the name of your project, such as “Sewer Line Improvements” and a very brief one-sentence
description of your proposal, such as “Replace 300-linear feet of sewer line and upgrade the lift-station”. You
will have an opportunity to elaborate on your proposal in Question 8. State the amount of funding you are
requesting and the total cost of your project or program. The total should include the CDBG request, the amount
your organization will provide and amount you will request from other sources. For example, if you are
requesting $10,000 as partial payment toward a vehicle, also state the total cost of the vehicle.

Questions 1-6. These questions allow you to confirm at the beginning of the CDBG application if your proposal
meets the initial qualifications for eligibility. In order to qualify for CDBG funding you must meet one of the
three National Objectives prescribed by HUD and one of the priorities, goals and objectives outlined in the
Douglas County 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan. The National Objectives are (1) low/moderate income benefit, (2)
slum/blight, and (3) catastrophic-urgent need. Of these National Objectives, the only objective relevant to
Douglas County is “low/moderate income benefit”. Slum/blight is not relevant because there are no areas
designated by local governments as blighted. Catastrophic-urgent need would only apply if there were a natural
disaster such as a hurricane or forest fire. The local priorities, goals and objectives outlined in the Douglas
County 2009-2013 Consolidated Plan were determined over a year-and-one-half public process of input and
feedback, and can be found in it’s entirety on the Douglas County CDBG website. Individually, these questions
are all weighted as high,

Question 7. Describe how you think your proposal addresses the National Objective, and the local priority, goal
and objective you selected in Questions 1, 4, 5, & 6. This question is important to help you start thinking in terms
of HUDs reporting requirements should your grant proposal be successful.


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Question 8. Summarize your proposal. Elaborate on how you plan to use CDBG funds, who will receive
services and how residents will benefit, if the funds will be used to expand services or support an existing
program, and how your proposal supports and compares to services currently provided by your organization.
Describe the impact your proposal will have on the residents you want to help, explain if you will work in a
specific area or jurisdiction, and what you plan to accomplish (provide food, personal home care for elderly
residents, purchase land to build apartments for income-qualified residents, etc.). It is important to include details
on how the proposal will help meet the organization’s goals and enhance the organization’s mission. The answer
to this question carries a high weight when the applications are scored during the evaluation process because it is
the key to understanding your proposal.

Question 9. Describe why this proposal is important to the Douglas County residents you serve. Is the program
or project unique to the area, does it support an underserved population, or fill a gap in services? The answer to
this question carries a high weight when the applications are scored during the evaluation process because it
speaks to the impact your proposal will have on County residents.

Question 10. Describe the residents you plan to serve with CDBG funds and the problems your organization is
trying to solve or the situations you are trying to improve (Do you serve families, elderly, women, or children;
are they homeless, unemployed, victims of domestic violence, in need of minor home repairs, transportation,
food, etc.)

Question 11. HUD requires we report on the total number of households that received assistance with CDBG
funds. You are required to track demographic information to report on CDBG funds, including the number in the
household, racial and ethnic information, and if they are handicapped, elderly or female head of household. We
want confirmation that you do track clients served, and if you track clients served by number of people or by
households. Answering this question helps prepare you for the reporting process should you be awarded funds
and begins to help us understand your internal tracking and reporting procedures.

Question 12. Combining all the programs and projects your organization oversees and state the total number of
people your organization serves on an annual basis. Please summarize how the total number relates to your
organization. For example, if people are served over a seven-County area or within a specific district, your
answer helps us determine the scale and impact your organization currently makes in the community you serve.

Question 13. The primary use of these funds is to serve Douglas County residents who are income-qualified.
Provide the number of Douglas County residents currently served by your organization, and the percentage of
Douglas County residents currently served relative to your overall organization. Your answer will help us
evaluate your current familiarity with and commitment to the residents of Douglas County. The answer to this
question carries a medium weight when the applications are scored during the evaluation process because it speaks
to the impact your proposal is likely to have on County residents.

Question 14-15. As a breakdown of the demographic information you collect, you will be required to provide the
number of Douglas County residents served with CDBG funding. Overall, we want to better understand the scope
and impact of your entire organization as compared to your proposal. Please provide the number of Douglas
County residents that you anticipate would be served by this proposal, and the percentage of Douglas County
residents served by this proposal relative to your organization. The table below can be used to break down your
demographic information to answer Questions 12-15 on the CDBG Application.




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                       Total number of        Douglas County residents        Douglas County residents served
                       residents served by    served by the organization      by the organization that will
                       the organization                                       benefit from this proposal
      Annual
      number
      Annual
     percentage


Question 16. CDBG funds are mainly to benefit individuals and families with low-to moderate-incomes. The
answers to this question will help staff determine if your organization is aware of and currently addressing the
needs of income-qualified residents. To determine if you serve low- to moderate-income residents, compare the
HUD 2009 income guidelines outlining the Average Median Income (AMI) to the total income and number of
people in the families served. The HUD income guidelines are included on your CD and in your Application
Workshop packet to assist you in answering these questions. Please state if you are currently serving low- to
moderate-income populations, and provide the actual or estimated percentage of clients in these income brackets.

Question 17. Answering this question will help us determine if your organization tracks client-incomes, and will
help you determine if you request enough income information from clients, and if you have enough information to
report on the income categories according to the AMI breakdown. Estimate which AMI categories you plan to
serve with CDBG funds and breakdown each category by percentage. For example, you may estimate that 80%
of the developmentally disabled client-population you serve are at 30% AMI and the remaining 20% of the clients
are at 50% AMI. The answers to Questions 16-17 are reviewed together, and carry a high weight during the
evaluation process because CDBG funds are mainly to benefit individuals and families with low-to moderate-
incomes. It is important to identify the number of income-qualified Douglas County residents your organization
currently serves and the number you plan to serve with your proposal.

Question 18. This question is a further elaboration of the information provided in Attachment H, which is a blank
client intake form or application for services used by your organization. Question 18 will help us determine
organizational capacity to comply with CDBG regulations and reporting requirements. Check the applicable
methodology you use, such as residency, income, target area or other means to document eligibility. In addition,
summarize the information collected from residents applying for your services, including demographics, services
requested and provided, documentation of need, and how the intake form supports the eligibility guidelines in
place for the organization.

Question 19. All non-profit and governmental entities are assigned either a Federal tax I.D. or an Employer
Identification Number. The number assigned to your organization is the corporate equivalent to a social security
number and issued to any entity paying withholding taxes on employees. The number is required on the CDBG
Application.

Question 20. A DUNS number (Data Universal Numbering System) is used to identify a business entity, and
required if your organization receives Federal funds. This nine-digit number is assigned by Dunn & Bradstreet
and maintained in a database. If you are unsure of your DUNS number or if you have not requested a number, go
to http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform, to search or request a number. You will be assigned a number at no charge
within a few days. The number must be provided to CDBG staff before funds can be awarded.

Question 21. Federal HUD requirements outline the types of entities or organizations that may be awarded
CDBG funds. With limited exceptions, for-profit entities do not qualify. We must document your legal status to
HUD by requiring a non-profit or other type of certification from the IRS, which will be documented in
Attachment P.

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Question 22. Briefly describe your organization and provide details that explain the type and size, clients served,
service area, etc. This answer, along with Attachments C, D, and E, will help the Advisory Board and Staff to
determine if your organization has the capacity to complete the project outlined in your proposal. The analysis
associated with this answer and the quality of your attachments, carries a high weight.

Questions 23-26. This grouping of questions is intended to help us understand the organizational structure, and
the commitment of the organization to act strategically. The answers help us assess the viability, experience and
longevity of the organization. Explain in detail the purpose, structure, and any unique characteristics of the
organization. Together, the answers to questions 23-26 carry a medium weight when the applications are scored
during the evaluation process. The answers are weighted as medium due to the importance of having adequate
staff and procedures in place to complete reports required of all who receive funding.

Question 24. An organization’s mission can be described in a Mission Statement, which demonstrates that your
organization has agreed upon a statement of purpose, provides a sense of direction, a framework within which
strategies are formulated and guides decision-making. Describe your organization’s mission or quote from the
Mission Statement if one is available.

Question 25. Describe the goals, or what the organization has agreed to accomplish. Summarize or quote from
an approved list of goals if available. Your answer to this question will help us understand if and how your
proposal ties back to your goals.

Question 26. It is helpful to understand the services your organization is currently providing to analyze and
contrast the services or projects you are proposing. This is to help us determine organizational capacity to
implement your proposal. List the services you currently offer, and elaborate on how your proposal supports or
expands those services, and any future services your organization intends to implement.

Question 27. A faith-based organization describes an entity that is religious in nature and is separate and apart
from government, public or private organizations. CDBG funds may be awarded to faith-based organizations.
However the funds are not allowed to further the religious activities of the entity and are subject to the same
restrictions as all other grantees.

Questions 28-29. Identify the type of body governing the organization (the Board of County Commissioner’s,
City Council, Town Council, or Board of Directors). Elaborate on the organizational structure if it has unique
characteristics. This body has the authority to approve submitting the CDBG proposal, and all proposals are
required to document the approval as Attachment J. Question 29, in conjunction with Attachment J, carries a high
weight when the applications are scored during the evaluation process. Applications that do not provide
documentation of internal approval to submit this proposal will not be reviewed.


Question 30. We want to assess the skill level of the staff person who has been selected to manage the CDBG
grant. Ideally, the project manager should have a track record managing Federal grants, understand the funds are
to be spent for the purpose they were awarded and in the time allotted, and submit draw down requests and other
reports on time. Attachment F, the project manager’s resume, helps support your answers. The answer to
Question 30, in conjunction with Attachment F, carries a medium weight when the applications are scored during
the evaluation process. The answers are weighted as medium because the project manager will work closely with
CDBG staff in managing the grant, is expected to ensure that the funds are expended within the 12-month time
frame, and to submit accurate draw requests and reports, which will be used to report our accomplishments to
HUD.

Questions 31-34. Complete this set of questions only if you are proposing to fund any portion of a salary.
Provide a complete summary of your proposal by describing the job, anticipated length of employment
(temporary or permanent or contract employee), the salary and hours worked (full or part time). If resources other
than CDBG funds will be used to pay the salary, describe the funding source and percentage, and the overall role
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the employee will play in your organization. We would like to fully understand the type of work they will do, and
determine if the employee will support the programs and mission of the organization.

Questions 35-40. Complete this set of questions only if you are proposing construction or infrastructure activities
or the purchase of land or a building. Questions 36-40 carry a medium weight when the applications are scored
during the evaluation process. The answers are scored based on an analysis of the quality of your answers, and
the depth of your investigation, preparation and completion of external permits and other land development-
related submittals to the appropriate entities.

Question 35. In order to assess and track proposals, staff needs an identifying location or address of the property
your organization plans to purchase or where the construction or other activities will potentially occur. This is in
part to determine the viability of the proposal and anticipate potential problems that could slow or stop the project.
It is also to facilitate internal discussion, as well as meet Federal requirements, such as completing an
Environmental Review, if the proposal is funded.

Question 36. Check with the jurisdictional government to confirm the zoning on the property. Find out if your
proposal would be allowed under the current zoning regulations.

Question 37. As construction and infrastructure activities are typically large projects requiring a heavy
investment of CDBG and other public funds, and these funds have strict timeframes associated with the grant
award, staff wants to ascertain if your organization is well-informed of the steps required to initiate and complete
the project. Rezoning, subdivision or other land development processes can prove to be stumbling blocks for
those unprepared to navigate local, State or Federal requirements. Explain the steps your organization has taken
to determine if any of these processes will apply to your project, list the land development process required, the
estimated time for completion, when you plan to initiate the process, and the associated costs.

Question 38. We want to know if you have determined the amount of resources needed and the time required to
initiate the project. At a minimum, a representative of your organization should have made contact with staff
involved in the permitting processes that affect your proposal to understand the requirements. If permits are
required, list the types of permits needed, the permitting agency, the documents required to submit the permit, the
amount of review time to receive a permit, and if possible the costs associated with the permits.

Question 39. Proposals for construction or infrastructure activities are expected to be based on conversations
with professionals who can provide specific information and cost estimates on which to base your request.
Outline the cost estimate for the overall project, explaining how you arrived at the estimate, and include how
CDBG funds will help your organization meet project goals. A copy of your estimate is required as Attachment
M. Web-based estimates are also acceptable.

Question 40. Communication between residents who may be affected by or benefit from the projects and the
organization proposing the project is encouraged. Describe your efforts to inform or involve people in or around
the area, such as public hearings, community meetings, posting flyers or newspaper advertising.

Question 41. Timeframes to spend CDBG funding are watched closely by HUD. Lack of spending funds can
result in a reduction of Douglas County’s yearly grant allotment. It is critical that we know you can complete
your project within 12-months time. If you have anticipated factors that could slow or stop the project, describe
how you plan to keep your project moving forward.

Question 42. The answer to this question will help us understand the resources your organization has already
committed to making your proposal a reality. Elaborate on how you have prepared for submitting this
application, the steps you have taken to implement the project or program and how you will ensure that the funds
are spent within the 12-month timeframe. The information in your narrative will help us determine if your
proposal is ready to implement and complete within the contract period, and is weighted as high when the

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applications are scored during the evaluation process. The narrative is weighted as high due to the importance of
spending down funds according to HUDs timetable in order to ensure future CDBG funding.

Question 43. An important part of the review is to assess your program or project. It is helpful to know if it is
“top-heavy” with administrative expenses. You may include additional narrative if you believe your organization
is unique in this regard, perhaps with an extremely low percentage of administrative costs due to a large bank of
volunteers. Your answer to this question helps us determine if your proposal provides sufficient direct benefits to
the individuals and families your organization intends to help. For this reason, the answer to this question carries
a high weight during the evaluation process.

Question 44. Information from this question is not used to automatically reduce a grant award without good
cause. The answer to this question provides important insight to assist us when multiple projects rank high in the
scoring of applications, and requests for funds exceed the funds available. When we make difficult decisions to
fund equally important proposals, knowing the minimum amount of money your organization needs to implement
the proposal can make the difference between partial funding and no funding.

Questions 45-46. By asking if the project will go forward if funding is not awarded, we are trying to determine if
the project or program is dependent upon CDBG funds to continue or move forward. It is also helpful to know if
the project will continue if funds are awarded, as it demonstrates organizational commitment. You may also
provide additional narrative to any of these questions to explain if the grant is to be used as seed money or to
maintain an existing program, and if the program will become self-sufficient in the future.

Questions 47-53. You must document that adequate funding is in place or identified to complete the project.
Based on our experience, proposals with adequate funding at the time the application is submitted, are more likely
to go forward and to be completed within the 12-month timeframe established by the program. Adequate funding
also demonstrates the nature of your funding activities and commitment to the project. CDBG staff and Advisory
Board Members want to assess the viability and capacity of your organization to budget for new or existing
programs and projects, submit successful grants, and administer the grants awarded. It is also helpful to
understand what financial steps you have taken to make the proposal a reality or to continue an existing program.
Tables are included where appropriate to help you answer the questions fully. Add any narrative you think
necessary. The answer to Question 47, along with the analysis associated with these answers and the quality of
your attachments, carries a high weight. Adequate resources must be identified to implement and complete your
proposal or your application will not be reviewed.

