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The City of Carrollton, as an entitlement community, receives an annual grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as part of the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG). The grant helps fund programs that assist Carrollton residents of low- and moderate-income.

Through Program Year 2015, Carrollton has received approximately $14 million dollars for projects and grant administration. Additionally, the amount used for grant administration, as a percentage of the total grant, is one of the lowest in the region. Efficient use of the grant is important to maximize the benefits to low- and moderate-income residents.

Volunteer for CDBG Week (April 17-April 22, 2017) here!


PY 2015 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) - Call for Public Input

On Thursday, November 10, 2016 the Neighborhood Advisory Committee will hold a hearing for the PY 2015 CAPER on how CDBG funds were distributed and used between the dates of October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016.  The Community Block Grant for the indicated period was funded for the amount $696,061 and used in conjunction with other city funds to perform projects and grants in low-to-moderate income areas of Carrollton.


PY2015 CAPER Report

In an effort to solicit increased community participation and involvement in identifying community development needs, the City of Carrollton will hold a hearing to received your comments on the 2015 CAPER. The City Council cordially invites your comments, concerns and/or ideas on the potential uses of these funds.

Thursday, November 10, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Briefing Room on the 2nd Floor of City Hall, 1945 E Jackson Road.

The City Council will hold the final public hearing on December 6, 2016, to receive your comments. The public hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers on the 2nd Floor of City Hall, 1945 E Jackson Road.

If you are unable to attend, you may submit written comments, concerns and/or ideas to the following address brian.passwaters@cityofcarrollton.com.


Explore the projects CDBG money has been used for:

  • Gravley Center - The former city hall, now office space for local social service providers 
  • Hill N' Dale II Sidewalks 
  • N.O.T.I.C.E. Program - Project to rebuild waterlines, streets, and sidewalks in one of Carrollton's CDBG qualified neighborhoods.
  • Minor Home Repair Program
  • Enhanced Code Enforcement
  • Grant Administration and Planning 

CDBG Document Library

As a recipient of CDBG funds, the city is required by Federal law to produce several reports. These require Adobe Reader to view.
A note about the program year designation: HUD's calendar does not match the "standard" calendar year; program year 2011 actually starts on October 1, 2011 and ends on September 30, 2012.

 


Consolidated Plan

The HUD-required Consolidated Plan is a comprehensive effort to plan for Carrollton's long-term community development needs to help define a long-term strategy to use HUD funds. Within the document is an assessment of the city's needs, programs, policies, and application for federal assistance. This is the second such plan to be developed, and was adopted July 6, 2004.  In 2009, The City of Carrollton hired BBC Research and Consulting Group to prepare City's 2009-2014 Consolidated Plan.  A copy of previous and current plans can be accessed below:

Consolidated Plan 2004-2009 

Consolidated Plan 2009-2014

Consolidated Plan 2014-2018


One Year Plan of Action

The HUD-required One Year Plan of Action (Action Plan) is an annual report that outlines the specific projects and activities that will be funded during the program year to address Carrollton's community development priorities as established in the Consolidated Plan.
Previous Action Plans:


Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report

The HUD-required Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is an annual review of its CDBG Program and the progress made on the implementation of its five-year plan.


Previous CAPERs: 


Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Study