Suggest future projects to help low- to moderate-income residents
We want to hear your ideas for future community projects to fund with federal grant dollars. The city’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program gathers public feedback each year on many different types of projects that can benefit low- to moderate-income residents and neighborhoods in the city. We hope you’ll join us to learn more about the program and suggest needs the city could address with these funds.
CDBG Project Idea Meeting
Wednesday, Feb. 7
6 – 7:30 pm
Our Lady Mother of the Church, School Room 4
6690 E. 72nd Ave.
(English and Spanish resources will be available)
Projects already approved for CDBG funding in the city include: sidewalk installation and repairs, bus stop improvements, a home repair program and recreational scholarships.
Other types of projects that could that meet federal requirements for the program include: job training programs, small business assistance, neighborhood revitalization, drainage improvements, crime prevention, senior programs and much more.
Another meeting to discuss potential future projects will be held on March 29.
To learn more about the city’s CDBG program or submit a project idea form online, visit c3gov.com/CDBG.