Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
Community Development Block Grant Program Years 2023 and 2024
Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
2023 & 2024 CDBG Public Service & ESG NOFA and Mandatory Meeting Notice (PDF)
Applicants may apply for more than one program but must do so through a
separate application. There is a $60,000 CDBG Public Service minimum
request, per application. There is
not a CDBG Public Service maximum request limit. There are no minimums or
maximums for ESG requests.
ESG Application Request - Must
address the needs of DuPage County in areas such as providing emergency
shelter, providing legal assistance to support the homeless or those at risk of
homelessness, providing financial resources to homeless or those at risk of
homelessness, providing foreclosure prevention, or providing support for
Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) administration for homeless and those at
risk of homelessness.
CDBG Application Request - Must address
the needs of DuPage County in areas such as providing emergency shelter,
providing legal assistance to support the homeless or those at risk of
homelessness, providing financial resources to homeless or those at risk
of homelessness, providing foreclosure prevention, or providing support
for Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) administration for homeless and
those at risk of homelessness.
This application opportunity will make funding available for Housing & Homeless services and participation in providing Homelessness Prevention financial assistance to clients.
The selection process requires several steps before final approval of projects. The DuPage CDC Unit reviews and scores the applications and completes its recommendations in December to be approved by the Community Development Executive Committee in January. Health and Human Services Committee then approves the project recommendations as part of the annual Action Plan. The DuPage County board has the final approval in March before being submitted to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The program year begins April 1, through March 31st the following year. Administration of each project is done through a Sub-grantee Agreement with a sharing of responsibility between the Sub-grantee and the CDC Staff.
Mandatory Zoom Informational Meeting - August 10, 2022
When: Aug 10, 2022 10:30 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
information about joining the meeting.
Mandatory Informational PowerPoint Slide Presentation
August 10, 2022 PowerPoint Presentation
Public Hearing Notice - Sample
Sample - Public Hearing Notice
- Contact CDC staff at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your name on the electronic notification list.
- Attendance at the virtual informational meeting is required where information on the online grant process will be given.
- A public hearing is required for all CDBG and ESG applications. The agencies may hold their own or arrange for a group public hearing.
- A Letter of Intent, submitted through the online portal, is due by 4:30 pm, August 19, 2022.
- The entire CDBG/ESG application submitted through the online portal is due by 4:30 pm, September 26, 2022.
- ONE BOUND COPY OF THE AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENT INCLUDING MANAGEMENT LETTERS, RESPONSES AND AN A-133, IF APPLICABLE, FOR EACH APPLICATION IS TO BE DELIVERED TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION BY 4:30 PM ON SEPTEMBER 26, 2022.
Community Development Block Grant-Coronavirus (CDBG-CV) - No Additional Applications Currently be Accepted.
Community Development Block Grant-Coronavirus (CDBG-CV)
Projects funded under the CDBG-CV program may be selected
from individual applications submitted by municipalities, the County, and
non-profit groups. Projects may also be identified and funded
through needs assessments and identified high priority projects that prevent,
prepare for, and/or respond to COVID-19. The selection process requires
several steps prior to final approval. A Notice of Funding Availability
may be solicited, or high priority needs may be identified through
collaboration and discussion with interested parties. Funding
recommendations will be presented to the CDC Executive Committee and final
approval we be obtained by the County Board. Administration of each
project will be done through a Sub-Grantee Agreement with a sharing of
responsibilities between the Sub-Grantee and CDC Staff.
The focus is on:
- Preventing, preparing
for, and/or responding to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Foreclosure Prevention
- Eviction Prevention
- Legal Services
- Emergency Shelter
- Food Assistance
CDBG-CV Public Service Notice of Funding Availability
CDBG-CV PS NOFA
Mandatory Informational Meeting
January 13, 2021 – CDBG-CV Public Services
1 PM to 2 PM via Zoom
Interested parties must email email@example.com to
request the Zoom meeting link and information.
CDBG-CV Frequently Asked Questions
CDBG-CV January 13, 2021 PowerPoint Presentation
CDBG-CV PowerPoint Presentation
Public Hearing Notice - Sample
Sample - CDBG-CV Public Hearing Notice
Sample - CDBG-CV Virtual Public Hearing Notice
ONE BOUND COPY OF THE AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENT INCLUDING MANAGEMENT LETTERS, RESPONSES AND AN A-133 IF APPLICABLE IS REQUIRED.
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