Housing is an important community issue in Flagstaff. The limited supply of housing for low and moderate income residents affects our quality of life as residents and our ability to grow and develop economically. The City of Flagstaff Housing Section works to address the shortage with a number of programs and tools designed to do the following:
- Increase housing inventory and availability
- Economically stabilize lower income families through benefits of homeownership
- Support efforts for safe and adequate homes
- Revitalize community neighborhoods
- For more information on our programs, please click on one of the menu tabs to the left.
Multi-Site Affordable Housing Project To Be Discussed Tuesday, June 27th at City Council Work Session
5PM at Cogdill Recreation Center (301 S. Paseo Del Flag)
Three City owned parcels have been identified as potential sites for affordable housing:
3500 N. Fort Valley Rd.
3100 N. West St.
700 E. Sixth Ave.
Click HERE to download fact sheet of the proposed solicitation and the three properties.
The 2017-2018 CDBG application process is Open!
All CDBG proposals must be submitted by 5:00 pm on Thursday, February 16, 2017 to the City of Flagstaff Housing Section. Please contact Leah Bloom, Housing and Grants Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-213-2752 is you have any questions or would like technical assistance
2017 CDBG Notice of Available Funding
2016-2020 Consolidated Plan
A Call To Contractors
The City of Flagstaff is updating its list of qualified general and BPI-Certified contractors for the Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program. All contractors must be in good standing with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors and must be registered with SAM.gov (EPLS System). Rehabilitation projects typically range between $5,000 and $55,000. For more information, please contact Rick Emry, Housing Rehabilitation Specialist at 928-213-2747 or click on the Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation menu tab to the left