Purpose of the MTW Plan & Report
SCCHA’s annual MTW Plan identifies and outlines the agency’s MTW activities for the upcoming fiscal year. SCCHA’s annual MTW Report compares the annual plan’s projected activity outcomes to the corresponding year’s actual performance.
The annual plan is due to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by April 15. The annual report is due to HUD by September 30.
Draft MTW Plans
The creation of the annual plan has many steps prior to its approval.
- Starting in the fall, SCCHA begins public outreach for the development of the annual plan. SCCHA reaches out to various community stakeholders, including local government agencies, nonprofit housing/service providers, as well as tenants and landlords, for ideas as to what these groups would like to see in the plan.
- SCCHA then prepares a draft plan, which includes proposed activities for the fiscal year.
- Once created, the draft plan is submitted for a 30-day public comment period. Public comments are considered before finalizing and submitting the draft plan to the Board of Commissioners.
- The Board of Commissioners considers the draft plan in a special meeting of the Board in early April.
- After the Board approves the draft plan, it is submitted to HUD.
- HUD then has 90 days to comment/approve the plan. If HUD takes no action, the plan is deemed approved on July 1.
Current FY2021 MTW Annual Plan Available for Public Viewing HERE
Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 covers the period from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021.
To view a summary of the FY2021 MTW Annual Plan, select one of the following links:
MTW Annual Plan Summary in ENGLISH, view here
MTW Annual Plan Summary in SPANISH, view here
MTW Annual Plan Summary in VIETNAMESE, view here
FY2020 MTW Annual Plan Available for Public Viewing HERE
COVID-19 Amendments Added
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 covers the period from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the FY 2020 MTW Annual Plan received technical amendments on March 24 and March 26, 2020. The technical amendments (Activities 2020-5, 2020-6, and 2009-1) are temporary activities designed to address the crisis caused by the pandemic and will expire June 30, 2021 or six months after shelter-in-place orders have been lifted, whichever is later.
- Activity 2020-5 allows tenants to rent units where their portion of rent would be up to 50% of their monthly income.
- Activity 2020-6 reduces the frequency of periodic unit inspections and delays scheduled periodic inspections for up to twelve months.
- Re-proposed Activity 2009-1 reduces the frequency of regular reexaminations and delays scheduled regular reexaminations for up to twelve months.
HUD Approved Annual Plans & Annual Reports