Question 48. Specific to this proposal, use the table to list the grants you have applied for and provide your best
estimate of when you will know if your applications were successful. Include the year and amount requested, and
the status of the grant if known. This answer will help us determine if your organization is serious about
implementing the proposal and how aggressively you are pursuing fund sources.

Questions 49-53. In general these questions help you demonstrate if your organization has experience with local,
State or Federal grants. This experience is important because it means your project will be more likely to be
ready to implement and complete within the 12-month timeframe. The evaluation and analysis of the answers to
these questions carry a medium weight when the applications are scored during the evaluation process.

Question 49. Based on general grants your organization has applied for, use the table to list the grants you have
pending and could be available to your organization during the 2010 program year (August 1, 2010, through July
31, 2011). Include the year, the entity you applied to and the purpose of your request, the amount requested and
the status of the grant if known. Provide your best estimate of when your organization will be notified as to the
success of the applications and any other narrative you think would be helpful to the reviewers. We want to
determine if your organization is pursuing grants, if you have the staffing and capacity to administer the grants if
awarded, and if you are looking ahead to new funding sources.


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Question 50. Please list the general grants your organization has been awarded over the last year. If you have
not been awarded any grants over the last year, please provide a narrative that explains the reasoning behind your
decision, and what other opportunities you are exploring to provide financial security for your organization. For
example, perhaps you have been researching grant opportunities but have not yet found a good match for your
newly formed organization.

Questions 51-52. State if your organization has been awarded CDBG grants over the past three years. List the
previous grants by year awarded, jurisdiction awarding the grant (Douglas County, Arapahoe County, etc.),
amount, and percent expended.

Question 53. List Federal grants other than CDBG that were awarded over the last three years, and include the
year awarded, amount requested, and percent expended.

Question 54. It is helpful to know if your project will span over multiple years, and if you intend to apply for
future CDBG funds. This information is not considered a disadvantage during the review of the application.




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APPENDIX J
IDIS Reports of Activity Summary for 2009 Program Year
PR03
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development       Date:   28-Oct-2010
      Office of Community Planning and Development         Time:   19:04
     Integrated Disbursement and Information System        Page:   1
CDBG Activity Summary Report (GPR) for Program Year 2009
                   DOUGLAS COUNTY
PGM Year:               2004

Project:                0003 - HOUSING
IDIS Activity:          7 - DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE FOR DISABLED

Status:                 Open                                                        Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               COLORADO HOUSING ASSISTANCE CORPORATION 670 SANTE           Outcome:       Affordability
                        FE DRIVE                                DENVER,             Matrix Code:   Direct Homeownership Assistance (13)                  National Objective:     LMH
                        CO 80204
Initial Funding Date:                       06/07/2005                              Description:
Financing                                                                           GRANTS OR LOW INTEREST LOANS WILL BE PROVIDED TO DISABLED POPULATION FORASSISTANCE
    Funded Amount:                          $35,000.00                              WITH DOWN-PAYMENT OR CLOSING COSTS ON FIRST HOME.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $0.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Households (General) : 10
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                 Owner                Renter                             Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                     Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic      Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                     0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Black/African American:                                                    0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                     0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                            0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                    0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                    0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                               0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                            0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                   0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                        0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                    0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                  0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                     0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                  0                             0                         0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner    Renter      Total         Person
  Extremely Low                     0         0           0             0
  Low Mod                           0         0           0             0
  Moderate                          0         0           0             0
  Non Low Moderate                  0         0           0             0
  Total                             0         0           0             0
  Percent Low/Mod



Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2006                              THIS PROJCET IS UNDERWAY BUT HAS NOT CURRENTLY BEEN ABLE TO ASSIST ANY DISABLED RESIDENTS WITHIN DOUGLAS COUNTY WITH DOWN
                                    PAYMENT ASSISTANCETHE HERO ALLIANCE IS CURRENTLY MARKETING THIS PROJECT AND REACHING OUT TO THE COMMUNITY TO LET THEM KNOW
                                    THIS SERVICE IS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST THE DISABLED IN PURCHASING A HOME.



  1111
PGM Year:               2005

Project:                0005 - HERO ALLIANCE
IDIS Activity:          21 - HERO ALLIANCE

Status:                 Open                                                Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               PO BOX                                              Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                        18963                                               Matrix Code:   Homeownership Assistance (not direct)                    National Objective:     LMH
                        DENVER, CO 80215-0963                                              (05R)
Initial Funding Date:                        06/15/2006                     Description:
Financing                                                                   FUNDS WILL TARGET OUTREACH TO DOUGLAS COUNTY RESIDENTS WITH ADA DISABILITIES AND
                                                                            THEIR FAMILIES TO INFORM THEM OF HOMEOWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
     Funded Amount:                          $4,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                $1,191.83
     Drawn In Program Year:                  $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Households (General) : 50
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                         Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                             Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                         50               2                0           0            50              2            0              0
  Black/African American:                                            0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                    0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                            0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                            0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                    0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:           0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                            0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                          0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                         50               2                0           0            50              2            0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                          0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter      Total         Person
  Extremely Low                      15        0          15             0
  Low Mod                            15        0          15             0
  Moderate                           20        0          20             0
  Non Low Moderate                    0        0           0             0
  Total                              50        0          50             0
  Percent Low/Mod                100.0%              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments               Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2006                               HERO ALLIANCE HAS OUTLINED A MARKETING PLAN, MADE CONTACTS WITH   SEVERAL DOUGLAS COUNTY ORGANIZATIONS, WRITTEN NEWSLETTER
                                     ARTICLES AND SCHEDULED PRSENTATIONS WITHIN DOUGLAS COUNTY TO ADVERTISE AND MARKET THE FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNPAYMENT
                                     ASSISTANE IN DOUGLAS COUNTY    THROUGH CHAC UTILIZING CDBG FUNDS ALLOCATED IN THE 2004 PY



  2005                50
PGM Year:               2005

Project:                0007 - CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER
IDIS Activity:          23 - ACTIVITY VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Status:                 Completed                                                    Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               2323 NORTH WOODLANDS BLVD CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104              Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                     Matrix Code:   Senior Services (05A)                                    National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       06/19/2006                               Description:
Financing                                                                            SEED MONEY WILL BE GRANTED TO THE CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER TO TEMPORARILY FUND A
                                                                                     PART TIME POSITION TO PLAN AND COORDINATE SENIOR-CENTER ACTIVITIES AND VOLUNTEERS.
     Funded Amount:                         $12,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $12,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 800
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                  Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                      Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0       808             21
  Black/African American:                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            9              0
  Asian:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0        17                 0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                    0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0        13                 0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0       851             21


  Female-headed Households:                                                   0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter       Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0            0                     93
  Low Mod                           0           0            0                    247
  Moderate                          0           0            0                    511
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0            0                      0
  Total                             0           0            0                    851
  Percent Low/Mod                                                             100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2007                              Accomplishment reported in the 2008 PY
  2006                              Accomplishments reported in the 2008 PY
  2008                851           The Volunteer Coordinator was hired with a partial salary reimbursement using CDBG funds. Since the Coordinator was hired the CRSC has been able to increase their
                                    volunteer hours to nearly 19,000 in 2006. The 851 members of the CRSC have enjoyed increased services and activities since the Center hired the Volunteer
                                    Coordinator.


  2005                              Accomplishment reported in the 2008 PY
PGM Year:               2005

Project:                0007 - CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER
IDIS Activity:          24 - SENIOR SHUTTLE SERVICES

Status:                 Completed                                                    Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               2323 NORTH WOODLANDS BLVD CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104              Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                     Matrix Code:   Senior Services (05A)                                    National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       06/19/2006                               Description:
Financing                                                                            FUNDING WILL BE USED TO REPLACE AN OLDER, NON-WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE VAN WITH A
                                                                                     LARGER USED VEHICLE. THIS WILL ALLOW THECENTER TO EXPAND THEIR SERVICES.
     Funded Amount:                         $23,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $23,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 250
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                  Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                      Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0       193                 2
  Black/African American:                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  Asian:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            3              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            1              0
  Asian White:                                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                    0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0       203                 2


  Female-headed Households:                                                   0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                     103
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                      39
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      61
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                     203
  Percent Low/Mod                                                               100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2006                              Accomplishments reported in the 2007
  2008                              Accomplishments reported in the 2007
  2007                203           The purchase of this vehicle allowed the CRSC to provide more rides to transport members to essential (including nutrition and medical) and social trips. In 2006 the
                                    CRSC provided 3,734 trips and in 2007 that number increased to 8,826. 2008 saw additional growth with 9,288 trips provided for a total of 21,848 for the last 3 years that
                                    the CRSC has been utilizing this vehicle. 160 clients (all of whom are income-qualified) have benefited, often through multiple trips, through this activity.




  2005                              Accomplishments reported in the 2007 PY
PGM Year:               2004

Project:                0009 - LINCOLNPOINTE LOFTS II
IDIS Activity:          26 - LINCOLN POINTE LOFTS PHASE II

Status:                 Completed                                                    Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               9783 PYRAMID COURT MERIDIAN BUSINESS CENTER DOUGLAS          Outcome:       Affordability
                        COUNTY, CO 80124                                             Matrix Code:   Acquisition of Real Property (01)                       National Objective:     LMH

Initial Funding Date:                       11/22/2006                               Description:
Financing                                                                            FUNDS WILL BE USED TO ACQUIRE LAND TO CONSTRUCT 88 UNITS OF AFFORDABLE RENTAL
                                                                                     HOUSING TO BE KNOWN AS LINCOLNPOINTE LOFTSII.
     Funded Amount:                         $50,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $50,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Housing Units : 88
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                  Owner                Renter                               Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                      Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total          Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                      0            0          106              6           106              6            0              0
  Black/African American:                                                     0            0                7          0                7           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                      0            0                3          0                3           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                             0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                     0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                     0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                             0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                    0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                         0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                     0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                   0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                      0            0          116              6           116              6            0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                   0                         77                          77
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter       Total                 Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0            0                      0
  Low Mod                           0           7            7                      0
  Moderate                          0        109          109                       0
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0            0                      0
  Total                             0        116          116                       0
  Percent Low/Mod                        100.0%        100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2005                              RESULTS REPORTED DURING THE 2006 PY
  2007                              RESULTS REPORTED IN 2006 PY
  2008                              RESULTS REPORTED IN 2006 PY


  2006                116           10/29/07 ACQUISITION OF LAND TOOK PLACE ON NOV 2, 2006, AS OF 9-30-08 CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE AND PROJECT IS 83% OCCUPIED AND 100%
                                    PRE-LEASED. THE PROJECT MANAGER EXPECTS 100% OCCUPANCY BY 10-31-08. ALL 88 UNITS ARE AFFORDABLE TO 80% OR BELOW AMI.

                                    10/27/09 (2008 PY Annual Report)Certificates of Occupancy were issued in October of 2008. By July 2009 the project was 100% leased, 98.9% occupied with an average
                                    monthly occupancy of 98.9%. Client demographics are recorded below for both activity 26 (2004 Lincoln Pointe Lofts) and 27 (2005 Lincoln Pointe Lofts)
PGM Year:               2005

Project:                0008 - LINCOLNPOINTE LOFTS II
IDIS Activity:          27 - LINCOLN POINTE LOFTS PHASE II

Status:                 Completed                                                    Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               9783 PYRAMID COURT MERIDIAN BUSINESS CENTER DOUGLAS          Outcome:       Affordability
                        COUNTY, CO 80124                                             Matrix Code:   Acquisition of Real Property (01)                       National Objective:     LMH

Initial Funding Date:                       11/22/2006                               Description:
Financing                                                                            LAND AQUISITION FOR LINCOLNPOINTE LOFTS II, 88 UNIT MULTI-FAMILY AFFORDABLE RENTAL
                                                                                     HOUSING
     Funded Amount:                         $50,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $50,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Housing Units : 88
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                  Owner                Renter                               Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                      Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total          Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                      0            0          106              6           106              6            0              0
  Black/African American:                                                     0            0                7          0                7           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                      0            0                3          0                3           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                             0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                     0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                     0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                             0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                    0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                         0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                     0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                   0            0                0          0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                      0            0          116              6           116              6            0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                   0                         77                          77
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter       Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0            0                      0
  Low Mod                           0           7            7                      0
  Moderate                          0        109           109                      0
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0            0                      0
  Total                             0        116           116                      0
  Percent Low/Mod                         100.0%       100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2008                              RESULTS REPORTED IN ACTIVITY 26 IN THE 2006 PY.
  2005                              RESULTS REPORTED UNDER ACTIVITY 26 IN THE 2006 PY.
  2007                              RESULTS REPORTED UNDER ACTIVITY 26 IN THE 2006 PY.


  2006                116           RESULTS REPORTED HERE ARE THE SAME AS THOSE REPORTED UNDER ACTIVITY 26 IN THE 2006 PY.

