Community Development Block Grant funds are provided to the city through the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funds are granted by the city to organizations that provide housing and supportive services to families with low to moderate incomes. The Affordable Housing Commission works with the Community Partnership Office Administrator to allocate funds for Bricks and Mortar projects. For more information contact Alison Hade, Administrator, at
Goals for the CDBG Program are re-evaluated every five years by the Human Services Commission, Affordable Housing Commission, local agencies, and other citizens who participate in the City's Consolidated Plan process.
The current goals are to:
1. Provide new affordable housing opportunities for homeless or near homeless persons in Loveland with single-family or multi-family housing, including permanent supportive housing for long-term homeless.
2. Create new affordable housing opportunities by rehabilitating existing single-family or multi-family housing.
3. Decrease poverty in the community by supporting agencies with facilities where service for low income households occurs.
Population to be Served
Eligible beneficiaries must live within the Loveland city limits.
HUD requires a minimum of 65% of CDBG funds to be provide bricks and mortar projects; a maximum of 15% of funds are granted for public service projects;
and a maximum of 20% of the funds are set aside for program administration.
CDBG Public Service funds are included on the Human Services Grant History
Consolidated Plan This document is the annual proposal to HUD from the City of Loveland showing how CDBG funding will be spent during the 2015-2020 grant program years, and was submitted to HUD in August 2015.
Citizen comments can be sent to the Community Partnership office and will be submitted with the Annual Action Plan to HUD as a part of the Citizen Participation Process. Send comments to: Alison.Hade@cityofloveland.org or call