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Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Housing and Community Affairs (DHCA) is to plan and implement activities which prevent and correct problems that contribute to the physical decline of residential and commercial areas; ensure fair and equitable relations between landlords and tenants; increase the supply of affordable housing; and maintain existing housing in a safe and sanitary condition.

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Budget Overview

The total approved FY18 Operating Budget for the Department of Housing and Community Affairs is $52,336,996, an increase of $3,635,676 or 7.47 percent from the FY17 Approved Budget of $48,701,320. Personnel Costs comprise 19.89 percent of the budget for 101 full-time position(s) and three part-time position(s), and a total of 96.95 FTEs. Total FTEs may include seasonal or temporary positions and may also reflect workforce charged to or from other departments or funds. Operating Expenses and Debt Service account for the remaining 80.11 percent of the FY18 budget.

DHCA expects the total signed agreements for affordable housing projects through the PILOT program to abate $16.2 million in taxes in FY18.

In addition, this department's Capital Improvements Program (CIP) requires Current Revenue funding.

Linkage to County Result Areas

While this program area supports all eight of the County Result Areas, the following are emphasized:

  • Affordable Housing in an Inclusive Community
  • Healthy and Sustainable Neighborhoods
  • A Responsive, Accountable County Government

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Department Performance Measures

Performance measures for this department are included below (where applicable), with multi-program measures displayed at the front of this section and program-specific measures shown with the relevant program. The FY17 estimates reflect funding based on the FY17 approved budget. The FY18 and FY19 figures are performance targets based on the FY18 approved budget and funding for comparable service levels in FY19.

Accomplishments

  • Completed renovations at Progress Place (a collaboration among Department of General Services (DGS), HHS, and DHCA), which includes the relocation of several Montgomery County supportive housing service providers to a new, consolidated location in Silver Spring. The relocation furnishes providers with a new and improved space while integrating 21 units of supportive, transitional housing within the facility.
  • Continued the County's commitment to inclusive transit-oriented development by completing Fenwick Lane Condos, a project that consists of the acquisition, rehabilitation, and conversion of a 79,462 square foot eight-story office building into 102 market-rate, for-sale condominiums located in downtown Silver Spring that will be available as affordable workforce housing.
  • Worked with Montgomery Housing Partnership to acquire three separate multifamily properties including Forest Glen Apartments, Hillbrooke Towers and Hillwood Manor. A total of 222 units were acquired, of which a minimum of 50 percent of the units are affordable to households at or below 60 percent of the AMI.
  • Received two National Association of Counties (NACo) awards for the development of two separate case management systems (MPDU and Code Enforcement).
  • Continue commercial facade easement programs in the Colesville/New Hampshire and Burtonsville areas, including the completion of two properties in Burtonsville.

  • Conducted over 25,000 housing code inspections, including inspections of approximately 6,000 multifamily rental units in the County and approximately 2,000 housing units in Takoma Park; set-up 8,400 property case files resulting in civil citations for 342 property owners (96 percent of violations were corrected without the issuance of a citation).

  • Mediated nearly 700 landlord-tenant disputes, responded to over 6,600 landlord-tenant service requests, and held five landlord-tenant informational seminars including one regarding health care for seniors to share information regarding seniors aging in-place and programs available to them for reasonable or no cost.

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Initiatives

  • Invest over $53 million in affordable housing including the Montgomery Housing Initiative (MHI) Fund and utilize $17 million from the Affordable Housing Acquisition and Preservation CIP project. This increases dedicated funding and provides for renovation of distressed housing, the acquisition and preservation of affordable housing units, creation of housing units for special needs residents, services to the "Building Neighborhoods to Call Home" and "Housing First", and creation of mixed-income housing. Since FY08, $902 million has been invested in support of affordable housing, leveraging $987 million in non-County funding.

  • Add funds to implement Bill 19-15 to achieve goals of enhancing landlord-tenant outreach, tenant protections, and housing code enforcement through the addition of program staff, funding for information technology improvements, translation of the standard lease and other housing-related information, and greater education and outreach.

  • Allocate funding to provide up to 50 permanent supportive housing units and services for the Inside (not Outside) Initiative to end chronic homelessness in Montgomery County.
  • Continue the County's commitment to affordable senior housing by providing a letter of commitment for the Mt. Jezereel senior housing project. This proposed 75-unit, newly-constructed, mixed-income senior rental property will be located at 420 University Blvd in Silver Spring and will contain a 67 units affordable to seniors at or below 60 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI).

  • Introduce the Montgomery Homeownership Program, a partnership between the Maryland Mortgage Program and Montgomery County, to support eligible homebuyers purchasing in Montgomery County with up to $40,000 in down payment assistance. This financial incentive aims to help working families and first-time home buyers achieve affordable homeownership in the County. Eligible homebuyers can take advantage of this assistance by purchasing their home through the Maryland Mortgage Program, which has helped thousands of families achieve homeownership and comes with the security that only the State's flagship homeownership program can provide.

  • Continue to use resources from the MHI fund to support rental assistance programs in DHCA, Health and Human Services (HHS), and the Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC). Over 2,150 households were assisted in FY17 and over 2,150 are projected to be assisted in FY18.

  • Introduce the Moderately Priced Dwelling Units (MPDU) Preservation Initiative, which preserves MPDU affordability at expiring properties. Over 700 units will expire over the next 10 years. The first MPDU Preservation Initiative project preserved the affordability of 50 of 63 MPDU units.
  • Continue to receive funding from Federal grants (i.e., Community Development Block Grant - CDBG, the HOME Investment Partnership Grant, and the Emergency Solutions Grant), which provide funding for affordable housing, housing rehabilitation, commercial revitalization, focused neighborhood assistance, public services, and preventing homelessness.

  • Enhance the COC Program to include funding for physical assessments, capital needs studies, financial advisory services, and legal/management consulting for condominium associations experiencing non-performance issues such as a high incidences of foreclosures and condo fee delinquencies.
  • Expand neighborhood revitalization activities into the Ridgeline community, study other possible neighborhoods in Montgomery Village in need of revitalization activities, and continue revitalization projects in the McKendree Community, Kimberly Place, and Grand Bel II.

  • Provide an enhanced weatherization program aimed at reducing the energy-related expenses of limited-income consumers. This program augments existing weatherization funding to provide deeper, more extensive improvements to limited-income residents. This may include more comprehensive remediation of the building envelope, electrical system and space conditioning systems.

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Innovations and Productivity Improvements

  • Performed a review of all Departmental data repositories, establishing a data quality improvement plan in order to more effectively support internal business processes, decision making and business intelligence, and application integration.

  • Continue the Department's IT modernization initiative which replaces all legacy core business systems with modern browser-based applications providing an effective service-oriented application infrastructure. This multi-year initiative supports the efficient delivery of new applications, the maintenance of existing ones, and the effective integration between data repositories and case management systems.

  • Continue to refine the Annual Rent Survey to increase adherence to the voluntary rent guideline and introduce rental market transparency by capturing countywide rent data on a per-unit basis allowing for rent analysis. This information is published on montgomerycountymd.gov/open.

Program Descriptions

  Multi-Family Housing Programs

This program creates and preserves affordable multi-family housing units. Loans are made to the HOC, nonprofit organizations, property owners, and for-profit developers. This program provides funding to:

• preserve existing affordable housing units;

• construct and acquire affordable housing units;

• rehabilitate existing rental housing stock;

• participate in housing or mixed-use developments that will include affordable housing;

• acquire land to produce affordable housing; and

• provide low income rental housing assistance.

Major funding for these projects is provided from the Montgomery Housing Initiative Fund, the Federal HOME Grant, the Federal Community Development Block Grant, and State grants. The program emphasizes the leveraging of County funds with other public and private funds in undertaking these activities.

Program Performance MeasuresActual
FY15
Actual
FY16
Estimated
FY17
Target
FY18
Target
FY19
Total affordable housing units preserved 12,6463,6443,3143,2483,228
Total affordable housing units produced9831,2711,243722647
Cost per unit of affordable housing units produced 264,317 27,202 35,781 23,718 24,584
Cost per unit of affordable housing units preserved3,346 3,558 8,670 8,484 10,328
1  Preservation increases projected in FY14-18 due to increases in MHI rental assistance funding.
2  DHCA projects a few well-leveraged housing developments to come on-line in FY17 and FY18. These projects effectively reduce the projected cost per-unit in those fiscal years. The reverse is true for FY15 and projected FY16. The average cost per-unit in this category during those fiscal years is approximately $65,000.

Notes: In FY18, one-time funding of $200,000 is allocated to Neighborhoods to Call Home to increase funding for A Wider Circle. Additionally, resources are allocated to support up to 50 permanent supportive housing units and a Critical Time Specialist for the Inside (not Outside) Permanent Supportive Housing Initiative to address chronic homelessness.

  Affordable Housing Programs

This program creates and preserves affordable single-family housing units. It enforces Chapter 25A of the County Code to ensure that Moderately Priced Dwelling Units (MPDUs) are provided and monitored for resale control. The Code requires that 12.5 percent to 15.0 percent of an approved development of 20 dwelling units or more be MPDUs, depending on the amount of density bonus achieved. The housing units produced are marketed at controlled prices, which makes them affordable to moderate-income households. Additional single-family (SF) housing programs provide funding to replace and rehabilitate single-family housing units, and rehabilitate group homes (GH) for the special needs population. In addition, this program is responsible for the Work Force Housing Program.

Program Performance MeasuresActual
FY15
Actual
FY16
Estimated
FY17
Target
FY18
Target
FY19
Number of housing units improved/rehabilitated 15086120115115
1  Projections for FY16 and FY17 are based on the County benefiting from non-departmentally administered, State-sponsored, weatherization assistance. DHCA directly administered a State-sponsored EmPOWER Maryland grant, which expired in FY15; however, DHCA decided not to renew the program as the grant's administrative allowance was not sufficient to cover administrative costs.

  Housing Code Enforcement

This program enforces Chapter 26 of the County Code, "Housing Maintenance", by inspecting rental condominiums, multi-family apartments, and single-family housing to ensure safe and sanitary conditions; Chapter 48, "Solid Wastes"; and Chapter 58, "Weeds", the County's residential weeds and rubbish codes. Approximately 80 percent of the single-family inspections result from tenant and/or neighbor complaints; other inspections are the result of concentrated code enforcement efforts in specific areas. The multi-family inspections are based on a requirement for triennial inspections and in response to tenant and/or neighbor complaints. This program is supported by the collection of single-family and apartment/condominium licensing fees.

Program Performance MeasuresActual
FY15
Actual
FY16
Estimated
FY17
Target
FY18
Target
FY19
Percent of cases that achieve voluntary compliance in code enforcement cases before a citation is written9396959595
Number of housing code enforcement repeat offenses: More than 2 cases in a 2 year period6970707070

  Grants Administration - Federal Programs

Staff provides management and oversight to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements for Federal funding awarded to Montgomery County by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Community Development Block Grant, the HOME Investment Partnership Grant, and the Emergency Solutions Grant programs. Funds from these programs support both operating activities and capital projects. Activities funded may include property acquisition, new construction, housing rehabilitation, commercial area revitalization and handicapped accessibility improvements. Staff administers contracts with the cities of Rockville and Takoma Park, as well as nonprofit organizations awarded funding to provide a variety of public services involving assistance to low-income persons.

Program Performance MeasuresActual
FY15
Actual
FY16
Estimated
FY17
Target
FY18
Target
FY19
Number of contracts awarded and monitored3437353535

  Landlord-Tenant Mediation

This program ensures fair and equitable relations between landlords and tenants and encourages the maintenance and improvement of housing. Activities including mediating and arbitrating disputes; providing information and technical assistance to all parties; and taking legal action as necessary, including referring unresolved complaints to the Montgomery County Commission on Landlord-Tenant Affairs.

Program Performance MeasuresActual
FY15
Actual
FY16
Estimated
FY17
Target
FY18
Target
FY19
Percent of landlord/tenant cases mediated successfully (not referred to the Commission)9797979797
Average length of time required to conciliate landlord/tenant disputes that do not go to the Landlord Tenant Commission: Single-family disputes (workdays)52.538383838
Average length of time required to conciliate landlord/tenant disputes that do not go to the Landlord Tenant Commission: Multi-family disputes (workdays)45.848444444

  Neighborhood Revitalization

This program provides planning and implementation for neighborhood revitalization in targeted areas. Activities include commercial revitalization (physical and economic) in both local retail centers and central business districts as well as assistance to address other community concerns, including issues related to housing and public services. Primary funding for these activities is provided from the County's Capital Improvements Program and from other Federal and State funds, including Community Development Block Grants and State Community Legacy Grants.

  Licensing and Registration

This program issues licenses to all rental housing (apartments, condominiums, single-family) and registers all housing units within common ownership communities.

Program Performance MeasuresActual
FY15
Actual
FY16
Estimated
FY17
Target
FY18
Target
FY19
Number of rental licenses issued99,003100379103000104900107000

Notes: Expenses in the Licensing and Registration program related to Common Ownership Communities (COC) activities have been shifted to the COC program.

  Housing Administration

This program provides management and oversight to support activities within the housing division including single and multi-family housing programs, and landlord tenant mediation. This program was formerly included as part of Housing Development and Loan Programs.

  Administration

This program provides overall direction, administration, and managerial support to the Department. Activities include budgeting, financial management, asset management, personnel management and administration, program oversight, training, automated systems management, and policy/program development and implementation.

  Common Ownership Community Program

This program ensures fair and equitable relations between the governing bodies of homeowner associations, condominium associations, and cooperatives, and the individuals living within these common ownership communities, and encourages the maintenance and improvement of housing. Activities include mediating and arbitrating disputes; providing information and technical assistance to all parties; and taking legal action as necessary, including referring unresolved complaints to the Montgomery County Commission on Common Ownership Communities.

Program Performance MeasuresActual
FY15
Actual
FY16
Estimated
FY17
Target
FY18
Target
FY19
Percent of Commission on Common Ownership Communities (CCOC) cases resolved prior to a hearing 168%79%80%85%85%
1  CCOC moved from the Office of Consumer Protection to the Department of Housing and Community Affairs in FY17.

Notes: Expenses in the Licensing and Registration program related to Common Ownership Communities (COC) activities have been shifted to the COC program.

Budget Trends
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Program Contacts

Contact Tim Goetzinger of the Department of Housing and Community Affairs at 240.777.3728 or Pofen Salem of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.777.2773 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.

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Budget Summary
TitleActual
FY16
Budget
FY17
Estimate
FY17
Approved
FY18
%Chg
Bud/App
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages3235095.003608603.00 3562553.00 4642062.0028.6
Employee Benefits1247324.001373200.00 1349549.00 1689958.0023.1
County General Fund Personnel Costs4482419.004981803.00 4912102.00 6332020.0027.1
Operating Expenses851546.00971874.00 994665.00 1206598.0024.2
Capital Outlay46853.0024900.00 0.00 0.00-100.0
County General Fund Expenditures5380818.005978577.00 5906767.00 7538618.0026.1
PERSONNEL
Full-Time85.0088.00 88.00 101.0014.8
Part-Time3.003.00 3.00 3.000.0
FTEs41.6045.25 45.25 59.2530.9
REVENUES
Board of Appeals Fees8983.008750.00 8750.00 8750.000.0
Common Ownership Community Fees0.00675000.00 675000.00 685125.001.5
Landlord-Tennant Fees5551923.005635073.00 5635073.00 6404595.0013.7
Miscellaneous Revenues6984.0020000.00 20000.00 20000.000.0
Other Charges/Fees10366.0024379.00 24379.00 103802.00325.8
Other Fines/Forfeitures25595.0040000.00 40000.00 40000.000.0
County General Fund Revenues5603851.006403202.00 6403202.00 7262272.0013.4
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages1374034.001375110.00 1412218.00 1415646.003.0
Employee Benefits484546.00469722.00 463406.00 481124.002.4
Montgomery Housing Initiative Personnel Costs1858580.001844832.00 1875624.00 1896770.002.8
Operating Expenses22604781.0033438295.00 37013304.00 34659280.003.7
Debt Service Other63480.0061280.00 61280.00 0.00-100.0
Montgomery Housing Initiative Expenditures24526841.0035344407.00 38950208.00 36556050.003.4
PERSONNEL
Full-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FTEs14.7014.70 14.70 14.700.0
REVENUES
Asset Management Fee0.0050000.00 50000.00 70200.0040.4
Commitment Fee0.00200000.00 200000.00 200000.000.0
Investment Income2086730.002125040.00 2125040.00 1851460.00-12.9
Loan Payments560717.001975000.00 1975000.00 2175000.0010.1
MHI Transfer Tax73280.00225000.00 225000.00 225000.000.0
Miscellaneous Revenues888.0075006.00 75006.00 75006.000.0
MPDU Revenues2946427.001250000.00 1250000.00 1250000.000.0
Other Charges and Fees90.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Other Financing Sources63480.0061280.00 61280.00 59020.00-3.7
Recordation Tax9579217.0014071500.00 15324947.00 14861338.005.6
Montgomery Housing Initiative Revenues15310829.0020032826.00 21286273.00 20767024.003.7
 
