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Redevelopment is an important function of CHRC in the improvement of local neighborhoods and the community's quality of life.

The CHRC was approved to perform redevelopment and urban renewal activities by the Columbia City Council on July 16, 2009. 

Funding for low-income housing is provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Federal and City funding through Community Development Block Grants provides the financial base for neighborhood improvement programs. CHRC's revitalization programs are also funded by various state and city funds and through partnerships with local lenders.

CHRC is building a strong alliance of elected officials, developers, contractors, social agencies, and interested citizens to truly make a difference in the community we serve.

Under the Executive Director's leadership, CHRC strives to provide services and programs reflective of the agency's commitment to residents, neighborhood revitalization, and economic development. CHRC also incorporates the latest technology to operate efficiently and exceed customer expectations.

The following images are from some of our completed Redevelopment Projects:

Angled front view of a single story home with trees in the background. Front view of a single story home with trees and the sky in the background. Angled front view of a single story home with trees and clouds in the background.