Hunter Fillers
Housing Program Manager
Public Comment

CPRC believes that every individual in our region should have access to safe and affordable housing.

Our team collaborates with local governments, developers, and non-profits to preserve, improve, and construct high-quality and affordable housing. Our goal is to work alongside communities at various stages of their housing efforts to meet their specific needs.

We provide a range of services, including education, technical assistance, facilitation, research and data analysis, and fund administration. In addition, CPRC administers funding from the NC Housing Finance Agency for home repair in Durham, Chatham, Lee, Harnett, and Wake counties.

Current Priorities
  • Assist local governments with contracted projects, funding administration, and data requests.
  • Support other CPRC programs by providing data, research, and best practices around housing as it relates to their project needs.
  • Support nonprofit partners and community groups in their advocacy and service provision as it relates to housing needs within their communities.
  • Communicate information about the housing programs’ services and resources to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Support a regional approach or initiative to housing affordability.
Common Assistance Requests

CPRC is available to provide technical assistance and expertise to address your local housing issues, and the many challenges that persist across the region. Our most common requests for technical work are:

  • Housing Needs Assessments
  • Policy Review & Development
  • Opportunity Sites Analyses
  • Affordable Housing Inventories
  • Presentations & Discussion Facilitation
  • Grant Writing
  • Funding Administration
PRICE Grant Application

Central Pines Regional Council is applying for the HUD PRICE grant and will held a public hearing for input from residents. The Preservation and Reinvestment Initiative for Community Enhancement is a competitive grant program administered by HUD. PRICE seeks to preserve long-term housing affordability for residents of manufactured housing and to primarily benefit low-and moderate-income (LMI) residents through home repairs and other benefits.

Public Hearing Details

Central Pines Regional Council hosted a public hearing to receive comments on their Preservation and Reinvestment Initiative for Community Enhancement (PRICE) competitive grant application, administered by HUD. 

The public hearing was held at 4307 Emperor Blvd, Durham, NC 27703 between 6 and 8 p.m on May 22nd.