Housing and Community Development Department
The City of Houston’s Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) provides the leadership and financing to make affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization happen in Houston. Currently,the Department administers over $100 million dollars annually in various federal, state and local programs. From investing in neighborhood parks, multifamily communities and economic development, to providing first-time homebuyer assistance and funds to serve the homeless, elderly and disabled — HCDD works to improve the quality of life for Houston’s neighborhoods and families
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Neal Rackleff has over 18 years of successful affordable housing, community and economic development experience. As Director of the City of Houston's Housing and Community Development Department, Rackleff oversees the City's community development activities, including the strategic investment of funds for quality affordable housing, neighborhood facilities, social services and general neighborhood revitalization activities.
City of Houston Housing and
Community Development Department
P.O. Box 1562
Houston, Texas 77251-1562
PROJECTS IN YOUR DISTRICT
Click on the map below to see where we have collaborated on projects with state and federal government agencies, local city departments, nonprofits and private industry in your district.
LATEST NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Take part in planning for Houston's future.
- Learn about the development of the 2015 Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan
- Take the Community Needs Survey
View the presentation by the Reinvestment Fund on the results of the Market Value Analysis conducted to help HCDD analyze Houston’s real estate markets and make data-based decisions on investing our limited funds. To view the presentation click here.