Community Development Block Grant
The City of Nampa administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) allocates funds to the City on an annual basis.
The CDBG entitlement program allocates annual grants to larger cities and urban counties to develop viable communities by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, and ways to expand economic opportunities, principally for low‐ and moderate‐income persons.
The CDBG program works to ensure decent aﬀordable housing, to provide services to the most vulnerable in our communities, and to create jobs through the expansion and retention of businesses. CDBG is an important tool for helping local governments tackle serious challenges facing their communities. The CDBG program has made a diﬀerence in the lives of millions of people and their communities across the nation.
HUD determines the amount of each grant by using a formula comprised of several measures of community need, including the extent of poverty, population, housing overcrowding, age of housing, and population growth lag in relationship to other metropolitan areas. Income guidelines are updated by HUD every year and the current income guidelines are listed below:
FY 2020 HUD Income Guidelines for Nampa (Ada & Canyon County)
Number in Household Extremely Low Annual
(30% of Median)
Very Low Annual
(50% of Median)
(80% of Median)
$15,750 $26,200 $41,900 Two
$18,000 $29,950 $47,900 Three
$20,250 $33,700 $53,900
$22,450 $37,400 $59,850 Five
$24,250 $40,400 $64,650 Six
$26,050 $43,400 $69,450 Seven
$27,850 $46,400 $74,250
$29,650 $49,400 $79,050
Every year, the City of Nampa accepts applications from community organizations for projects that primarily benefit low- and moderate-income persons. Applications from agencies requesting CDBG funds are generally due in April / May of each year.
In addition, an application workshop is held at City Hall Council Chambers to answer questions and review the application guidelines with interested agencies.
Plans & Reports
Hard copies can be reviewed at the Community Development Division offices. Previous funding cycle documentation can be found here.
- Five Year Consolidated Plan (2017-2021)- Draft (Substantial Amendment)
Due in August of every year, the City must develop a one-year Action Plan that summarizes the City's intended actions during that particular year with CDBG funding. This plan serves as notification to citizens and HUD by outlining the projects that the City has funded with that years CDBG allocation.
Due in December of every year, the City reports on the activities over the past program year. The report highlights the accomplishments achieved and funds expended. The documents do not contain all appendices.
Other CDBG PlansCitizen Participation Plans
- Citizen Participation Plan - Updated May 2020Anti-Displacement and Relocation PlansFair Housing Analysis of Impediments and Action Plans
- 2020- ConPlan and Annual Action Plan Substantial Amendments