HUD To Extend Public Comment Period By 2 Weeks Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Proposed Rule
HUD enforces the Fair Housing rule by extending the Public comment period by 14 days to bring improvements in its proposed rule.
Washington- Department of Housing and Urban Development is extending its public comment date for its Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Proposed rule by 14 days to April 24, 2023. HUD has also submitted a notice to the Federal Register regarding the same.
Upon publishing its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, HUD provided a 60 days period for public comments. This proposed rule meets President Biden’s call to enforce the Fair Housing Act. The Fair Housing Act aims to eliminate discrimination happening in housing and create opportunities in communities where every resident can thrive.
Numerous people who are interested in reviewing the rule and providing comments have provided feedback to HUD. Consequently, HUD has extended the public comment period to 14 days due to so many requests. Still, HUD is inviting interested parties and the public to submit their comments and views for making improvements in HUD’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.
You can submit comments electronically or through the methods outlined in the proposed rule.
Last Updated: September 20, 2021