Whereas, the primary goal of the Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant Program is to: Assist in the development of a viable community by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment principally for persons of low- and moderate-income, and also to assist in providing expanded economic development opportunities. Maximum priority is to be given to activities benefiting low- and moderate-income persons, or aiding in the prevention or elimination of slums and blight, or to meet other Community Development needs having a particular urgency.
- CDBG Program National Objectives
- CAPER FY23 (Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report) Draft
- HOME Program Eligible Home-Funded Activities
- FY19-23 Five Year Consolidated Plan
- The amended Community Development 2019-2023 Five-Year Consolidated Plan and revised Citizen Participation Plan are available for review (revisions will be highlighted) by clicking here.
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Program funds for FY2025
The City of Waterloo, acting through its Community Development Board, is now accepting proposals for the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Program funds for FY2025 via an on-line process. The deadline to submit the application was Friday December 29, 2023 at noon.
Interested parties may include, but are not limited to non-profit agencies, non-profit developers, for profit developers, public facilities, and other public entries. Examples of eligible services include:
- Employment Services
- Crime Prevention and Public Safety
- Child Care
- Health Services
- Substance Abuse Services
- Fair Housing Counseling
- Education Programs
- Energy Conservation
- Service for Senior Citizens
- Services for Homeless Persons
- Welfare Services
- Down Payment Assistance
- Recreational Services
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