Budget & Management Services – Grant Administration/Community
Development Division provides program oversight of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Consolidated Plan Budget, which includes: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership Program Grant (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA). Find more information about these grants are available in our Community Guide for HUD Consolidated Plan Grants.
The City of Dallas receives these grants on an annual basis from HUD. Program oversight for these grants involve interaction between the City of Dallas and HUD; training and monitoring City departments administering projects; staff support to the City Council-appointed Community Development Commission (CDC); and interpretation of HUD Federal Regulations.
Grant funds are intended for the development of viable urban communities by providing decent housing and suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities, principally for the benefit of low and moderate income individuals. Shaded sections on the CD Eligible Census Tracts and Block Groups have been identified as primarily low-/moderate-income areas (LMA), and all qualified activities occurring within these sections are considered to benefit all residents and businesses within the corresponding area.
NATIONAL COMMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WEEK
The City of Dallas is happy to celebrate National Community Development Week, April 11 -15, 2022. The week-long celebration bring residents, elected official, City staff, media, program sub recipients and beneficiaries together to highlight the beneficial impact the CDBG program provides to the Dallas Community. View or share the flyer for the 2022 National Community Development Week flyer here. The City will highlight the following programs/projects:
|April 9||CDC Community Development Tour|||
|April 11||Small Business Center Presents: Pivot to Possibilities Brown Bag||Click to Register |
|April 12||Park and Recreation Out-of-School Time Showcase|||
|April 13||Mayor's Proclamation||Click to Watch|
|April 14||Eviction/Rental Assistance Virtual Listening Session||Click to Join|
|April 15||Social Media Blitz|||
HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CONSOLIDATED PLAN BUDGET DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
The Consolidated Plan identifies the needs, priorities, and details on how the community needs will be addressed through a comprehensive analysis and strategic plan. Resident input is also an important part of the budget development process to help the City determines activities that will best serve the needs of the community based upon HUD eligible activities. The FY 2021-22 HUD Consolidated Plan Budget was approved by Res. #21-0974.
In January of 2022, Budget & Management Services and the Community Development Commission hosted six (6) virtual public meetings to encourage residents an non profit organizations to provide their input on community needs and the use of federal funds for the next fiscal year (which begins October 1). Residents participated in these meetings virtually, by landline, mobile phone or web simulcast.
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES ACT)
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) provides billions of dollars in federal grant funding to state, local, tribal and territorial governments, hospitals, and other organizations in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The CARES Act includes additional HUD funds to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to facilitate immediate assistance to eligible communities and households economically impacted by COVID-19. The CARES Act also included a waiver to allow a public review and comment period to be no less than 5 days. Due to reduced and suspended services in the current year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, available unspent HUD have been identified to reallocate to further support the City's COVID-19 relief efforts.
HOW TO PARTNER WITH THE CITY OF DALLAS
Organizations desiring to work with the City, by requesting grant funds, should register online as a vendor with the Office of Procurement Services. Texas law requires contractors to be selected through competitive bidding. Organizations must compete in a publicly advertised solicitation process. Organizations may only recommend concepts (i.e. programs or services) for funding based on an un-served or under-served need in the community.
Nonprofit Public Improvement Program
The Nonprofit Public Improvement (NPI) Program provide grants to Dallas nonprofit organizations for public improvement to facilities and infrastructure (such as ADA compliance conversion, facility improvement, and HVAC systems). Funding opportunities are solicited through the Office of Procurement Services.
The City of Dallas accepts Request for Competitive Sealed Proposal(s) (RFCSP) for Funding Assistance for Non-Profit Public Facility Improvement Projects via the City's online solicitation portal Bonfire. Please register for a Bonfire Account to download files and proposal packet details at https://dallascityhall.bonfirehub.com.
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HUD Grants are monitored to ensure that all Consolidated Plan grant funds under the City of Dallas’ oversight are used in accordance with all program requirements, and for determining adequacy of performance.
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD FOR DALLAS PROGRAM PERFORMANCE WITH U.S. DEVELOPMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELPMENT (HUD) FORMULA GRANT FUNDS DURING THE FISCCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 20, 2020 >>(Review FY 2019-20 CAPER)
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, CORONAVIRUS AID, RELIEF, AND ECONOMIC SECURITY (CARES) ACT RELIEF FUND NO. 3 AND SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE CITY OF DALLAS FY 2020-21 HUD ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD FOR THE CITY OF DALLAS FY 2019-20 HUD ACTION PLAN
NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD FOR SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT NO. 4 TO THE CITY OF DALLAS FY 2019-20 HUD ACTION PLAN
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR HUD EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT (ESG), CORONAVIRUS AID, RELIEF, AND ECONOMIC SECURITY (CARES) ACT RELIEF FUNDS NO. 2 AND SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT NO. 5 TO THE CITY OF DALLAS FY 2020-21 THROUGH FY 2023-24 CONSOLIDATED PLAN AND FY 2019-20 ACTION PLAN