2017-18 After School Match Partnership Grant Program Funding Awards
& Final Funding Awards for CDBG, ESG, SSBG, and HOME (pending finalization of Salt Lake County's allocation amount from HUD)
Housing & Community Development
Housing & Community Development2001 South State Street S2-100PO Box 144575Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575TTY 7-1-1
Important Resources: Get a quick idea of what is included in a CDBG Hard Cost Application|
CDBG Entitlement Program Eligibility Requirements|
CDBG Laws & Regulations|
HUD Resources for Community Development Block Grant Program
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Karen Wiley or Rory Christensen
* - this is a general timeline and is subject to change
Get a quick idea of what is included in a Community & Support Services Application
Salt Lake County Division of Community Resources and Development, Community Development & Housing administers the HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) for the Salt Lake County Consortium. In 1990, United States Congress passed the Cranston Gonzales Act that created the HOME program. To be eligible for the
funding, Salt Lake County sponsored the development of a Consortium.
The Salt Lake County Consortium is made up of unincorporated Salt Lake County, the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) entitlement cities of Sandy, West Valley City, West Jordan City, South Jordan, and Taylorsville and the cities of Alta, Bluffdale, Cottonwood Heights, Draper,
Herriman, Holladay, Midvale, Murray, Riverton, and South Salt Lake. Each year the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) allocates HOME funds to the Salt Lake County Consortium.
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Apply Now for After School Funding
CCDF Match Partnership After School Program Priorities include increasing quality, affordable after school services and expand programming to provide services to undeserved populations and undeserved schools.
Programs track program requirement outputs and are able to provide outcomes for each of the program sites. Agencies are required to work with the Utah Afterschool Network, and use a common tracking tool so that outcome information is consistent and comparable from program to program.
Outcomes for Afterschool Programs include: increase in school attendance, increase in homework completion, increase in GPA over the year, increased knowledge & personal safety, increased ability in math & reading skills, increased parent engagement & family involvement, and increased social & leadership skills.
Important Resources: Afterschool Grant Agreement
2017-2018 After School Programs Application Timeline