The Plan focuses on the low- and moderate-income population by addressing their needs under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) three “umbrella” goals of affordable decent housing, a suitable living environment, including services, and expanded economic opportunities. The new 2014-2018 Consolidated Plan is the document current applicants use to submit funding requests and the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Advisory Board and staff use to make yearly recommendations for funding to the Douglas County Board of County Commissioners.
The Annual Action Plan lists and describes the projects that the County proposes to fund during a specific year to address priority objectives identified in the Consolidated Plan. It also serves as Douglas County’s annual funding application for the CDBG program. The County’s most recent Annual Action Plan is for the 2015 program year, which was approved by the Board of County Commissioners on June 8, 2015.
Some forms and reports have been revised for the subgrantee’s specific project. Please contact Melanie Grothe at 303-814-4326.
A workshop for Subgrantees who manage the day-to-day activities of CDBG grants awarded by Douglas County is offered on an annual basis. The Project Manager Training Manual is a desk reference designed to provide technical assistance for project managers by providing them with an overview of the CDBG program, as well as providing pertinent information regarding the requirements to successfully complete CDBG projects.
CDBG funds are primarily to assist the low- and moderate-income population. A demographics profile has been prepared to assist you in understanding the at-risk population. The Community Development Department prepares comprehensive demographic reports for many aspects of County life.
- Douglas County Demographic Profile for the At-Risk Population
Modified June 2016