Community Development Block Grant


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 2017-18 is the second year of this present cycle.

FY 2018-2020 CDBG Funding Process

FY 2018-2020 funding process with begin in December 2017.  For more information, please see Notice of Funding Availability

Eligible Projects

    • Housing rehabilitation program: Targeted at providing financial assistance for qualified low-income residents to maintain their homes in a safe and habitable condition.
    • Capital projects: Designed to specifically support public facility (and housing in limited cases) acquisition, pre-development, construction, and rehabilitation projects.
    • Housing related public service projects: Targeted at continuing the City’s effort in promoting fair, affordable and accessible housing.
    • Micro-enterprise projects: Targeted at enhancing the City’s efforts in promoting family economic success and self-sufficiency

  • CDBG Funded Housing Rehabilitation Programs:
  • Other CDBG Funded projects.   Read on ...