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Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program is administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and provides federal funding to perform a variety of community development and housing activities in all states, qualifying counties, and in all “entitled” cities (those with a population of at least 50,000 people). The amount of money granted to a city is determined on an annual basis by a HUD formula. 

CDBG Resource Documents

UFAS Accessibility Checklist PDF - 11-09-2021 View Download
CPD Notice 16-02 Maintenance vs. Rehabilitation - PF or PS PDF - 10-28-2021 View Download
CDBG-Self-Certification-Form DOCX - 10-28-2021 Download
Basically CDBG Manual 05.27.2021 Basically CDBG Manual (downloaded 05/27/2021).  Please note the best resource for CDBG training is on the HUD Exchange.  The Basically CDBG Manual can be found here:  https://www.hudexchange.info/resource/19/basically-cdbg-training-guidebook-and-slides/
PDF - 05-27-2021
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CDBG Guide to National Objectives CDBG Guide to National Objectives and Eligible Activities for Entitlement Communities (downloaded 05/27/2021). Please note the best resource for CDBG training is on the HUD Exchange.  This guide can be found here:  https://files.hudexchange.info/resources/documents/CDBG_Guide_National_Objectives_Eligible_Activities.pdf
PDF - 05-27-2021
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Matrix-Code-Definitions Matrix codes are used to indicate—but do not establish—activity eligibility. An activity must be eligible in accordance with the regulations at 24 CFR 570.201 – 570.207.  Grantees need to refer to the regulations to determine an activity’s eligibility; the codes defined below are used in IDIS On-Line chiefly to categorize activities for reporting purposes. Note that the matrix code must also correlate with a national objective.  
PDF - 04-06-2021
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CDBG Plans

2019-2023 Consolidated Plan revision 2 DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
2020 AAP DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
2021 AAP DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
2022 AAP DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
2023 AAP DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
2019 CAPER DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
2020 CAPER DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
2021 CAPER DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
2022 CAPER DRAFT DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download
Analysis of Impediments St. George 2019 PDF - 08-30-2023 View Download
Citizen Participation Plan DOCX - 08-30-2023 Download

Project Highlights

Clearance/Demolition - 100 West St. George Blvd

Recreation Center Basketball Court Flooring

Vernon Worthen Park Pavilion

Sandtown Park Restrooms

2450 East Park Playground

Non Profit Subrecipients

Fair Housing

The Fair Housing Act was enacted on April 11, 1968.  The Act prohibits discrimination in housing because of: race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation), familial status, or disability. For more information regarding this Act, please visit HUD's website here.

Fair housing complaints can be filed with the Utah Antidiscrimination and Labor Division here or with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development here