CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATIVE REPORT (CAPER) COMMUNTIY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) AND HOME PROGRAMS

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CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE

Housing and Neighborhood Services

205 W. Church Street

Grand Prairie, TX 75050

 

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS, AND PERSONS:

 

The above named City has completed its’ Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluative Report (CAPER) for the period ending September 30, 2013.  The CAPER and other appropriate documentation which lists the activities, performance, accomplishments, and expenditures for fiscal year 2013/2014 are available to the public at the address listed above during normal business hours.  All citizens are encouraged to examine and submit comments regarding the CAPER to the street address listed above on or before December 2, 2013.  The comment period is for fifteen (15) days.  Housing and Neighborhood Services of the City is the designated Department which oversees and administers the CDBG and HOME programs.  Additional information can be obtained by calling 972.237.8166

 

William A. Hills, Director

Housing and Neighborhood Services

CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATIVE REPORT (CAPER) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) AND HOME PROGRAMS

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CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE

Housing and Neighborhood Services

205 W. Church Street

Grand Prairie, TX  75050

 

 

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS, AND PERSONS:

 

The above named City has completed its’ Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluative Report (CAPER) for the period ending September 30, 2011.  The CAPER and other appropriate documentation which lists the activities, performance, accomplishments, and expenditures for fiscal year 2011/2012 are available to the public at the address listed above during normal business hours. All citizens are encouraged to examine and submit comments regarding the CAPER to the street address listed above on or before December 2, 2011.  The comment period is for fifteen (15) days.  Housing and Neighborhood Services of the City is the designated Department which oversees and administers the CDBG and HOME programs.  Additional information can be obtained by calling 972-237-8166.

 

William A. Hills, Director

Housing and Neighborhood Services

CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATIVE REPORT (CAPER) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) AND HOME PROGRAMS

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CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE

Housing and Neighborhood Services

205 W. Church Street

Grand Prairie, TX  75050

 

 

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS, AND PERSONS:

 

The above named City has completed its’ Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluative Report (CAPER) for the period ending September 30, 2011.  The CAPER and other appropriate documentation which lists the activities, performance, accomplishments, and expenditures for fiscal year 2011/2012 are available to the public at the address listed above during normal business hours. All citizens are encouraged to examine and submit comments regarding the CAPER to the street address listed above on or before December 2, 2011.  The comment period is for fifteen (15) days.  Housing and Neighborhood Services of the City is the designated Department which oversees and administers the CDBG and HOME programs.  Additional information can be obtained by calling 972-237-8166.

 

William A. Hills, Director

Housing and Neighborhood Services

2011 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Programs Schedule of Neighborhood Meetings

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PUBLIC NOTICE

2011
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK
GRANT (CDBG) and HOME PROGRAMS
SCHEDULE OF NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS

CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE
TO ALL INTERESTED CITIZENS,
INDIVIDUALS, AGENCIES AND GROUPS:

 

Notice is hereby given that citizen input meetings will be held to solicit suggestions for 2011 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME activities and PY2011 Action Plan on the following dates:

 

***Neighborhood Meetings***

Monday, February 22, 2011 – 6:30 P.M.
Bowles Life Center
2750 Graham Street

Thursday, February 24, 2011 – 6:30 P.M.
Dalworth Recreation Center
2012 Spikes

The main goal of these programs is to develop urban communities which are free of slums, deterioration, and conditions which are detrimental to the health, safety, and public welfare.  Federal money is available to help maintain housing, provide more economic opportunities for low and moderate income households, improve community services, and provide for a greater diversity and vitality of neighborhoods.  Other important uses of these funds are for the more rational utilization of land and natural resources, and the preservation of areas with historical significance.

Eligible activities for CDBG funding include:

  1. Purchase and/or sale of land and buildings which:
    1. Are blighted, undeveloped or inappropriately developed
    2. Can be brought to standard condition
    3. Are needed for public works projects
    4. Are needed for other public purposes
  2. Construction or installation of public works facilities
  3. Code enforcement in deteriorating areas.
  4. Clearance, demolition, and rehabilitation of buildings, and payments for temporary housing of persons displaced by community development activities.
  5. Special projects to assist the mobility of the elderly and handicapped
  6. The provision of public services not otherwise available if:
    1. They support other approved activities
    2. Aid to provide such services has been denied under other federal programs
  7. Payment of local share for federal grants
  8. Activities necessary to develop a comprehensive plan and for community development and housing activities
  9. Payment of reasonable administrative costs related to community development activities

Eligible  activities for the HOME programs include Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO’s), occupied and rental housing rehabilitation, housing reconstruction, tenant based assistance, and home ownership projects.

Activities of general governmental support, such as construction of city halls, libraries, or schools are not allowed.

Request for Proposals (RFP) forms will be available March 1, 2011 at the following location Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.  RFP’s are due on or before March 31, 2011 by 5:00 P.M. and can be returned to the following address.

City of Grand Prairie, Texas

Housing and Neighborhood Services Department
Community Development Division
205 W. Church Street
Grand Prairie, Texas 75050

 

Further information on the program may be obtained by contacting the Community Development Division at 972.237.8166.

William A. Hills, Director
Housing and Neighborhood Services

2014 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) and HOME PROGRAMS

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CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE

Housing and Neighborhood Services

205 W. Church

 

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS, AND PERSONS: This is a 30-day comment period from June 15, 2014  – July 14, 2014

 The above named City has completed its citizen participation, community development plan, public notices, and review process.  On May 20, 2014 the City Council, after due citizen participation requirements and publications, have reviewed activities for an expected CDBG and HOME grant entitlement allocation totaling $1,779,718.

Subsequently, the application, certifications, and required documentation will be submitted to HUD on or about August 15, 2014.  The Consolidated Plan, final statement and other appropriated documentation which lists the activities considered by City Council on May 20, 2014 is available to the public regarding the 2014 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Programs at the address listed above during normal business hours.  Additional information can be obtained by calling (972) 237-8166.

All citizens are encouraged to examine and submit comments regarding the PY14 CDBG and HOME Programs to the street address listed above.  Comments must be received on or before July 14, 2014. Housing and Neighborhood Services of the City is the designated department which operates and provides oversight for the CDBG Program.

 

Funding Sources

Program Year 2014

10-01-14 to 9-30-15

City of Grand Prairie, Texas USA

 

CDBG FUNDING SOURCES AVAILABLE:  CDBG Fund Allocation Total: $1,350,254

 HOME FUNDING SOURCES AVAILABLE: PJ Fund Allocation Total:  $429,464

Please note there is no projected program income or returned grant funds anticipated from any sources.

 

 CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE

2014 CDBG PROGRAM SUMMARY

 

 Program Administration

 CDBG Program Administration                                                                   $195,621

This includes oversight, management, monitoring and coordination of the CDBG Program.  This pays the full salaries of the CDBG/Neighborhood Services Manager, and support staff.

Indirect Cost                                                                                                   $71,429

This consists of accounting, data processing, audit expenses, and other services provided by other City Departments in support of the CDBG Program.  Allowable costs are provided in the Indirect Cost Allocation Plan.

Fair Housing                                                                                                  $3,000

Provision of fair housing services and counseling is available to all city residents.  The budget supports part of the Fair Housing Officer’s activities.

 

 Rehabilitation, Code and Housing Related

 Code Direct Delivery Inspection Services                                                      $75,000

Code Enforcement – CDBG program is designed to enforce city, state ordinances through the direction of the Code Enforcement Manager while initiating nuisance abatement cases and remove substandard structure that have become blight on the community.  The main objective of Code Enforcement – CDBG is to monitor neighborhoods issuing written notices to property owners/residences requiring the removal of code violations from the area by the best means possible, i.e., voluntary compliance, rehabilitation of substandard structures or the demolition of substandard structures, including nuisance abatement, high weeds grass, trash and debris and junk/inoperable vehicles.

Emergency Repair                                                                                         $40,513

This program provides emergency repairs up to $5,000 for items that happen unexpectedly and without warning that threaten the safety, life, health, or well being of the occupant.

