Community Development and Revitalization
 

Local communities in Arizona are faced with the increasing challenge of balancing future growth while keeping existing housing stock, infrastructure and community facilities from declining. The Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) is dedicated to helping communities face these challenges through its Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnership (HOME) program funding sources.

The CDBG program is a federally funded program through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and authorized by Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. CDBG provides grant opportunities for community revitalization to ensure decent housing, a suitable living environment and economic opportunity for rural Arizona.


The HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) was created by the National Affordable Housing Act of 1990 (NAHA). The funds are allocated through HUD and are intended to “... increase the number of families served with decent, safe, sanitary, and affordable housing and expand the long-term supply of affordable housing...”

ADOH’s Community Development and Revitalization (CD&R) division provides CDBG funded grants to towns and cities with a population under 50,000 and to counties with an unincorporated population under 200,000. Please visit our eligible applicants section to see if your community is currently eligible for CDBG funding. Additionally, the CD&R division provides HOME funded grants to towns, counties, and non-profit entities for homeownership projects.


ADOH publishes a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) each year informing eligible applicants that funding is available for the CDBG Regional Account and CDBG State Special Projects rounds for community development activities in the categories of Public Improvements, Public Facilities, Housing, Economic Development, Public Services and Planning. A NOFA is published bi-annually for CDBG Colonias projects. Finally, ADOH publishes a NOFA annually for HOME funded Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation programs.