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The Community Development Block Grant, as created by the Federal Housing and Community Acts of 1974 and 1987, has as its primary objective the development of viable communities through the provision of decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expansion of economic opportunities. The funds are intended to benefit primarily low-and moderate-income  persons in the City of Napa.

CDBG COMMITTEE

CDBG Committee Webpage
CDBG Committee Agendas, Minutes, and Meeting Materials prior to 2013
CDBG Committee Agendas, Minutes, and Meeting Materials after 2013

 

Citizen Participation Plan

CDBG RESOURCE MATERIALS 

PLANS AND REPORTS

Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing (AI)
2014 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice

Consolidated Plan and Action Plan
Consolidated Plan 2015-2020 and 2015-2016 Annual Action Plan 

2016-2017 Annual Action Plan

2017-2018 Annual Action Plan

CAPERS

CAPER 2014-2015
CAPER 2015-2016

CAPER 2016-2017

Census Tract Map

Low and Moderate Income and Block Group Map

CDBG FUND CATEGORIES

Requests for CDBG funding total approximately two times the amount available each year. This means that is impossible to fund all proposals in a given year, particularly in categories with funding caps. There are three major funding categories for the CDBG program:

Project Eligibility
For a project to be considered eligible for CDBG funds in any of the funding categories, it must meet the following criteria:

 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES

National Community Development Objectives: 


Local Community Goals: