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Grant applications are now being accepted until May 10th

The Ulster County Housing Action Fund Year 1 Application window is now open with applications due on May 10th, 2024. The Housing Action Fund will be accepting applications for a wide variety of project types intended to support equitable and sustainable construction, development, revitalization, and preservation of affordable and supportive housing.

Pre-Application Meetings

If you would like to set up a pre-application meeting to walk through the application process, please contact Kai Lord-Farmer at klor@co.ulster.ny.us.

Please read thoroughly read through all the application materials prior to setting up a meeting. We will not be able to answer specific questions about your project but can generally answer questions about the application process and types of projects we are looking for in Round 1

Application Process

Application Guidance Document: Housing Action Fund: Notice of Funding Availability - Round 1 document for details on program eligibility, award process, and application process.

Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects: Applications for Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects can use the fillable PDF document or use the online application form.

Fillable PDF Application Form - Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects

Online Application Form - Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects

Applications for the Housing Catalyst Fund: Applications for Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects can use the fillable PDF document or use the online application form.

Fillable PDF Application Form - Housing Catalyst Fund

Online Application Form - Housing Catalyst Fund

Application Submissions

Printed applications must be postmarked by May 10th, 2024 or hand delivered to the address below 3:00 pm on May 10th, 2024. Applications can also be submitted online through the links above. Emailed applications will not be accepted.

Ulster County Planning Department

244 Fair Street

P.O. Box 1800

Kingston, NY 12402

ATTENTION HOUSING ACTION FUND


Fillable PDF Submissions


If you are using the fillable PDF applications, please use the submission upload links below (or to the right under Housing Action Fund Submission Uploads).


Online Submission Form

If you are using the online application form, please use the forms below (or to the right under Important Links).



Questions on the application are due on April 19th, after which time no further questions will be answered. All questions and corresponding answers will be published approximately one week after questions from applicants are due.


Round 1 Application Webinar - March 19th, 2024

For Year 1, the following housing project types are eligible for funding:

  • Affordable Rental Projects: Development of new housing that is affordable to households earning up to 80% of Ulster County area median income.
  • Affordable Homeownership Projects: Development of new housing that provides affordable homeownership opportunities to households earning up to 80% of Ulster County area median income.
  • Preservation of Affordable Housing for Housing Co-Ops and Community Land Trusts: Preservation of existing affordable housing that will be owned and operated by tenants or in collaboration with a community land trust or non-profit organization.
  • Emergency and Supportive Housing Projects: Funding for the development of emergency and supportive housing projects.
  • Housing-Related Infrastructure: Funding for public infrastructure that would directly support the development of affordable housing.
  • Housing Catalyst Fund Projects: Funding support for practical and collaborative projects that lead to larger changes in the housing and construction sector that reduce costs and/or remove barriers to preserving or building affordable housing.

Funding by Project Type

Included below is a summary table of the project types and funding maximums proposed for Round 1 of the HAF.

Project Type

Maximum Per Unit Award

Maximum Total Project Award

Rental Units up to 60% AMI

$50,000

$500,000

Rental Units up to 80% AMI

$30,000

$400,000

For-Sale Units up to 80% AMI

$50,000

$400,000

Rental Units Pursuing 9% LIHTC

$30,000

$300,000

Rental Units Pursuing 4% LIHTC

See LIHTC Section

Preservation of Existing Affordable Housing for

Housing Co-Ops and Community Land Trusts

$50,000

$300,000

Emergency and Supportive Housing Projects

$60,000

$500,000

Housing-Related Infrastructure Projects

N/A

$300,000

Housing Catalyst Fund

N/A

$50,000


Housing Action Fund Summary

The Ulster County Housing Action Fund (HAF), proposed by County Executive Jen Metzger and approved by the Ulster County Legislature on August 15, will support equitable and sustainable community development through the construction, development, revitalization, and preservation of affordable, workforce, and supportive housing.

In exchange for investment from the fund, the HAF will require the creation of healthy, energy-efficient, and climate-responsible housing units that serve households making up to 80% of Ulster County Area Median Income (i.e., $81,300 for a 4-person household, $56,950 for a 1-person household), with an emphasis on housing that serves the county’s most vulnerable populations. The HAF will also encourage innovative housing solutions, such as supportive housing, adaptive reuse of existing buildings for housing, tiny home communities, and accessory dwelling units.

