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CDBG-CV Public Facilities Quick Guide Now Available

The CDBG-CV Public Facilities Quick Guide is a user-friendly tool to help grantees select and implement Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funded public facility and infrastructure projects. This resource includes topics such as:

  • How to use CDBG-CV funds to fill in the gaps left by other funding programs
  • How to determine if the CDBG-CV program is an appropriate fit for a proposed project
  • How funds can be used to improve public facilities to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus now and in the future
  • The major steps necessary for the successful implementation of a public facilities project

Additionally, the Quick Guide describes some of the cross-cutting requirements of federal grants and HUD programs and explains what grantees should consider when a public facility may no longer be needed for its intended use.

View the CDBG-CV Public Facilities Quick Guide

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