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CDBG Subrecipient Hub
Welcome to the Community Development Block Grant Subrecipient Hub.
The City of Farmington receives Community Development Block Grant Entitlement funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). CDBG funds are used for a variety of public services and capital projects to benefit targeted neighborhoods and low- and moderate-income families. Each year two important public documents are created, the Annual Action Plan that allocates funds to individual projects, and the Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) that documents how the funds have been expended. CDBG staff manages the projects, monitors their performance, and reports their accomplishments to HUD.
Almost all local CDBG programs use subrecipients to carry out community development activities. The term “subrecipient” is frequently used to refer to the non-profit sponsors of activities that receive CDBG funds from a local government for their programs.
CDBG Program Year 23 RFP 4/5/23-5/8/23
The City of Farmington (City) is requesting proposals (RFPs) from qualified firms and non-profit organizations (Offerors) interested in receiving funding for public service projects benefiting low- and moderate-income families and persons. Funding may come from the city of Farmington general fund or from Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding. The City Council, at is sole discretion, will make the determination of which funding source will be utilized for each project.
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