 Housing Rehabilitation                                                                                  $296,400

This program provides full rehab assistance up to $25,000 and reconstruction up to $75,000 for citizens 60 years and older or disabled combining CDBG and/or Home Funds.  Liens are filed to protect the City’s investment on single family low/mod owner occupied units.  Depending on income, deferred payment, 0 percent and 3 percent loans are utilized.

Housing Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, Emergency, Homeownership and Direct Delivery Cost                                                                                                  $275,753

Payment of operational expenses for the rehabilitation programs i.e. Housing and Emergency Rehabilitation Program, HOME Reconstruction and BuyinG-Power. This program pays for the salaries of staff positions.

BuyinG-Power Program                                                                                $65,000

The City of Grand Prairie BuyinG-Power Program will help pay initial costs to help qualified low and moderate income citizens purchase a home.  The City will provide from $3,500 up to $5,000 which can be used towards down payment and/or reasonable closing costs.  The home purchased must be the primary residence of the buyer and located within the city limits of Grand Prairie.

 

Public Service Activities

 Grand Prairie United Charities                                                                                   $37,000

Provide salaries for a Case Manager, Food Pantry Coordinator and Assistant Case Worker to assist Low Income families and water bill payments for clients.  Services provided are food pantry, rent/mortgage, utility assistance (electric, water, gas), etc. for Grand Prairie families in need.

 Children First Center                                                                                     $37,000

Funds are used for abuse counseling at a reduced cost.  It makes counseling affordable to qualified low/mod income and presumptive benefactor persons.  This includes counseling and guidance services with a primary focus on child abuse prevention.

Brighter Tomorrows                                                                                      $37,000

Payment of expenses related to the direct operation of a battered women and children shelter.  This includes food, clothing, shelter, emergency transportation, emergency medical care, 24-hour a day crisis intervention, legal assistance in civil and criminal justice systems, educational arrangements for children, support groups, parenting classes, survival skills, and domestic and sex violence counseling.

 GP Charlie Taylor/Tony Shotwell & Dalworth Day Camps                                    $14,923

After school and day camps are provided Monday – Friday for school age children under the supervision of the Parks and Recreation Department.  This service will be provided to low and moderate income children that reside in the City of Grand Prairie.

Lifeline Shelter for Families                                                                          $37,000

This program was established to address the problem of homelessness in Grand Prairie providing full services to homeless families including shelter, food, clothing, transportation along with educational and employment services.  This funding will be used to offset the salary of the case manager. The focus is on families with children based on students classified as homeless in the Grand Prairie Independent School District.

          Grand Prairie Wellness Center                                                                      $31,296

To provide partial funding for a Medical Assistant and a part time Dental Hygienist at the Grand Prairie Wellness Center which assists with medical, dental and chiropractic services to low and moderate income citizens of Grand Prairie.

Star Group Community Development Corporation                                      $8,319

Star Group Community Development Corporation provides the disenfranchised citizens of Grand Prairie with assistance and the necessary tools to help them change their lives and become productive citizens.

 

 Public Facilities and Improvements

 Sidewalks Repair/Replacement                                                                      $125,000

This project will repair concrete sidewalks along streets where children routinely walk to school and in other CDBG Low-Moderate areas.

 

Sparks Drive               Census Tract #162.023                       Budget $125,000

Block #s:

302,306,310,314,318,322,326,330,334,338,402,406,410,414,418,422,426,430,434,433,429,425,421,417,413,409,405,401,337,333,329,325,321,317,313,309,305,301,502,506,510,514,518,522,526,530,602,606,610,614,618,622,626,625,621,617,613,609,605,601,529,525,521,517,513,509,505,501

HOME Program

Grand Prairie

Community Housing Development Organization, Inc.  (CHDO)                $155,000

This organization provides revitalization to Grand Prairie city wide through new construction and lot development for single family units.

