2018-2022 Consolidated Plan

2019 Annual Action Plan: Citizen input being accepted. Please take this short survey! We appreciate your feedback.

You are invited! The City will be holding a Community Forum on December 20th at City Hall to collect input for its Community Development Block Grant's (CDBG) 2019 Annual Action Plan. The Community Forum will provide information on past CDBG projects, current goals, and future spending priorities. You are invited to share your thoughts and help determine area and resident needs. It is the City’s mission to engage with the community in a meaningful way and target the City’s highest needs with these CDBG funds. Public input on the 2019 Annual Action Plan is important in shaping the funding for 2019 CDBG projects.

We understand that your time is valuable and that this a busy time of year. If you are not able to attend this Community Forum, please consider completing this 5 minute survey to share your valuable input on the CDBG 2019 Annual Action Plan. Your participation is key. We thank you in advance for considering coming to this meeting or completing our short survey.

2019 Annual Action Plan Community Forum

Date: December 20, 2018

Location: City Hall, 710 E. Mullan Ave. Coeur d’Alene, 83814

Room: See reception downstairs for room details

Time: 12:00-1:00pm, Feel free to bring your lunch!

Can’t attend? Please share your input in this 5 minute survey.

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.