Attention: Native American Tribes applying for CDBG CARES Act Round 2 and 3 funding
HCD currently has a$54.4 million Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for Round 2 of the Community Development Block Grant Program CARES ACT (CDBG-CV2) funding. The CDBG-CV2 funding is intended to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and is available for a wide range of activities.
Set-aside for Federally Recognized Tribes: $2.71 million
Set-aside for Non-Federally Recognized Tribes: $1.11 million
Economic Development (ED)
30 percent of each annual allocation. Approximately $18 million is estimated to be available for ED activities.
Housing and Housing-Related Infrastructure 51 percent of each annual allocation. Approximately $30.6 million is estimated to be available in a set-aside for housing assistance, housing services, housing-related facilities, and housing-related infrastructure.
Housing Assistance Competitive Programs Approximately $5.5 million is estimated to be available for housing assistance competitive programs.
Multifamily Housing Rehabilitation and Infrastructure in Support of Housing OTC projects
• Approximately $12.5 million is estimated to be available for multifamily housing rehabilitation and infrastructure in support of housing projects.
• An additional $12.6 million will be available for housing-related planning, public services, and public facilities out of the Community Development allocation.
5 percent of each annual allocation. Approximately $3 million is estimated to be available to Colonias jurisdictions. The Colonias allocation is exempt from the $3.5 million per jurisdiction limit.
Non-federally Recognized Tribes Department of Housing and Community Development 6 2020 CDBG NOFA Amendment 2 1.25 percent of each annual allocation. Approximately $750,000 is estimated to be available to non-federally recognized tribes. The non-federally recognized tribe allocation is exempt from the $3.5 million per jurisdiction limit.
3. Federal Limits Public Services
15 percent of each annual allocation. Approximately $9 million will be available for Public Services, including Public Services in support of housing.
Planning and Administration
HUD allows up to 20 percent of each annual allocation to be used for planning and administration. This includes the 3 percent allowed for state administration costs. All activities will be allowed a flat 7 percent administration allocation. The remaining 10 percent will be available for planning applications. Approximately $6 million will be available for planning awards, including planning in support of housing and Economic Development activities.
A. Housing Assistance 1. Single Family (1-4 units) Homebuyer Assistance 2. Single Family (1-4 units) Housing Rehabilitation 3. Multifamily Single Family (1-4 units) Housing Acquisition and Rehabilitation 4. (5 or more units) Housing Rehabilitation 5. Infrastructure in Support of Housing
B. Public Facilities and Public Infrastructure 1. Acquisition 2. Rehabilitation 3. Construction
C. Public Services 1. Senior and Youth Services 2. Health, Nutrition, and Homeless Services 3. Job Training 4. Other eligible Public Services
D. Planning and Technical Assistance
E. Economic Development 1. Business Assistance 2. Microenterprise Assistance (including both Micro-Financial Assistance and Technical Assistance)Infrastructure in Support of Businesses