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USA: California: City of Riverside.
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Grants to California nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and governmental entities in eligible areas to assist economically disadvantaged residents. Funding is intended for capital improvement projects, public services, and economic development. Proposed projects must take place in the City of Riverside.
Federal regulations require that CDBG funds be used for eligible activities that meet one of three national objectives:
The City of Riverside uses its annual CDBG allocation to fund projects and activities undertaken by City Departments and Community-based non-profit agencies specifically to address the housing and community development needs of low and moderate income persons in the City of Riverside. CDBG funding can be used for a variety of activities to meet HUD statutory goals including but not limited to:
Under HUD CDBG regulations, at least 51% of those benefiting from CDBG funded activities must be low and moderate-income persons. Agencies and organizations receiving CDBG funding must be able to document that the individuals or households it serves fall within the HUD income limits.
Estimated Total Program Funding:
If applicant is selected to receive a grant, then under no circumstances will the City of Riverside reimburse the application for costs incurred prior to July 1, 2023.
Submit applications to:
City of Riverside
Community & Economic Development Department
3900 Main Street, 5th Floor
Riverside, CA 92522
For further information on the CDBG process or the Application Workshop, please contact:
- Michelle Guzman, Capital Improvement Projects and Public Service, (951)826-5302
- Martha Naranjo, Capital Improvement Projects, (951)826-5469
- Johanna Escobar, Public Service, (951)826-2040