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  • Department of Neighborhood 
    and Business Development
    Stephanie A. Miner, Mayor
    Paul Driscoll, Commissioner
    NBD Introduction Photos
    Paul Driscoll, Commissioner
    City Hall Commons, 6th Floor
    201 E. Washington St. – Syracuse, NY 13202
    (315) 448-8100
    Stephanie Pasquale, Deputy Commissioner
    Division of Neighborhood Development
    City Hall Commons, 6th Floor
    201 E. Washington St. – Syracuse, NY 13202
    (315) 448-8100

    Honora Spillane, Deputy Commissioner
    Division of Business Development
    City Hall Commons, 7th Floor
    201 E. Washington St. – Syracuse, NY 13202
    (315) 473-3275
    Full NBD Staff Directory  
  • The Department of Neighborhood and Business Development works to preserve and enhance Syracuse neighborhoods and commercial centers by administering federal, state and local funding programs, engaging with and providing support to encourage residential development and economic growth and leveraging resources to create thriving neighborhoods, communities and business districts throughout the city of Syracuse.

    Department News
     Affordable Housing Study Report (2016)
    The Department of Neighborhood and Business Development completed an Affordable Housing report, illustrating where and how many affordable housing units are in the City of Syracuse. For a copy of the document, click here.

     Third Annual Action Plan

    The Third Annual Action plan, which documents the City’s plans for the Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Shelter Grant, and HOME Investment Partnership Program entitlement programs, was released January 18, 2017 for a 30-day comment period, which ended February 18, 2017. Two open forums were held in February, NBD held a Public Meeting on February 8, and the Common Council held a Public Hearing on February 22.

    Click here to view the DRAFT Action Plan 2017-18
     Five Year Consolidated Action Plan (2015-2019)
    The final draft of the Consolidated Action Plan describes the Department’s performance goals and strategy for meeting them for the next five years.
    To view an electronic version of the Consolidated Plan CLICK HERE
    The 30 day COMMENT PERIOD began on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 and ended on Wednesday, March 25, 2015.  All comments submitted within these dates have been included within the Plan. 
    Final Year 41 CAPER
    In accordance with Title 24 Code of Federal Regulations (24 CFR) Part 91, all jurisdictions receiving any of the below listed federal grants must complete a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) within 90 days from the close of the jurisdiction’s program year.
    Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
    HOME Investment Partnership Grant (HOME)
    Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
    Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
    The CAPER is produced annually to describe each community partner’s accomplishments and efforts to attain the goals and needs of the city and its residents outlined in the City of Syracuse’s Five-Year Consolidated Plan (2015-2019). This CAPER is a summation of the accomplished achieved in the first year of this five-year plan (May 1, 2015 through April 30, 2016).
    Click here to view the Final Year 41 CAPER 

    Final Year 40 CAPER Submitted to HUD
    The final version of the Year 40 (2014-15) CAPER (Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report) has been submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This submission was completed after a 21-day comment period for the public to offer feedback and thoughts on the information provided in the report. CLICK HERE to view the report.
    Other Documentation:
     Located in Maps, Plans, and Data
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