Input will be used to inform funding priorities
Berkeley, California (Thursday, April 22, 2021) - Come give input at a Public Hearing about federally funded services and housing programs, part of an annual effort to understand the needs of the community and inform the type of services needed to serve low-income people in Berkeley.
This hearing will inform how the City uses approximately $3.7 million of federal funds over the coming year. Proposed programs included homeless services, housing services and development, and housing and facility rehabilitation.
Give input during April 27 City Council meeting
Share your thoughts on how to best serve low-income persons residing in Berkeley at a public hearing during the April 27 City Council meeting:
Tuesday, April 27, 6:00pm
Join on Zoom
Call in: (877) 853-5257; Meeting ID: 828 9539 3673 See participating in remote Council meetings for more information on watching, listening, and commenting from home.
The Public Hearing is item #28 on the April 27, 2021 City Council meeting agenda.
We’ll use the feedback we receive to help prioritize the types of federally funded services and housing needed to meet community need. Comments will be included in the Annual Action Plan for funding from the federal department of Housing and Urban Development.
These funds are administered by the City's Department of Health Housing and Community Services.
Other ways to share feedback
Questions or comments can also be mailed or delivered directly to Rhianna Babka, Housing & Community Services Division via the following methods:
Mail: Rhianna Babka, Health, Housing & Community Services Department
2180 Milvia Street
Berkeley, CA 94704
Come out on April 27, 2021 to let us know in person or email, mail or fax us to let us know what you think the funding priorities should be!