                                    Land was aquired on 11/2/06. Certificates of Occupancy were issued on all 88 units in October 2008. By July 2009 100% of the units were leased and 98.9% occupied.
PGM Year:               2006

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          33 - D/E TASK FORCE OVERNIGHT ASSISTANCE

Status:                 Completed                                                 Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               404A JERRY STREET CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104                   Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                  Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                           National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       04/26/2008                            Description:
Financing                                                                         FUNDS USED TO PAY OVERNIGHT LODGING TO THE HOMELESS, TRANSIENTS AND VICTIMS OF
                                                                                  CRIME. ASSISTANCE IS USUALLY LIMITED TO 2-NIGHTS STAY IN A MOTEL.
     Funded Amount:                         $5,250.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $5,250.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 125
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                               Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                   Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0        61                 4
  Black/African American:                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                          0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                          0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                 0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0        61                 4


  Female-headed Households:                                                0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner    Renter        Total                 Person
  Extremely Low                     0          0             0                    58
  Low Mod                           0          0             0                     3
  Moderate                          0          0             0                     0
  Non Low Moderate                  0          0             0                     0
  Total                             0          0             0                    61
  Percent Low/Mod                                                            100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2007                61            ON DRAW 3, 7/25/08, FOUR CLIENTS WERE ASSISTED, OF WHICH 3 WERE VERY LOW AND 1 WAS LOW INCOME. ON DRAW 4, 7/25/08, 11 CLIENTS WERE
                                    ASSISTED, OF WHICH 10 WERE VERY LOW INCOME AND 1 WAS LOW INCOME. ON DRAW 5, 8/21/08, 10 CLIENTS WERE ASSISTED, ALL OF WHICH WERE
                                    VERY LOW INCOME. On Draw #6, 10/18/08, 14 clients were assisted, of which 13 were extremely low-income and 1 is very low income. As per the Project Completion
                                    report submitted on 10-18-08 148 nights of emergency overnight lodging was provided on behalf of 61 individuals (including 10 families)



  2006
PGM Year:               2005

Project:                0010 - NEIGHBOR NETWORK PROGRAM
IDIS Activity:          37 - NEIGHBOR NETWORK

Status:                 Completed                                                   Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               4400 CASTLETON COURT CASTLE ROCK, CO 80109                  Outcome:       Sustainability
                                                                                    Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                         National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       05/13/2008                              Description:
Financing                                                                           THE HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT WILL EXPAND THIS CURRENT PROGRAM BY HIRING A
                                                                                    VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR TO PROVIDE INCREASED SERVICES TO DOUGLAS COUNTY ELDERLY,
     Funded Amount:                         $15,000.00                              DISABLED, AND VETRANS.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $15,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 200
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                 Owner                Renter                              Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                     Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0        69                 3
  Black/African American:                                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            1              0
  Asian:                                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            1              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                            0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            1              0
  Asian White:                                                               0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                            0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                   0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                        0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                  0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0        72                 3


  Female-headed Households:                                                  0                             0                          0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner    Renter        Total                Person
  Extremely Low                     0          0             0                    18
  Low Mod                           0          0             0                    50
  Moderate                          0          0             0                     4
  Non Low Moderate                  0          0             0                     0
  Total                             0          0             0                    72
  Percent Low/Mod                                                            100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2008                72            FROM 3/1/08-1/31/09 THE COORDINATOR ADDED 76 PEOPLE TO THE PROGRAM. THERE ARE 42 NEW CLIENTS AND 38 NEW VOLUNTEERS. THE
                                    PROGRAM PROVIDED 453 RIDES TO MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS FOR OLDER ADULTS. THE VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR WAS HIRED AND WORKS
                                    APPROX. 20-40 HOURS PER WEEK TO CO- ORDINATE THE PROGRAM ACTIVITIES. THIS DATA DOES NOT INCLUDE FINAL PROJECT COMPLETION
                                    REPORT INFORMATION. According to the Project Completion Report (submitted on 3-10-09) There are 140 enrolled in the program including 68 volunteers and 72
                                    clients. Overall accomplishments includes over 500 transportation trips, over 3,000 hours of volunteer support.

  2007                              VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR HAS BEEN HIRED AND HAS BEEN RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS, MANY HAVE BEEN PLACED IN HUMAN SERVICES ROLES.
                                    COORDIANTOR ALSO CONTINUES TO BUILD THE TRANSPORTATION PART OF THE PROGRAM.(AS OF 7-7-08)AS OF 10/10/08,DRAW 3, 42 ACTIVE
                                    VOLUNTEERS ARE SERVING 50 SENIORS.



  2005
PGM Year:           2007

Project:            0003 - CDBG ADMINISTRATION
IDIS Activity:      38 - CDBG ADMINISTRATION

Status:             Completed                                  Objective:
Location:           100 THIRD STREET CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104     Outcome:
                                                               Matrix Code:   General Program Administration (21A)    National Objective:

Initial Funding Date:                 05/13/2008               Description:
Financing                                                      FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PAY THE ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES OF THE DOUGLAS COUNTY CDBG
                                                               PROGRAM
     Funded Amount:                   $117,793.75
     Drawn Thru Program Year:         $117,793.75
     Drawn In Program Year:           $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments


Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year           # Benefiting
PGM Year:               2006

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          39 - DOUGLAS COUNTY AUDIO INFORMATION SERVICE

Status:                 Completed                                                       Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               2200 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE A BOULDER, CO 80301                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                        Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                           National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       05/13/2008                                  Description:
Financing                                                                               PROVIDE ACCESS TO INK PRINT MATERIALS TO BLIND,VISUALLY IMPAIRED, AND PRINT
                                                                                        HANDICAPPED CITIZENS IN DOUGLAS COUNTY
     Funded Amount:                         $7,170.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $7,170.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 30
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                     Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                         Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0        21                 0
  Black/African American:                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                            0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0        21                 0


  Female-headed Households:                                                      0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner    Renter      Total          Person
  Extremely Low                     0         0           0              1
  Low Mod                           0         0           0              4
  Moderate                          0         0           0             16
  Non Low Moderate                  0         0           0              0
  Total                             0         0           0             21
  Percent Low/Mod                                                   100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2008                21            AIN PROVIDED 144 HRS OF BROADCAST ON THE SECONDARY AUDIO PROGRAMMING OF ROCKY MTN PBS. A TOTAL OF 21 REGISTERED LISTENERS
                                    WERE SERVED. LISTENERS WERE PROVIDED FULL ACCESS TO PROGRAMMING. PROGRAM SCHEDULES WERE PRINTED AND MADE AVAILABLE IN
                                    SEVERAL FORMATS INCLUDING BRAILLE. OUTREACH ACTIVITIES WERE COMPLETED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY.


  2006                              AS OF 4-9-08 AIN COLORADO BROADCAST 39 HOURS OF DC NEWS AND PROGRAMMING DURING THE FIRST QUARTER. EIGHTEEN DOUGLAS COUNTY
                                    RESIDENTS WERE SERVED. THE DIRECTOR OF MARKETING ATTENDED THE DOUGLAS COUNTY HUMAN NEEDS SUMMIT AND MADE SEVERAL
                                    CONTACTS. SHE ALSO REGISTERED AS AN EXHIBITOR AT THE LONE TREE RECREATION CENTER HEALTH & FITNESS DAY WHICH WAS HELD ON MAY
                                    27, 2008.


  2007                              AIN HAS BROADCAST 36 HRS OF DC NEWS, 21 RESIDENTS HAVE BEEN SERVED. THE SPRING/FALL SCHEDULE WAS PRODUCED AND DISTRIBUTED,
                                    OUTREACH AND MARKETING HAS BEEN ONGOING IN DC. (AS OF 7/17/08). AS OF 10/10/08,36 NEWS HR WERE BROADCAST TO 20 RESIDENTS.
                                    MARKETING CONTINUES.DIGITAL RECEIVERS WERE PURCHASED TO REPLACE ANTIQUATED ANALOG RECEIVERS IN 2009. IN 2009.
PGM Year:               2006

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          40 - PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FOR CHILDREN

Status:                 Completed                                                     Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               155 INVERNESS DRIVE WEST SUITE 200 ENGLEWOOD, CO              Outcome:       Sustainability
                        80112                                                         Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                         National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       09/19/2008                                Description:
Financing                                                                             FUNDING WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES TO UNINSURED OR UNDERINSURED
                                                                                      CHILDREN AGES 3-17 FROM LOW TO MODERATE INCOME FAMILIES.
     Funded Amount:                         $28,015.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $28,015.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 30
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                   Owner                Renter                              Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                       Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                       0            0                0          0               0           0        40                 3
  Black/African American:                                                      0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                       0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                              0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                      0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                      0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                 0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                              0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                          0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                      0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                       0            0                0          0               0           0        40                 3


  Female-headed Households:                                                    0                             0                          0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter       Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0            0                     17
  Low Mod                           0           0            0                     10
  Moderate                          0           0            0                     13
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0            0                       0
  Total                             0           0            0                     40
  Percent Low/Mod                                                             100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2008                12            Draw #2 (submitted Jan 9, 2009) psychiatric services were provided to 12 children and adolescents in Douglas County of which 4 were 30% AMI and 8 were 50% AMI

  2009                 7            Draw #3 (submitted July 30, 2009)- psychiatric services were provided to 7 children and/or adolescents through this program. Funds were 100% expended with this
                                    Draw Down Request.
  2007                              N/A


  2006                21            AS OF DRAW #1 21 CLIENTS WERE ASSISTED WITH PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES.
PGM Year:               2006

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          41 - ACTIVITY VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Status:                 Completed                                                     Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER 2323 N. WOODLANDS BLVD              Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                        CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104                                         Matrix Code:   Senior Services (05A)                                    National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       11/19/2008                                Description:
Financing                                                                             FUNDS WERE GRANTED TO THE CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER TO TEMPORARILY FUND APOSITION
                                                                                      TO PLAN AND COORDINATE SENIOR-CENTER ACTIVITIES AND VOLUNTEERS.
     Funded Amount:                         $10,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $10,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 875
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                   Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                       Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                       0            0                0           0                0           0       808             21
  Black/African American:                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            9              0
  Asian:                                                                       0            0                0           0                0           0        17                 0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                              0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                 0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                              0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                     0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                          0            0                0           0                0           0        13                 0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                    0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                       0            0                0           0                0           0       851             21


  Female-headed Households:                                                    0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter       Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0            0                     93
  Low Mod                           0           0            0                    247
  Moderate                          0           0            0                    511
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0            0                      0
  Total                             0           0            0                    851
  Percent Low/Mod                                                             100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2008                851           By hiring the Volunteer Coordinator, the CRSC has been able to increasethe number of volunteer hours to over 22,000. As a result, more programs and services were
                                    offered to the 851 members of the Senior Center.

  2007                              Remaining accomplishments reported in 2008 PY

  2006                              AS OF 11-19-08 DRAW 1 & 2, NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS AND VOLUNTEER HOURS LOGGED CONTINUES TO INCREASE WITH BETTER COORDINATION
                                    AND SUPERVISION FOR VOLUNTEERS, AS A RESULT MORE SERVICES ARE PROVIDED THROUGH THE CENTER.
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0001 - DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCT
IDIS Activity:          42 - SHARED EQUITY PROGRAM

Status:                 Completed                                                       Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               9350 HERITAGE HILLS CIRCLE LONE TREE, CO 80124                  Outcome:       Affordability
                                                                                        Matrix Code:   Direct Homeownership Assistance (13)                  National Objective:     LMH

Initial Funding Date:                       11/19/2008                                  Description:
Financing                                                                               ASSISTANCE IS PROVIDED FOR LOW-AND MODERATE-INCOME RESIDENTS TO BRIDGE
                                                                                        AFFORDABILITY GAP TO HOMEOWNERSHIP THROUGH DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE ANDOR
     Funded Amount:                         $296,933.00                                 CLOSING COSTS.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $296,933.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $3,193.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Households (General) : 8
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                     Owner                Renter                             Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                         Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic      Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                         8            0                0          0              8           0            0              0
  Black/African American:                                                        0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                         0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                                0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                        0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                        0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                   0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                                0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                       0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                            0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                        0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                      0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                         8            0                0          0              8           0            0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                      4                             0                         4
  Income Category:
                                 Owner      Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                       0          0             0                       0
  Low Mod                             0          0             0                       0
  Moderate                            8          0             8                       0
  Non Low Moderate                    0          0             0                       0
  Total                               8          0             8                       0
  Percent Low/Mod                100.0%                  100.0%

Annual Accomplishments               Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2007                 0             ORIGINAL CONTRACT EXECUTED 10-22-08. THE CONTRACT WAS AMENDED ON 3-24-09 AND AN ADDITIONAL $131,933 WAS AWARDED TO THE
                                     SUBGRANTEE DUE TO A REALLOCATION OF FUNDS OTHER SUBGRANTEES WERE NOT ABLE TO USE. TOTAL AWARD IS NOW $296,933. FIRST DRAW
                                     DOWN SUBMITTED 10-28-08, IN THE 2008 PROGRAM YEAR.



  2008                 8             DRAW #1, 11-19-08 1ST SEP LOAN FOR CLIENT AT 60.63% AMI.

                                     As per the Annual Report submitted 9-22-09, a total of 8 households were provided assistance through the SEP. All were qualified as moderate-income (80% AMI).
                                     Funds are 99% expended as of 10/27/09.

                                     Final Draw #9 12-23-09 9th portion of SEP Loan for client at 61.23% AMI for a total of $3,193 reported under activity 66 (2008 SEP CDBG-R) because majority of funds
                                     came from that activity-in order to not inflate accomplishment data.


                                     As per the Project Completion Report submitted 12-1-09, the DCHP assisted 9 families (final family only partial payment)through this program. The average income of
                                     the 9 families was $40,971, which is 72.44% of AMI. Families were able to purchase a wide variety of homes that resulted in an average purchase price of $189,494.
                                     These purchases resulted in first mortgages totaling $1,385,551 that were funded through local lenders. Many of the clients would not have been able to purchase thier
                                     first home without the Shared Equity investment. The DCHP has partnered with local employers to bridge the gap between salaries and rising housing costs. By
                                     providing this service, the DCHP is allowing families to cut down on their commute time, improve their performance at work, and allow them the ability to become a more
                                     integral part of the community.
PGM Year:               2008

Project:                0003 - WCFOC FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
IDIS Activity:          44 - WCFOC FAMILY RESOURCE CENTE

Status:                 Completed                                              Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               PO Box 367 Castle Rock, CO 80104-0367                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                               Matrix Code:   Public Facilities and Improvement                        National Objective:     LMC
                                                                                              (G      l) (03)
Initial Funding Date:                       12/12/2008                         Description:
Financing                                                                      FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR SOFT COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF A FAMILY
                                                                               RESOURCE CENTER
     Funded Amount:                         $212,500.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $212,500.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Public Facilities : 1
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                            Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                0            0                0           0                0           0       238             49
  Black/African American:                                               0            0                0           0                0           0        56                 0
  Asian:                                                                0            0                0           0                0           0        11                 0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                       0            0                0           0                0           0        35                 0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                               0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                               0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                          0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:              0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0        10                 0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                               0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                0            0                0           0                0           0       350             49


  Female-headed Households:                                             0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                     168
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                     154
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      28
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                     350
  Percent Low/Mod                                                               100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                350           As per Project Completion Report submitted 2-12-10,CDBG funds were used to pay cost associated with architectural, engineering, and design work for the facility.
                                    Design work was performed for the landscaping and geothermal heating and air system for the facility. CDBG funds were also used to pay for planning fees related to
                                    the platting and rezoning of the property. The facility was constructed 6-months ahead of schedule and clients were moved into the facility in mid-December 2009.



