Please see the following approved, public CHA plans, reports and policies that are available for download. Documents that are currently out for public comment can be found here.
MTW Annual Plans
The MTW Annual Plan is based on HUD reporting requirements outlined in Form 50900 (Attachment B of the MTW Agreement). The MTW Annual Plan requires a public comment process and is due to HUD 75 days prior to the start of the upcoming fiscal year. The annual plan includes required information on planned operations and activities for the fiscal year, including proposed new MTW activities that require HUD approval for the upcoming fiscal year.
MTW Annual Reports
The MTW Annual Report is also based on requirements outlined in Form 50900 (Attachment B of the MTW Agreement) and is due to HUD 90 days after the start of the next fiscal year. The annual report includes information on actual activities during the fiscal year, including operations and activities that require the use of MTW flexibilities.
CHA Moving to Work Agreement
Public Housing Resident Policies & Procedures
HCV Resident Policies & Procedures
Other Reports and Documents
PLAN FOR TRANSFORMATION INDEPENDENT RESEARCH AND REPORTS
- Lessons From Chicago's Public Housing Transformation
- Study Finds Moving to Low-Poverty Neighborhoods Leads to Greater Well-Being
- Exploring the Culture of Mixed-Income Housing
- Public Housing Transformation and Crime in Atlanta and Chicago
- Movements of Chicago's Public Housing Residents Providing Mixed Results
- Many Vulnerable Chicago Public Housing Residents Enjoy Better Health, Housing, and Employment, but Youth Still Distressed
- Opportunity Chicago Helps 5000 CHA Residents Find Jobs
- Chicago's Public Housing Transformation
- Former Residents of Chicago’s Madden/Wells Public Housing Now Live in Better Housing, Safer Neighborhoods