CFF Grants are funded with federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) dollars from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The goal of the CFF program is to encourage communities with eligible populations to focus on long-term community development. As a community leader, you can determine whether or not your project is a good candidate for the Community Focus Fund based on the following criteria:
The area to be served has a substantial low- and moderate-income population (51% or greater) or is designated a slum or blighted area by local resolution.
The project addresses the long-term planning and development efforts for the community.
The funds granted will have a significant impact on the proposed project.
The project is ready to proceed and will be completed within 18 months after being awarded.
Eligible CFF projects include, but are not limited to:
Storm drainage projects;
Infrastructure in support of housing projects;
Special needs buildings; and
Click on the link below to access the CFF application.
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