****Community Development Statement ****
Coeur d’Alene Tribal Housing Authority – Intent to apply for ICDBG for Plummer Subagency Subdivision Development November 15, 2011. View CDAHA here
The mission of the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Housing Authority is to create opportunities to meet the housing needs of enrolled members of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe by:
- Maximizing the utilization of available resources to ensure services are provided in an efficient, professional, economical and timely manner;
- Forming and enhancing partnerships between the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Housing Authority and tribal, state, local and private entities; and
- Promotingself-sufficiency and improving the quality of life.
COEUR D’ALENE TRIBAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
1005 8TH Street
PO Box 267
Plummer, ID 83851
(208) 686-7051 (Fax)
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm
The Coeur d’Alene Tribe (CDT) maintains a centralized organizational framework supporting the provision of essential governmental services. The legislative branch of the Tribal Government is composed of a seven member Tribal Council who delegates authority to an Administrative Director for the overall management of the daily governmental activities. Separate entities have been established by the Tribe for areas in which the scope of services is broader, requires more specialized functions, or generates revenue through various sources including customer charges. The Coeur d’Alene Tribal Housing Authority (CDTHA) is such an entity.
In order to address the critical shortage of housing for the members of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, the CDTHA was organized pursuant to Coeur d’Alene Tribe Ordinance CDA 205(1963) and designated as the Tribally Designated Housing Entity (TDHE) by Resolution No. 98(1998) dated March 30, 1998. The Authority, as a subdivision of the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Government, exists as a legal nonprofit entity empowered to issue bonds, provide financing, and enter into contracts with the federal government and private groups for the purpose of planning, developing and implementing comprehensive housing assistance plans. It is also charged with the responsibility to administer, direct and manage all operations pertaining to the housing needs of Native people residing on the Coeur d’Alene Reservation.
The CDTHA maintains a centralized organization with an Executive Director being responsible for day-to-day operations involving the following departments
The Executive Director is responsible for overall direction and management of housing administration operations including human resources, procurement; accounting; housing development and management; planning; program/policy development; staff and Board development, needs assessment, financial management and analysis, fund raising, public relations, etc…
Facilities and Construction Services Department
The Facilities Construction Director is responsible for organizing and supervising the completion of all repair and modernization activities, including cost estimating, work write-ups, scheduling, physical needs assessments, and inspection for all CDHA work activities, including contracted activities. As well as, coordinates all activities needed to carry out all work order requests and all associated construction and rehab functions. Staff includes a Facilities Construction/Maintenance Director, Maintenance Coordinator, work order/scheduling clerk, cleaning crew, and temporary and regular construction and maintenance crew.
Housing Managment Department
Provides all property management functions including but not limited to oversight of all tenant issues; admissions and occupancy for rentals and other programs; interior and exterior inspections; recertification; monitoring of lease compliance, preparation of corrective action notices to residents, coordination of clean-ups; general tenant counseling;
Housing Counseling services department
Staff includes a Housing Counseling Manager and a Housing Counselor Trainee who plan, organize, and conduct homebuyer education classes for the community; provide prequalifying assistance, budgeting, credit counseling, and loan application assistance. Plans and implements activities designed to increase knowledge about the homebuying process, home maintenance, budget/credit and debt management.
Admissions and Occupancy
Collection / Eviction Policy
Criminal Background Check
Home Use Policy
Housing Counseling Resolution Policy