 

Home Rehabilitations (HRP)/Home Reconstructions                                   $274,464

The rehabilitation and reconstruction program provides deferred payment, 0% and 3% loans up to $75,000 for low and moderate-income homeowners 60 years and older or disabled citizens to rehab single-family homes and is used in conjunction with the CDBG Rehabilitation Program.  Applications are accepted on a first-come first-served basis and rehabs and/or reconstructions are conducted based on need.

 

 

William A. Hills, Director

Housing and Neighborhood Services

COMBINED NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT AND INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS

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September 11, 2013

City of Grand Prairie

205 West Church

Grand Prairie, TX 75050

972-237-8166

This Notice shall satisfy the above-cited two separate but related procedural notification requirements.

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS

On or about October 2, 2013 the City of Grand Prairie will submit a request to the HUD Fort Worth Regional Office for the releaseof CDBG and HOME funds under Community Development Block Grand Title 1 of the Community Development Act of 1974, as amended toundertake projects known asRehabilitation for the purpose of rehabilitation of single family low to moderate income households estimated rehab cost of $25,000.00 per project estimating 12 tiered  projects. Rehab cost may include such things as siding, HVAC, new windows, roof, plumbing, electrical upgrade. Total budget is $300,000. A tiered city wide environmental review was completed and was determined to be Categorically Excluded subject to 24 CFR part 58.5. Site specific reviews will be completed once specific addresses are identified. Emergency Repairs of up to $5,000.00 will be completed on emergency items that occur without warning, estimating 9 tiered projects. Emergency Repairs could be hot water heater replacement, water line repair, gas leak, HVAC repair, roof repair, ect. Total budget is $40,521. A tiered city wide environmental review was completed and was determined to be Categorically Excluded subject to 24 CFR part 58.5. Site specific reviews will be completed once specific addresses are identified. Sidewalk Repair/Replacement for repairing and replacing sidewalks in CDBG Low to Moderate areas at the following streets/blocks –  Maple Street, Census Tract 156.001 blocks, 1701,1702,1705,1706,1709,1710,1713,1714,1717,1718,1722,1726,1730,1734,1801,1802,1805,1806,1809,1810,1813,1814,1817,1818,1821,1822,1826,1825.Total budget of $45,000.Santa Margarita, Census Tract 164.072 blocks 402,406,413,414,417,418,421,422,425,426,429,433,434,437,441,442,2601,2602,2605,2606,2609,2610,2613,2614,2618,2622,2626. Total budget of $50,000. Santa Paula Street, Census Tract 164.072 blocks 401,405,409,413,417,421,425,429,433,437,441,445,446,449,450. Total Budget of $30,000.

HOME Investment Partnerships Program Title II of Cranston-Gonzalez National affordable Housing Act  of 1990,as amended, to undertake a project known as theHOME Reconstruction Program include homes that are deteriorated beyond a rehab (75% or more) they are removed and reconstructed at an estimated cost of $85,000. Estimating 3 houses. Total budget is $300,000. A tiered city wide environmental review was completed and was determined to be Categorically Excluded subject to 24 CFR part 58.5. Site specific reviews will be completed once specific addresses are identified. Work in conjunction with Grand Prairie Community Housing Development Organization to develop a lot and construction of one single family unit at a cost of $91,596 to be sold to a low to  moderate first time home buyer . Total budget is $91,596. A tiered city wide environmental review was completed and was determined to be Categorically Excluded subject to 24 CFR part 58.5. Site specific reviews will be completed once specific addresses are identified.

 FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT

 The City of Grand Prairie has determined that the projects will have no significant impact on the human environment.  Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not required.  Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at  The City of Grand Prairie Housing and Neighborhood Services, 205 West Church, Grand Prairie, TX 75050 and may be examined or copied weekdays 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Any individual, group, or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to comment on the project may submit written comments to the Housing and Neighborhood Services Division of the City of Grand Prairie.  All comments received by October 1, 2013 will be considered by the City of Grand Prairie prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds.  Commenter’s should specify which part of this Notice they are addressing.

