Welcome to the Quad Cities Fair Housing Plan


What  types of housing are available in your community?  Does your  neighborhood have access to good schools, jobs, healthcare, and other  essential resources?


The  Cities of Davenport, Moline, and Rock Island are working together on a plan to expand fair access to  housing and neighborhood opportunity in the community. The plan will  identify any barriers to housing choice due to race, ethnicity, national  origin, religion, sex, disability, or whether a household has children.  It will also look at segregation, poverty, and housing needs in the  cities and the region as a whole.

The  community's opinions and perceptions are an important part of this  study, and everyone is invited to participate. In the plan, the project team will outline strategies to improve fair  housing over the next five years. Your input will provide essential  information to local policymakers, staff, housing providers, lenders,  and fair housing advocates.  

This  fair housing plan is called an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing  Choice, or AI. It is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and  Urban Development (HUD) for cities, counties, and public housing  authorities that receive funds from HUD for affordable housing and  community development activities.