CDBG funds are used to revitalize lower income neighborhoods through housing rehabilitation, public facilities, infrastructure improvements and the provision of public services. The CDBG program has enriched lives by providing facilities and services where other financial resources were not available.
Ajo, Amado, Arivaca, Avra, Valley, Catalina, Continental, Drexel, Heights, Flowing Wells, Helmet Peak, Littletown, Picture Rocks, Rillito, Robles, Junction, South Nogales Highway Area, Vail, Valencia West, Why
Up to 15% of Pima County's allotment for CDBG programs can be used for public services projects.
CDBG funding is limited. Funding requests must be well planned and supported, demonstrating the financial and managerial feasibility of the project, and demonstrating the ability of meeting the goal of serving the needs of low to moderate-income individuals.
Sample Contract: CDBG Contract
The City of Tucson's CDBG Program funds community facilities and infrastructure projects within city limits. Program details are available at the City of Tucson website or call (520) 791-4171.
2797 E. Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713
Phone: (520) 724-3777
Fax: (520) 724-6796