 RELEASE OF FUNDS

The City of Grand Prairie certifies to HUD that William A. Hills in his capacity as Director consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied.  HUD approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities, and allows the City of Grand Prairie to use Program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS

HUD will consider objections to its release of funds and the City of Grand Prairie certification received by October 17, 2013 or a period of fifteen days from its receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer or other officer of the City of Grand Prairie approved by HUD ;  (b) the City of Grand Prairie has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient or other participants in the project have committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by HUD ; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality.  Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to HUD Fort Worth Regional Office  at 801 Cherry Street, Unit #45, Suite 2500, Fort Worth, Texas 76102.  Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection period.

 

 

Bill Hills

Director of Housing and Neighborhood Services

City of Grand Prairie

2013 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) and HOME PROGRAMS

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CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE

Housing and Neighborhood Services

205 W. Church

 

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS, AND PERSONS: This is a 30-day comment period from July 1, 2013 – July 31, 2013

 

The above named City has completed its citizen participation, community development plan, public notices, and review process.  On June 18, 2013 the City Council, after due citizen participation requirements and publications, have reviewed activities for an expected CDBG and HOME grant entitlement allocation totaling $1,745,443.

Subsequently, the application, certifications, and required documentation will be submitted to HUD on or about August 15, 2013.  The Consolidated Plan, final statement and other appropriated documentation which lists the activities considered by City Council on June 18, 2013 is available to the public regarding the 2013 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Programs at the address listed above during normal business hours.  Additional information can be obtained by calling (972) 237-8166.

All citizens are encouraged to examine and submit comments regarding the PY13 CDBG and HOME Programs to the street address listed above.  Comments must be received on or before July 31, 2013. Housing and Neighborhood Services of the City is the designated department which operates and provides oversight for the CDBG Program.

 Funding Sources

Program Year 2013

10-01-13 to 9-30-14

City of Grand Prairie, Texas USA

 

CDBG FUNDING SOURCES AVAILABLE:  CDBG Fund Allocation Total: $1,353,847

 

HOME FUNDING SOURCES AVAILABLE: PJ Fund Allocation Total:  $391,596

 

Please note there is no projected program income or returned grant funds anticipated from any sources.

 

 

 

CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE

2013 CDBG PROGRAM SUMMARY

 

 Program Administration

 

CDBG Program Administration                                                                   $196,340

This includes oversight, management, monitoring and coordination of the CDBG Program.  This pays the full salaries of the CDBG/Neighborhood Services Manager, and support staff.

Indirect Cost                                                                                                   $71,429

This consists of accounting, data processing, audit expenses, and other services provided by other City Departments in support of the CDBG Program.  Allowable costs are provided in the Indirect Cost Allocation Plan.

Fair Housing                                                                                                  $3,000

Provision of fair housing services and counseling is available to all city residents.  The budget supports part of the Fair Housing Officer’s activities.

 

Rehabilitation, Code and Housing Related

 

 Code Direct Delivery Inspection Services                                                      $75,000

Code Enforcement – CDBG program is designed to enforce city, state ordinances through the direction of the Code Enforcement Manager while initiating nuisance abatement cases and remove substandard structure that have become blight on the community.  The main objective of Code Enforcement – CDBG is to monitor neighborhoods issuing written notices to property owners/residences requiring the removal of code violations from the area by the best means possible, i.e., voluntary compliance, rehabilitation of substandard structures or the demolition of substandard structures, including nuisance abatement, high weeds grass, trash and debris and junk/inoperable vehicles.

Emergency Repair                                                                                         $40,521

This program provides emergency repairs up to $5,000 for items that happen unexpectedly and without warning that threaten the safety, life, health, or well being of the occupant.

 Housing Rehabilitation                                                                                  $300,000

This program provides full rehab assistance up to $25,000 and reconstruction up to $75,000 for citizens 60 years and older or disabled combining CDBG and/or Home Funds.  Liens are filed to protect the City’s investment on single family low/mod owner occupied units.  Depending on income, deferred payment, 0 percent and 3 percent loans are utilized.

Housing Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, Emergency, Homeownership and Direct Delivery Cost                                                                                                  $274,479

Payment of operational expenses for the rehabilitation programs i.e. Housing and Emergency Rehabilitation Program, HOME Reconstruction and BuyinG-Power. This program pays for the salaries of staff positions.

