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Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program

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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.

2020-21 NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY:

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PUBLIC SERVICE RESOURCES:

CAPITAL PROJECT RESOURCES:

GENERAL SUBRECIPIENT RESOURCES: 

INFORMATION:

Fiscal Year 2020-21Community Development Block Grant Program:

HOUSING-RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES PROGRAM
 (including 5% Project Delivery Cost)

Community Action Commission / Minor Home Repair Program $75,000

 

NON PROFIT FACILITIES PROGRAM
 (including 5% Project Delivery Cost)

Family Service Agency - Santa Maria Valley Youth & Family Center / Building Rehab  $52,286
People's Self-Help Housing - Learning Center Rehab for Farmworkers and Low-Income Students $245,800

 

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND IMPROVEMENTS

 (including 5% Project Delivery Cost)

 

City of Santa Maria Recreation and Parks
$698,846

PUBLIC SERVICES

Grand Total CDBG/Program Income Allocation

$1,652,072

 

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