|Municipal Business Center
601 S. Main Street Anderson,
SC 29624 (864) 231-2223
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The City of Anderson’s Community Development Department is the lead agency responsible for administering the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD’s) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. The Annual Action Plan (AAP) for Program Year 2023 is a Plan describing
the allocation of federal funding and the uses of these funds to meet goals developed that address the priority needs identified in the City’s 5-Year 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan.
These goals are consistent with HUD’s Outcome Performance Measurement System for Community Planning and Development Formula Grant Programs. Programs and activities described in this plan will primarily benefit low- and moderate-income (LMI) residents of the City of Anderson and neighborhoods with high concentrations of low- and moderate-income residents. These neighborhoods have been designated by the City of Anderson as redevelopment areas which include the following: Appleton Mill, East Anderson, West Anderson, North Anderson, South Anderson, and the West Franklin-Southwood Street Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area.
NOTICE REGARDING HOW TO SUBMIT PAYMENTS TO THE CITY OF ANDERSON FOR HOUSING REHABILITATION LOANS
Effective March 15, 2020, the City of Anderson will modify services until further notice, to protect citizens and minimize opportunities to spread COVID-19 in our community. During this time clients will not be able to come inside the City of Anderson’s Community Development Department to make payments for housing rehabilitation loans. We are asking clients to mail payments to the following address:
When mailing the payment please list the loan account number on the memo line of the check or money order. If mailing it is not convenient, you may want to consider using your bank or credit union’s Bill Pay to remit payment. Clients should list the loan account number on the payment. We regret any inconvenience you may experience.
Feel free to contact 231-2223 or 231-2242 if you have questions.
The Community Development Department has a primary mission of:
- Improving the quality of housing for low to moderate income persons
- Increasing home ownership opportunities for low to moderate income persons
- Promoting fair housing
- Improving public facilities in low to moderate income areas
- Stimulating the local economy through the expansion of employment opportunities