BuyinG-Power Program                                                                                $65,001

The City of Grand Prairie BuyinG-Power Program will help pay initial costs to help qualified low and moderate income citizens purchase a home.  The City will provide from $3,500 up to $5,000 which can be used towards down payment and/or reasonable closing costs.  The home purchased must be the primary residence of the buyer and located within the city limits of Grand Prairie.

 Public Service Activities

 Grand Prairie United Charities                                                                                   $37,523

Provide salaries for a Case Manager, Food Pantry Coordinator and Assistant Case Worker to assist Low Income families and water bill payments for clients.  Services provided are food pantry, rent/mortgage, utility assistance (electric, water, gas), etc. for Grand Prairie families in need.

 Children First Center                                                                                     $37,523

Funds are used for abuse counseling at a reduced cost.  It makes counseling affordable to qualified low/mod income and presumptive benefactor persons.  This includes counseling and guidance services with a primary focus on child abuse prevention.

Brighter Tomorrows                                                                                      $37,523

Payment of expenses related to the direct operation of a battered women and children shelter.  This includes food, clothing, shelter, emergency transportation, emergency medical care, 24-hour a day crisis intervention, legal assistance in civil and criminal justice systems, educational arrangements for children, support groups, parenting classes, survival skills, and domestic and sex violence counseling.

 GP Charlie Taylor/Bowles & Dalworth Day Camps                                                $15,000

After school and day camps are provided Monday – Friday for school age children under the supervision of the Parks and Recreation Department.  This service will be provided to low and moderate income children that reside in the City of Grand Prairie.

Lifeline Shelter for Families                                                                          $37,523

This program was established to address the problem of homelessness in Grand Prairie providing full services to homeless families including shelter, food, clothing, transportation along with educational and employment services.  This funding will be used to offset the salary of the case manager. The focus is on families with children based on students classified as homeless in the Grand Prairie Independent School District.

          Grand Prairie Wellness Center                                                                      $31,373

To provide partial funding for a Medical Assistant and a part time Dental Hygienist at the Grand Prairie Wellness Center which assists with medical, dental and chiropractic services to low and moderate income citizens of Grand Prairie.

Star Group Community Development Corporation                                      $6,612

Star Group Community Development Corporation provides the disenfranchised citizens of Grand Prairie with assistance and the necessary tools to help them change their lives and become productive citizens.

 

Public Facilities and Improvements

 Sidewalks Repair/Replacement                                                                      $125,000

This project will repair concrete sidewalks along streets where children routinely walk to school and in other CDBG Low-Moderate areas.

 

Maple Street                Census Tract #156.001                       Budget $45,000

Block #s:

1702,1706,1710,1714,1718,1722,1726,1730,1734,1802,1806,1810,1814,1818,1822,1826,1825,1821,1817,1813,1809,1805,1801,1717,1713,1709,1705,1701.

 

 

Santa Margarita Street                        Census Tract #164.072                       Budget $50,000

Block #s:

2613,2609,2605,2601,413,417,421,425,429,433,437,441,442,434,426,422,418,414,406,402,2602,2606,2610,2614,2618,2622,2626.

 

 

Santa Paula Street       Census Tract #164.072                       Budget $30,000

Block #s:

401,405,409,413,417,421,425,429,433,437,441,445,449,450,446.

HOME Program

  Grand Prairie

Community Housing Development Organization, Inc.  (CHDO)                $91,596

This organization provides revitalization to Grand Prairie city wide through new construction and lot development for single family units.

Home Rehabilitations (HRP)/Home Reconstructions                                   $300,000

The rehabilitation and reconstruction program provides deferred payment, 0% and 3% loans up to $75,000 for low and moderate-income homeowners 60 years and older or disabled citizens to rehab single-family homes and is used in conjunction with the CDBG Rehabilitation Program.  Applications are accepted on a first-come first-served basis and rehabs and/or reconstructions are conducted based on need.

 

 

William A. Hills, Director

Housing and Neighborhood Services