  2008                 0            As per 2008 Annual report (submitted on 9/29/09), all CDBG funds for this project were expended on qualified soft costs (including architecture, engineering, and design
                                    fees)related to the construction of the WDFOC Domestic Violence Shelter. As of 9/30/09 the shelter is 85% complete and WCFOC plans to occupy the building with full
                                    services available to clients by 12/1/09.
PGM Year:               2008

Project:                0001 - DOWNPAYMENT ASSISTANCE
IDIS Activity:          45 - HOME OWNERSHIP PROGRAM

Status:                 Completed                                                        Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               9350 Heritage Hills Cir Lonetree, CO 80124-5518                  Outcome:       Affordability
                                                                                         Matrix Code:   Direct Homeownership Assistance (13)                  National Objective:     LMH

Initial Funding Date:                        12/12/2008                                  Description:
Financing                                                                                PROVIDE DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANE FOR LOW-AND MODERATE-INCOMEPERSONS TO ACHEIVE
                                                                                         HOMEOWNERSHIP IN DOUGLAS COUNTY.
     Funded Amount:                          $244,487.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                $244,487.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                  $24,123.59
Proposed Accomplishments

     Households (General) : 6
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                      Owner                Renter                             Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                          Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic      Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                      24               3                0          0           24             3            0              0
  Black/African American:                                                         0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                          2            0                0          0              2           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                                 1            0                0          0              1           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                         0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                         0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                    0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                                 2            0                0          0              2           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                        0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                             0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                         0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                       0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                      29               3                0          0           29             3            0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                   11                                0                      11
  Income Category:
                                 Owner      Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                       1          0             1                      0
  Low Mod                             1          0             1                      0
  Moderate                           27          0            27                      0
  Non Low Moderate                    0          0             0                      0
  Total                              29          0            29                      0
  Percent Low/Mod                100.0%                  100.0%

Annual Accomplishments               Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2008                29             As per Project Completion Report submitted 9-17-09. During the 2008 PY the DCHP provided education/counseling to 154 families and assisted 29 families purchase
                                     their first home through the Home Ownership Program. The average income of the 29 families was $42,097, which is an average of 67% of AMI. Borrowers were able
                                     to purchase a wide variety of homes that resulted in an average purchase price of $166,886. These purchases resulted in first mortgages totaling $4,369,103 that were
                                     funded through local lenders.
PGM Year:           2008

Project:            0005 - CDBG ADMIN
IDIS Activity:      46 - CDBG ADMINISTRATION

Status:             Open                                       Objective:
Location:           100 THIRD STREET CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104     Outcome:
                                                               Matrix Code:   General Program Administration (21A)   National Objective:

Initial Funding Date:                   12/12/2008             Description:
Financing                                                      FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE COUNTY'S CDBG PROGRAM THROUGHOUT
                                                               THE 2008 PROGRAM YEAR
     Funded Amount:                     $158,762.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:           $155,917.75
     Drawn In Program Year:             $60,737.28
Proposed Accomplishments


Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year           # Benefiting
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0004 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          48 - OVERNIGHT LODGING ASSISTANCE

Status:                 Completed                                                Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               1638 Park St Castle Rock, CO 80109-3010                  Outcome:       Sustainability
                                                                                 Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                         National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       01/09/2009                           Description:
Financing                                                                        TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO HOMELESS,TRANSIENTS,AND STRANDED MOTORISTS, AND VICTIMS OF
                                                                                 CRIME. ASSISTANCE IS LIMITED TO 2 NIGHTS IN A MOTEL.
     Funded Amount:                         $5,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $5,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 50
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                              Owner                Renter                              Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                  Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                  0            0                0          0               0           0        60                 5
  Black/African American:                                                 0            0                0          0               0           0            2              0
  Asian:                                                                  0            0                0          0               0           0            1              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                         0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                 0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                 0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                            0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                         0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                 0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                               0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                  0            0                0          0               0           0        63                 5


  Female-headed Households:                                               0                             0                          0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                     60
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                      2
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      1
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                      0
  Total                             0           0             0                     63
  Percent Low/Mod                                                              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                              Accomplishments reported in the 2008 PY
  2008                63            As per the Annual Report, submitted 9-29-09, 63 pople were assisted (representing 28 households) with 150 nights of emergency overnight lodging. All clients assisted
                                    to date are income qualified and 27 of the families were identified as homeless.



  2007                              Accomplishments reported in the 2008 PY
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0004 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          49 - UTILITY ASSISTANCE

Status:                 Completed                                                 Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               404 A JERRY STREET CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104                  Outcome:       Sustainability
                                                                                  Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                         National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       01/09/2009                            Description:
Financing                                                                         TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE FOR HEAT, ELECTRIC, AND WATER FOR CLIENTS WHO ARE IN IMMEDIATE
                                                                                  DANGER OF HAVING THEIR UTILITIES TURNED OFF OR ARE ALREADY DISCONNECTED.
     Funded Amount:                         $17,500.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $17,500.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 50
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                               Owner                Renter                              Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                   Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                   0            0                0          0               0           0       190             35
  Black/African American:                                                  0            0                0          0               0           0        14                 0
  Asian:                                                                   0            0                0          0               0           0            5              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                          0            0                0          0               0           0            4              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                  0            0                0          0               0           0            4              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                  0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                             0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                          0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                 0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                      0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                  0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                   0            0                0          0               0           0       217             35


  Female-headed Households:                                                0                             0                          0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                   Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                     108
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                      76
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      33
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                     217
  Percent Low/Mod                                                               100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2007                              Accomplishments reported in the 2008 PY
  2009                              Accomplishments reported in the 2008 PY


  2008                217           79 utility payments were made for 71 households (including a total 217 people assisted). Utility assistance was provided directly to the utility company and DETF staff
                                    negotiated with utility companies to ensure that utilities remained on for at least 30-days. Overall, these funds helped leverage an exsisting service, preventing
                                    homelessness to income qualified residents of Douglas County.
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0004 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          50 - VEHICLE PURCHASE

Status:                 Completed                                                 Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               404 A JERRY STREET CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                  Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                           National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       01/09/2009                            Description:
Financing                                                                         SUBSIDIZE THE COST OF ACQUIRING A TRUCK TO INCREASE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE FOOD
                                                                                  BANK OPERATION
     Funded Amount:                         $15,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $15,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 1,000
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                               Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                   Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0     7,851           1,869
  Black/African American:                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0       935                 0
  Asian:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0       280                 0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                          0            0                0           0                0           0       187                 0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                          0            0                0           0                0           0        94                 0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                 0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0     9,347           1,869


  Female-headed Households:                                                0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                 Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                  7,010
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                  1,636
  Moderate                          0           0             0                    701
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                      0
  Total                             0           0             0                  9,347
  Percent Low/Mod                                                              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2008               9,347          Truck was purchased on 12/24/08. Since purchased, vehicle has been used to pick up food bank donations and is available for volunteers to use to pick up daily
                                    donations at local grocery stores.


  2007                              Accomplishments reported in the 2008 PY
PGM Year:               2006

Project:                0003 - PUBLIC FACILITIES
IDIS Activity:          51 - MOTSENBOCKER GROUP HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Status:                 Completed                                                    Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               325 Inverness Dr S Englewood, CO 80112-6012                  Outcome:       Sustainability
                                                                                     Matrix Code:   Public Facilities and Improvement                      National Objective:     LMC
                                                                                                    (G      l) (03)
Initial Funding Date:                       01/09/2009                               Description:
Financing                                                                            FUNDS WILL BE USED TO CONNECT THE GROUP HOME TO PUBLIC SERVICES INCLUDING WATER,
                                                                                     SEWER, NATURAL GAS,PROVIDE AN EGRESS WINDOW AND MODERNIZING ELECTRICAL SERVICE
     Funded Amount:                         $120,000.00                              AND HANDICAP ACCESSIBILITY.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $120,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $15,152.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Public Facilities : 1
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                  Owner                Renter                              Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                      Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                      0            0                0          0               0           0            3              0
  Black/African American:                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                      0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                             0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                             0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                    0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                         0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                   0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                      0            0                0          0               0           0            3              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                   0                             0                          0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                 Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                      3
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                      0
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      0
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                      0
  Total                             0           0             0                      3
  Percent Low/Mod                                                              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                 3            As of the Annual Report submitted on 9-28-09, the project allowed Developmental Pathways to tie this group home into City water and sewer services and allowed them
                                    to eliminate the problematic well, septic tank and leach field. The group home also benefited from a new fire protections system and upgraded electrical system. In
                                    addition, an egress window was installed in the basement to meet current code and allow for additional rooms to be added during the planned future expansion of this
                                    home.


  2008                              Accomplishments reported in 2009 PY
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0004 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          52 - NEIGHBOR NETWORK

Status:                 Open                                                        Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               4400 CASTLETON COURT CASTLE ROCK, CO 80109                  Outcome:       Sustainability
                                                                                    Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                         National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       01/09/2009                              Description:
Financing                                                                           FUNDS USED TO SUPPORT A VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR FOR THE NEIGH-BOR NETWORK TO ALLOW
                                                                                    OLDER ADULTS TO REMAIN IN THEIR HOMESAND THE COMMUNITY BY PROVIDING VOLUNTEER
     Funded Amount:                         $15,000.00                              SUPPORT
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $15,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $5,709.04
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 120
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                 Owner                Renter                              Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                     Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Black/African American:                                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                            0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                               0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                            0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                   0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                        0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                    0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                  0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                     0            0                0          0               0           0            0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                  0                             0                          0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                       0
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                       0
  Moderate                          0           0             0                       0
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                       0
  Percent Low/Mod

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                              As of Draw #4-Final (Submitted 11-30-09)-Due to the efforts of the volunteer coordinator Neighbor Network was able to provide 1,920 rides through the end of August
                                    2009, 194 of these rides were provided to disabled adults. In addition, volunteers provided 464 hours to Douglas County Adult Protection Clients, 1,352 hours were
                                    provided to home bound elderly and adults with disabilities, 122 hours were provided to the Veterans Affairs office. In total the value of the volunteer time provided
                                    through this program to Douglas County residents for the first 8 months of operation is $156,540.


  2008
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0004 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          53 - ACTIVITY VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Status:                 Completed                                                      Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               2323 N WOODLANDS BLVD. CASTLE ROCK,, CO 80104                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                       Matrix Code:   Senior Services (05A)                                    National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       02/16/2009                                 Description:
Financing                                                                              FUNDS WERE GRANTED TO THE CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER TO TEMPORARILY FUND APOSITION
                                                                                       TO PLAN AND COORDINATE SENIOR-CENTER ACTIVITIES AND VOLUNTEERS.
     Funded Amount:                         $7,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $7,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 875
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                    Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                        Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0       808             21
  Black/African American:                                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            9              0
  Asian:                                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0        17                 0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                               0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                               0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                           0            0                0           0                0           0        13                 0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0       851             21


  Female-headed Households:                                                     0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                     93
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                    247
  Moderate                          0           0             0                    511
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                      0
  Total                             0           0             0                    851
  Percent Low/Mod                                                              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2007                              Accomplishments recorded under 2008 PY
  2008                851           Through the efforts of the Volunteer Coordinator the CRSC was able to increase volunteer hours to over 22,000. As a result more services were available to the 851
                                    members and the CRSC benefited by being able to increase their fundraising efforts.



  2009
PGM Year:               2006

Project:                0006 - HOUSING
IDIS Activity:          54 - MINOR HOME REPAIR

Status:                 Open                                                    Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               100 THIRD STREET CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104                  Outcome:       Sustainability
                                                                                Matrix Code:   Rehab; Single-Unit Residential (14A)                  National Objective:     LMH

Initial Funding Date:                       03/13/2009                          Description:
Financing                                                                       THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES GRANTS OF UP TO $5,000 TO INCOME QUALIFIED HOMEOWNERS TO
                                                                                COMPLETE REPAIRS AND REHAB WORK FOR CONDITIONS POSING A THREAT TO HEALTH, SAFETY, &
     Funded Amount:                         $130,300.00                         WELFARE.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $41,146.08
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $12,718.74
Proposed Accomplishments

     Housing Units : 20
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                             Owner                Renter                             Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                 Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic      Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                 6            0                0          0              6           0            0              0
  Black/African American:                                                0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                 0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                        0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                           0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                        0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:               0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                    0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                              0            0                0          0              0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                 6            0                0          0              6           0            0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                              3                             0                         3
  Income Category:
                                 Owner      Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                       1          0             1                       0
  Low Mod                             1          0             1                       0
  Moderate                            4          0             4                       0
  Non Low Moderate                    0          0             0                       0
  Total                               6          0             6                       0
  Percent Low/Mod                100.0%                  100.0%

Annual Accomplishments               Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2008                 6             As per Annual Report, submitted 10-5-09, the Minor Home Repair began accepting applications in February 2008. The first bid for work on 6 of the 8 homes was
                                     awarded and work began in Sept 2008. A second bid package was sent including work on 4 homes in July 2009. A third bid package is currently being prepared for 6
                                     additional homes. As of the date of this report 54% of the activity funds have been expended.

                                     Draw #4 (submitted 12-23-09)-Two homes were conpleted bringing the total to 4 homes completed to date. Douglas county staff member attended a week long training
                                     for lead based paint testing. Once certified he will be able to test for lead based paint in homes built prior to 1978 for the Minor Home Repair Program.

                                     .
                                     Draw #5 (submitted 1-14-10) Comprised of request by rehabilitation specialist to reimburse his time & milage to document completion of bid #1,and set up inspections
                                     with homeowners for bid #2, and perform contractor search & screening for the Minor Home Repair program.

                                     Draw #6 (submitted July 12,2010)Three bids are now completed and are comprised of eight homes, averaging $5,000 in minor home repairs in each home.

                                     Draw # 7 (submitted 7-12-10) Comprised of request by rehabilitation specialist to reimburse his time & milage for project oversight and documenting bids #2, 3 & 4 are
                                     complete.



  2009                               Annual Report submitted 8-15-10: Final construction and paperwork/draws were completed on bid 2, which was initially reported in the 2008 Annual Report for this
                                     project. Eight homes received minor home repair services for income-qualified homeowners in the Larkspur area (for homeowners Peralta, VanGorder, Cargill, Eldridge,
                                     Papka, Dovenberg, Jeske, and Paul). A new bid is being prepared for six additional homes, and the Minor Home Repairs in that bid are expected to be completed by
                                     the end of 2010. Most of the grant will be expended when the work is completed in this new bid.
PGM Year:               2006

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          55 - CRSC WELLNESS PROGRAM

Status:                 Completed                                                       Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               2323 Woodlands Blvd Castle Rock, CO 80104-2853                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                        Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                           National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       04/24/2009                                  Description:
Financing                                                                               EDUCATE SENIORS AND IMPROVE THEIR MOBILITY THROUGH LUNCH-N-LEARN SESSIONS ON
                                                                                        HEALTH RELATED TOPICS AND HOST A HEALTH FAIR FOR SENIORS.
     Funded Amount:                         $12,119.19
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $12,119.19
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $8,628.05
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 350
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                     Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                         Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0       114                 2
  Black/African American:                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  Asian:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            1              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                            0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0       117                 2


  Female-headed Households:                                                      0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                      18
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                      23
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      76
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                    117
  Percent Low/Mod                                                               100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                117           Seniors are provided with opportunites to learn how to improve their health and mobility by attending Lunch & Learn and receiving chair massage. Presentations are
                                    given on health-related topics and healthy nutritious meals are served at Lunch & Learns. 120 participants benefited from these programs as of 10/27/09.

                                    Draw #6 (Submitted 12-9-09)-48 participants received subsidized services and 38 participants benefited from lunch and learn.
                                    Draw #7 (Submitted 12-9-09)-15 participants received subsidized services and 2 lunch and learns were held in May 2009.
                                    Draw #8 (Submitted 12-9-09)-54 participants received subsidized services and initiated walking program with lunch and learn participants.
                                    Draw #9 (Submitted 12-15-09)-26 participants received subsidized services and professional fees for wellness professionals paid.



                                    Draw #11(Submitted 5-21-10)- 18 new clients and other participants benefited from 7 Lunch & Learn clases presented at the CRSC.
                                    Draw #12(Submitted 5-21-10)- Winter Survival Kits (designed to provide seniors with 1-2 days of nourishment in case of illness or heavy snowfall) were provided to 26
                                    senior member of the CRSC.
                                    Draw #13(Submitted 5-21-10)- 25 senior participants benefited from 3 senior Art Classes held at the CRSC.

                                    Draw #9 (Submitted 5-21-10)- Exercise tapes were purchased for the Sit & Be Fit class which is regularly offered to the seniors at the CRSC.

                                    Project Completion Report (submitted 5-28-10)- 117 seniors directly benefited from this project through the programs offered as a result of this project. The programs
                                    offered included therapeutic massage (benefiting 20-30 clients/month),Sit and Be Fit class (held 3 times/week averaging 12 participants/class), Senior Art (held 1
                                    time/week), Monthly Lunch and Learn workshops (avg 40 participants/month), Winter Survival Kits were also provided to participants of the Wellness program. Many of
                                    the 117 participants who benefited from this program participated in several of the wellness opportunities provided by the CRSC.



  2008                              A Wellness Fair was hosted for 300 participants where seniors enjoyed wellness presentations, healthy snacks and were exposed to a variety of vendors. Chair
                                    massages were provided for 19 clients. Draws #1 &#2 were submitted 2/9/09 for a total of $2,420.44.
PGM Year:               2008

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          56 - ACTIVITY VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Status:                 Completed                                                       Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               2323 Woodlands Blvd Castle Rock, CO 80104-2853                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                        Matrix Code:   Senior Services (05A)                                    National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       04/24/2009                                  Description:
Financing                                                                               FUNDS WERE GRANTED TO THE CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER TO TEMPORARILY FUND APOSITION
                                                                                        TO PLAN AND COORDINATE SENIOR-CENTER ACTIVITIES AND VOLUNTEERS.
     Funded Amount:                         $19,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $19,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $4,368.69
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 1,000
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                     Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                         Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0       714             19
  Black/African American:                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            9              0
  Asian:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0        16                 0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            2              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                            0            0                0           0                0           0        13                 0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0       756             19


  Female-headed Households:                                                      0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                   Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                      83
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                     219
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      83
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                     371
  Total                             0           0             0                     756
  Percent Low/Mod                                                                50.9%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                756           As per Annual Report submitted on 9-30-09, 756 CRSC members benefitted from the additional services made available through the CRSC due to the Volunteer
                                    Coordinator position. The Volunteer Coordinator supervises the many volunteers in planning and executing the many programs and services offered through the center
                                    (this includes overseeing the CRSC's transportation services program). In 2008 nearly 300 volunteers logged more than 26,000 hours of service for the Center. Final
                                    draw (#4) created on 12-23-09.

                                    As per the Project Completion Report (submitted 9/1/10) This grant allowed the CRSC to continue to employ a volunteer coordinator which resulted in better
                                    coordination of both volunteers and projects. the number of volunteer hours in 2008 increased to over 26,000. More programs and services where offered to Douglas
                                    County seniors with the assistance of these volunteers and the oversight of the volunteer coordinator. Volunteers were more willing to work additional hours as projects
                                    were more organized and enjoyable for them to participate in. This position also allowed the CRSC to increase their fundraising efforts. Overall this position helps keep
                                    seniors active and healthy, and contributing members of the communities in which they live.



  2008                              Accomplishments reported in 2009 PY
PGM Year:               2008

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          57 - EMERGENCY HOUSING PROGRAM

Status:                 Completed                                                Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               1638 Park St Castle Rock, CO 80109-3010                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                 Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                           National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       04/24/2009                           Description:
Financing                                                                        FUNDS WILL BE PROVIDED TO EXPAND THEIR EMERGENCY HOUSINGASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR
                                                                                 HOUSHOLDS AT RISK OF BECOMING HOMELESS DUE TO EVICTION NOTICES OR OTHER
     Funded Amount:                         $25,000.00                           CIRCUMSTANCES.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $25,000.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $6,959.17
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 350
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                              Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                  Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0       255             31
  Black/African American:                                                 0            0                0           0                0           0        20                 0
  Asian:                                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                         0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                 0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                 0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                            0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                         0            0                0           0                0           0            1              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                 0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                               0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0       276             31


  Female-headed Households:                                               0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                    215
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                      47
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      14
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                    276
  Percent Low/Mod                                                              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                276           As per the Annual Report, submitted on 9-28-09, 78 housing payments were made and homelessness was prevented for 228 income-qualified people. As of 10-28-09
                                    72% of activity funds have been expended.

                                    Draw #7 (submitted 9-29-09)-6 payments were made 1 for mortgage and 5 for rent assistance. Of these payments 4 were at extreamly low-income, 1 at very low-
                                    income, and 1 at low-income.

                                    Draw #8 (submitted 11-4-09)- 17 payments were made, 1 for mortgage assistance and 16 for rent assistance. Of these payments made 14 were extreamly low-income
                                    and 3 were very low-income.

                                    Draw #9 (Final draw) submitted 12-2-09- 5 rent payments were made for families, 4 at extreamly low-income, 1 at very low income.

                                    As per Project Completion Report (submitted 12/3/09)- The DETF provided emergency funds for housing assistance in the amount of $25,000 on behalf of 100 client
                                    households for the benefit of 276 individuals. Some payments made on behalf of client households exceeded the typical DETF $250 limit so fewer overall clients than
                                    estimated were assisted with these funds. This was done because EFSP required the entire months rent be paid on behalf of clients and also required that all other fundi




  2008                              Accomplishments reported in the 2009 PY
PGM Year:               2008

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          58 - AUDIO INFORMATION NETWORK OF COLORADO

Status:                 Completed                                                      Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               2200 Central Ave Ste A Boulder, CO 80301-3097                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                       Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                           National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       04/24/2009                                 Description:
Financing                                                                              FUNDS WILL BE USED TO ASSIST INCOME QUALIFIED RESIDENTS WHO ARE BLIND OR VISUALLY
                                                                                       IMPAIRED TO RECEIVE LOCAL AND NATIONAL NEWS THROUGH TELEVISION,RADIO,INTERNET OR BY
     Funded Amount:                         $13,800.00                                 TELEPHONE.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $13,800.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $6,651.20
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 15
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                    Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                        Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0        13                 0
  Black/African American:                                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            1              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                               0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                               0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                      0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                           0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                       0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0        14                 0


  Female-headed Households:                                                     0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                       2
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                       3
  Moderate                          0           0             0                       9
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                      14
  Percent Low/Mod                                                              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                14            As per the Annual Report, submitted 9-21-09, AINC provided audio information services to 14 Douglas County clients. This included 69 hours of reading DC
                                    newspapers. Also 8 DC listeners received new digital receivers to access the AINC broadcast. AINC staff have attended several local events to market these services
                                    to DC residents. To date the AINC has expended 52% of their 2008 funds for this activity.

                                    Draw #7 (11-4-09)- AINC provided 24 hrs of broadcast time in Sept and Oct and additional marketing was done in Douglas County in support of the program.

                                    Draw #8, submitted 12/14/09, provided 18 hours of the reading of Douglas County newspapers in November and part of December. Staff accomplished outreach and
                                    marketing activities in Castle Rock, Parker, Lone Tree, Roxborough and Highlands Ranch, all the major population centers in the County. A listener in Parker was also
                                    assisted with new equipment set-up. A Volunteer Appreciation brunch was held by the organization, which included Douglas County volunteers.

                                    Draw # 9, submitted 2/10/10, completes the grant over a one-year period. The organization provided 24 hours of the reading of Douglas County newspapers over an 8-
                                    week period. Staff attended the Douglas County Senior Council meetings in January and February, and new listener program guides were made available.
PGM Year:           2008

Project:            0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:      59 - Neighborhood Clean-Up Town of Parker

Status:             Completed                                                                     Objective:      Create suitable living environments
Location:           20120 E Mainstreet Parker, CO 80138-7334                                      Outcome:        Availability/accessibility
                                                                                                  Matrix Code:    Neighborhood Cleanups (05V)                                 National Objective:    LMA

Initial Funding Date:                          10/12/2009                                         Description:
Financing                                                                                         Funds will be used to conduct two clean-ups for the Cottonwood neighborhood which is designated as a CDBG
                                                                                                  Target Area for Douglas County. These cleanups will provide residents with dumpsters to dispose of junk, debris,
     Funded Amount:                            $4,777.00                                          and large items that regular trash service will not pick up.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                  $4,777.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                    $1,857.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 100
     Total Population in Service Area: 2,828
     Census Tract Percent Low / Mod: 30.40

Annual Accomplishments                    Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                                    As of Draw 2 (12-23-09) The town held it's second cleanup for the Cottonwood Neighborhood on Sept 12, 2009. Over 70 households used this service, and seven
                                          dumpsters were filled over the course of the day. This was a coordinated cleanup between the Town and Douglas County to cover the entire Cottonwood area.

                                          As per the Project Completion Report (submitted 12-23-09)The Town completed the 2 proposed clean up events in the Cottonwood Neighborhood which is located fully
                                          within a CDBG Target Area (including Census target areas 014001 block groups 3 and 4). Approximately 190 residents benefited directly from the 2 clean up event as
                                          they were able to dispose of their larger trash items but the entire Cottonwood Neighborhood (4,107 residents) benefited from the improved neighborhood appearance.
                                          All residents who participated appreciated the opportunity to despose of the large trash items that regular trash service will not remove from their properties. Both clean
                                          ups also included a local metal recycler that removed metals for recycling free of charge.




  2008                                    As of Draw 1 (6-4-09)- 1 cleanup was held in the Cottonwood neighborhood. 120 households benefited from the cleanup. 8 dumpsters were filled and removed from the
                                          area.

                                          As of Draw 2 (12-23-09) The town held it's second cleanup for the Cottonwood Neighborhood on Sept 12, 2009. Over 70 households used this service, and seven
                                          dumpsters were filled over the course of the day. This was a coordinated cleanup between the Town and Douglas County to cover the entire Cottonwood area.
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC FACILITIES
IDIS Activity:          60 - Parker Senior Center

Status:                 Open                                                Objective:      Create suitable living environments
Location:               10675 Longs Way Parker, CO 80138                    Outcome:        Availability/accessibility
                                                                            Matrix Code:    Senior Centers (03A)                                        National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                         09/30/2009                    Description:
Financing                                                                   The Parker Senior Center will use the funds to rewire and replace the phone system and convert some of the
                                                                            landscaping to drought-tolerant plant materils to save money on their monthly water bill. The savings will allow
     Funded Amount:                           $11,275.00                    more of the Center's funding to be used for seniors and their activities.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                 $4,510.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                   $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Public Facilities : 427
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                         Owner                 Renter                                Total                   Person
Number assisted:
                                                             Total        Hispanic         Total        Hispanic         Total         Hispanic      Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                             0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Black/African American:                                            0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Asian:                                                             0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                    0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                            0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                            0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Asian White:                                                       0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                    0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:           0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                            0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Hispanic:                                                          0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0
  Total:                                                             0            0                0            0                0           0               0              0

  Female-headed Households:                                          0                             0                             0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                   Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0              0                       0
  Low Mod                           0           0              0                       0
  Moderate                          0           0              0                       0
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0              0                       0
  Total                             0           0              0                       0
  Percent Low/Mod

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2008                              The rewiring has been completed and a new phone system has been installed. The project manager is in the process of hiring a landscaper to install new plant
                                    materials. Draw #1 (submitted 5-26-09) and Draw #2 (6-15-09) expended 40% of the grant.

  2009                              An Annual Report was not submitted due to the fact that there have been no changes or additions to the report submitted in 2008. As of 10/27/10, the
                                    telecommunications portion of the project has been completed and is benefiting the seniors who participate in the Parker Senior Center. The landscaping bid was sent
                                    out to complete xeric landscape changes to the property, to complete the grant. However, there were no bidders. The feedback received by the project manager was
                                    that due to the Davis-Bacon wage requirements, the project was not feasible for landscape companies to submit a bid. This project is on hold while the subgrantee
                                    reviews their options to continue utilizing the grant. They are in the process of determining how to best utilize the funds and will amend their Scope of Services within
                                    the appointed time frame of six months or relinquish the remaining funds for reallocation.
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0004 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          61 - Psychiatric Services

Status:                 Completed                                                            Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               155 Inverness Dr W Ste 200 Englewood, CO 80112-5000                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                             Matrix Code:   Mental Health Services (05O)                             National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                          10/01/2009                                    Description:
Financing                                                                                    Psychiatric services will be provided to low and moderate income people in need of psychotherapy, medication
                                                                                             management, assessment & intake, residential admission, teen substance abuse and case management. Funds
     Funded Amount:                            $28,000.00                                    from this grant will be used to help those who are uninsured or underinsured and when Medicaid or Medicare do
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                  $28,000.00                                    not cover the cost.
     Drawn In Program Year:                    $16,735.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 25
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                          Owner                Renter                                Total                Person
Number assisted:
                                                                              Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic   Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                              0            0                0           0                0           0         32                4
  Black/African American:                                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian:                                                                              0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            1              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian White:                                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                                     0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                            0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                                 0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                             0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                           0            0                0           0                0           0            0              0
  Total:                                                                              0            0                0           0                0           0         33                4


  Female-headed Households:                                                           0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                 Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                     20
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                      5
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      8
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                      0
  Total                             0           0             0                     33
  Percent Low/Mod                                                              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                33            Draw #2 submitted 12-11-09 mental health services were provided to 28 income-qualified Douglas County clients. This was the final draw submitted.

                                    Project Completion report submitted 9-16-10, identifies that 33 clients were served through this grant. These clients were provided with 225 mental health and
                                    substanse abuse treatment services. These services included 19 medication evaluations, 13 medication management sessions, 22 assessments intakes, 85 individual
                                    psychotherapy sessions, 1 residential admision, 22 family therapy sessions, 3 adolescent substance abuse sessions, and 48 case management sessions. These 33
                                    primary clients received a total of 216 hours of service that otherwise would not have been available to them. In addition, an estimated 20 family members benefited
                                    from the family sessions made possible through this grant.




  2008                              Draw #1 (submitted 7/30/09) for $11,265 assisted 21 clients through medication, psychotherapy, substance abuse treatment residential admission and case
                                    management.
PGM Year:               2008

Project:                0007 - Wrap Around Facilitator
IDIS Activity:          62 - Wrap Around Facilitator

Status:                 Completed                                                     Objective:      Create suitable living environments
Location:               4400 Castleton Ct Castle Rock, CO 80109-7804                  Outcome:        Sustainability
                                                                                      Matrix Code:    Public Services (General) (05)                                National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                          10/12/2009                             Description:
Financing                                                                             Funding will be used to hire one full time FTE WrapArounD facilitator to serve income-qualified families who are
                                                                                      eligible to participate in the Wrap process. Wrap is a system of care approach originally conceived as a way of
     Funded Amount:                            $45,000.00                             preventing dollars from being spent on expensive out of home placements by substiuting cost-effective,
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                  $45,000.00                             community based, holistic services that are tailored to the needs and strengths of any given family. In this model
     Drawn In Program Year:                    $45,000.00                             facilitators assist families in defining their needs and strengths, then identifing creative, sustainable, affordable
                                                                                      solutions for families
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 30
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                   Owner                 Renter                                Total                    Person
Number assisted:
                                                                       Total        Hispanic          Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic       Total        Hispanic
  White:                                                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0            144              28
  Black/African American:                                                      0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  Asian:                                                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                              0            0                 0           0                0           0                2               0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                      0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                      0            0                 0           0                0           0                2               0
  Asian White:                                                                 0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  Black/African American & White:                                              0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                     0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  Other multi-racial:                                                          0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                      0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  Hispanic:                                                                    0            0                 0           0                0           0                0               0
  Total:                                                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0            148              28


  Female-headed Households:                                                    0                              0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                   Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0              0                      86
  Low Mod                           0           0              0                      42
  Moderate                          0           0              0                      20
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0              0                       0
  Total                             0           0              0                    148
  Percent Low/Mod                                                               100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                74            Project Completion Report (submitted 8-23-10)-A total of 22 families (including a total of 74 people) were assisted using these funds. Families assisted identified that
                                    90% of areas originally identified as a "stressor" for them were improved to "strengths". These families benefited from establishing an ongoing support system that they
                                    can always depend on. This truly supports the families on their path to self-sufficiency.



