The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is a federal grant program from HUD, designed to make neighborhoods better. Through this program, neighborhoods can be improved in diverse ways- from sidewalks to housing programs, to the availability of human services programs, just to name a few. Due to the federal regulations associated with this program, not all options are available in all neighborhoods, but there are definitely some options that can improve your neighborhood.
It is in the hands of each resident - that's you! - to contribute thoughts, opinions, and creativity to help the Logan City Council know how to effectively allocate these funds.
PY 2013 Annual Action Plan
Recent Logan CDBG Reports
PY2012 Annual Action Plan
Includes: Funding allocations, citizen participation, assessment of needs, specific goals and action items for 2012.
2009-13 Consolidated Plan
Includes: Strategic Plan, Citizen Participation Plan, Steering Committee Guidelines
PY2010 Annual Community Assessment (from HUD)
Logan Housing Plan (adopted September 2011)
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing
For information about CDBG-funded housing programs, check out OneHomeOneHome.loganutah.org
Fair Housing ResourcesFair Housing Resources
A Brief Introduction to CDBGA Brief Introduction to CDBG
HUD CDBG Program ResourcesHUD - CDBG Entitlement Community homepage
Contact CDBG Coordinator, James Olson, for more information regarding the Logan CDBG program at (435) 716-9008.
Alternatively, contact us with Relay 711 or Spanish Relay (888) 346-3162.
Contribute your feedback or inquiries regarding the Logan CDBG program directly to the CDBG Coordinator. Comments received during any comment and review period will be reported to HUD and the Municipal Council.
Click the envelope to send your comment directly to the CDBG Coordinator: