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The HOPE VI Program was developed as a result of recommendations by National Commission on Severely Distressed Public Housing, which was charged with proposing a National Action Plan to eradicate severely distressed public housing. The Commission recommended revitalization in three general areas: physical improvements, management improvements, and social and community services to address resident needs. The specific elements of public housing transformation that have proven key to HOPE VI include: changing the physical shape of public housing; establishing positive incentives for resident self-sufficiency and comprehensive services that empower residents; lessening concentrations of poverty by placing public housing in non-poverty neighborhoods and promoting mixed-income communities; forging partnerships with other agencies, local governments, nonprofit organizations, and private businesses to leverage support and resources.


SFHA revitalized five obsolete public housing sites with 1,149 units of new public and affordable housing with 2,607 bedrooms. Eight more sites are planned under the City's HOPE SF Program. The SFHA received $118.6 million in HUD HOPE VI grants that leveraged $188.2 million in other private and public funds. The combined revitalization funding $307 million. The breakdown is as follows:


  • Valencia Gardens $23.2 M HOPE VI Funds and $50.7 M other Funds $74 M 

  • North Beach HOPE VI $23.3 M HOPE VI Funds and $82.8 M other Funds $106.1 M 

  • Plaza East HOPE VI $20.2 M in HOPE VI Funds and $23 M other Funds $43.2 M 

  • Bernal Dwellings HOPE VI $29.8 M HOPE VI Funds and $11.9 M other Funds $41.8 M 

  • Hayes Valley HOPE VI $22.1 M HOPE VI Funds and $20.4 M other Funds $42.5 M

 SFHA Annual Plan 2017



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2016 - 2021 Five Year Plan.pdf
ACOP 100118.pdf
Annual Plan FY 2019.pdf
Frequently Asked Questions.pdf
Hearing Procedure.pdf
HUD Smoke Free Policy Fact Sheet.pdf
HUD Smoke Free Policy Information  for Residents.pdf
HUD Smoke Free Policy Recommended 18-Month Timeline.pdf
HUD Smoke Free Policy Recommended Checklist.pdf
LEP Plan.pdf
LEP Procedure.pdf
Limited English Proficiency Plan.pdf
Maintenance Plan 2015.pdf
Public Housing Admission and Continue Occupancy Policy August 1, 2016.pdf
Public Housing Agency Annual Plan 2017.pdf
SFHA ACOP 100119 F.pdf
SFHA-LEP Vital Document List_2017.pdf


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