Role of the Community Development Block Grant Advisory Committee (CDBG-AC)
The Community Development Block Grant Advisory Committee (CDBG-AC) advises the Planning & Development Department on the proposed use of CDBG funds. This committee is comprised of nine members with interests and backgrounds in understanding the needs of low-income persons and special needs populations, human services, affordable housing, real estate development, and program management. Members must reside within the City of Eugene and may not have a conflict of interested with respect to a CDBG funded activity, agency, or program. The committee meets three to four times a year in the winter and spring. They conduct program reviews, solicit and receive written comments from the public, and conduct public hearings. Recommendations are posted for public comment for no less than 30 days. All funding decisions are made by City Council.
Current CDBG-AC Members
The CDBG Advisory Committee meets between the months of January and June. In 2020, the CDBG Advisory Committee met on February 27, March 11, and April 9. CDBG-AC meeting materials and documents can be found in the folders below by year. Information about future meetings will be posted as it becomes available.
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