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Salt Lake County to Hold Open House Training on Applying for CDBG Funding for 2022-23 Projects

Posted By Regional Development
September 15, 2021

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Salt Lake County will be holding an upcoming open house to provide training resources to area nonprofits and organizations applying for project funding during the 2022-23 program year.

Salt Lake County administers Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) funds, as part of a federal initiative supporting community development activities to build strong and more resilient communities. 

To do this, activities are identified and awarded by Salt Lake County through an ongoing process. Activities may address needs such as:

  • Housing stability
  • Infrastructure
  • Economic development
  • Public facilities
  • Community centers
  • Housing rehabilitation
  • Public services
  • Microenterprise assistance
  • Code enforcement
  • Homeownership assistance

During the open house, attendees will be able to network with CDBG staff countywide, as well as with recipients to better understand local funding priorities. 

Attendees will also be able to ask specific questions around eligibility and compliance for projects to build stronger more resilient communities.

The training will be held from 9 a.m. to noon September 30, 2021 at the Salt Lake County Government Center South Building Atrium. 

There will be morning refreshments provided during the training.

For more information on CDBG funds, visit Salt Lake County's webpage that includes a CDBG eligibility map, interactive address search tool, and program contacts.