Why do we need a Housing Action Fund?

  • Longer Stays in Emergency Housing: In 2021, the average length of stay for unhoused families in emergency housing was four months; today it is 18 months, due to the lack of permanent housing options.

  • Increasing Rents, Stagnant Wages: Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment increased nearly 60% over the past 12 years (inflation-adjusted) while wages have remained stagnant for low- and moderate-income families.

  • Rental Housing Cost Burden: Approximately 12% of owners and 29% of renters in Ulster County are “severely cost burdened,” spending more than half of their monthly income on housing. More than half of all renters are burdened or severely burdened, devoting more than 30% of their income to housing.

  • Homeownership is Out of Reach: Housing sale prices rose 43% in four years to $350,000 in 2022, putting homeownership out of reach for more than half of Ulster County residents.

  • Housing Availability: The county’s vacancy rate (vacant rental or for sale units) was approximately 2% in 2021, placing upward pressure on rent and home prices.

  • Loss of Emergency Housing: Economic opportunities, cost of maintenance, and other factors have resulted in a loss of emergency housing beds for unhoused individuals and families, with limited replacements offered by the private sector.

  • Workforce Needs: Business leaders increasingly point to the lack of housing and its cost as the main factors contributing to the difficulty of finding workers for their businesses.

How does the Housing Action Fund Work?

  • Administration: A Housing Policy and Oversight Committee (HPOC), comprised of affordable housing experts and professionals, would be appointed to oversee the administration of the fund.

  • Funding: The HAF will be seeded with $15 million from the County’s current excess fund balance. The County Executive has also proposed dedicating 25% of occupancy tax revenues annually to ensure long-term resources for the fund.

  • Funding Awards: On an annual basis, Ulster County would release a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) and request competitive proposals from affordable housing developers, nonprofit organizations, and individuals for housing projects that support the mission of the HAF.

  • Project Types: The HAF would support a wide variety of housing and housing-related projects including affordable rental and for-sale projects, non-traditional housing projects, emergency housing, accessory dwelling units, infrastructure projects needed for affordable housing projects, and small grants for projects to spark innovation in the housing sector. Projects would be required to use non-fossil fuel systems and appliances to help meet the County’s climate goals.

  • Affordability: All projects that receive HAF funding would be required to remain affordable (rent or sell units to households making 80% of Area Median Income or less) for a minimum of 50 years.

Who else has done this?

The housing fund model has been successfully implemented throughout the country and New York State. Dutchess, Westchester, and Tompkins County all have implemented versions of a housing trust fund. The Tompkins County Community Housing Development Fund has been in operation since 2009, providing approximately $6.8 million dollars to support the development of 875 affordable housing units with most units being placed in a community land trust.

Housing Policy and Oversight Committee Members

The members of the Housing Policy and Oversight Committee members have been appointed. To see details on scheduled HPOC meetings, visit the Ulster County Legislative Calendar here.

Fawn Tantillo, Chair

Fawn Tantillo served as an Ulster County Legislator from 1993 to 2003. Tantillo also worked as a legislative staff member for Ulster County from 2012 to 2023. She has also been a small landlord and property manager for 15 years and brings this experience to the Committee.

Susan Blickstein, Vice-Chair

Dr. Blickstein has served as a planning, policy, engagement and research consultant to municipalities, counties, MPOs and state agencies for over 30 years. She has served as Director of Planning for two multi-disciplinary planning, transportation, and engineering firms and, since 2007, as the Founding Principal of Susan G. Blickstein LLC (SGB, LLC) since 2007.


Soham Dhesi, Secretary

Soham is a Senior Investment Office for the Leviticus Fund, a regional nonprofit loan fund (CDFI) founded in 1983 that uses capital to alleviate poverty and improve the economic and social conditions of low-income individuals and families throughout the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area.

