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Logan, UT 84321

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)


CDBG Policies and Procedures Manual

Logan LMI Area MapLMI Population by Census Block Group Map

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program
is administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is an important resource for projects benefiting low-to-moderate-income (LMI) households and neighborhoods. Through this program, neighborhoods have been improved by projects such as sidewalks, housing programs, and public services. Due to the federal regulations associated with this program, not all options are available in all neighborhoods. 

Each year, Logan City receives, as an entitlement Community Development Block Grant, funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). An entitlement community is one that receives funds based on factors assessed by HUD.  CDBG funds must be used predominately for the benefit of low and moderate-income residents by promoting decent housing, creating a suitable living environment, and economic opportunities. 

Consolidated Plan
Every five years, Logan City sends HUD a Consolidated Plan on how CDBG funds will be used for the next five-year period to address priority needs within the community.  

Annual Action Plan
Each year, Logan City prepares an Annual Action Plan identifying organizations and departments that will receive CDBG funds, and activities to be carried out for that year.  The City prepares and publishes a DRAFT AAP for a 30-day review period and submits the FINAL AAP to Hud between May 15 each year.

Each October, Logan City submits to HUD a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) pertaining to the accomplishments achieved during the preceding fiscal year, which ends June 30th.  The CAPER includes such things as a description of the use of CDBG funds during the program year, an assessment of the relationship of funds to the priorities and specific objectives identified in the plan, and more.  Each fiscal year, in August, the City makes available a DRAFT CAPER for public review and comment before it is submitted to HUD by October 1.  

Citizen Participation Plan
Under HUD's CDBG regulations, grantee communities like Logan City must adopt a Citizen Participation Plan 
that provides for and encourages citizen participation.  The plan emphasizes participation by persons of low and moderate-income, particularly residents of predominantly low-and moderate-income neighborhoods and in areas in which the grantee proposes to use CDBG funds.  The plan provides citizens with the following: reasonable and timely access to local meetings; an opportunity to review proposed activities and program performance; provide for timely written answers to written complaints and grievances, and identify how the needs of non-English speaking residents will be accommodated.

Introduction to CDBG

For more information about Logan City’s CDBG Program, please contact:
Amanda Pearce - 435-716-902 -

Logan City CDBG Documents
Consolidated Plan (PY2019-2023) & Annual Action Plan (AAP) for PY2019
Access & Mobility Plan
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
Low-Water Park Strip Garden Sign
Moderate-Income Housing Plan

Other CDBG Documents
Logan Housing Plan (adopted September 2011)
Steering Committee Guidelines

Fair Housing Resources
Fair Housing Resources