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Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) - For Public Review through 30 min prior to the Sep 19 City Council Meeting
NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023/24 ACTION PLAN FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM
The City of Monterey is seeking applications for public service programs and public infrastructure grants to be funded through the City's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program for fiscal year 2023-2024.
Activities eligible for Block Grant funding include:
- Community services
- Homeless Services
- Affordable Housing
- Improvements to public infrastructure and facilities
- Economic development assistance
An application will be deemed eligible if each federal requirement is addressed and the application is completed in accordance with the CDBG program requirements. Each proposed project must:
- Demonstrate compliance with HUD’s National Objective of providing benefit to low-moderate income (LMI) persons or neighborhoods;
- Be an eligible activity consistent with the provisions of Title 24 – CFR – 570 (subpart C); and
- Target one of the applicable goals of the 2020-2025 City of Monterey Consolidated Plan
For questions, please contact Kim Cole at email@example.com
9/30/2022: Monterey 2031 - General Plan Update Monterey 2031 is an important citywide project that involves updates to the Housing, Land Use, and Safety Elements of the City of Monterey General Plan to respond to emerging issues and new State laws. The update will be a collaborative effort between the City and its residents to create a blueprint that will guide Monterey in the years to come. Community participation is integral to the process and a broad-based, inclusive community engagement program will help provide opportunities for everyone in Monterey to have their say. Read more below to learn about the project, the timeline, and ways to get involved.
Housing Counselor, (831) 566-0824, echofairhousing.org
The City of Monterey's Housing Office does business in accordance with federal fair housing laws (The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988). It is illegal to discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or familial status.
MONTEREY BAY ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP
In 2016, MBEP launched their housing initiative to support an increase in the supply of all housing in the Monterey Bay region. Their initiative starts with a broad, regional coalition of individuals and organizations to advocate for the construction of all types of housing through the MBEP Action Center. Visit mbep.biz/what-we-do/housing for more information.