City of Ashland: 2021 Community Development Block Grant Program (U.S.)
The City of Ashland is presently accepting proposals for its 2021 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program to fund community development projects and programs, which benefit low and moderate-income people.
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To utilize CDBG funds most effectively to address Ashland’s highest priority needs, the City has limited the award of CDBG funds to fewer than three projects annually that provide or maintain housing to extremely low, low-moderate income, and special needs households or provide social services activities which address the Homeless or Special Needs Goals outlined in the City’s Consolidated Plan.
All proposed projects must meet at least one of the three national objectives of the CDBG Program. The three national objectives are:
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Primarily benefit low and moderate-income persons (at least 51% of beneficiaries must be low/mod income persons/households).
Aid in prevention or elimination of slums or blight.
Meet a particularly urgent community development need.
The City of Ashland will award approximately $270,170 in CDBG funds to selected, eligible projects.
Create and maintain affordable housing units/units occupied by low moderate-income and/or presumed benefit populations.
Support services for homelessness outreach, prevention and transition.
Support housing and services for peoples with special needs (peoples with special needs include the elderly, the frail elderly, persons with developmental disabilities, persons with physical disabilities, persons with severe mental illness, persons with alcohol or drug dependence, persons with HIV/AIDS).
Support economic development activities that assist in reducing poverty among low-, moderate-income, and special needs populations.
Improve safety and access in neighborhoods and areas throughout the City.
Improve transportation options for low-income and special needs populations.
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Applicants must be a unit of government or a non-profit 501(C) (3) charitable organization.
For more information, visit http://www.ashland.or.us/news.asp?newsID=4912