The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is a federally funded program through the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Roseville projects completed with CDBG funds since 1986 include: Public works projects in low-income neighborhoods such as: sidewalk, curb and gutter repairs, water line replacement and street lighting.

  • The removal of blight in Historic Old Town through the demolition of the Roseville Hotel, relocation of remaining business and the preparation for future affordable housing development at 134 Main Street.
  • The removal of architectural barriers for persons with disabilities at Johnson Pool. 
  • Housing rehabilitation loans and grants for low-income homeowners.


2019-2020 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Year Funds

Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing (HPRR) Funds; and Notice of Public Meeting for the CDBG and HPRR Applicant Workshop and Preparation of the 2019 Annual Action Plan.

The City of Roseville is beginning its annual planning for the 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Year. The City is also using this application process to award its 2018 Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing (HPRR) funding.

The City of Roseville Housing Division will hold a Community Needs Discussion and an Applicant Workshop on: Thursday, January 10, 2019, at 10:00am and 11:00am respectively, in Civic Center Meeting Rooms 1 & 2, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA. This community discussion will solicit public comments on local priority needs that will guide the preparation of the City of Roseville’s 2019 Annual Action Plan. The subsequent meeting will discuss the 2019-2020 application for CDBG and HPRR funding.

Applications will be accepted through ZoomGrants. Please click here to be taken to the City's ZoomGrants landing page.

Please note the following key dates in the application process.

  • 12/10/2018 – Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) and applications released

  • 01/10/2019 – Community Needs (10:00am) & Applicant Workshop (11:00am)

  • 02/12/2019 – Applications due by 11:59pm, via ZoomGrants

  • 03/15/2019 – Draft Annual Action Plan released for 30-day public comment period

  • 04/17/2019 – City Council Meeting (Public Hearing) on 2019 Annual Action Plan and funding decisions

  • 05/15/2019 – Annual Action Plan due to HUD

Questions or requests for information related to the application questions and requirements should be directed to Kristine Faelz, Housing Analyst kpfaelz@roseville.ca.us (916) 774-5451

To see the Notice of Public Meeting and Request for Public Comment, click HERE

To see the Notice of Public Meeting and Request for Public Comment in Spanish, click HERE.


CDBG funds can be used for a wide variety of community development activities that benefit low-income City of Roseville residents. 

Types of eligible activities can include:

  • Acquisition of Real Property Public Facilities and Improvements
  • Economic Development
  • Public Services
  • Removal of Architectural Barriers
  • Commercial and Residential Property Rehabilitation
  • Historic Preservation
  • Planning Activities
  • Program Administration

CDBG funds must meet a National Objective and qualify as an Eligible Activity:

  • Benefit to Low and Moderate Income Persons
  • Aid in the Prevention of Slums and Blight
  • Urgent Need

For additional information about the National Objective and Eligible & Ineligible Activities, please visit HUD's website here


2018 Income Limits (Roseville belongs to the Sacramento PMSA)

Family Size

Total Income

Family Size

Total Income

1

$44,900

5

$69,250

2

$51,300

6

$74,400

3

$57,700

7

$79,500

4

$64,100

8

$84,650

 

2017 Consolidated Plan

Each year the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides funding for housing and community development programs to the City of Roseville, specifically Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and other federal housing funds. In order to receive these funds, the City must complete a report every three to five years called the Consolidated Plan.

The purpose of the Consolidated Plan is to identify the City's housing and community development needs, priorities, goals, and strategies and to stipulate how funds will be allocated to housing and community development activities over the period of the Consolidated Plan. The City's 2015 - 2019 Consolidated Plan was adopted by City Council on May 20, 2015; the plan covers the period from July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2020.

