Community Development Block Grant

Community Development Block Grant Program
The federal Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 created the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program that is today administered by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
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Request for Proposals: 2019 Community Development Block Grant Funding for Public Services

On July 2, the City released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding for public services. Applications must be received by August 1, no later than 12:00 PM. Applications must be addressed to City of Citrus Heights, Housing and Grants Division, 6360 Fountain Square Drive, Citrus Heights. The City will host a workshop for prospective applicants on July 12 at 3:00 PM located at Citrus Heights City Hall.

If you are interested in applying for funds, click the link below to download the application.

2019 Community Development Block Grant Funding Application

The City anticipates the following schedule for reviewing submitted applications and determining funding awards.

2019 CDBG FUNDING TIMELINE

July 2, 2018

Release Request for Proposals for 2019 Community Development Block Grant Funds.

July 12, 2018

Funding Assistance Workshop from 3:00 PM-4:00 PM, City of Citrus Heights, 6360 Fountain Square Drive, Large Conference Room. (The workshop is optional).

August 1, 2018

Applications are due by 12:00 PM to Citrus Heights City Hall (6360 Fountains Square Drive).

September 27, 2018

City Council Meeting – draft Annual Action Plan considered, preliminary allocation of funds.

September 27 – November 8, 2018

Annual Action Plan public comment period.

November 8, 2018

City Council Meeting – final Annual Action Plan adoption and final allocation of funds.

Entitlement Community


The CDBG Program grants federal funds to state and local governments for a variety of housing and community development activities. The City receives CDBG funding as an Entitlement Community.  The national objectives of the program, administered nationally by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are to:
  • Provide decent housing,
  • Create a suitable living environment, and
  • Expand economic opportunities for low and moderate income people.

See the Planning documents below to learn more about the City's use of these funds.

Citizen Participation Plan for the Community Development Block Grant Program


The City is required as a recipient of HUD funds to have a detailed Citizen Participation Plan. This plan contains the City's policies and procedures for public involvement in the Consolidated Plan process for HUD funds.

View Citizen Participation Plan

Five-Year Consolidated Plan 


The Consolidated Plan is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in order for local jurisdictions to receive federal housing and community development funds under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding. This plan is for 2015-2019 and is updated every five years. 
 
View Consolidated Plan 
 

Annual Action Plan


The Action Plan describes the projects and programs the City will carry out to meet its goals over the course of the fiscal year. The Action Plan relates annual expenditures of the grant funds to the Five-Year Consolidated Plan.

2018 Action Plan 
2017 Action Plan
2016 Action Plan
2015 Action Plan
   

Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report


Each year, the City must prepare and publish a Consolidated Annual Performance  Evaluation Report (CAPER). This report documents the city's performance against the annual goals of the Action Plan and the Five-Year Consolidated Plan.

 2017 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report                                2016 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report 
 2015 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report 

Accessibility Requests


Persons interested in participating in the annual CDBG planning process or who wish to apply for CDBG funding who may require accessibility assistance should contact the city at least five business days prior to a meeting date to allow the city time to make the arrangements. All meetings are held in an accessible structure. Accessibility assistance examples include:

  • Persons with limited English language proficiency and require an interpreter
  • Persons who require an American Sign Language interpreter