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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE State of Missouri FY2016 Draft Action Plan


The Missouri Department of Economic Development, in conjunction with the Missouri Housing Development Commission, the Department of Health & Senior Services and the Department of Social Services, will conduct public meetings on November 3, 2016 regarding the Draft 2016 Action Plan.

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires the State of Missouri to publish a five-year Consolidated Plan, along with an annual “Action Plan” outlining the use of HUD funds for the following programs administered in the state:

Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)

HOME Investment Partnerships Program (MHDC)

Emergency Solutions Grant Program (ESG)

Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA)

Continuum of Care/McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act Funds

National Housing Trust Fund (HTF)

These programs receive a total annual allocation of approximately $36 million and serve the “non-entitlement” areas of the state – cities less than 50,000 in population and counties less than 200,000 in population.

The State collected information on the housing, community, and economic development needs for the State of Missouri and assembled a consolidated strategic plan for 2013 – 2017.  As an annual addition to this “Consolidated Plan,” the FY2017 draft Action Plan must include proposed program budgets, intended use of funds, eligibility requirements, application processes, and any set-aside information.  

The public is invited to examine the draft 2017 Action Plan and either send written comments or attend the public meeting in November.  During the public meetings, each program will be discussed and proposed changes will be reviewed. 

Written comments are welcome and will be accepted until November 30, 2016.  Comments should be submitted to Andy Papen, CDBG Program, PO Box 118, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102 or

The final version of the FY2017 Action Plan will be submitted to HUD in February, 2017, and funds should be made available at the beginning of the FY2017 program year, April 1, 2017.

The draft FY2017 Action Plan will be available on November 1, 2016, on the Department of Economic Development website (, the Missouri Housing Development Commission website ( and at the following locations:



Boonslick Regional Planning Commission, 111 Steinhagen, Warrenton, Missouri

Bootheel Regional Planning Commission, 105 E. North Main, Dexter, Missouri

East-West Gateway Coordinating Council, 1 S. Memorial, Dr. #1600, St. Louis, Missouri

Green Hills Regional Planning Commission, 1104 Main, Trenton, Missouri

Harry S Truman Coordinating Council, 800 E. Pennell St., Carl Junction, Missouri

Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission, 908 North Second St, Clinton, Missouri

Lake of the Ozarks Council of Governments, 34 Roofner, PO Box 3553, Camdenton, Missouri

Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments, 42494 Delaware Lane, Perry, Missouri

Meramec Regional Planning Commission, #4 Industrial Drive, St. James, Missouri

Mid-America Regional Council, 600 Broadway, 300 Rivergate Center, Kansas City, Missouri

Mid-Missouri Regional Planning Commission, 206 E Broadway, Ashland, Missouri

Mo-Kan Regional Council, 224 N. 7th, St. Joseph, Missouri

Northeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission, 326 E Jefferson, Memphis, Missouri

Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments, 114 W Third, Maryville, Missouri

Ozark Foothills Regional Planning Commission, 3019 Fair, Poplar Bluff, Missouri

Pioneer Trails Regional Planning Commission, 802 South Gordon, Concordia, Missouri

South Central Ozark Council of Governments, 4407 County Road 2340, Pomona, Missouri

Southeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission, #1 W St. Joseph St., Perryville, Missouri

Southwest Missouri Council of Governments, 901 S. National, Springfield, Missouri


Central Missouri Community Action Agency, 807B N Providence, Columbia, Missouri

Community Services Inc. of Northwest Missouri, 1212B S Main, Maryville, Missouri

Delta Area Economic Opportunity Corporation, 99 Skyview Road, Portageville, Missouri

East Missouri Action Agency, 107 Industrial Drive, Park Hills, Missouri

Community Action Partnership of Greater St. Joseph, 817 Monterey, St. Joseph, Missouri

Economic Security Corporation of the Southwest Area, 302 Joplin, Joplin, Missouri

Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri, 1506 Oklahoma, Trenton, Missouri

Jefferson-Franklin Community Action Agency, #2 Merchant Drive, Hillsboro, Missouri

Missouri Ozarks Community Action, Inc, 306 S Pine Street, Richland, Missouri

Missouri Valley Community Action Agency, 1415 Odell, Marshall, Missouri

Northeast Community Action Corporation, 16 N Court, Bowling Green, Missouri

Community Action Partnership of NE Missouri, 15 N. Elson St., Kirksville, Missouri

Ozark Action Inc, 710 E Main, West Plains, Missouri

Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation, 215 S Barnes, Springfield, Missouri

South Central Missouri Community Action Agency, Old Alton Road, Winona, Missouri

Community Action Agency of St. Louis County., 2709 Woodson Road, St. Louis, Missouri

United Services Community Action Agency, 6323 Manchester, Kansas City, Missouri

West Central Missouri Community Action Agency, 106 W 4th, Appleton City, Missouri


Dept of Economic Development, 301 W High St, Room 770, Jefferson City, Missouri

Dept of Health and Senior Services, 912 Wildwood, Jefferson City, Missouri

Dept of Social Services, Family Support Division, 615 Howerton Court, Jefferson City, Missouri

Missouri Housing Development Commission, 3435 Broadway, Kansas City, Missouri

Please contact Andy Papen, Community Development Block Grant Program, at (573) 751-3600 for further information.


A public meeting will be held at the following location and time:


Thursday, November 3, 2016

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Harry S Truman Building, Room 750

301 W. High Street

Jefferson City, MO 65101


In addition, there will be a webinar meeting on November 3, 2016 from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm.  Staff from the agencies will discuss the annual Consolidated Plan process and the individual programs, and take questions from callers. The webinar may be accessed at the link below: