Community Development Block Grant

Funding


The City's CDBG Program is funded through federal entitlement funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. CDBG funds must be used to benefit low and moderate-income families. The CDBG Program operates in two-year funding cycles. FY 2019-2020 is the second year of the present cycle. 
 


FY 2020-2022 CDBG Entitlement Funding


The City anticipates an entitlement funding of $1,691,548 in CDBG funding for FY 2020-2021 and $1,522,393 for FY 2021-2022.  The Citizens' Advisory Committee and Staff completed the funding process and presented their recommendations to City Council, who provided their approval.

Draft FY 2020-2024 ConPlan and FY 2020 Action Plan for Review

The City of Fremont is a member of the Alameda County HOME Consortium with the County as the lead agency for HOME funds. HOME funds are dedicated to housing activities that meet local housing needs.

To receive funds, a grantee must develop a 5-year Consolidated Plan, for affordable housing and community development activities. The City of Fremont has developed the 5-year Strategic Plan for Fremont, to be included as part of the Consolidated Plan.

The City of Fremont is the Lead Agency for the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The FY 2020 Action Plan outlines the implementation of 2020 funding, which is developed through significant public input, analyses, and planning.

Please review the draft Consolidated Plan and Action Plan and provide your comments or questions to Shanti Jeyakumar at sjeyakumar@fremont.gov by Friday, June 19, 2020. 

       

CDBG Funded Housing Rehabilitation Program

 

Apartments