Community Development Block Grant
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is a federally funded grant program. CDBG funds are awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to qualifying communities to carry out a wide range of community development activities directed toward neighborhood revitalization, economic development, and providing improved community facilities and services.
Program Year 2020
The City of St. Cloud adopts an Action Plan each year for CDBG funding. For Program Year 2020, the plan includes the following activities:
HRA Single-Family Homeowner Housing Rehabilitation ($221,500)
Boys & Girls Club of Central MN Security Upgrades ($30,000)
Pathways 4 Youth Facility Expansion ($13,000)
City Park Improvements in LMI Neighborhood ($20,000)
Place of Hope Facility Improvements ($129,000)
Anna Marie's Alliance Facility Equipment ($7,500)
Central MN Habitat for Humanity ($75,000)
Catholic Charities Domus Transitional Housing ($20,000)
Greater St. Cloud Public Safety Foundation ($5,000)
Lutheran Social Services Crisis Nursery ($5,000)
Tri-County Action Program Project Connect ($4,000)
CDBG funds are an important tool in supporting our local community. Now, as St. Cloud comes together in responding to COVID-19, additional CDBG resources are made available through the CDBG-CV program. The St. Cloud CDBG-CV plan includes the following activities:
Place of Hope Community Meal Service Increase
Homeless Helping Homeless Temporary Hotel Sheltering Program
Anna Marie's Alliance Temporary Hotel Sheltering Program & Food Service for Off-Site Sheltering
Salvation Army Food Shelf Demand Increase
Catholic Charities Food Shelf Demand Increase
Promise Neighborhood Food Shelf & Meal Program
District 742 LEAF Temporary Hotel Sheltering Program
As we continue to work with community partners to assess to the needs of our community, you are encouraged to contact Matt Glaesman for more information or to comment.
Matt Glaesman I 320-255-7218
- Annual Action Plans
- Consolidated Plan
- Citizen Participation Plan
- HOUSING NEEDS ANALYSIS
- FAIR HOUSING
Annual Action Plans
The City of St. Cloud is required to prepare an annual action plan to notify citizens and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) of the city's intended actions to occur during that specific program year. The action plan identified the objectives the city hopes to achieve and outlines the activities the city will undertake to achieve those objectives.
PY2020 Annual Action Plan (draft)
PY2019 Annual Action Plan
PY2018 Annual Action Plan
PY2017 Annual Action Plan
PY2016 Annual Action Plan
PY2015 Annual Action Plan
PY2014 Annual Action Plan
PY2013 Annual Action Plan (Revised 10/7/14)
PY2012 Annual Action Plan (Revised 10/7/14)
PY2011 Annual Action Plan
Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Reports
The City of St. Cloud is required to prepare an assessment of its accomplishments toward meeting the priority goals outlined in the 2010-2014 Consolidated Plan to citizens and HUD. This annual assessment is known as the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). The CAPER provides a review and evaluation of the City of St. Cloud’s progress toward meeting the annual goals and outcomes as outlined in the PY2010 Annual Action Plan and larger five year goals identified in the Consolidated Plan.
PY2014 CAPER and PY2014 HUD Consolidated Plan End-of-Year Review
PY2013 CAPER and PY2013 HUD Consolidated Plan End-of-Year Review
PY2012 CAPER and PY2012 HUD Consolidated Plan End-of-Year Review
PY2011 CAPER and PY2011 HUD Consolidated Plan End-of-Year Review
PY2010 CAPER and PY2010 HUD Consolidated Plan End-of-Year Review
Citizen Participation Plan
The City of St. Cloud encourages citizen participation in all aspects of government and particularly through its CDBG program.
Housing Needs Analysis
In January 2013, the City of St. Cloud, in partnership with several community stakeholders, commissioned a housing assessment to enhance the understanding of housing and homeless issues throughout the community.
An update of this study was completed in 2019. The assessment is intended to quantify the supply and demand for the full range of the housing spectrum in St. Cloud.