GRANT FUND - MCG
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages1461650.001564832.00 1564832.00 1632189.004.3
Employee Benefits503090.00530176.00 530176.00 550268.003.8
Grant Fund - MCG Personnel Costs1964740.002095008.00 2095008.00 2182457.004.2
Operating Expenses4983230.005283328.00 5283328.00 6059871.0014.7
Grant Fund - MCG Expenditures6947970.007378336.00 7378336.00 8242328.0011.7
PERSONNEL
Full-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FTEs24.0024.00 24.00 23.00-4.2
REVENUES
Federal Grants5977409.005783128.00 5783128.00 6633128.0014.7
Investment Income127079.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Loan Payments645152.001000000.00 1000000.00 1000000.000.0
Other Charges/Fees540.00295208.00 295208.00 0.00-100.0
Other Intergovernmental433237.000.00 0.00 309200.000.0
State Grants5400.00300000.00 300000.00 300000.000.0
Grant Fund - MCG Revenues7188817.007378336.00 7378336.00 8242328.0011.7
 
DEPARTMENT TOTALS
Total Expenditures36855629.0048701320.00 52235311.00 52336996.007.5
Total Full-Time Positions85.0088.00 88.00 101.0014.8
Total Part-Time Positions3.003.00 3.00 3.000.0
Total FTEs80.3083.95 83.95 96.9515.5
Total Revenues28103497.0033814364.00 35067811.00 36271624.007.3
FY18 Approved Changes
TitleExpendituresFTEs
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
FY17 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION597857745.25
Changes (with service impacts)
Add: Bill 19-15 Implementation: Code Enforcement [Housing Code Enforcement]100749211.00
Add: Bill 17-17 Implementation: Tenant Advocacy and Outreach [Housing Administration]2100000.00
Add: Bill 19-15 Implementation: Neighborhood Revitalization [Neighborhood Revitalization]942001.00
Add: Bill 19-15 Implementation: Licensing [Licensing and Registration]870671.00
Add: Bill 19-15 Implementation: Administration [Administration]846881.00
Enhance: Financial, Legal, and Management Consulting Services [Common Ownership Community Program]700000.00
Enhance: Information Technology Support [Common Ownership Community Program]250000.00
Reduce: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses-100000.00
Reduce: Temporary Services-351580.00
Eliminate: One-Time Tenant Access Survey Contract [Landlord-Tenant Mediation]-700000.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Increase Cost: FY18 Compensation Adjustments1675400.00
Increase Cost: Retirement Adjustment289140.00
Increase Cost: Operating Expenses [Common Ownership Community Program]50000.00
Decrease Cost: Motor Pool Adjustment-12580.00
Decrease Cost: Printing and Mail-42510.00
Decrease Cost: Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY17-991930.00
FY18 APPROVED753861859.25
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
FY17 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION3534440714.70
Changes (with service impacts)
Enhance: Rental Assistance Program (Estimated Increase in Recordation Tax Premium Revenue) [Multi-Family Housing Programs]7898380.00
Enhance: Affordable Housing Loans [Multi-Family Housing Programs]1070040.00
Enhance: Rebuilding Together [Multi-Family Housing Programs]1000000.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Increase Cost: Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless (MCCH) Partnership for Permanent Housing [Multi-Family Housing Programs]1153260.00
Shift: MCCH Partnership for Permanent Housing from Community Grants to Department of Housing and Community Affairs [Multi-Family Housing Programs]550000.00
Increase Cost: FY18 Compensation Adjustment361070.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY17 Compensation Increases61510.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY17 Personnel Costs52030.00
Increase Cost: Retirement Adjustment44770.00
Decrease Cost: Debt Service Other [Multi-Family Housing Programs]-22600.00
Decrease Cost: Operating Expenses to Offset Personel Costs-52030.00
FY18 APPROVED3655605014.70
 
