Community Development Block Grant
CDBG Schedule for Approval of
FY2013 CDBG Annual Action Plan
Nov 27, 2012 Announcement sent to applicants of public hearing schedule
Dec 09, 2012 Announcement with schedule prints in Post Register (Sunday)
Dec 13, 2012 Council Work Session 8:30 am in Council Chambers
Dec 13, 2012 Council Meeting for public hearing 7:30 pm in Council Chambers
Dec 14, 2012 30-day public comment period began
Jan 14, 2013 30-day public comment period ended
Jan 24, 2013 Council Work Session 8:30 am in Council Chambers
No comments received during 30 day public comment period.
Recommendations provided for consensus of projects/activities for
Draft CDBG FY2013 Annual Action Plan.
Jan 24, 2013 Council Meeting for Resolution 7:30 pm in Council Chambers
Resolution reached and Council adopted Draft CDBG FY2013 Annual Action Plan.
Jan 31, 2013 Draft FY2013 CDBG Annual Action Plan mailed to HUD for approval.
Mid-May, 2013 Allocation made available to City by HUD provided:
-Federal budget is reached
-HUD approves the Council approved FY2013 Action Plan
-No additional budget cuts required by HUD
May/June, 2013 Funding committed to approved projects once the City completes:
-Signed Agreement between the City and responsible entity
(Includes Scope of Work and regulatory requirements)
Note - Projects are not retroactive - Start date begins upon signed Agreement between City and responsible entity.
For questions, please contact Lisa Farris by phone 612-8323, in person at City Hall Annex Building 680 Park Avenue or by email email@example.com. Information is also available on the City website www.idahofallsidaho.gov by going into the Planning & Building Department and clicking on CDBG.
If communication aids or services or other physical accommodations are needed to participate or access this meeting, please contact Debra Petty at 612-8276 or Lisa Farris at 612-8323 within 24 hours of the scheduled meeting so we may accommodate your needs.
The City of Idaho Falls Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program is administered by the Planning Department. This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Over $300,000 is received each year to benefit low and moderate income (LMI) persons or prevent conditions of slum and blight.
Each October the city invites non-profit agencies and city departments to submit project ideas for the grant funds. City Council considers the projects to be included in the Annual Action Plan. Once HUD approves the Plan the projects are funded and constructed.