The Office of Planning and Development administers applications and provides assistance to the recipients of several grant programs whose goal is to fund activities that will benefit disabled or low-income persons, expand the supply of decent, affordable housing and address homelessness.
Community Development Block Grants are made available to non-entitlement municipalities and organizations serving low to moderate income persons. Funds may be used toward projects providing housing rehabilitation, public services, community facilities, improvements to infrastructure, development, and planning.
*The Office of Planning & Development is currently accepting applications for 2019 CDBG grants from municipalities and non-profit organizations serving Adams County residents. Applications are due to ACOPD by August 16, 2019. Please click here to download a summary of program and application requirements.
If you are interested in applying, please contact Rebecca Moreland, Grants Program Coordinator, to set up a meeting to discuss what information will be needed for you to submit a formal application for funding.*
Click here to learn more about the CDBG program and guidelines from DCED.
View local CDBG project locations and funding amounts through our web app.
HOME Grants provide resources to develop and maintain affordable housing. Funds may be used for new construction for affordable housing, housing rehabilitation of housing for qualified homeowners, and down payment assistance.
Click here to learn more about the HOME program and guidelines from DCED.
The Emergency Solutions Grant, formerly Emergency Shelter Grant, provides assistance with street outreach, shelter, rapid re-housing, and homelessness prevention. Applications are accepted from local governments.
Click here to learn more about ESG from DCED.