Loriman Rhodell

Lori is a long-time community organizer and housing advocate having worked for Office of the Mayor of the City of New York, Oglala Sioux Housing Authority, and El Puente de Williamsburg, a community-based organization (CBO) in the Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Sara Bayer

Sara A. Bayer is an Associate Principal and Director of Sustainability at Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP), dedicated to designing housing, specifically affordable and supportive housing. There, she manages many of the firm's most energy-efficient multifamily housing projects, including two that have won NYSERDA Buildings of Excellence Awards.


Grant applications are now being accepted until May 10th

The Ulster County Housing Action Fund Year 1 Application window is now open with applications due on May 10th, 2024. The Housing Action Fund will be accepting applications for a wide variety of project types intended to support equitable and sustainable construction, development, revitalization, and preservation of affordable and supportive housing.

Pre-Application Meetings

If you would like to set up a pre-application meeting to walk through the application process, please contact Kai Lord-Farmer at klor@co.ulster.ny.us.

Please read thoroughly read through all the application materials prior to setting up a meeting. We will not be able to answer specific questions about your project but can generally answer questions about the application process and types of projects we are looking for in Round 1

Application Process

Application Guidance Document: Housing Action Fund: Notice of Funding Availability - Round 1 document for details on program eligibility, award process, and application process.

Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects: Applications for Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects can use the fillable PDF document or use the online application form.

Fillable PDF Application Form - Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects

Online Application Form - Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects

Applications for the Housing Catalyst Fund: Applications for Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects can use the fillable PDF document or use the online application form.

Fillable PDF Application Form - Housing Catalyst Fund

Online Application Form - Housing Catalyst Fund

Application Submissions

Printed applications must be postmarked by May 10th, 2024 or hand delivered to the address below 3:00 pm on May 10th, 2024. Applications can also be submitted online through the links above. Emailed applications will not be accepted.

Ulster County Planning Department

244 Fair Street

P.O. Box 1800

Kingston, NY 12402

ATTENTION HOUSING ACTION FUND


Fillable PDF Submissions


If you are using the fillable PDF applications, please use the submission upload links below (or to the right under Housing Action Fund Submission Uploads).


Online Submission Form

If you are using the online application form, please use the forms below (or to the right under Important Links).



Questions on the application are due on April 19th, after which time no further questions will be answered. All questions and corresponding answers will be published approximately one week after questions from applicants are due.


Round 1 Application Webinar - March 19th, 2024

For Year 1, the following housing project types are eligible for funding:

  • Affordable Rental Projects: Development of new housing that is affordable to households earning up to 80% of Ulster County area median income.
  • Affordable Homeownership Projects: Development of new housing that provides affordable homeownership opportunities to households earning up to 80% of Ulster County area median income.
  • Preservation of Affordable Housing for Housing Co-Ops and Community Land Trusts: Preservation of existing affordable housing that will be owned and operated by tenants or in collaboration with a community land trust or non-profit organization.
  • Emergency and Supportive Housing Projects: Funding for the development of emergency and supportive housing projects.
  • Housing-Related Infrastructure: Funding for public infrastructure that would directly support the development of affordable housing.
  • Housing Catalyst Fund Projects: Funding support for practical and collaborative projects that lead to larger changes in the housing and construction sector that reduce costs and/or remove barriers to preserving or building affordable housing.

Funding by Project Type

Included below is a summary table of the project types and funding maximums proposed for Round 1 of the HAF.

Project Type

Maximum Per Unit Award

Maximum Total Project Award

Rental Units up to 60% AMI

$50,000

$500,000

Rental Units up to 80% AMI

$30,000

$400,000

For-Sale Units up to 80% AMI

$50,000

$400,000

Rental Units Pursuing 9% LIHTC

$30,000

$300,000

Rental Units Pursuing 4% LIHTC

See LIHTC Section

Preservation of Existing Affordable Housing for

Housing Co-Ops and Community Land Trusts

$50,000

$300,000

Emergency and Supportive Housing Projects

$60,000

$500,000

Housing-Related Infrastructure Projects

N/A

$300,000

Housing Catalyst Fund

N/A

$50,000


Housing Action Fund Summary

The Ulster County Housing Action Fund (HAF), proposed by County Executive Jen Metzger and approved by the Ulster County Legislature on August 15, will support equitable and sustainable community development through the construction, development, revitalization, and preservation of affordable, workforce, and supportive housing.

