COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
  (CDBG) PROGRAM
2014-15 NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY
NOFA PACKET
CDBG Public Services Application
CDBG Capital Services Application
HOME Application
INFORMATION:
Federal Guidelines for Eligibility
Local Criteria for Public Services
Subrecipient Training
"Playing By The Rules"
A Handbook for CDBG Subrecipients
OMB Circulars
Performance Measure Guidelines
Monitoring Program Checklist
Monitoring Financial Checklist
Request for Payment Form
Word Document
Template of Time and Attendance Record
Excel Document
Income Limits
Exhibit "A" Statement of Work
Exhibit "B" Quarterly Report Form
Exhibit "C" Final Narrative Report
Client Intake Form
Word Document
Performance Measures
Summary of Expenditures
Priorities for Fiscal Year 2014-15

CDBG/HOME Programs
Consolidated Plan Priorities for Fiscal Years 2010-15

Priorities for Fiscal Year 2013-14

The CDBG Entitlement Program, established in 1974 and administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), provides metropolitan cities and urban counties with funds to assist in achieving their goals of neighborhood revitalization, economic development, improved community facilities, prevention and elimination of slums, and assistance to low and moderate-income persons. An appropriation amount is determined by a statutory formula which uses measurements of need. The City of Santa Maria has been participating as an entitlement city under this program since its inception and receives a yearly grant.

For Fiscal Year 2013-14, the City allocated $1,460,128 in CDBG funds, $15,000 in program income under its revolving loan fund programs, and an additional $510 in Fiscal Year 2012-13 CDBG program income for public services. The total amount of CDBG resources available for distribution is $1,339,618. The activities proposed to be undertaken and funded with these CDBG monies are listed below:

Fiscal Year 2013-14 Community Development Block Grant Program:

NON PROFIT FACILITIES PROGRAM
Santa Maria Independent Living Environment / OPTIONS
    Fire Sprinkler System
$14,230
 
PUBLIC FACILITIES AND IMPROVEMENTS
City of Santa Maria Northwest Rejuvenation Project (Phase 1)$692,767
City of Santa Maria Northwest Rejuvenation Project (Phase 2)$71,601
Community Action Partnership of SLO County, Inc. / Minor Rehab Program$82,453
Good Samaritan Shelter / Restroom Rehabilitation$78,000
Good Samaritan Shelter / Family Transitional Restroom Rehab$25,000
Camp Fire Central Coast / Kitchen Renovation$4,450
Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (CADA) / Carpet Replacement$7,250
 
PUBLIC SERVICES
Alliance for Pharmaceutical Access$6,000
Alzheimer’s Association$3,000
Boys & Girls Club of Santa Maria Valley$5,000
Catholic Charities$20,145
Community Action Commission/Senior Nutrition$5,000
Community Action Partnership of SLO County, Inc.$4,000
Community Partners in Caring$8,000
Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse / Teen Court$7,500
Domestic Violence Solutions/Emergency Shelter$8,000
Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley$4,000
Foodbank of Santa Barbara County/ Warehouse Program$12,000
Good Samaritan Shelter, Inc. / Detox Program$5,000
Good Samaritan Shelter, Inc. / Emergency Shelter Services$15,145
Independent Living Resource Center/Deaf Outreach$8,000
Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County$15,000
North County Rape Crisis & Child Protection Center$10,000
Pacific Pride Foundation / Necessities of Life Food Pantry$10,000
Peoples’ Self Help Youth Education Enhancement Program$5,000
Santa Barbara County Sexual Assault Response Team$6,800
Santa Maria Independent Living Environment / OPTIONS$12,363
Santa Maria Organization of Transportation Helpers/Senior Dial-a-Ride$7,500
Santa Maria Valley FISH Meals On Wheels$8,000
Santa Maria Valley Youth and Family Center$9,000
Transitions Mental Health Association$7,000
 
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION$267,924
 
GRAND TOTAL CDBG/PROGRAM INCOME ALLOCATION$1,460,128