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City of Peoria seeking Applications for CDBG CV Grant Funding

City of Peoria seeking Applications for CDBG CV Grant Funding

Deadline: 25-Jan-21

The City of Peoria is accepting applications for the use of Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus (CDBG CV) funds under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). These funds must be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Use of the CDBG CV funds is restricted to CDBG-eligible purposes, and cannot be used for activities that are being covered by other federal, state, or local resources.


Activities undertaken with CDBG CV funding must meet the same national objectives as the annual CDBG entitlement. Those national objectives are:

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Benefit low- and moderate-income residents.
Assist with the Elimination of Slum and Blight.
Address an Urgent Community Development Need.
Focus Areas

Affordable Housing;
Public Services;
Public Facilities and Improvements;
Economic Development.
Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible to apply for CDBG CV funds, the applicant must be one of the following:
Non-Profit Agency (must be registered and in good standing with the AZ Corporation Commission);
Local Government;
City Department.
All applicants must be registered and in good standing at at the time the grant application is submitted to the City.
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Organizations applying for Peoria CDBG funds must have the following administrative systems in place before project services will be delivered:

Formal personnel system with written procedures.
Staff salary tracking system by the funding source.
Financial management system with written accounting procedures.
Recordkeeping system/separate tracking for each funding source.
Formal written cash management practices (includes proper security measures).
Hard copy files and computer records systems with security and back-up.
Internal monitoring/evaluation system with written procedures.
Client eligibility verification procedures.
Client demographic data collection and reporting system.
Procurement policy with written procedures.
Conflict of interest policy.
Client grievance policy.
Limited English Proficiency policy.
Non-discrimination policy for both clients and employees
Provide reasonable accommodations for both clients and employees.
Drug-free workplace policy.
Comply with E-Verify for employment activities.
If an applicants’ agency provides housing services, their agency advertises to clients that the agency is an Equal Opportunity Housing Provider.
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