In exchange for investment from the fund, the HAF will require the creation of healthy, energy-efficient, and climate-responsible housing units that serve households making up to 80% of Ulster County Area Median Income (i.e., $81,300 for a 4-person household, $56,950 for a 1-person household), with an emphasis on housing that serves the county’s most vulnerable populations. The HAF will also encourage innovative housing solutions, such as supportive housing, adaptive reuse of existing buildings for housing, tiny home communities, and accessory dwelling units.

Why do we need a Housing Action Fund?

  • Longer Stays in Emergency Housing: In 2021, the average length of stay for unhoused families in emergency housing was four months; today it is 18 months, due to the lack of permanent housing options.

  • Increasing Rents, Stagnant Wages: Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment increased nearly 60% over the past 12 years (inflation-adjusted) while wages have remained stagnant for low- and moderate-income families.

  • Rental Housing Cost Burden: Approximately 12% of owners and 29% of renters in Ulster County are “severely cost burdened,” spending more than half of their monthly income on housing. More than half of all renters are burdened or severely burdened, devoting more than 30% of their income to housing.

  • Homeownership is Out of Reach: Housing sale prices rose 43% in four years to $350,000 in 2022, putting homeownership out of reach for more than half of Ulster County residents.

  • Housing Availability: The county’s vacancy rate (vacant rental or for sale units) was approximately 2% in 2021, placing upward pressure on rent and home prices.

  • Loss of Emergency Housing: Economic opportunities, cost of maintenance, and other factors have resulted in a loss of emergency housing beds for unhoused individuals and families, with limited replacements offered by the private sector.

  • Workforce Needs: Business leaders increasingly point to the lack of housing and its cost as the main factors contributing to the difficulty of finding workers for their businesses.

How does the Housing Action Fund Work?

  • Administration: A Housing Policy and Oversight Committee (HPOC), comprised of affordable housing experts and professionals, would be appointed to oversee the administration of the fund.

  • Funding: The HAF will be seeded with $15 million from the County’s current excess fund balance. The County Executive has also proposed dedicating 25% of occupancy tax revenues annually to ensure long-term resources for the fund.

  • Funding Awards: On an annual basis, Ulster County would release a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) and request competitive proposals from affordable housing developers, nonprofit organizations, and individuals for housing projects that support the mission of the HAF.

  • Project Types: The HAF would support a wide variety of housing and housing-related projects including affordable rental and for-sale projects, non-traditional housing projects, emergency housing, accessory dwelling units, infrastructure projects needed for affordable housing projects, and small grants for projects to spark innovation in the housing sector. Projects would be required to use non-fossil fuel systems and appliances to help meet the County’s climate goals.

  • Affordability: All projects that receive HAF funding would be required to remain affordable (rent or sell units to households making 80% of Area Median Income or less) for a minimum of 50 years.

Who else has done this?

The housing fund model has been successfully implemented throughout the country and New York State. Dutchess, Westchester, and Tompkins County all have implemented versions of a housing trust fund. The Tompkins County Community Housing Development Fund has been in operation since 2009, providing approximately $6.8 million dollars to support the development of 875 affordable housing units with most units being placed in a community land trust.

Housing Policy and Oversight Committee Members

The members of the Housing Policy and Oversight Committee members have been appointed. To see details on scheduled HPOC meetings, visit the Ulster County Legislative Calendar here.

Fawn Tantillo, Chair

Fawn Tantillo served as an Ulster County Legislator from 1993 to 2003. Tantillo also worked as a legislative staff member for Ulster County from 2012 to 2023. She has also been a small landlord and property manager for 15 years and brings this experience to the Committee.

Susan Blickstein, Vice-Chair

Dr. Blickstein has served as a planning, policy, engagement and research consultant to municipalities, counties, MPOs and state agencies for over 30 years. She has served as Director of Planning for two multi-disciplinary planning, transportation, and engineering firms and, since 2007, as the Founding Principal of Susan G. Blickstein LLC (SGB, LLC) since 2007.


