The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) is in the process of developing a special Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) grant program to address COVID-19 impacts. Currently, no application deadline, grant ceilings or other program details have been finalized. MORE DETAILS WILL BE PROVIDED AT A LATER DATE; however, please download the guide below to get started and identify potential partners as needed.
CLICK HERE to download the Quick Guide to CDBG Eligible Activities to Support Infectious Disease Response that will assist applicants to begin thinking about possible project needs.
Please note that applications to the CDBG program must be in the name of a local government as the applicant/grantee. Partnerships and agreements with other agencies/entities, etc. can be developed as necessary. CDBG projects must also benefit primarily low and moderate-income people and this requirement will likely remain for the new funds.
RESOURCES/ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The Department has technical assistance providers that may be available to assist grantees in their implementation of CDBG Funds for activities to prevent or respond to the spread of infectious disease. Please contact your local CPD Field Office Director to request technical assistance from HUD staff or a TA provider.
Submit your questions to: CPDQuestionsAnswered@hud.gov COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) Information and Resources: https://www.hud.gov/coronavirus