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Citizens Homeless Commission

https://dallascityhall.com/government/meetings/Pages/citizen-homeless-commission.aspx

One of our founding Directors has been on the CHC since it's inception. The Citizen Homelessness Commission (CHC) is an advisory body, the purpose of this commission is to assure participation from, and inclusion of, all stakeholders, including those with past or present experience with homelessness, to develop policy recommendations to ensure alignment of city services with regional services to enhance efficiency, quality, and effectiveness of the community-wide response to homelessness. 

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Community Development Commission

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The Cedars Collective has a Director with is on his third term on the CDC. ​​​The purpose of the Community Development Commission (CDC) is to foster citizen participation and provide advice and recommendations to the City Manager and City Council on the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and other U.S. The Department of Housing and Urban Development Grant funds which will improve the lives and living environments of low and moderate income persons. 

Community Stats

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 Estimated median value of an owner-occupied housing unit between 2013-2017. The value is based on survey respondents' estimates of how much their properties and lots would sell for if they were for sale. Medians were suppressed in cases where the sample of the average was less than 10 of the unit that is being described (eg, households, people, householders, etc).  

Development

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Tax Increment Financing

Overview

The City's tax increment financing (TIF) program identifies under-performing real estate in the City, develops redevelopment plans, works with private developers to implement these plans and reinvests a portion of property tax revenues generated from new real estate development into the area to encourage the implementation of the redevelopment plan. The City of Dallas currently has eighteen active TIF districts. The creation of new districts is considered based on set criteria and requires the approval of Dallas City Council. 


There are two TIF districts that impact the Cedars Area, the Cedars TIF and The Transit Oriented District (TOD) TIF

City Hall Update

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