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LB403
Effect of Enactment of Nebraska Legislative Bill 403 on Community Development Programs – Effective October 1, 2009, LB 403, most of which was codified in Neb. Rev. Stat. §§4-108 through 4-114, requires verification of lawful presence in the United States for certain public benefits and when contracting with public bodies.
  • Link to Neb. Rev. Stat. §§4-108 through 4-114 nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/browse-chapters.php?chapter=4
  • Implementation Information www.das.state.ne.us
  • Link to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services www.uscis.gov
These new statutory provisions have resulted in the addition of language to CDBG, HOME, NAHTF, and other community development program contracts.
  • Contracts involving public benefits (primarily contracts involving housing activities) will include the following language: Verification of Lawful Presence for Public Benefits Eligibility .doc or .pdf
    • Nebraska Attestation Form www.das.state.ne.us/lb403/attestation_form.pdf
  • All contracts will include the following language: Verification of Work Eligibility Status for New Employees .doc or .pdf
Public Benefits Summary Reporting form for CDBG, HOME, and NAHTF Projects .doc or .pdf

E-Verify
Beginning Sept. 8, 2009 all Federal Contractors Required to Use E-Verify

Economic Development (ED) Program Income
  • Report ending 06/30/16
  • Report ending 12/31/15
  • Report ending 06/30/15
  • Archive .zip
Housing Program Income
  • Report ending 6/30/13
  • Report ending 12/31/12
  • Archive .zip

Economic Development (ED) Program Income/Reuse/RLF
  • CDBG ED Program Income RLF Monitoring Checklist .doc
  • CDBG Reuse Plan Requirements .doc or .pdf
  • Discontinuing a Local CDBG ED RLF .pdf
  • Local CDBG ED RLF ERR Policy .pdf
  • Local CDBG ED RLF Policy and Guidance Memo .pdf
Nebraska Fair Housing Strategy

The State of Nebraska, in compliance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Consolidated Plan Final Rule (24 CFR Part 91, et al) is required to develop a fair housing plan for the non-entitlement parts of the state; the Consolidated Plan also requires that this plan be reviewed under the citizen participation process. The purpose of the plan is to foster a careful examination on a statewide basis those factors which restrict or preclude fair housing choice.

HUD’s definition of “fair housing choice” means the ability of persons, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, or national origin, of similar income to have available to them the same housing choices.
  • 2011 Fair Housing Study-Analysis of Impediments (AI) to Fair Housing Choice PowerPoint in PDF
  • 2011 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice Final, Volume I in PDF (12.7 MB)
  • 2011 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice Final, Volume II (Technical Appendix) in PDF (1.08 MB)
  • 2005 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice .pdf
  • 2005 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice .doc
  • Nebraska Fair Housing Strategy (1997-2000) .pdf
  • Nebraska Fair Housing Strategy (1997-2000) .doc
  • 2004 Fair Housing Forum Presentation .pdf
Resource Directory
  • 2014 Foundation Resource Directory
  • 2013 Foundation Resource Directory - This publication provides information on foundations. It is intended for your use to gain knowledge of funding resources for organizations and projects serving children, youth, families and their community.
  • 2011 Nebraska Resource Directory - The Nebraska Grant Resource Directory describes resources that can make state or federal grant funds available to communities and community coalitions.

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