City of Saginaw MI -
Community Development Block Grant
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Division administers federally awarded funds to the City of Saginaw. These funds are awarded annually from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the entitlement process. These funds are used for a variety of projects that include revitalization of residential neighborhoods, economic development activities, and public services.
Housing Rehabilitation Programs
The CDBG staff administers several programs for single-family, homeowner-occupied residences. Grants or loans may be available for income-qualified households in targeted neighborhoods. For more information on these programs contact the housing rehabilitation offices at (989) 759-1479.
CDBG, HOME, and ESG Programs
The CDBG staff also oversees the distribution process of the annual entitlement that is awarded within the City of Saginaw. Staff provides guidance to the Human Planning Commission on the annual recommendations for awarding of the grant funds. The application window usually begins the Wednesday after Labor Day and is open for approximately 30 days. Presentations are made to the Human Planning Commission for funding considerations and the city council usually makes the final decision in February for the fiscal year beginning on July 1st. Applications will be available on this website once the window opens. Questions regarding the application process should be directed to (989) 759-1551.
Reports2014-2015 Draft Annual Action Plan
2013-2014 Annual Action Plan
2011-16 Consolidated Plan
2012-2013 DRAFT Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER)
CDBG, ESG, and HOME Applications
City Hall, Second Floor
Telephone (989) 759-1551
Fax (989) 759-1592
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LIGHT UP THE CITY
The 'Light Up the City' initiative is a community outreach action plan working toward crime prevention through community participation. The initiative provides leadership from law enforcement and unites partners with community organizations; local residents, politicians, healthcare organizations, educators, housing organizations and other stake holders.
ROAD CONSTRUCTION:- Hermansau Street And Weiss Street Traffic Signal Project
- S. Hamilton Street Reconstruction Project Between Court And Lyon