GRANT FUND - MCG
FY17 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION737833624.00
Federal/State Programs
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Everymind, Inc. (Previously Mental Health Association) - Clinical Mental Health Services for Individuals with Medicaid450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center, Inc. - Legal Services for Asian Immigrants450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Montgomery Housing Partnership, Inc. - 21st Century GATOR Program450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Latino Economic Development Corporation of Washington, DC - Economic Advancement through Credit Building Financial Products450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Babys Bounty MC, Inc. - Health, Safety, & Wellness Newborn Bundles450000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Child Center and Adult Services, Inc. (dba Aspire Counseling) - Mental Health Services to Meet the Needs of Our County's Low Income448460.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: CASA de Maryland, Inc. - Bilingual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program440930.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, Inc. - STEM Program for Montgomery County Youth400000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Bethesda Cares, Inc. - Outreach to Chronically Homeless (Critical Time Intervention)400000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: The National Center for Children and Families, Inc. - Respite for Undocumented Male Youth (RUMY)330000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Community Ministries of Rockville, Inc. - Mansfield Kaseman Health Clinic: Removing Barriers to Healthcare320000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Young Men's Christian Association of Metropolitan Washington - YMCA Nob Hill Community Center300000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Home Care Partners - Light Care Program300000.00
Add: Community Development Block Grant: Housing Opportunities Community Partners, Inc. - Kid's STEM Program 200000.00
Eliminate: Term Weatherization Senior Program Specialist0-1.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Shift: Community Development Block Grant CIP Fund Balance to the Operating Budget [Neighborhood Revitalization]8500000.00
Increase Cost: Takoma Park / HOC Code Enforcement [Housing Code Enforcement]139920.00
Decrease Cost: Adjustment for Individual Grants [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]-5389390.00
FY18 APPROVED824232823.00
Program Summary
Program NameFY17 APPR
Expenditures
FY17 APPR
FTEs
FY18 APPR
Expenditures
FY18 APPR
FTEs
Multi-Family Housing Programs346884998.40356756136.90
Affordable Housing Programs8389619.508684358.50
Housing Code Enforcement260648924.50368505335.50
Grants Administration - Federal Programs50538965.7049981325.70
Landlord-Tenant Mediation10724967.5010477647.50
Neighborhood Revitalization17019557.6026296498.60
Licensing and Registration3654752.404138043.40
Housing Administration4154423.756372183.75
Administration140646411.00175264513.50
Common Ownership Community Program5516433.606286833.60
Total4870132083.955233699696.95
Charges to Other Departments
Charged DepartmentCharged FundFY17
Total$
FY17
FTES
FY18
Total$
FY18
FTES
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
Permitting ServicesPermitting Services1203081.001217961.00
Solid Waste ServicesSolid Waste Disposal7553035.507981965.50
CIPCapital Fund1894091.701964791.70
Total10650208.2011164718.20
Future Fiscal Impacts ($000s)
TitleFY18FY19FY20FY21FY22FY23
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
EXPENDITURES
FY18 Approved7539.0000007539.0000007539.0000007539.0000007539.0000007539.000000
No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY180.000000-9.000000-9.000000-9.000000-9.000000-9.000000
Items recommended for one-time funding in FY18, including tablets and mobile phones costs, will be eliminated from the base in the outyears.
Labor Contracts0.00000025.00000025.00000025.00000025.00000025.000000
These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
Subtotal Expenditures7539.0000007555.0000007555.0000007555.0000007555.0000007555.000000
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
EXPENDITURES
FY18 Approved36556.00000036556.00000036556.00000036556.00000036556.00000036556.000000
No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY180.000000-200.000000-200.000000-200.000000-200.000000-200.000000
Items recommended for one-time funding in FY18, including A Wider Circle Contract, will be eliminated from the base in the outyears.
Labor Contracts0.00000012.00000012.00000012.00000012.00000012.000000
These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
Subtotal Expenditures36556.00000036368.00000036368.00000036368.00000036368.00000036368.000000