Community Development is a Division of the Health, Housing, and Human Services (H3S) Department. Our director is Chuck Robbins.
Notice of Funding Availability
We are accepting project proposals for both the 2017–2019 Federal Community Development Block Grant and the Emergency Solutions Grant. Applications are due before 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016.
You may use the grant funds for housing, neighborhood improvement, and public facility projects. You may also use these funds for public services that benefit low and moderate-income people within Clackamas County. See the 2017-2019 Community Development Funding Policies.
Individuals, groups, non-profit organizations, and public agencies are eligible to apply.
For more information contact Mark Sirois, or by phone at 503-655-8591.
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Learn more about our services
- low-interest loans to low-income homeowners to pay for critical repairs
- no-interest deferred-payment loans to low-income homebuyers for down payment assistance
- small grants to low-income persons with physical disabilities for access and safety improvements
We work with cities and organizations to provide funding to assist in the development of public facilites such as senior centers and recreational facilities, infrastructure improvements such as streets, sidewalks and water lines, and
View the many planning documents and maps that guide our programs.
Review our FAQ to see if your question may have already been answered.
Question? Comment? Concern? Complaint? Suggestion? Need more information? Email or call at 503-655-8591.
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