Let me know if you are going. I’m going to go, too. We can grab lunch!
Register here: https://tdhca-psps-enviro-sf.eventbrite.com/
Join TDHCA’s Program Services Division for a Training Session focused on Environmental requirements for Single Family Housing Activities.
This is your chance to ask questions directly to the staff members working with you on these regulations, get a better understanding of how to incorporate the requirements into your timelines and avoid behaviors that could put your funding at risk.
Who Should ATTEND? •All new participants (HOME, CDBG, NSP, ESG) either locally or with TDHCA. •City, County and Non-profit Staff.

•Environmental and Administrative Professionals providing services to these programs.
Title:                Environmental Clearance Training for Single Family Housing Activities
Date:                Monday, September 16, 2013
Time:                8:00 AM – 5:00 PM CDT
Location:     William B. Travis Bldg., 1701 Congress Avenue, Room 1-100, Austin, Texas (between 17th and 18th Streets).
Parking:        http://www.sos.state.tx.us/about/forms/capitolcomplexparking.pdf
Paid Parking is available at the Bob Bullock Museum Underground Parking Garage as well as street parking surrounding the William B Travis (WBT) building, see the link above for a map.
Space is Limited so Reserve your seat now.
What can be expected in The environmental training session? •How does the Environmental Review Process impact the timing of Single Family Housing Activities?What are the risks if the Awardees or any of their partners close/ acquire land, or begin construction on any portion of the project regardless of funding source prior to environmental clearance?  ◦If not timed properly, the Environmental Clearance process will delay the ability to close on loans, acquire property, and begin construction of ANY portion of the project.
•Will locating in a Special Flood Hazard Area affect my project? How about noise? •Timelines and Format – New Required Format, submissions not following this format will be rejected. •Updated and new regulations that must be met to receive Environmental Clearance •Step by Step guidance on the tiering process, 8-step process and noise calculations •Steps to Streamline reviews and the environmental process •Common Stumbling Blocks.