Application forms are available for agencies wishing to apply for 2020 City of Everett Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, Affordable Housing Trust Funds (AHTF 2060), and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funds. Everett's 2020 funding program year for CDBG, AHTF 2060, and HOME funds will begin on July 1, 2020 and end on June 30, 2021.The application form is new this year. Please follow all instructions and contact Community Development Staff if you have questions.
The City anticipates approximately $850,000 will be available for CDBG funds and approximately $100,000 in HOME funds. CDBG and HOME funding amounts are subject to change depending on allocation from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for City of Everett’s CDBG Entitlement Funds and HOME funds from the Consortium. Proposed activities must meet statutory requirements and must be eligible CDBG or HOME activities per HUD regulations to be considered for funding. Approximately $135,000 will be available for 2060 Housing Trust Funds. These funds are targeted for housing and shelter projects.
All applicants should plan to attend the September 18th, 2019 Pre-Application Conference Call. Information on this call can be found in the Instruction sheet.
All NON-PUBLIC SERVICE (Capital, Acquisition, Infrastructure) projects must attend the Pre-Application Conference Call as well as schedule a date to meet with City staff on October 14, 15, or 22.
Additional information on funding information and explanation of eligible activities for each funding source can be found at https://everettwa.gov/2110/Federal-Municipal-Funding.
For questions, please contact Kembra Landry, Community Development Specialist, or Rebecca McCrary, Housing and Community Development Program Manager.