Community Development & Housing
The City of High Point's Community Development and Housing Department (CD&H) is committed to providing its customers the highest level of service and a broad range of opportunities. Recognizing that neighborhoods cannot be strengthened simply with "sticks and bricks," the Department implements a diverse but coordinated mixture of programs ranging from affordable housing activities to public services for neighborhood improvement to community capacity-building.
CD&H is responsible for program administration, implementation, monitoring, compliance and evaluation of activities and projects funded, primarily through the U. S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). Annually, the City of High Point receives federal funding through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Act (HOME) programs to carry out activities benefiting the citizens of High Point.
2022 Annual Action Plan Substantial Amendment Draft - Walnut Ridge Apartments: Click Here
(Public Review and Comment Period November 3-December 4, 2023)
Comments may be submitted below under Community Voice, or as indicated in the draft document.
Improve, conserve and increase the supply of decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing for low and moderate-income households in the City of High Point.
Improve the living conditions and support services for persons and families experiencing homelessness and those who are at risk of becoming homeless
Improve the living conditions, quality of life, and community facilities in the City of High Point
Owner-occupied Housing Rehab Program
**Until further notice, the Community Development and Housing Department has temporarily suspended intake of new applications for the Homeowner Rehabilitation Assistance Program. Please check back periodically to see when the application portal will reopen.