2018-2022 Consolidated Plan

2018 CAPER Available for your review:

The CDBG’s year-end report (known as the Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report CAPER), for Plan Year 2018 will be presented at a June 18, 2019 Public Hearing. The draft CAPER will be available for public comment June 3- June 18, 2019 with concluding public comments accepted at the Public Hearing.

Please submit all public comments to Michelle Cushing:710 E. Mullan Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814; mcushing@cdaid.org; or 208-769-2382.

2019 Annual Action Plan: 

Built on community feedback via survey, public forum, stakeholder consultations, and the City's guiding 2018-2022 Consolidated Plan, the 2019 Annual Action Plan is available for your preview. Supplementary outreach and data collected can be found here. Citizen participation survey results can be found here. Find the complete document in print form at City Hall. This document will guide project selection and funding for the 2019 Program Year. The Mayor and City Council reviewed this draft plan at the Public Forum on February 5, 2019. Public comment on this draft document was available from January 4, 2019 through February 5, 2019. 
 
2018-2022 Consolidated Plan

The consolidated plan guiding the next 5 years of funding for the Community Development Block Grant was available for public review from December 15, 2017 to January 16, 2018. To view the approved plan, please click here. The Draft 5-Year Consolidated Plan was approved by the Mayor and City Council on January 16, 2017, was submitted to HUD for official review, and was officially accepted.

Fund Usage
It is always important to remember that, as a federal program, CDBG funds must comply with the following three National Objectives. Eligible activities will:

  • Aid in the prevention or elimination of slum and blight; or
  • Provide benefit to low and moderate-income persons; or
  • Meet a certain community development need having a particular urgency

General Information:
Are you looking for more background on how the City has used CDBG funds? Please visit this site  or review this PowerPoint to learn more.