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2022-2027 Consolidated Plan

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 Notice of Funding Availability 

The City of Victorville is pleased to announce the availability of over $1,900,000 for FY 2022-2023 for Community Planning and Development programs and projects. Funds under this NOFA are provided by two programs: the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Programs. 

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 Construction Application  Housing Application  Public Service Application

 

Consolidated Plan Purpose:

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires cities, counties, and states that receive federal block grant funding to prepare consolidated plans, which is a five-year planning document that establishes priorities for addressing the identified housing and community development needs. The City’s Consolidated Plan (ConPlan) is due to be updated beginning with fiscal year 2022-2023 and will identify overall housing and community development needs as well as outline a strategy to address those needs for the next five years.  Currently, the City of Victorville prepares its ConPlan in conjunction with the Town of Apple Valley as partners in the Apple Valley/Victorville Consortium in order to receive federal block grant funding and retain local control of HUD federal block grant funds that include:

  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) ‐ CDBG funds that can be used for certain activities that serve lower‐income residents and/or target populations, as specified by the program regulations.
  • HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) ‐ HOME funds that can be used for housing activities that serve lower‐income residents and/or target populations, as specified by the program regulations.

CDBG and HOME funds are dispersed yearly through an Annual Action Plan that is a one-year investment strategy that outlines the use of federal block grant funds based on the annual allocation provided by HUD.  Inasmuch as the ConPlan is the document used to identify overall housing and community development needs as well as outline a strategy to address those needs for the next five years, the Annual Action Plan for fiscal year 2022-2023 is incorporated into the 2022-2027 ConPlan.