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


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.