Community Development Block Grant


 

Volunteers performing improvements to a senior's homeThe City of Yuma receives Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding from HUD annually. Funds are used by the city and non-profit organizations for housing activities, public services, code enforcement, economic development, and other activities that improve living conditions for
low-and-moderate income people. Activities funded must be eligible under the CDBG Program, meet a national objective, and address priorities outlined in the 2016-2020 Consolidated Plan.

Each year, with citizen participation, the City develops and submits Annual Action Plans and Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Reports (CAPER) to HUD. 

CDBG Project

 PLANS AND REPORTS:

Nonprofit organizations can submit a CDBG application for eligible activities during an annual application cycle that usually begins in December or January. Please call (928) 373-5187 for more information.  

Neighborhood Services is responsible for ensuring that all CDBG-funded activities meet federal requirements. The City's CDBG Subrecipient Monitoring Checklist includes references from the Code of Federal Regulations. This checklist will be used for on-site monitoring of CDBG Subrecipients.