2019 Illinois Compiled Statutes
Chapter 310 - HOUSING
310 ILCS 110/ - Comprehensive Housing Planning Act.

(310 ILCS 110/1)
Sec. 1. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Comprehensive Housing Planning Act.
(Source: P.A. 94-965, eff. 6-30-06.)


(310 ILCS 110/5)
Sec. 5. Definitions. In this Act:
"Authority" means the Illinois Housing Development Authority.
"Interagency Committee" means the Interagency Committee of the State Housing Task Force, which shall consist of the following members or their senior staff designees: the Executive Director of the Authority; the Secretaries of Human Services and Transportation; the Directors of the State Departments of Aging, Children and Family Services, Corrections, Commerce and Economic Opportunity, Emergency Management, Financial and Professional Regulation, Healthcare and Family Services, Human Rights, Juvenile Justice, Natural Resources, Public Health, and Veterans' Affairs; the Director of the Environmental Protection Agency; a representative of the Governor's Office; and a representative of the Governor's Office of Management and Budget.
"State Housing Task Force" or "Task Force" means a task force comprised of the following persons or their designees: the Executive Director of the Authority; a representative of the Governor's Office; a representative of the Lieutenant Governor's Office; and the Interagency Committee. The Governor may also invite and appoint the following to the Task Force: representatives of the U. S. Departments of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Agriculture Rural Development; and up to 18 housing experts, with proportional representation from urban, suburban, and rural areas throughout the State. The Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives, the President of the Illinois Senate, the Minority Leader of the Illinois House of Representatives, and the Minority Leader of the Illinois Senate may each appoint one representative to the Task Force. The Executive Director of the Authority shall serve as Chair of the Task Force. The Governor shall appoint a housing expert from the non-governmental sector to serve as Vice-Chair.
(Source: P.A. 99-564, eff. 7-15-16.)


(310 ILCS 110/10)
Sec. 10. Purpose. In order to maintain the economic health of its communities, the State must have a comprehensive and unified policy for the allocation of resources for affordable housing and supportive services for historically underserved populations throughout the State. Executive Order 2003-18 shall be codified into this Act. The purposes of this Act are to accomplish the following:
(1) address the need to make available quality

housing at a variety of price points in communities throughout the State;

(2) overcome the shortage of affordable housing,

which threatens the viability of many communities and has significant social costs, such as homelessness, concentration of poverty, and unnecessary institutionalization;

(3) meet the need for safe, sanitary, and accessible

affordable and community-based housing and supportive services for elderly persons and people with disabilities and other populations with special needs;

(4) promote a full range of quality housing choices

near job opportunities, transit options, and related amenities;

(5) meet the needs of constituencies that have been

historically underserved and segregated due to barriers and trends in the existing housing market or insufficient resources;

(6) facilitate the preservation of ownership of

existing homes and rental housing in communities;

(7) create new housing opportunities and, where

appropriate, promote mixed-income communities;

(7.5) maximize federal funding opportunities for

affordable housing or the services people need to maintain their housing with required State funding, such as, without limitation, for federal Continuum of Care networks and HOME Investment Partnerships Program project sponsors; and

(8) encourage development of State incentives for

communities to create a mix of housing to meet the needs of current and future residents.

(Source: P.A. 99-564, eff. 7-15-16.)


(310 ILCS 110/15)
Sec. 15. Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan.
(a) During the period from the effective date of this Act through December 31, 2026, the State of Illinois shall prepare and be guided by an annual comprehensive housing plan ("Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan") that is consistent with the affirmative fair housing provisions of the Illinois Human Rights Act and specifically addresses the following underserved populations:
(1) households earning below 50% of the area median

income, with particular emphasis on households earning below 30% of the area median income;

(2) low-income senior citizens;
(3) low-income persons with any form of disability,

including, but not limited to, physical disability, developmental disability, intellectual disability, mental illness, co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse disorder, and HIV/AIDS;

(4) homeless persons and persons determined to be at

risk of homelessness;

(5) low-income and moderate-income persons unable to

afford housing that has access to work opportunities or transportation options;

(6) low-income persons residing in communities with

existing affordable housing that is in danger of becoming unaffordable or being lost;

(7) low-income people residing in communities with

ongoing community revitalization efforts; and

(8) other special needs populations, including people

with criminal records and veterans experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

(b) The Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan shall include, but need not be limited to, the following:
(1) The identification of all funding sources for

which the State has administrative control that are available for housing construction, rehabilitation, preservation, operating or rental subsidies, and supportive services.

