Community Development Block Grant Program
2014-15 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. It also serves as the budget document and includes information on how the City will meet the needs of special populations. Comments on the Action Plan are welcome through May 14, 2014.
2012-13 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report
2013-14 Action Plan Amendment #1
2013-2018 CDBG Consolidated Plan and 2013-14 CDBG Action 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). The overall goal of the CDBG program is to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing, providing a suitable living environment, and expanding economic opportunities.
City of Elk Grove Public Hearing
2013-2018 CDBG Consolidated Plan Priorities and 2013-14 CDBG-Funded Activities
The purpose of this public hearing is to consider priorities and activities for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The 2013‐18 Consolidated Plan willset forth goals and strategiesrelated to the City’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding over a five‐year period, during which the City expects to receive approximately $3.5million.
City of Elk Grove Planning Process and Grant Opportunities
FY 2013-14 Community Development Block Grant and Community Service Grant
The City of Elk Grove is beginning its grant planning and application process for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Community Service Grant (CSG) programs in the 2013-14 fiscal year.
2012-13 Fiscal Year
The City of Elk Grove prepares an annual Action Plan to describe planned CDBG activities and expenditures. In the 2012-13 fiscal year, the City anticipates receiving $680,230 in new CDBG funding and reallocating $107,500 in prior-year funding. The City plans to use these funds for housing programs, public improvements, public services, and planning and administration.
Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)
The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is the annual report on the use of CDBG funds and progress toward meeting CDBG goals in the prior fiscal year. The report is due to HUD each year on September 30. A 15-day public comment period is held each year, usually in September.
2010-11 CAPER (Adopted)
CDBG 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. It also serves as the budget document and includes information on how the City will meet the needs of special populations.
2012-13 Action Plan
2011-12 Action Plan
2011-12 Action Plan Amendment #1
2011-12 Action Plan Amendment #2
2011-12 Action Plan Amendment #3 – Public Review Draft
2011-12 Action Plan Amendment #3 – Public Notice
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) General Information
The City of Elk Grove became an entitlement jurisdiction in 2003 and will receive federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds directly from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The United States Congress established the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program in 1974. 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 principally for low and moderate income people.
In order to receive these funds, the City must prepare Consolidated Plan documents, which are reviewed by HUD. The Consolidated Plan documents include:
- Consolidated Plan
- Annual Action Plan
- Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)
- Citizen Participation Plan
- Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI)
The Consolidated Plan is the guiding document for the City’s Community Development Block Grant Program. The Consolidated Plan is typically a five-year plan designed to identify and address the needs of individuals and households that earn less than 80 percent of the area median income (AMI). This group is referred to as the target income group in Consolidated Plan documents. The Plan is also designed to address the needs of areas in Elk Grove, where there is a higher concentration of target income households. These areas are referred to as CDBG Target Areas. The Consolidated Plan is the guiding document for the City’s CDBG Program.
The Action Plan is an annual plan, which implements the Consolidated Plan each year. It identifies how CDBG funds will be used that year and how those uses correspond to the overall the objectives in the Consolidated Plan.
The City of Elk Grove encourages citizen participation. The Citizen Participation Plan identifies the City’s efforts and policies designed to involve residents, special needs groups, service providers, and especially target income residents in the CBDG program and the development of Consolidated Plan documents.
As a recipient of federal housing and community development funds, the City of Elk Grove is required to conduct an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI) and to periodically review that analysis and update it as necessary. The last AI relevant to Elk Grove was conducted by Sacramento County in 2004. The AI is one of the several ways in which a grantee must meet its obligation to affirmatively further fair housing. This obligation applies to the City of Elk Grove as a recipient of federal CDBG funds.
The analysis summarizes the state of fair housing and the conditions which might affect the ability of a household to access the housing of its choice. This analysis is organized into several sections providing an introduction to the document, a review of the previous analysis, information on the character of the community, and housing market trends. It then has several sections that discuss specific elements of fair housing choice. It concludes with a summary analysis and the identification of impediments to fair housing choice with recommended actions to address them.
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