  2008                74            Draw #1 (8-21-09) and 2008 Annual Report (10-8-09), funds are being used to support family faclitators who work with families in the Town of Parker. 22 familes have
                                    received assistance to date (with 74 people total) of which 14 families qualify at 30% AMI, 5 families qualify at 50%AMI, and 3 qualify at 80% AMI.

                                    Draw #2 (submitted 11-5-09)-Parker facilitators continue to work with a caseload that is comprised of 74% income qualified families. 19 families benefited from
                                    facilitaion with case managers.


                                    Draw #3 (submitted (submitted 12-30-09) Parker facilitators worked with 22 families during this reporting period. The combined case load is comprised of 77%
                                    low/extremely low income families. The families were actively involved in problem-solving activities, and one family in particular has recently cleared some child-custody
                                    hurdles and is close to becoming financially self-sufficient.

                                    Draw #4, submitted 2/8/10, will complete the grant 10-months after signing the contract. The facilitators worked with 21 families during this reporting period. The
                                    caseload includes 70% low & extremely low income families. All families were involved actively in the problem solving process, where they learned problem solving
                                    skills and worked with their natural support groups (family and friends)to decide on how to handle problems to strengthen their family and resolve troublesome issues.
                                    For example, one situation included a complex divorce proceedure, involving custody of children, safety within the family, previous alcohol abuse, employment and
                                    financial difficulty. This family worked for 10-months to address these issues and has been so successful that they are graduating from the program in February 2010.
PGM Year:           2008

Project:            0004 - SEDALIA WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS
IDIS Activity:      63 - Sedalia Water System Improvements

Status:             Completed                                                                       Objective:       Create suitable living environments
Location:           PO Box 222 Sedalia, CO 80135-0222                                               Outcome:         Availability/accessibility
                                                                                                    Matrix Code:     Water/Sewer Improvements (03J)                                 National Objective:     LMA

Initial Funding Date:                          10/15/2009                                           Description:
Financing                                                                                           The funds will be used to upgrade the water system for the residents, businesses and an elementary school in
                                                                                                    the District. A well will be rehabilitated, the booster pump station will be replaced, two fire hydrants will be
     Funded Amount:                            $335,806.00                                          installed and a chemical metering structure will be installed over an existing valve vault. Survey information
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                  $335,806.00                                          reported here for National Objective eligibility is based on the target area information provided by HUD from the
     Drawn In Program Year:                    $335,806.00                                          2000 Census. Based on this information in the Sedalia CDP there are 118 lowmod residents out of a 213 total
                                                                                                    lowmod universe for a 55 4% lowmod % benefiting from the program As IDIS is reporting different figures for the
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 215
     Total Population in Service Area: 4,190
     Census Tract Percent Low / Mod: 32.90

Annual Accomplishments                    Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting
  2009                                    Draw #5 (Submitted 11-17-09)-The Alluvial Well #2 rehab has been completed and a new pump has been installed. Construction on the booster pump station has begun
                                          and is expected to continue through January.

                                          Draw #6, submitted 12/21/09, proved challenging for the subgrantees consultant to complete the payroll docuementation.Additional information was requested and
                                          received. This draw involved work on the replacement of the pump for alluvial well #2 that serves the town of Sedalia with water. Work also was started on the pipe
                                          installation for the booster pump station, by mobilizing and staging the site and installing silt fence, all in preparation for the next steps of tie-ins to new fire hydrants and
                                          chemical metering system.

                                          Draw #7 (submitted 12-28-09)A consultant was hired through Douglas County to complete a Cultural Resource Inventory required by the State Historic Preservation Office
                                          (SHPO) as part of the Environmental Review process. The SHPO reviewed the inventory and was satisfied that the proposed projects would not impact Sedalia's cultural
                                          or architectural resources.

  2009                                    Draw #8, submitted 2/15/10, The rehabilitation of well #2 has been completed. This will extend the useful life of the well and allow a larger flow of water to better serve the
                                          residents of the District. The pipes have been partially installed, which will connect into the new booster pump station, also a part of the grant.

                                          Draw #9, submitted 2/19/10, completes the replacement and rehabilitation of well #2. The Well house is being constructed, and the pipe and hydrants have been installed
                                          for the booster pump station.

                                          Draw #10, submitted 3/17/10, Site work and begining construction of the chemical metering structure at well #2.

                                          Draw #11, submitted February 19, 2010,was to install the yard piping for the booster pump station, install the fire hydrants on Plum Avenue,and continue construction of
                                          the chemical metering structure.

                                          Draw #12,completion of the site work and continued construction of the chemical metering structure.

                                          Draw #13, Booster pump installed, generator installed.

                                          Draw #14 (final draw)Alluvial well rehab completed.
2009   As per Project Completion Report (submitted 7-29-10) All components of this project have been completed and are operational. The water system is opperating in
       accordance with the requirements of the design specifications and drawings. These improvements have added water pressure to Sedalia's system and the project has
       enhanced fire protection with the district. Also the chemical metering structure improved the reliability of the water system in terms of meeting health and safety
       requirements of the water supply.

2008   (Annual Report submitted 9/30/09)This project is split into 2 projects, the well rehab and other improvements. The contract for the well rehab has been executed and
       field work will begin in early Oct 2009-this work will be completed within 1 month. The contract for the remaining work has also been executed and work will begin in late
       Oct with completion estimated to be in Feb 2010.

       Draw #4 submitted 11-17-09 Alluvial Well #2 has been rehabilitated with a new pump installed. Booster pump station construction has begun, ground was moved to
       check on line size, equipment is onsite.
PGM Year:               2008

Project:                0008 - DETF Trash Compactor
IDIS Activity:          64 - DETF Trash Compactor

Status:                 Completed                                                Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               1638 Park St Castle Rock, CO 80109-3010                  Outcome:       Sustainability
                                                                                 Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                             National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                       12/07/2009                           Description:
Financing                                                                        Funds will be used to purchase a trash compactor to support the ongoing food bank and thrift store operations.

     Funded Amount:                         $11,888.15
     Drawn Thru Program Year:               $11,888.15
     Drawn In Program Year:                 $11,888.15
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 10,000
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                              Owner                Renter                               Total                   Person
Number assisted:
                                                                  Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic        Total         Hispanic      Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                  0            0                0          0                0           0         2,967           730
  Black/African American:                                                 0            0                0          0                0           0           365                0
  Asian:                                                                  0            0                0          0                0           0           110                0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                         0            0                0          0                0           0            73                0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                 0            0                0          0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                 0            0                0          0                0           0               0              0
  Asian White:                                                            0            0                0          0                0           0               0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                         0            0                0          0                0           0            37                0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                0            0                0          0                0           0               0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                     0            0                0          0                0           0            98                0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                 0            0                0          0                0           0               0              0
  Hispanic:                                                               0            0                0          0                0           0               0              0
  Total:                                                                  0            0                0          0                0           0         3,650           730


  Female-headed Households:                                               0                             0                           0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                   2,738
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                     639
  Moderate                          0           0             0                     273
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                   3,650
  Percent Low/Mod                                                               100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009               3,650          Final Draw (Submitted 9-17-09)- DETF purchased a GPI Power Packer (trash compactor), secured the building permit from the Town of Castle Rock, installed electrical
                                    outlet required for the compactor, had electrical work inspected by the Town of Castle Rock, and installed the trask compactor in the rear of the agency's facility. The
                                    trash compactor is currently in operation and has made a significant impact in the agency's efficiency related to the food bank and thrift store operations.

                                    As per the Project Completion Report (submitted 9/28/10) The trash compactor was purchased within the identified timeframe. Since the purchase of the trash
                                    compactor the DETF has reduced trash pickups from 3 to 2 times per week and they are expecting to further reduce trash pickups to only 1 time a week. The money
                                    saved by lowering the number of trash pickups will be used for food bank expenses allowing the DETF to provide additional clients with food. The DETF expect to
                                    continue to benefit from this trash compactor for years to come.
PGM Year:               2008

Project:                0002 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:          65 - D/ETF Emergency Utility Assistance

Status:                 Completed                                                 Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               404 A Jerry Street Castle Rock, CO 80104                  Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                  Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                             National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                         12/07/2009                          Description:
Financing                                                                         The DETF provides overnight lodging to the homeless, transients, stranded motorists, and victims of crime.
                                                                                  Lodging is limited to 2-nights in a motel or camping privleges for one week in most cases.
     Funded Amount:                           $10,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                 $10,000.00                          In addition income-qualified clients can receive assistance with water, heat, and electricity to enable them to
     Drawn In Program Year:                   $10,000.00                          remain in their home. These funds are used on an emergency basis to keep utilities on for an additional 30 days.
                                                                                  Clients must live in Douglas County and provide photo identification complete an affidavit affirming legal
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 115
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                               Owner                Renter                                Total                  Person
Number assisted:
                                                                   Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic     Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0          175             42
  Black/African American:                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  Asian:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                          0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                  0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                  0            0                0           0                0           0              5              0
  Asian White:                                                             0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                          0            0                0           0                0           0              4              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                 0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                  0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                0            0                0           0                0           0              0              0
  Total:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0          184             42


  Female-headed Households:                                                0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter         Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0              0                     115
  Low Mod                           0           0              0                      42
  Moderate                          0           0              0                      27
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0              0                       0
  Total                             0           0              0                     184
  Percent Low/Mod                                                                100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                184           Draw #1 (submitted 9-30-09)-11 households were assisted with a total of 46 nights of emergency overnight lodging (including 8 individuals and 3 families). Of the 11
                                    households 10 were at extreamly low-income and 1 was at very low-income.

                                    Special Note: Due to high demand for utility assistance by Douglas County residents, and due to the difficulty to use these funds based on a State of Colorado
                                    requirement to document all who receive assistance with public funds are legal residents of the State of Colorado, the DETF requested the funds be used for utility
                                    assistance instead of overnight emergency lodging. The contract between Douglas County and DETF was amended as of 1/8/10 to accomodate this request, and allow
                                    CDBG funds to be used for utilites instead of overnight lodging.

                                    Draw #2, submitted 2/1/10,provided utility assistance for 17 housholds, assisting 53 people to retain utilities in their home for at least 30-days, preventing homelessness
                                    & providing warmth and safety for the families assisted. The DETF also provides counciling and food as needed when families request emergency assistance.



                                    Draw #3, submitted 2/12/10, will expend just over 60% of the funds from this grant in 3-months time. These expenditures demonstrate the extreme need for emergency
                                    assistance for utilities in Douglas County. Of the 21 households provided with assistance, 14 households identified themselves as having someone employed, 7 were
                                    unemployed, 2 were disabled, 14 had very low income, 5 had very low income and 2 had moderate income. There were 7 female head of household, and 2 were elderly.

                                    Draw #4: (submitted 3-11-10) 15 utility payments were made on behalf of 7 very low income, 5 low income, and 3 moderate income households.

                                    Draw #5: (submitted 4-2-10) 7 utility payments were made on behalf of 6 very low income households.

                                    As per the Project Completion Report submitted 9-3-10. Overnight Lodging: 15 people were provided with 46 nights of emergency overnight lodging. Utility Assistance:
                                    58 utility payments were made for the benefit of 169 clients.
PGM Year:               2009

Project:                0001 - Down Payment Assistance
IDIS Activity:          67 - DCHP-Homeownership

Status:                 Open                                                            Objective:     Provide decent affordable housing
Location:               9350 Heritage Hills Circle Lone Tree, CO 80124                  Outcome:       Affordability
                                                                                        Matrix Code:   Direct Homeownership Assistance (13)                       National Objective:    LMH

Initial Funding Date:                        12/24/2009                                 Description:
Financing                                                                               Funds will be used for down-payment assistance loans to income qualified homebuyers who have completed a
                                                                                        homebuyer class and financial education counseling. Funds will also be used for admin cost associated with this
     Funded Amount:                          $253,599.00                                activity.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                $141,304.03
     Drawn In Program Year:                  $141,304.03
Proposed Accomplishments

     Households (General) : 7
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                     Owner                Renter                              Total                   Person
Number assisted:
                                                                         Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total         Hispanic      Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                         0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Black/African American:                                                        0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Asian:                                                                         0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                                0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                        0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                        0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Asian White:                                                                   0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                                0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                       0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                            0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                        0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                      0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Total:                                                                         0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                      0                             0                          0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                   Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                       0
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                       0
  Moderate                          0           0             0                       0
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                       0
  Percent Low/Mod

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                              Per Draw #1 (12-23-09)-As of November 30, 2009, provided 2 Down Payment Assistance loans to income qualified families through this program.

                                    Draw #2 (submitted 1-6-10)Provided down payment assistance to one income-qualified family, providing a more secure living situation for the individuals in the family.

                                    Draw #3 (submitted 1-6-10) This is an administrative draw down to cover portions of salary for three staff members from November through December of 2009. During
                                    this two-month time period, staff provided down payment assistance to 3 families and shared equity investments for 2 families that are income-qualified.

                                    Draw #4, submitted 1/27/10. Provided down payment assistance to one income-qualified family, providing a more secure living situation for the individuals in the family.

                                    Draw #5, submitted 2/1/10. This is an administrative draw down to cover portions of salary for three staff members during January of 2010. During this time period, staff
                                    provided down payment assistance to 1 family.




                                    Draw #10: Submitted 4-2-10 Provided down payment assistance to one income-qualified family at 69% AMI.

                                    Draw #11: Submitted 4-2-10 Provided down payment assistance to one income-qualified family at 66% AMI.

                                    Draw #13 Submitted 8-5-10: DCHP Admin expenses for May-July 31, 2010 to administer the Home Ownership Program.

