Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

2021 CAPER - Public Notice 

2021 CAPER Draft - 07/12/2022

Recovery Housing Program Annual Action Plan

Recovery Housing Program Public Hearing Notice - 12/8/2021

*Updated* Citizen Participation Plan - 11/15/2021

2021 Annual Action Plan

CDBG-CV #3 Notification of Funding Opportunity

CDBG-CV #2 Notification of Funding Opportunity

CDBG-CV #1 (b)  Notification of Funding Opportunity

CDBG-CV COVID-19 Fact Sheet

CDBG-CV Method of Distribution

2020 CDBG-CV Application Scoring


CDBG-CV Funding Opportunity

Housing and Community Development Program 2020 - 2024 Nevada Consolidate Plan - Part I

2019 Final Annual Action Plan

2019 Annual Action Plan Amendment

Nevada Citizens Participation Plan Waiver COVID-19

Citizen Participation Plan

In promoting and facilitating Community Development in rural Nevada, the Rural Community and Economic Development Division administers the State and Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. Established in 1982 and administered by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), CDBG funds are spent on projects that help achieve one or more of the following goals:

  • Development of suitable living environments.
  • Supply decent housing.
  • Creation of economic opportunities in rural parts of the state.

Program funds must be spent on projects which primarily serve low- and moderate income persons.

The CDBG Program is a widely appreciated and highly flexible community development tool, and a genuine federal-state-local government partnership. The state receives its CDBG funds from the federal government, and uses those funds to provide grants to units of local government which implement the projects, typically using local contractors and/or non-profit organizations.

In Nevada there are 26 local government entities that can apply for the State CDBG funds. Communities receiving CDBG funds from the state may use those funds for a variety of community development activities, such as:

  • Acquisition of property for public purposes.
  • Construction or reconstruction of streets, water and sewer facilities, neighborhood centers, recreation facilities and other public works.
  • Demolition.
  • Rehabilitation of public and private buildings.
  • Public services.
  • Planning and capacity building activities.
  • Assistance to nonprofit entities for community and economic development activities.
  • Assistance to private, for-profit entities to carry out economic development activities, including assistance to micro-enterprises.

Here you can access the most frequently used Forms and Guidelines for Grantees, or you can call our office at (775) 687 – 9900.