(2) Goals for the number, affordability for different

income levels, and types of housing units to be constructed, preserved, or rehabilitated each year for the underserved populations identified in subsection (a) of Section 15, based on available housing resources.

(3) Funding recommendations for types of programs for

housing construction, preservation, rehabilitation, and supportive services, where necessary, related to the underserved populations identified in subsection (a) of Section 15, based on the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan.

(4) Specific actions needed to ensure the

coordination of State government resources that can be used to build or preserve affordable housing, provide services to accompany the creation of affordable housing, and prevent homelessness.

(5) Recommended State actions that promote the

construction, preservation, and rehabilitation of affordable housing by private-sector, not-for-profit, and government entities and address those practices that impede such promotion.

(6) Specific suggestions for incentives for counties

and municipalities to develop and implement local comprehensive housing plans that would encourage a mix of housing to meet the needs of current and future residents.

(7) Identification of options that counties,

municipalities, and other local jurisdictions, including public housing authorities, can take to construct, rehabilitate, or preserve housing in their own communities for the underserved populations identified in Section 10 of this Act.

(c) The Interagency Committee, with staff support and coordination assistance from the Authority, shall develop the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan. The State Housing Task Force shall provide advice and guidance to the Interagency Committee in developing the Plan. The Interagency Committee shall deliver the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan to the Governor and the General Assembly by January 15 of each year or the first business day thereafter. The Authority, on behalf of the Interagency Committee, shall prepare an Annual Progress Report by April 1 of the following year to the Governor and the General Assembly on the progress made toward achieving the projected goals, as defined in paragraph (2) of subsection (b), of the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan during the previous calendar year. These reports shall include estimates of revenues, expenditures, obligations, bond allocations, and fund balances for all programs or funds addressed in the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan.
(d) The Authority shall provide staffing to the Interagency Committee and the Task Force. It shall also provide the staff support needed to help coordinate the implementation of the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan during the course of the year. The Authority shall be eligible for reimbursement of up to $300,000 per year for such staff support costs from a designated funding source, if available, or from the Illinois Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
(Source: P.A. 99-564, eff. 7-15-16.)


(310 ILCS 110/20)
Sec. 20. State Housing Task Force. The State Housing Task Force shall:
(1) (Blank).
(2) Create necessary subcommittees and appoint

subcommittee members and outside experts, with the advice of the Task Force and the Interagency Committee.

(3) Ensure adequate public input into the Annual

Comprehensive Housing Plan.

(4) Involve, to the extent possible, appropriate

representatives of the federal government, local governments and municipalities, public housing authorities, local continuum-of-care, for-profit, and not-for-profit developers, supportive housing providers, business, labor, lenders, advocates for the underserved populations named in this Act, and fair housing agencies.

(5) Have input into the development of the Annual

Comprehensive Housing Plan and the Annual Progress Report prepared by the Authority.

(Source: P.A. 99-564, eff. 7-15-16.)


(310 ILCS 110/25)
Sec. 25. Interagency Committee. The Interagency Committee and its member agencies shall:
(1) Provide interagency coordination and funding

efforts to facilitate meeting the purposes of this Act, including the housing needs of priority populations;

(2) Be responsible for providing the information

needed to develop the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan as well as the Annual Progress Report.

(3) Develop the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan.
(4) Oversee the implementation of the Plan by

coordinating, streamlining, and prioritizing the allocation of available production, rehabilitation, preservation, financial, and service resources.

(Source: P.A. 99-564, eff. 7-15-16.)


(310 ILCS 110/30)
Sec. 30. (Repealed).
(Source: P.A. 94-965, eff. 6-30-06. Repealed by P.A. 99-564, eff. 7-15-16.)


(310 ILCS 110/90)
Sec. 90. (Amendatory provisions; text omitted).
(Source: P.A. 94-965, eff. 6-30-06; text omitted.)


(310 ILCS 110/99)
Sec. 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon becoming law.
(Source: P.A. 94-965, eff. 6-30-06.)


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