                                    Annual Report submitted 9-7-10: Through this program, one hundred and thirty two individuals/families, closed loans on their first home through this grant period of
                                    August 1, 2009 through Jul 31, 2010. The remainder of funds are projected to be used by Sept 30, 2010.
PGM Year:           2007

Project:            0004 - PUBLIC SERVICES
IDIS Activity:      68 - DC Neighborhood Clean-Up

Status:             Open                                                                         Objective:       Create suitable living environments
Location:           100 3rd St Castle Rock, CO 80104-2425                                        Outcome:         Sustainability
                                                                                                 Matrix Code:     Public Services (General) (05)                             National Objective:     LMA

Initial Funding Date:                          12/29/2009                                        Description:
Financing                                                                                        Funds will be used to assist CDBG targeted areas in Douglas County with a high volume of complaints related to
                                                                                                 junk and trash. An estimated three neighborhood clean-ups will be scheduled in these areas.
     Funded Amount:                            $6,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                  $1,860.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                    $1,860.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 1,000
     Total Population in Service Area: 4,220
     Census Tract Percent Low / Mod: 28.10

Annual Accomplishments                    Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                                    Draw #1 (Submitted 11-13-09)-On September 10, 2009 Douglas County zoning coordinated with the Town of Parker for a clean-up day for the residents located in the
                                          unincorporated portion of the Cottonwood neighborhood. The Cottonwood neighborhood is considered a CDBG Target Area according to HUD demographics provided
                                          based on the 2000 Census. There were a total of 12 roll-off dumpsters provided and approximately 502 households benefited from the clean-up.

                                          As of Annual Report submitted on 9-20-10. On Sept 12, 2009, Douglas County Zoning Compliance partnered with Town of Parker Code Enforcement for a clean-up day
                                          in the Cottonwood neighborhood which is located within a Douglas County CDBG Target Area. A partial area is located within both Parker and unincorporated Douglas
                                          County so the jurisdictions decided to partner on this event. Six roll off dumpsters were filled through this project. A metal recycler was also available to remove metal
                                          free of charge for residents. Residents of unincorporated Douglas County were notified of the event through a postcard mailing (to approximately 500 households).
                                          Residents expressed their appreciation of this opportunity.
PGM Year:               2009

Project:                0002 - DETF Emergency Rental Assistance (2009)
IDIS Activity:          69 - Emergency Rental Assistance

Status:                 Open                                                            Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               404A Jerry Street Castle Rock, CO 80104                         Outcome:       Availability/accessibility
                                                                                        Matrix Code:   Public Services (General) (05)                            National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                        02/26/2010                                 Description:
Financing                                                                               Funds will be used to expand the organization's emergency rental assistance program for households at risk of
                                                                                        becoming homeless due to eviction notices or other circumstances.
     Funded Amount:                          $25,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                $10,200.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                  $10,200.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 300
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                     Owner                Renter                                Total                 Person
Number assisted:
                                                                         Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic    Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Black/African American:                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Asian:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                        0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                        0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Asian White:                                                                   0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                                0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                       0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                            0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                        0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                      0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0
  Total:                                                                         0            0                0           0                0           0             0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                      0                             0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                  Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                       0
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                       0
  Moderate                          0           0             0                       0
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                       0
  Total                             0           0             0                       0
  Percent Low/Mod

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                              The 2009 contract with DETF was signed on 1/25/10. The first draw from this grant was submitted on 2/16/10, for $3,750. This draw consists of fifteen payments were
                                    made for emergency rent assistance. 11 were for new client-families, and 4 were previous clients. Homelessness was prevented for 37 people. There were 11 families,
                                    and 3 single household individuals assisted.There were 5 female head of households; 4 people were disabled and 2 people were elderly. 7 of the people assisted were
                                    unemployed.

                                    Draw#2 Submitted 4-2-10: 13 rent payments were made on behalf of 9-very low-income, 3 low-income and 1 moderate-income families.

                                    Draw #3 Submitted 4-30-10: 13 rent payments were made on behalf of 10 very low-income, and 3 low-income families.

                                    Draw #4 Submitted 6-4-10: 17 rent payments were made on behalf of 12 extreamely low-income, 4 very low-income, and 1 low-income families.


  2009                              Draw #5 Submitted 6-21-10: 14 rent payments were made on behalf of 11 extreamely low-income and 3 very low-income families.

                                    Draw #6 Submitted 8-3-10: 24 rent payments were made on behalf of 16 very low-income, 7 Low-income, and 1 moderate-income family.

                                    Draw #7 Submitted 9-14-10: 9 rent payments were made on behalf of 4 very low-income, 4 Low-income, and 1 moderate-income family.

                                    Annual Report Submitted 8-13-10: For this period 93 households were served comprising 267 individuals, 55 households were new clients and 38 were ongoing clients.
                                    Of these housholds, 251 individuals are white (30 Hispanic), 12 individuals are Black/African American, 2 individuals are American Indian/Alaskan Native, and 1
                                    individual is Hawaiian/Pacific Islander. One, assumed white, client did not specify her race or ethnicity. Of the 93 households/267 individuals, 48 housholds indicated
                                    they were employed, 40 housholds unemployed, and 5 housholds disabled. 65 households/183 individuals had low income and 5 households/16 individuals had
                                    moderate income.
PGM Year:           2009

Project:            0003 - Water System Treatment and Distribution
IDIS Activity:      70 - Water Filtration Improvements

Status:             Open                                                                          Objective:      Create suitable living environments
Location:           P. O. Box 222 Sedalia, CO 80135                                               Outcome:        Availability/accessibility
                                                                                                  Matrix Code:    Water/Sewer Improvements (03J)                              National Objective:     LMA

Initial Funding Date:                          02/27/2010                                         Description:
Financing                                                                                         Survey information reported here for National Objective eligibility is based on the target area information provided
                                                                                                  by HUD from the 2000 Census. Based on this information in the Sedalia CDP there are 118 lowmod residents
     Funded Amount:                            $235,000.00                                        out of a 213 total lowmod universe for a 55.4% lowmod % benefiting from the program. As IDIS is reporting
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                  $1,696.80                                          different figures for the Sedalia area our HUD reps instructed us (by phone consultation on 101309) to use the
     Drawn In Program Year:                    $1,696.80                                          information originally provided to us by HUD from the 2000 Census in the "survey" option for this project.

Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 215
     Total Population in Service Area: 4,190
     Census Tract Percent Low / Mod: 32.90

Annual Accomplishments                    Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                                    Draw #1, submitted 2/19/10, includes the engineering design for a new filtration system for the Sedalia Water & Sanitation District. The design of this new system will
                                          allow the District to begin the process of addressing the State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment determination that the District's water supply
                                          was under the influence of ground water, which is not allowed under the State's regulations. In order to continue to use the water from the alluvial wells, the District
                                          must address and fully resolve this determination within 18-months.

                                          Draw #2, submitted 4/22/10: Cost associated with the design and engineering of preliminary plans of the filtration system.

                                          Draw #3 & #4 submitted 9/23/10: Preliminary plans designed and engineered for the filtration system completed.
PGM Year:           2009

Project:            0005 - CDBG Administration
IDIS Activity:      71 - CDBG Administration (2009)

Status:             Open                                          Objective:
Location:               ,                                         Outcome:
                                                                  Matrix Code:    General Program Administration (21A)                         National Objective:

Initial Funding Date:                    03/30/2010               Description:
Financing                                                         Funds will be used for the administration of the housing and community development programs. Funds will be
                                                                  used for salaries, benefits,supplies, training, marketing of the program and mileage, as well as other activiies as
     Funded Amount:                      $135,000.00              required for the operation of the entitlement grant program.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:            $50,715.81
     Drawn In Program Year:              $50,715.81
Proposed Accomplishments


Annual Accomplishments                 Accomplishment Narrative
  Year           # Benefiting
PGM Year:               2009

Project:                0006 - Public Service
IDIS Activity:          72 - WCFOC Theraputic Services

Status:                 Completed                                            Objective:     Create suitable living environments
Location:               P. O. Box 367 Castle Rock, CO 80104                  Outcome:       Sustainability
                                                                             Matrix Code:   Battered and Abused Spouses (05G)                         National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                           03/30/2010                   Description:
Financing                                                                    Funds will be used to expand the staff at the WCFOC. The new staff member will provide additional therapeutic
                                                                             services at the new shelter. Services provided will include case management and a 24-hour crisis line.
     Funded Amount:                             $14,000.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                   $6,933.34
     Drawn In Program Year:                     $6,933.34
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 350
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                          Owner                Renter                              Total                   Person
Number assisted:
                                                              Total        Hispanic         Total       Hispanic       Total         Hispanic      Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                              0            0                0          0               0           0            46            21
  Black/African American:                                             0            0                0          0               0           0               5              0
  Asian:                                                              0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                     0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                             0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                             0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Asian White:                                                        0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                     0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:            0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                 0            0                0          0               0           0            13                0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                             0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Hispanic:                                                           0            0                0          0               0           0               0              0
  Total:                                                              0            0                0          0               0           0            64            21


  Female-headed Households:                                           0                             0                          0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                 Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0             0                     49
  Low Mod                           0           0             0                     11
  Moderate                          0           0             0                      4
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0             0                      0
  Total                             0           0             0                     64
  Percent Low/Mod                                                              100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                64            Draw #2(7-28-10)-Children's therapist and clinical Supervisor hired and working at the WCFOC for 2 months.

                                    As per Final Completion Report submitted on August 17, 2010. The new shelter was completed in late November 2009 and clients were moved in on December 15,
                                    2009. The therapist was hired in January 2010 to see children and teens in the shelter. From early January through the second quarter of 2010 (the time period
                                    covered by this grant), she provided individual therapy and group counseling to 64 children and teens in the shelter. After grant funds were expended the WCFOC
                                    continues to fund this position for the benefit of their clients.
PGM Year:               2009

Project:                0006 - Public Service
IDIS Activity:          73 - Utility Assistance- DETF

Status:                 Open                                                           Objective:      Create suitable living environments
Location:               404 Jerry St Ste A Castle Rock, CO 80104-2443                  Outcome:        Availability/accessibility
                                                                                       Matrix Code:    Public Services (General) (05)                              National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                           05/21/2010                             Description:
Financing                                                                              Funds will be used to provide utility assistance (heat, electric and water) to clients who are in immediate danger
                                                                                       of having their utilities turned off or are already disconnected. The utility companies are paid directly and DETF
     Funded Amount:                             $10,000.00                             ensures that the client's utilities will remain on for at least an additional 30-days.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                   $6,876.12
     Drawn In Program Year:                     $6,876.12
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 150
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                    Owner                 Renter                                Total                   Person
Number assisted:
                                                                        Total        Hispanic          Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic      Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                        0            0                 0           0                0           0           154             58
  Black/African American:                                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0               5              0
  Asian:                                                                        0            0                 0           0                0           0               4              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                               0            0                 0           0                0           0               5              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Asian White:                                                                  0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                               0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                      0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                           0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                     0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Total:                                                                        0            0                 0           0                0           0           168             58


  Female-headed Households:                                                     0                              0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter        Total                   Person
  Extremely Low                     0           0              0                    107
  Low Mod                           0           0              0                      46
  Moderate                          0           0              0                      15
  Non Low Moderate                  0           0              0                       0
  Total                             0           0              0                    168
  Percent Low/Mod                                                               100.0%

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                168           Draw #1: 11 emergency payments made for 10 households, Homelessness was prevented for 37 people. Of the 10 hh receiving assistance 4 were very low-income, 3-
                                    low income and 3-moderate income.

                                    Draw#2: 24 households received utility assistance, of which 16- very low income, 7- low income and 1-moderate income.

                                    Draw#3(7-28-10): 22 households received utility assistance, of which 16- very low income, 4- low income and 2-moderate income.

                                    As per the Annual Report submitted 9-3-10. During the 2009 PY 48 household/168 clients were provided utility assistance to keep their utilities active for at least an
                                    additional 30-days allowing them to remain in a home with the necessary comforts.
PGM Year:               2009

Project:                0006 - Public Service
IDIS Activity:          74 - WrapArounD- Douglas County

Status:                 Open                                                        Objective:      Create suitable living environments
Location:               4400 Castleton Court Castle Rock, CO 80109                  Outcome:        Availability/accessibility
                                                                                    Matrix Code:    Public Services (General) (05)                              National Objective:     LMC

Initial Funding Date:                           05/21/2010                          Description:
Financing                                                                           Funds will be used to support a wrap facilitator to help client-families develop a permanent solution to present
                                                                                    problems. The facilitator will act as an advocate for the family as needed, evaluate the success of the strategies
     Funded Amount:                             $45,000.00                          as the process evolves, and offer supportive services to ensure the family moves toward success.
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                   $10,049.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                     $10,049.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     People (General) : 21
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                                 Owner                 Renter                                Total                   Person
Number assisted:
                                                                     Total        Hispanic          Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic      Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                     0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Black/African American:                                                    0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Asian:                                                                     0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                            0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                                    0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                                    0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Asian White:                                                               0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                            0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:                   0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                        0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                                    0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Hispanic:                                                                  0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Total:                                                                     0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                                  0                              0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner     Renter         Total                   Person
  Extremely Low                     0            0             0                        0
  Low Mod                           0            0             0                        0
  Moderate                          0            0             0                        0
  Non Low Moderate                  0            0             0                        0
  Total                             0            0             0                        0
  Percent Low/Mod

Annual Accomplishments              Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                              Draw #1 Submitted 4-19-10 The wrap facilitators worked with 20 families, this combined caseload is comprised of 75% low and very low income families. During this
                                    reporting period all 20 families were activly involved in the wrap problem solving process where they were asked to analyze issues, build problem solving support teams,
                                    hold team mtgs and work on immplementing their personal action plans.

                                    Draw #2 Submitted 8-31-10: Costs associated with salary for family facilitators for the months of March and April 2010. Facilitators worked with a combined total of 22
                                    families (consisting of at least 64% income qualified families. Families participated in the WrapArounD problem solving process.

                                    Draw #3 Submitted 8-31-10: Costs associated with salary for family facilitators for the months of May and June 2010. Facilitators worked with a combined total of 20
                                    families (consisting of at least 80% income qualified families. Families participated in the WrapArounD problem solving process.


