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. The following summary of the CDBG Program is intended to highlight major program requirements and considerations.
Program Year 2021, Fiscal Year 2022 Projects
The following does not include all projects and services funded by the City's CDBG budget, for a more comprehensive list of funding, please refer to the annual action plan at the bottom of the page.
|PY22 AAP DRAFT PDF - 05-16-2022||ViewDownload|
|Funding Workshop PY22 NOTICE english DOCX - 02-01-2022||ViewDownload|
|Funding Workshop PY22 NOTICE spanish DOCX - 02-01-2022||ViewDownload|
|Funding Application EXTERNAL PY2022 FY2023 DOCX - 02-01-2022||ViewDownload|
|UFAS Accessibility Checklist PDF - 11-09-2021||ViewDownload|
|CPD Notice 16-02 Maintenance vs. Rehabilitation - PF or PS PDF - 10-28-2021||ViewDownload|
|CDBG-Self-Certification-Form DOCX - 10-28-2021||ViewDownload|
|PY21 AAP 06032021 cc DOCX - 10-14-2021||ViewDownload|
|PY21 AAP AMENDMENT pending cc 11182021 DOCX - 10-14-2021||ViewDownload|
|St. George Citizen Participation Plan 10142021 DOCX - 10-14-2021||ViewDownload|
|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
|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
|ConPlan 2019-2023 CV-3 Substantial Amendment
Substantial amendment to the 2019-2023 ConPlan pending approval July 01, 2021.
PDF - 05-26-2021
|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
|Analysis of Impediments St. George 2019 AI Final 5.24.19 Each jurisdiction receiving HUD funds is required to submit a certification that it will affirmatively further fair housing. This means that it will conduct an analysis of impediments to fair housing choice within the jurisdiction, take appropriate actions to overcome the effects of any impediments identified through that analysis, and maintain records reflecting the analysis and actions in this regard.
PDF - 04-06-2021
|2019-2023 ConPlan The Consolidated Plan is designed to help states and local jurisdictions to assess their affordable housing and community development needs and market conditions, and to make data-driven, place-based investment decisions.
DOCX - 05-06-2019
|ConPlan 2019-2023 CV-1 Substantial Amendment 07.2020 Substantial amendment to the 2019-2023 ConPlan approved in July of 2020.
PDF - 06-03-2020
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