Statewide Plans And Reports

Since the onset of COVID-19 pandemic, many Illinois households have been directly or indirectly affected by the economic fallout leading many to struggle to pay their monthly rent. Illinois stands proud as a model of government helping its people as it has been a national leader in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, overseeing some of the largest rental assistance programs in the country. Since 2020, the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) has delivered $815 million in emergency rental assistance to nearly 110,100 renter households, giving impacted residents the time and support they needed to overcome financial pressures they were experiencing dues to COVID-19 pandemic. Employment rates were improving at the start of 2021 as the state continued to make progress under the Restore Illinois reopening plan1. However, they remained above pre-pandemic levels in the new year, and thousands of Illinois households still reported not being caught up on their rent payments2. More support was needed to help families stay in their homes as the state and economy continued to recover from the pandemic.


2022 Illinois Rental Payment Program Fact Book


The Illinois Housing Blueprint is a forward-thinking and grassroots planning initiative that amplifies the voices and experiences of those living and working in communities throughout the state. The first edition of the Housing Blueprint provided a foundation for this-multi-year planning process, and the 2022 Housing Blueprint builds on that to provide a deeper analysis of the trends and priority areas that will guide future housing policy and investment in Illinois in the coming years.

2022 IL Housing Blueprint


2021 IL Housing Blueprint

The Consolidated Plan is designed to help states and local jurisdictions assess their affordable housing and community development needs and market conditions, and to make data-driven, place-based investment decisions. The consolidated planning process serves as the framework for a community-wide dialogue to identify housing and community development priorities that align and focus funding from the CPD formula block grant programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) ProgramHOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) ProgramEmergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program, and Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) Program as well as the national Housing Trust Fund. The Consolidated Plan is carried out through Annual Action Plans, which provide a concise summary of the actions, activities, and the specific federal and non-federal resources that will be used each year to address the priority needs and specific goals identified by the Consolidated Plan. Grantees report on accomplishments and progress toward Consolidated Plan goals in the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER).


2023 Action Plan – As Approved by HUD


Draft 2022 Annual Performance Report-State of Illinois Consolidated Plan – FOR PUBLIC COMMENT


State of Illinois HOME-ARP Allocation Plan – Approved by HUD


State of Illinois 2022 Action Plan – As Approved by HUD


Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CV) Amendment to the 2019 Action Plan


Final 2021 Annual Action Plan


FINAL State of Illinois 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan


IDHS ESG Corona Virus Substantial Amendment to the 2019 Action Plan


FINAL 2019 ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT – PENDING HUD APPROVAL


2018 Consolidated Plan –ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT – As Submitted to HUD


Final State of Illinois 2019 ACTION PLAN – HUD APPROVED


Final State of Illinois 2018 ACTION PLAN 

Executive Order 2003-18 and the Comprehensive Housing Planning Act (P.A. 94-965) established the statewide comprehensive housing initiative, identifying underserved “priority populations”, and calling for the appointment of a Housing Task Force to improve the planning and coordination of the state’s housing resources. IHDA’s Executive Director is appointed Chair of the state’s Housing Task Force and is joined by a panel of 34 representatives from state agencies and the housing community. Each year the Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan identifies statewide focus activities that guide the state’s activities related to affordable housing planning and development for the year. Each plan also includes an identification of funding sources for which the state has administrative control that are available for housing construction, rehabilitation, preservation, operating or rental subsidies, and supportive services.

2024 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan (ACHP)

2023 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan (ACHP)

2022 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan (ACHP) – Annual Progress Report

2022 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan (ACHP)

2021 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan – Annual Progress Report

2021 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan (ACHP)

2020 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan – Annual Progress Report

2020 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan (ACHP)

2020 ACHP – Supplemental Materials Guide

2019 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan – Annual Progress Report

2019 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan

2018 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan – Annual Progress Report

2018 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan

2017 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan

2017 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan – Annual Progress Report

2016 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan – Annual Progress Report

2015 Annual Comprehensive Housing Plan – Annual Progress Report

For previous years’ reports, please contact Erik Turner at eturner@ihda.org

The Affordable Housing Planning and Appeal Act (AHPAA) was signed into law in 2003 to encourage local governments to incorporate affordable housing into their communities. IHDA was named the State-administering agency in the law and provides tools and updates to aid non-exempt communities with compliance. Communities in Illinois that are found to be non-exempt from the law are required to develop and then adopt an Affordable Housing Plan within 18 months from the date of notification of their non-exempt status and to submit a copy of the plan to IHDA within 60 days after its adoption. According to the statute (as amended by P.A. 103-0487), the exemption determination process must be completed by IHDA at least once every five years using data from the U.S. Census Bureau.


2023 Statewide Affordability List


 2023 Non-Exempt Local Government List


2023 AHPAA Local Government Data


2023 Non-Exempt Local Government Handbook


2023 AHPAA FAQ


2023 Affordability Charts


AHPAA Non-Exempt Local Government Historical List


2018 – Non-Exempt Local Government List


2013 – Non-Exempt Local Government List


2004 – Non-Exempt Local Government List 


For more information, contact IHDA at AHPAA@ihda.org.

IHDA is required to submit progress reports to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on a quarterly basis.  See the reports below.

The Housing Task Force will at times convene working groups with statewide experts on a specific topic. The result of these working groups is often a report on the group’s findings, observation or recommendations.

The Illinois Housing Task Force, having last released a Supportive Housing Working Group report in 2008, decided to re-establish the Working Group to produce a new report that reflects the environment in 2016. As such, this report defines Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), provides information on current inventory and unmet need, compares PSH versus institutional costs, identifies potential resources to create PSH, and proposes production goals as well as strategies to improve PSH.


Supportive Housing Working Group Report 2017