                                    Annual Report Submitted 8-23-10: The CDBG funded facilitator has been working with a Parker family in a particularly challenging situation; the father of the youngest
                                    child and step-father of the two oldest children was charged with a sex offense against the two oldest girls. The girls and their mother have consistently maintained that
                                    the system has vastly overreacted and that they want to be reunited as a family; the youngest child evidently misses his father very much. The Wrap facilitator has been
                                    faced with resistance from the probation officer assigned to the father, as well as logistical difficulties in meeting with him. The facilitator has kept the problem-solving
                                    process alive and has been navigating around all the obstacles as she works with the family, without judgement, to achieve THEIR goal of reunification.
PGM Year:               2007

Project:                0007 - Zoning Compliance Program
IDIS Activity:          76 - Zoning Rehabilitation Program

Status:                 Completed                                              Objective:      Create suitable living environments
Location:               100 3rd St Castle Rock, CO 80104-2425                  Outcome:        Availability/accessibility
                                                                               Matrix Code:    Rehab; Single-Unit Residential (14A)                        National Objective:     LMH

Initial Funding Date:                         07/28/2010                       Description:
Financing                                                                      Funds will be used to assist income-qualified residents who have neither the fiscal or financial resources to
                                                                               complete the housing rehabilitation required to address the blight on their property.
     Funded Amount:                           $3,244.00
     Drawn Thru Program Year:                 $0.00
     Drawn In Program Year:                   $0.00
Proposed Accomplishments

     Housing Units : 5
Actual Accomplishments
                                                                            Owner                 Renter                                Total                   Person
Number assisted:
                                                                Total        Hispanic          Total       Hispanic         Total         Hispanic      Total       Hispanic
  White:                                                                1            0                 0           0                1           0               0              0
  Black/African American:                                               0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Asian:                                                                0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native:                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:                               0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & White:                               0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Asian White:                                                          0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Black/African American & White:                                       0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  American Indian/Alaskan Native & Black/African American:              0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Other multi-racial:                                                   0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Asian/Pacific Islander:                                               0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Hispanic:                                                             0            0                 0           0                0           0               0              0
  Total:                                                                1            0                 0           0                1           0               0              0


  Female-headed Households:                                             0                              0                            0
  Income Category:
                                 Owner        Renter       Total                 Person
  Extremely Low                       0            0             0                     0
  Low Mod                             1            0             1                     0
  Moderate                            0            0             0                     0
  Non Low Moderate                    0            0             0                     0
  Total                               1            0             1                     0
  Percent Low/Mod                100.0%                   100.0%

Annual Accomplishments               Accomplishment Narrative
  Year            # Benefiting


  2009                 1             Draw #1, April 27, 2010: The building was inspected for asbestos, and no material containing asbestos was found. This inspection was required before the accessory
                                     structure could be demolished.

                                     Draw 2, June 3, 2010: The structure has been demolished and all the debris completely removed from the property. The home owner is now in compliance with the
                                     local zoning ordinance and the property is safe for the resident.

                                     As per the Annual Report (submitted on 9-20-10) and the Project Completion Report (submitted on 10-15-10). One household has been assisted through this project.
                                     This household needed to demolish and remove debris from a fallen barn on the property. The owner of the property is income-qualified at 46% AMI and does not have
                                     the financial means to demolish and remove the debris from this fallen accessory building. The fallen structure had created a health and safety hazard on the property
                                     and required removal. The structure was demolished and the debris removed on May 25, 2010.


                                          Total Funded Amount:                      $2,823,219.09
                                          Total Drawn Thru Program Year:            $2,189,439.85
                                          Total Drawn In Program Year:              $799,162.01
PR03 - DOUGLAS COUNTY                                                                                                                                                             Page:     1 of 1
APPENDIX J (Continued)
IDIS Reports of Activity Summary for 2009 Program Year
PR 10
IDIS - PR10                                                    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development                                      DATE:       10-27-10
                                                                 Office of Community Planning and Development                                        TIME:          19:43
                                                                Integrated Disbursement and Information System                                       PAGE:              1
                                                                             CDBG Housing Activities
                                                                             DOUGLAS COUNTY , CO

                                                                                                                                                       CUMULATIVE
PGM PROJ  IDIS                                                                MTX NTL            Total               CDBG OCCUPIED   UNITS           OCCUPIED UNITS
YEAR ID ACT ID ACTIVITY NAME                                         STATUS   CD OBJ         EST. AMT % CDBG DRAWN AMOUNT    TOTAL     L/M   % L/M   OWNER    RENTER

2007   8208   76 Zoning Rehabilitation Program                        OPEN    14A LMH        13,980.00     23.2    3,244.00      1       1   100.0           1       0

                                                 2007   TOTALS: BUDGETED/UNDERWAY            13,980.00     23.2    3,244.00      1      1    100.0           1       0
                                                                        COMPLETED                 0.00      0.0        0.00      0      0      0.0           0       0

                                                                                             13,980.00     23.2    3,244.00      1       1   100.0           1       0
                                                                                                                                                       CUMULATIVE
PGM PROJ  IDIS                                                                MTX NTL            Total               CDBG OCCUPIED   UNITS           OCCUPIED UNITS
YEAR ID ACT ID ACTIVITY NAME                                         STATUS   CD OBJ         EST. AMT % CDBG DRAWN AMOUNT    TOTAL     L/M   % L/M   OWNER    RENTER

2006   0006   54 MINOR HOME REPAIR                                    OPEN    14A LMH       130,300.00     65.4   85,204.70      6       6   100.0           6       0

                                                 2006   TOTALS: BUDGETED/UNDERWAY           130,300.00     65.3   85,204.70      6      6    100.0           6       0
                                                                        COMPLETED                 0.00      0.0        0.00      0      0      0.0           0       0

                                                                                            130,300.00     65.3   85,204.70      6       6   100.0           6       0
APPENDIX J (Continued)
IDIS Reports of Activity Summary for 2009 Program Year
PR 26
IDIS                                                     U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT   DATE: 10/28/2010
                                                           OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT     TIME: 6:39:22 pm
                                                                   PR 26 - CDBG Financial Summary Report           PAGE: 1/3




Total number of rows: 54

Total number of columns: 1

Report Filter:
{Source Type} (ID) <> "DY","MY","UY","HY","SY" or "ES"




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                                                                           OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT     TIME: 6:39:22 pm
                                                                                   PR 26 - CDBG Financial Summary Report           PAGE: 2/3
Metrics
Grantee                                                  DOUGLAS COUNTY , CO
Program Year                                                               2009
PART I: SUMMARY OF CDBG RESOURCES
01 UNEXPENDED CDBG FUNDS AT END OF PREVIOUS PROGRAM
                                                                     425,998.86
YEAR
02 ENTITLEMENT GRANT                                                 816,463.00
03 SURPLUS URBAN RENEWAL                                                    0.00
04 SECTION 108 GUARANTEED LOAN FUNDS                                        0.00
05 CURRENT YEAR PROGRAM INCOME                                              0.00
06 RETURNS                                                                  0.00
07 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL AVAILABLE                              56,599.00
08 TOTAL AVAILABLE (SUM, LINES 01-07)                              1,299,060.86
PART II: SUMMARY OF CDBG EXPENDITURES
09 DISBURSEMENTS OTHER THAN SECTION 108 REPAYMENTS
                                                                     687,708.92
AND PLANNING/ADMINISTRATION
10 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL AMOUNT SUBJECT TO
                                                                            0.00
LOW/MOD BENEFIT
11 AMOUNT SUBJECT TO LOW/MOD BENEFIT (LINE 09 + LINE 10)             687,708.92
12 DISBURSED IN IDIS FOR PLANNING/ADMINISTRATION                     111,453.09
13 DISBURSED IN IDIS FOR SECTION 108 REPAYMENTS                             0.00
14 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                 0.00
15 TOTAL EXPENDITURES (SUM, LINES 11-14)                             799,162.01
16 UNEXPENDED BALANCE (LINE 08 - LINE 15)                            499,898.85
PART III: LOWMOD BENEFIT THIS REPORTING PERIOD
17 EXPENDED FOR LOW/MOD HOUSING IN SPECIAL AREAS                            0.00
18 EXPENDED FOR LOW/MOD MULTI-UNIT HOUSING                                  0.00
19 DISBURSED FOR OTHER LOW/MOD ACTIVITIES                            687,708.92
20 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL LOW/MOD CREDIT                               0.00
21 TOTAL LOW/MOD CREDIT (SUM, LINES 17-20)                           687,708.92
22 PERCENT LOW/MOD CREDIT (LINE 21/LINE 11)                            100.00%
LOW/MOD BENEFIT FOR MULTI-YEAR CERTIFICATIONS
23 PROGRAM YEARS(PY) COVERED IN CERTIFICATION                 PY: 2009 PY: PY:
24 CUMULATIVE NET EXPENDITURES SUBJECT TO LOW/MOD
                                                                            0.00
BENEFIT CALCULATION
25 CUMULATIVE EXPENDITURES BENEFITING LOW/MOD PERSONS                       0.00
26 PERCENT BENEFIT TO LOW/MOD PERSONS (LINE 25/LINE 24)                  0.00%
PART IV: PUBLIC SERVICE (PS) CAP CALCULATIONS
27 DISBURSED IN IDIS FOR PUBLIC SERVICES                             153,714.76


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                                                                       OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT     TIME: 6:39:22 pm
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Metrics
28 PS UNLIQUIDATED OBLIGATIONS AT END OF CURRENT
                                                                   53,152.33
PROGRAM YEAR
29 PS UNLIQUIDATED OBLIGATIONS AT END OF PREVIOUS
                                                                   95,347.06
PROGRAM YEAR
30 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL PS OBLIGATIONS                           0.00
31 TOTAL PS OBLIGATIONS (LINE 27 + LINE 28 - LINE 29 + LINE 30)   111,520.03
32 ENTITLEMENT GRANT                                              816,463.00
33 PRIOR YEAR PROGRAM INCOME                                            0.00
34 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL SUBJECT TO PS CAP                        0.00
35 TOTAL SUBJECT TO PS CAP (SUM, LINES 32-34)                     816,463.00
36 PERCENT FUNDS OBLIGATED FOR PS ACTIVITIES (LINE 31/LINE
                                                                     13.66%
35)
PART V: PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION (PA) CAP
37 DISBURSED IN IDIS FOR PLANNING/ADMINISTRATION                  111,453.09
38 PA UNLIQUIDATED OBLIGATIONS AT END OF CURRENT
                                                                   70,000.00
PROGRAM YEAR
39 PA UNLIQUIDATED OBLIGATIONS AT END OF PREVIOUS
                                                                   20,265.83
PROGRAM YEAR
40 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL PA OBLIGATIONS                           0.00
41 TOTAL PA OBLIGATIONS (LINE 37 + LINE 38 - LINE 39 +LINE 40)    161,187.26
42 ENTITLEMENT GRANT                                              816,463.00
43 CURRENT YEAR PROGRAM INCOME                                          0.00
44 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL SUBJECT TO PA CAP                        0.00
45 TOTAL SUBJECT TO PA CAP (SUM, LINES 42-44)                     816,463.00
46 PERCENT FUNDS OBLIGATED FOR PA ACTIVITIES (LINE 41/LINE
                                                                     19.74%
45)




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IDIS Reports of Activity Summary for 2009 Program Year
Line Detail for PR26
IDIS                                                                 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT                                                      DATE: 10/29/2010
                                                                       OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT                                                        TIME: 11:34:12 am
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Total number of rows: 51

Total number of columns: 1

Report Filter:
(ApplyComparison("#0 = #1 and #2 and #3=#4",{Prompted Grantee} (ID),{Setup Grantee} (ID),({Prompted Grantee} = 149260:DOUGLAS COUNTY),Login (ID),"C19764")) And ({Source Type} (ID) <>
"DY","MY","UY","HY","SY" or "ES")




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                                                                            OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT               TIME: 11:34:12 am
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Plan IDIS    IDIS     Voucher                                       Matrix National             Drawn
                              Activity Name                                         Metrics
Year Project Activity Number                                        Code Objective            Amount
2006 2      55      5048808   CRSC WELLNESS PROGRAM                 05    LMC             $4,396.68
                    5087926   CRSC WELLNESS PROGRAM                 05    LMC             $2,746.25
                    5114025   CRSC WELLNESS PROGRAM                 05    LMC             $1,485.12
       3    51      5039104   MOTSENBOCKER GROUP HOME IMPROVEMENTS 03     LMC            $15,152.00
       6    54      5048808   MINOR HOME REPAIR                     14A   LMH             $7,740.00
                    5055112   MINOR HOME REPAIR                     14A   LMH             $4,978.74
2007 1      42      5047583   SHARED EQUITY PROGRAM                 13    LMH             $3,193.00
     4      52      5048808   NEIGHBOR NETWORK                      05    LMC             $5,709.04
            61      5047583   Psychiatric Services                  05O   LMC            $16,735.00
            68      5048808   DC Neighborhood Clean-Up              05    LMA             $1,860.00
2008 1      45      5039104   HOME OWNERSHIP PROGRAM                13    LMH            $24,123.59
     2      56      5047583   ACTIVITY VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR        05A   LMC             $4,368.69
            57      5039104   EMERGENCY HOUSING PROGRAM             05    LMC             $5,729.00
                    5047583   EMERGENCY HOUSING PROGRAM             05    LMC             $1,230.17
            58      5039104   AUDIO INFORMATION NETWORK OF COLORADO 05    LMC             $1,835.87
                    5047583   AUDIO INFORMATION NETWORK OF COLORADO 05    LMC             $2,604.66
                    5073395   AUDIO INFORMATION NETWORK OF COLORADO 05    LMC             $2,210.67
            59      5047583   Neighborhood Clean-Up Town of Parker  05V   LMA             $1,857.00
            65      5039104   D/ETF Emergency Utility Assistance    05    LMC             $1,707.49
                    5064752   D/ETF Emergency Utility Assistance    05    LMC             $1,974.94
                    5073395   D/ETF Emergency Utility Assistance    05    LMC             $2,476.33
                    5087926   D/ETF Emergency Utility Assistance    05    LMC             $2,635.14
                    5113782   D/ETF Emergency Utility Assistance    05    LMC             $1,206.10
       4    63      5039104   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA            $12,388.43
                    5047583   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA            $19,893.75
                    5048808   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA             $6,200.00
                    5064752   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA            $46,953.55
                    5073395   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA             $9,030.09
                    5075931   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA            $62,376.50
                    5075935   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA             $3,555.09
                    5087926   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA             $4,266.98
                    5095369   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA           $161,141.61
                    5111640   Sedalia Water System Improvements     03J   LMA            $10,000.00
       7    62      5017501   Wrap Around Facilitator               05    LMC            $22,036.49
                    5039104   Wrap Around Facilitator               05    LMC            $12,212.75
                    5055112   Wrap Around Facilitator               05    LMC             $9,096.75
                    5073395   Wrap Around Facilitator               05    LMC             $1,654.01

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Plan IDIS    IDIS     Voucher                                  Matrix National             Drawn
                              Activity Name                                    Metrics
Year Project Activity Number                                   Code Objective            Amount
2008 8      64      5039104   DETF Trash Compactor            05    LMC             $11,888.15
2009 1      67      5047710   DCHP-Homeownership              13    LMH              $9,083.89
                    5055112   DCHP-Homeownership              13    LMH             $25,259.27
                    5064752   DCHP-Homeownership              13    LMH             $24,078.87
                    5087926   DCHP-Homeownership              13    LMH             $52,884.00
                    5113782   DCHP-Homeownership              13    LMH             $29,998.00
        2   69      5073395   Emergency Rental Assistance     05    LMC              $3,750.00
                    5113782   Emergency Rental Assistance     05    LMC              $6,450.00
        3   70      5075935   Water Filtration Improvements   03J   LMA                $746.80
                    5113782   Water Filtration Improvements   03J   LMA                $950.00
        6   72      5087926   WCFOC Theraputic Services       05G   LMC              $6,933.34
            73      5113782   Utility Assistance- DETF        05    LMC              $6,876.12
            74      5113782   WrapArounD- Douglas County      05    LMC             $10,049.00
Total                                                                              $687,708.92




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