- Not familiar with the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, as amended (URA)?
- New to administering HUD funded projects?
- Want to improve your URA knowledge?
This training is for you!
For all projects that receive federal funding for the acquisition, rehabilitation, or demolition of real property, URA provides important protections and assistance for people affected by those activities.
This training describes the URA minimum standards for all federally-funded projects that acquire property or displace persons from their homes, businesses, or farms.
- Modules 1 and 2 are intended to provide a basic overview of the topics.
- Modules 3 through 8 provide greater technical training on the topics.
Note: Not all modules are currently available but will be announced in the coming months.
Module 1: URA Overview
This module provides a basic overview of URA requirements for HUD programs and projects. It provides a brief history on the URA's purpose and objectives, URA highlights, and helpful information for users to recognize when HUD funded projects may be subject to URA requirements.
*New* Module 7: Temporary Relocation
Temporary relocation due to acquisition, rehabilitation, or demolition for a federally-funded project is subject to the URA.
- Identify HUD requirements for temporary relocation
- Differentiate between temporary relocation and permanent displacement
- Identify the Notice requirements
- Recognize the impact of temporary relocation on households and businesses
- Identify Agency's responsibility for providing advisory services
- Describe eligible reimbursable expenses