Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
Each year since 1976, the City of Everett has received funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This funding comes in the form of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). The Citizens Advisory Committee reviews the annual applications and makes funding recommendations to City Council.
- 2020 - 2024 Consolidated Plan
- 2020 Analysis of Impediments
- 2020 Notice of Funding
- 2019 Annual Action Plan
- 2018 Annual Action Plan, CAPER
- Eligible Projects
- Program Year
The 2020 - 2024 Consolidated Plan is the guiding long range planning document for the Community Development Block Grant funds. Each Annual Action Plan supports the goals and priorities identified in the Consolidated Plan.The 2020 - 2024 Consolidated Plan is currently being drafted by staff. For more information, see below.
- Proposed Schedule for Public Engagement
- Amended Citizen Participation Plan (8/1/2019)
- 2015 - 2019 Consolidated Plan
- Needs Assessment Executive Summary - ENGLISH
- Needs Assessment Executive Summary - SPANISH
- Census Maps
- This map is subject to change. Please check with staff if you have questions or comments.
Continue to check back with on our progress with the Consolidated Plan!
The ‘Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice’ (AI) is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) of all state and local governments that receive housing and community development funds from the following programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG), HOME Investment Partnership(HOME), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA).
In addition to the identification of impediments, jurisdictions are required to develop methods to address the issues that limit the ability of residents to rent or own housing, regardless of their inclusion in a protected class.
The AI identifies numerous actions taken in the City of Everett that affirmatively further fair housing in the sale and rental of housing within the jurisdiction. The City is committed to eradication of discriminatory practices. The City of Everett is currently working to update the AI in conjunction with the 2020 – 2024 Consolidated Plan.
Please check back with us as we work on this effort. The City’s prior AI can be found below:
The 2020 Funding Round is open for application proposals from September 9th until October 11th, 2019. Prospective applicants are encouraged to apply. Projects must align with City of Everett Funding Priorities and CDBG Program HUD Guidelines.
This year, prospective applicants in CDBG Public Facility, Public Infrastructure, or other Capital Project funds will be asked to provide detailed budget information. Please visit the Grant Toolbox for all application materials. CDBG Applicants must attend the Pre-Application Conference Call on September 18th. Those interested in CDBG Public Facility, Public Infrastructure, or other Capital Project funds must meet with staff October 14 or 15th to be considered for funding. Please sign up for the Community Development Grants News Flash to receive information on these dates.
Should you have questions during the application process, please contact Kembra Landry.
Each year CDBG funds are prioritized based on annual needs and goals. Agencies apply for funding for the upcoming Program Year (July to June calendar) based on the annual needs identified. The projects awarded with funding, along with the supporting goals, are described in the Annual Action Plan.
The 2019 Annual Action Plan was adopted by the City of Everett's City Council on March 20, 2019. The 2019 Program Year will begin on July 1, 2019 and end on June 30, 2020.
Additional HOME and CDBG funding from the 2018 Program Year was made available for non-service related public projects. The Citizens Advisory Committee met on June 5th, 2019 to review submitted proposals that met application requirements.
The Citizens Advisory Committee made the following funding recommendations: Supplemental Funding Round II - Funding Recommendation
City Council adopted the funding recommendations in a Resolution on July 17, 2019: Resolution7400.
Once a Program Year has ended, a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is created to summarize the accomplishments of projects funded over the prior Program Year. The 2019 CAPER will be finished in September, 2020.
For more information, please visit the document links below:
The 2018 Annual Action Plan was adopted by the City of Everett City Council on June 6, 2018.The 2018 program year began on July 1st, 2018 and ended on June 30th 2019.
Once a program year has ended, a Consolidated Annual; Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is created to summarize the accomplishments of projects over the prior program year.
The DRAFT 2018 CAPER is available for public comment. We are accepting comments on this document until Sept 23rd, 2019. Please submit a written comment to Kembra Landry.
Federal funds are provided to local governments to assist in the provision of decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities primarily for persons of low and moderate income. CDBG funds must be used for activities determined by the federal government to be eligible and the local government determines which eligible use is appropriate in the community.
The City of Everett's Citizens Advisory Committee determines the public needs for projects annually, at a public hearing typically held in late summer/early fall. The public is invited to attend this hearing in helping to determine the priorities for funding for the next Program Year.
More information on eligible activities for CDBG projects can be found on the Community Development Block Grant Entitlement Program page, hosted and maintained by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
The Program Year for the City of Everett's CDBG program runs from July 1 to June 30 the following year.
A Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) is announced following a public hearing on determining needs. The Citizens Advisory Committee reviews projects in the fall and provides recommendations to City Council on award recommendations. City Council will take action on the recommendations, which are then provided to HUD for final review. This process typically ends in the spring.
The City of Everett typically receives funding from HUD during the Fall for the Program Year in which the funds are to be used.