THDA Public Notice and Comment

Notice of Public Hearing for THDA’s Proposed Issuance of Bonds

Notice is hereby given of the intent of the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (“THDA”) to hold a public hearing on THDA’s proposed issuance of tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds or notes, in one or more series, on one or more dates, including a plan of finance therefor, in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $350 million to make monies available to finance single family homes located in the State of Tennessee for qualified families and to refund certain previously issued bonds of THDA. The hearing will be held by conference call at 11:00 AM CDT, January 19, 2024, using THDA’s toll-free number: 1-888-727-6537. Persons wishing to make oral comments should notify THDA by email to no later than 4:30 PM CDT, January 13, 2024, of their intention. Oral comments are limited to three minutes; however, written comments will be accepted and included in the record of the public hearing. Written comments should be emailed to no later than 4:30 PM CDT, January 16, 2024. Any individual who needs special assistance in order to participate in this public hearing should notify THDA by email to or calling the Legal number at 615-815-2028, and leaving a voice message no later than by 4:30 PM CDT, January 13, 2024. Notice posted on January 11, 2024.

Now Accepting Public Comments on a Substantial Amendment for CDBG-CV Funding in the 2019 - 2020 Annual Action Plan

The Tennessee Economic and Community Development (ECD) Agency and the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA), on behalf of the State of Tennessee, are seeking comments on a proposed substantial amendment to the 2019 – 20 Annual Action Plan. The State of Tennessee previously received approximately $53 million in special funding for the Community Development Block Grant program to respond to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The proposed substantial amendment redistributes $15,587,000 of this funding from previous goals of business support and broadband access to a new goal of parks and outdoor space improvement and the existing goals of addressing food insecurity and childcare assistance.

The substantial amendment will be available for review and comment from October 16 - November 15, 2023 during the formal public comment period.

Read a summary of the substantial amendment.
Read the full substantial amendment.
Comment on the substantial amendment.

The details of the public meeting are here:

Monday, November 13, 2023, 10:00 – 11:00 AM CST
Tennessee Tower, 312 Rosa L Parks Avenue, Nashville, TN 37207
Nashville Room on the third floor

The building is ADA accessible with ground-level entry on the second floor.

Additionally, participants can join the public meeting virtually here.

Microsoft Teams Meeting ID: 267 871 271 045
Phone number: +1 469-998-6047
Phone Conference ID: 565 455 962#

*Note: The Annual Action Plan details how funds are utilized to support a variety of housing and community development programs and projects throughout Tennessee, primarily for the benefit of low- and moderate-income households. As a recipient of these funds, the State is required to prepare and submit an Annual Action Plan each year. When funding goals change in previous years’ plans, the State gives the public a formal opportunity to give input.

For questions and accommodations, contact Amara Mattingly at


La Agencia de Desarrollo Económico y Comunitario de Tennessee (ECD) y la Agencia de Desarrollo de Vivienda de Tennessee (THDA), en nombre del Estado de Tennessee, solicitan comentarios sobre una enmienda sustancial propuesta al Plan de Acción Anual 2019-20. El Estado de Tennessee recibió anteriormente aproximadamente $53 millones en fondos especiales para el programa de Subsidio en Bloque para Desarrollo Comunitario en respuesta a los impactos de la pandemia de COVID-19. La enmienda sustancial propuesta redistribuye $15,587,000 de estos fondos de los objetivos anteriores de apoyo a las empresas y acceso a banda ancha a un nuevo objetivo de mejora de parques y espacios exteriores y los objetivos existentes de resolución de la inseguridad alimentaria y asistencia para cuidados infantiles.

La enmienda sustancial estará disponible para su revisión y comentarios del 16 de octubre al 15 de noviembre de 2023 durante el periodo formal de comentarios públicos.

Resumen de la enmienda sustancial.

Los detalles de la reunión pública están aquí:

lunes, 13 de noviembre de 2023, 10:00 – 11:00 AM CST
Tennessee Tower, 312 Rosa L Parks Avenue, Nashville, TN 37207
Nashville Room localizado en el tercer piso

El edificio cuenta con accesibilidad ADA, con entrada a nivel terrestre en el segundo piso.Además, los participantes pueden asistir virtualmente a la reunión pública mediante este enlace.

Microsoft Teams Reunión: 267 871 271 045
Teléfono: +1 469-998-6047
Teléfono Número de reunión: 565 455 962#

*Nota: El Plan de Acción Anual detalla cómo se utilizan los fondos para apoyar una variedad de programas y proyectos de vivienda y desarrollo comunitario en todo Tennessee, principalmente en beneficio de los hogares de ingresos bajos y moderados. Como receptor de estos fondos, el Estado está obligado a preparar y presentar un Plan de Acción Anual cada año. Cuando los objetivos de financiación cambian en los planes de años anteriores, el Estado da al público una oportunidad formal de dar su opinión.

Si tiene preguntas o desea hacer alguna pregunta, comuníquese con Amara Mattingly en

Homeowner Assistance Fund Program - TNHAF

The Homeowners Assistance Fund was established under Section 3206 of The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. The combined assistance provided under the HAF program is $9.9 billion to be administered to states, territories and tribal governments. Of that amount the state of Tennessee was allocated $168,239,035. With approval provided by the office of the Governor, the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) will administer the HAF funds to those eligible homeowners experiencing a financial hardship related to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) is a State agency that was established by the Tennessee General Assembly in 1973 (TCA 13-23-120). THDA is committed to the belief that housing is a basic human need that has profound impacts, both social and economic, on individuals and communities. Safe, sound, affordable housing is essential to a healthy household, educational achievement, successful employment, and the stability and safety of the neighborhood. THDA has a broad portfolio of housing assistance programs and continues to vigorously develop a network of industry and municipal partners for their delivery.

On April 14, 2021 the US Department of Treasury sent out the Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) Guidance. THDA staff will be following this guidance in preparing the HAF program proposal, the TNHAF Plan, to be submitted to the U.S. Department of Treasury for approval by August 21, 2021. The TNHAF plan will be made available to mitigate financial hardships associated with the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) to assist in preventing mortgage delinquencies, foreclosures, defaults and other related housing expenses. Eligibility will be determined based on the TNHAF Program Guidelines.

Upon approval by the U.S. Treasury of the TNHAF program plan, funds will be provided by the U.S. Treasury and the program will be open for applications. TNHAF homeowner application process will be provided through a digital platform accessible through desktops, laptops and hand held devices. If you are a homeowner that may need some assistance please visit to submit your email to be notified of the application start date.

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