OEE is responsible for oversight of the HUD’s compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) through the environmental review process for HUD-funded programs and projects. An environmental review is the process of reviewing a project and its potential environmental impacts to determine whether it meets federal, state, and local environmental standards. The environmental review process is required for all HUD-assisted projects to ensure that the proposed project does not negatively impact the surrounding environment and that the property site itself will not have an adverse environmental or health effect on end users. Not every project is subject to a full environmental review (i.e., every project's environmental impact must be examined, but the extent of this examination varies), but every project must be in compliance with NEPA and other related Federal and state environmental laws.
- Environmental Staff
- Forms, Formats & Sample Notices
- Laws, Regulations, & Worksheets - learn about the environmental requirements covered by related federal laws and authorities referenced in HUD Regulations at 24 CFR 50.4, 58.5, and 58.6.
- Memos & Guidebooks
- Environmental Review
Content current as of November 16, 2021