Soham Dhesi, Secretary

Soham is a Senior Investment Office for the Leviticus Fund, a regional nonprofit loan fund (CDFI) founded in 1983 that uses capital to alleviate poverty and improve the economic and social conditions of low-income individuals and families throughout the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area.

Loriman Rhodell

Lori is a long-time community organizer and housing advocate having worked for Office of the Mayor of the City of New York, Oglala Sioux Housing Authority, and El Puente de Williamsburg, a community-based organization (CBO) in the Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Sara Bayer

Sara A. Bayer is an Associate Principal and Director of Sustainability at Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP), dedicated to designing housing, specifically affordable and supportive housing. There, she manages many of the firm's most energy-efficient multifamily housing projects, including two that have won NYSERDA Buildings of Excellence Awards.

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    Are there currently grants available for ADUs? If not, will the program be repeated, and when?

    Maria R asked 21 days ago

    Round 1 of the Housing Action Fund does not include funding for individual ADUs. Future rounds of the Housing Action Fund may include funding for individual homeowners to build ADU. However, the fund is currently focused on providing funding support for bigger projects with multiple units. 

    Ulster County and RUPCO are administering the Plus One ADU Program. See link below. Round 1 of the ADU Program is currently closed. Applications for Round 2 of this program are anticipated to open in Summer 2024.  

    https://rupco.org/plusone/

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    Is it allowed to apply for both the infrastructure and per unit grant? If both are allowed, is this a single application or two applications?

    UHProjects asked about 1 month ago

    No. The Maximum Total Project Award is the maximum amount that would be awarded to any one project (housing project developed by the applicant). A project could apply for funding for infrastructure and construction of affordable housing (in one application) but the total requested amount would have to be at or below the Maximum Total Project Award amount for that AMI level. 

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    There is a problem with the following form: Fillable PDF Application Form - Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects. Everything you type in Affordable Housing Experience under Applicant Experience repeats itself in Devlopment Team and vise versa. I've downloaded the template twice and get the same response. Is this correct.

    TommyZ asked 2 months ago

    Greetings,

    This error has been fixed and a new version of the "Fillable PDF Application Form - Rental, For-Sale, and Emergency/Supportive Housing Projects" has been uploaded. Apologies for any inconvenience this caused. 

    If you have any other issues, please email: Klor@co.ulster.ny.us

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    Hello, I have a few questions that I'm hoping you can answer: Are there income requirements for homeowners wishing to receive funding to add an ADU to their home? If so, what are they? If at some point in the 50 year rental window, a family member needs housing, can the ADU be used for this purpose? Or does it have to be rented consistently to folks who meet 80% of the AMI for the next 50 years?

    dkhomeowner asked 3 months ago

    For Round 1 of the Housing Action Fund, we are not including a category for Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs). In future rounds of funding, we may include funding for ADUs and details and all the criteria for ADU grants will be included in the application documents.  

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    I'm currently homeless and on ssd. Nobody in Ulster county will help me

    Gucciibabii asked 3 months ago

    Hi, I am sorry to hear that. I am providing links to a few organizations below who may be able to help you find housing. 

    Family of Woodstock – Family of Woodstock is a multi-program human service agency providing services throughout Ulster County. The organization offers housing and/or rental assistance for victims of domestic violence, homeless individuals and families, and teens.

    RUPCO Emergency Assistance Programs – RUPCO receives funding from the United Way of Ulster County and other sources to assist with security deposits, one month’s rental arrears, or rental assistance.

    Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster - CCOSU serves the homeless, the hungry, the emotionally and physically challenged, as well as immigrants, and the marginalized and vulnerable of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties.  

    People USA - People USA is a peer-run mental health non-profit that creates, provides, and promotes its own innovative crisis response, and wellness services.


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    What is application process? Will there be a form to apply? How does one get access to the form? Is architectural or engineering assistance offered? Thank you, Lanny Walter

    Lanny Walter asked 3 months ago

    Hi, The Ulster County Planning Department will be hosting a virtual webinar on March 19th, 2024, at 6 PM to provide details about the HAF and the application process. Register for the webinar here: https://ulstercountyny.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpcumvqD0vE9JYDjrbdmXmZ8yUSqTiqrmS

    In the webinar, we will walk through the application process. Applications will be live on March 11th. 

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