The City’s Housing Division was the lead agency in developing the 2015–2019 Consolidated Plan (Plan). The Plan was prepared in accordance with HUD’s Office of Community and Planning Development (CPD) eCon Planning Suite (launched in May 2012), including the Consolidated Plan template in IDIS (Integrated Disbursement and Information System). Most of the data tables in the Plan are populated with default data from the US Census Bureau, mainly 2007–2011 Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) and American Community Survey (ACS) data. Other sources are noted throughout the Plan, including the addition of more recent data where practical. The research process involved the analysis of the following key components: demographic, economic, and housing data; affordable housing market; special needs populations (homeless and non-homeless); consultation with public and private agencies; and citizen participation.

The Plan process also included the development of the first-year 2015 Annual Action Plan, which is the annual plan the City prepares pursuant to the goals outlined in the Consolidated Plan. As a recipient of Community Development Block Grant funds, the City is required to submit to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) an Annual Action Plan document which outlines the City’s most urgent needs, a strategy for how the City will meet those needs and an investment plan identifying how the City will use available government and private resources to implement its strategy. The Action Plan details the activities the City will undertake to address the housing and community development needs and local objectives using CDBG and other housing funds received during 2015 Program Year (PY).

For questions or information regarding the City’s 2018 Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan, please contact Rob Sronce at (916) 774-5451.

2017 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)

The City of Roseville has prepared its 2017 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). The CAPER provides information regarding the City's expenditure of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds as well as an evaluation of the City’s progress in carrying out priorities and specific objectives identified in the Strategic Plan and activities identified in the Action Plan. The CAPER covers the period July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.

The report and public notice will be available on the City's website HERE no later than August 31, 2018. 

https://www.roseville.ca.us/residents/affordable_housing/community_development_block_grant_cdbg/


The draft CAPER may be also reviewed during regular office hours at the City's Housing Division, 316 Vernon Street, Ste. 150.

The CAPER public comment period is September 4, 2018 through the September 18, 2018. For questions or additional information, please call Rob Sronce, Housing Consultant, at (916) 774-5451. Written comments or questions may also be sent by email to rsronce@roseville.ca.us or by mail to the Housing Division Attn: Rob Sronce, City of Roseville, 316 Vernon Street, Ste. 150, Roseville, CA 95678.





Citizen Participation Plan

The City of Roseville is required by federal regulation (Section 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 91) to have a detailed Citizen Participation Plan, which contains the City's policies and procedures for public involvement in the Consolidated Plan process and the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. This Citizen Participation Plan must be available to the public.

Purpose: Federal regulations require that our Citizen Participation Plan both provide for and encourage public participation, emphasizing involvement by low-income persons -- especially those living in low-income neighborhoods. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) expects the City to take whatever actions are appropriate to encourage the participation of minorities, persons who do not speak English, and persons with disabilities.

The Role of Low-Income Persons: Federal regulations declare that the primary purpose of the programs covered by this Citizen Participation Plan is to improve communities by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, and growing economic opportunities, principally for low-income persons.

Since the amount of federal CDBG funds that the City of Roseville receives each year from HUD is based upon the level of both poverty and substandard housing conditions in Roseville, it is necessary that public participation genuinely involve lower-income residents who experience these conditions. Involvement by low-income residents is encouraged at all stages of the process, including needs and activities determination as well as funding allocations.

For questions or information regarding the City's Citizen Participation Plan, please contact Suzanne Acrell at (916) 774-5469.

View the Citizen Participation Plan

2015 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI)

The Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice is a review of impediments to fair housing choice in the public and private sector. Impediments to fair housing choice are any actions, omissions, or decisions taken because of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin, which restrict housing choices or the availability of housing choices. Policies, practices or procedures that appear neutral on their face, but which operate to deny or adversely affect the provision of housing to persons of any particular race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin may constitute such impediments.

As part of the Consolidated Plan, CDBG grantees are required to submit a certification to HUD that states they will affirmatively further fair housing in their community. The certification further requires that he grantee undertake fair housing planning through: 1) the completion of an Analysis of Impediments (AI) to Fair Housing in the community; 2) the undertaking of actions to eliminate identified impediments; and 3) the maintenance of records regarding the analysis and actions.

For questions or information regarding the City's 2015 AI, please contact Suzanne Acrell at (916) 774-5469.

2015 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice