Community Development

Pasco County Community Development is seeking interested non-profits and affordable housing developers that may be interested in partnering with Community Development in the purchase and development of an affordable housing project. The potential site is located near the intersection of S.R. 54 and Grand Blvd. in Holiday. Interested organizations are invited to “walk the site” with Community Development staff and ask questions.  

Organizations should have the development experience and capacity to operate the project from the time of purchase to occupancy of residents. The project is expected to contain multi-family units with an emphasis on one bedroom/1 bath units through any or all of the following options:

  • Demolition and reconstruction
  • Renovation and rehabilitation of existing buildings  

The project will be funded in part through the use of State or Federal funding sources. Other funding sources may be considered. Occupancy will include but not limited to persons experiencing homelessness with referrals coming from the By Name List maintained by the Coalition for the Homeless of Pasco County.

Community Development has reserved Friday September 9, 2022, from 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM for interested parties to visit the site. Please contact Jeff McKittrick with Community Development at (727) 834-3447 Ext 2316 or to confirm.

Legal Notice: Notice of Public Hearing of the Pasco County Community Development Department

Pasco County Community Development will hold a Review Committee meeting for HOME-ARP Applications at our offices, located at 8610 Galen Wilson Blvd. Port Richey, FL, on Wednesday August 3, 2022 at 2:00 PM.  For questions or more information please contact Jeff McKittrick at or 727-834-3447 ext. 2316

Please see our Action Plan here: 2022-2023 Action Plan Draft

To make sure you are kept up to date on the latest information regarding this and other Community Development programs, please visit our website and sign up for Notify Me.

Pasco County Community Development has been awarded $4,455,673 in HOME-ARP funds.  These funds may be used for Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA), development and support of affordable housing, supportive services, and acquisition or development of non-congregate shelter. 

Eligible populations include homeless individuals or families, those at risk of homelessness, those fleeing or attempting to flee domestic violence or human trafficking, other qualifying populations where supportive services would prevent homelessness.

Further information about the HOME-ARP plan can be obtained by contacting Jeff McKittrick at (727) 834-3447 or

Home-ARP-Allocation Plan Draft Document pdf

FY 2023 Grant kick off pdf presentation

Pasco County Community Development has opened the Down Payment Assistance (DPA) program effective October 1, 2021 

Realtors will need to sign a letter of understanding to participate in the DPA program. Realtors working with a potential homebuyer can reach out to Mari Thieryung at for the letter of understanding.

All interested homebuyers will need to contact Suncoast Housing Connections (Tampa Bay Community Development Corporation) to attend a Home Buyer Education Class.  Homebuyers must work with a Community Development approved lender. 

All interested Lenders will need to contact Mari Thieryung at to sign up for training 

Contractors & Subcontractors Wanted

Community Development is seeking certified & registered contractors to provide major system replacement and/or repairs to single-family homes financed through the County’s respective Affordable Housing Programs.

To see how you can participate, please read the Contractor Flyer. 

What We Do

Mission: Improving the lives of Pasco’s citizens through homeless initiatives, neighborhood revitalization, affordable housing and community partnerships using state and federal funding.

Annually, we receive State and Federal Funding to assist the very low to moderate income citizens of Pasco County. Some of our activities include:

  • Neighborhood Revitalization 
  • Homebuyer Programs 
  • Homeowner Rehabilitation 
  • Not-for-profit Agency Housing Development 
  • Homelessness Initiatives 
  • Funding Public Services