Community Development Block Grant – South Jordan

Community Development Block Grant

2020 CDBG survey

Community Needs Survey

Does your neighborhood need better sidewalks, housing repairs, or accessibility modifications? Tell us! The Community Development Block Grant is intended for these types of improvements, particularly for low/moderate income families, seniors, persons with disabilities, and others in need. The City is creating its 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan, and we need your help. Please take the survey before January 31!

Take the Survey Here

While the survey is the best way to have your voice heard, comments can also be sent directly to Katie Olson, CDBG Coordinator, at kolson@sjc.utah.gov, 1600 W. Towne Center Drive, South Jordan, UT 84095. A public hearing will be held in the spring (date TBD) where comments can also be made.

To sign up for future updates about the Community Development Block Grant, click here.


Applications

2020-21 CDBG Funding Applications

Applications for the 2020-21 Program Year are now open. All applications must be created and submitted through the ZoomGrants platform by 11:59 PM, January 31, 2020.

To access the online application, click on the following button:
Apply via ZoomGrants™

To Apply

1. Click on the “Apply via ZoomGrants” Button Above
This link will take you to the ZoomGrants website.

2. Log In or Create an Applicant Account
If you do not already have a ZoomGrants account, click on the “New ZoomGrants Account” button to create a ZoomGrants account and to log in.

3. Click the Apply Button
Use the Preview and Apply buttons next to the CDBG program to create an application.

4. Complete and Submit the Application
Information entered is automatically saved, so it is not necessary to complete the application in one sitting. Ensure that the application is completed and submitted prior to the application deadline of 11:59 PM January 31, 2020.

Please contact Katie Olson at kolson@sjc.utah.gov or 801-254-3742, ext. 2001, with any questions.


Plans & Reports

2017 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)

2015-2019 Consolidated Plan & 2015 Annual Action Plan

2018 Annual Action Plan 

2019-20 Annual Action Plan

2018-2019 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER), Draft

CDBG Program Background

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program was signed into law in 1974 as the result of efforts to: 1) consolidate into one ‘block grant’ many categorical grants pertaining housing and community development, and 2) provide more control of the funds to state and local government. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is responsible for the CDBG Program. State, county, and local governments (grantees) may apply to HUD for CDBG funds. Funds are managed by grantees and are generally allocated to sub-recipients to fulfill eligible activities. The primary purpose of the CDBG program is to assist low and moderate income individuals and households by creating suitable living environments, providing decent housing, and creating economic opportunities.

HUD requires that a grantee (the City) have a 5-year strategic plan (Consolidated Plan). The Consolidated Plan includes community needs, housing analysis, resource identification, and goals. Annual Action Plans are submitted to identify annual projects, activities, and expected outcomes that serve to fulfill the goals of the Consolidated Plan. A Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is also required yearly to report on the performance of the previous year.

South Jordan City’s CDBG Program

South Jordan City became a grantee of CDBG funds in 2012 with HUD’s approval of the City’s 2012-2016 Consolidated Plan. In 2015 the City updated its Consolidated Plan (2015-2019 Consolidated Plan). Beginning in Winter 2019, the City will prepare its 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan. The City receives approximately $220,000 per year in CDBG funds. Of the total funds, HUD allows up to 15% to be used for public services and up to 20% for administration and planning. South Jordan expects to utilize the maximum allowable funds for public services and administration/planning each year. The majority of the remaining funds have regularly been used to address improvements and repairs at the City’s Senior Center and accessibility deficiencies at public facilities.

General Yearly Timeline

Application Deadline

AAP Review & Comments

AAP Public Hearing

AAP Submittal

Environmental Reviews

Subrecipient Agreements

Program Year

CAPER Review & Comments

CAPER Public Hearing

CAPER Submittal

January 31

February/March

April

May

June

June

July 1 to Following June 30

August

September

September

*Timeline is subject to change. Confirm specific dates with the CDBG Coordinator.

contact info

Coordinator
Katie Olson
City of South Jordan
1600 W. Towne Center Drive
South Jordan, UT 84095
801-446-HELP
kolson@sjc.utah.gov