City of Davis
01/27/20 5:00 PM Receipt
Grants California nonprofit organizations in eligible regions for a broad range of community development projects that benefit low- and moderate-income households. Funding is intended for housing and facilities projects as well as the provision of much needed services in the City of Davis. The total of all Public Service contracts cannot exceed 15% of the total grant, while Administration (or related activities) cannot exceed 20% of the total grant. Approximately 65% of the total grant can be spent for "other activities.”
Eligible activities, include: Acquisition of Real Property, Disposition of Property, Public Facilities and Improvements, Privately- owned Utilities, Clearance of Property, Public Services, Interim Assistance, Relocation of Tenants and Property, Loss of Rental Income Projects, Removal of Architectural Barriers, Housing Rehabilitation, New Housing Construction, Code Enforcement, Historic Preservation, Commercial or Industrial Rehabilitation, Special Economic Development, Special Activities by Sub-Recipients, Planning and Capacity Building, Program Administration, and Other Activities.
Organizations providing health or human services programs are encouraged to apply. For information about programs in this category that were considered for or received funding in the past, see: http://documents.cityofdavis.org/Media/Default/Documents/PDF/CMO/Housing-and-Human-Services/Grants/CDBG-and-HOME/FY2021/2020-2021-CDBG-RFP-Full-Application-Packet.pdf#page=27
Non-Public Service dollars may be used for one of the following four categories: Housing, Removal of Barriers to Accessibility for the Physically Disabled, Public Facilities, and Neighborhood Revitalization. The highest priority is for new construction and rehabilitation of housing and public facility projects that serve very-low and extremely-low income persons/households, especially permanent supportive housing projects. For additional information, see: http://documents.cityofdavis.org/Media/Default/Documents/PDF/CMO/Housing-and-Human-Services/Grants/CDBG-and-HOME/FY2021/2020-2021-CDBG-RFP-Full-Application-Packet.pdf#page=29
GrantWatch ID#: 139921
The City will not consider any grant requests smaller than $5,000.
The 2020-2021 CDBG program will run from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications to Mary Rice at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Rice, Management Analyst
City of Davis
23 Russell Blvd., Suite 1
Davis, CA 95616
USA: California: City of Davis
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