CDBG Disaster Recovery - Overview

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced it approved Colorado’s Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Action Plan. The Plan outlines how Colorado will distribute $62.8 million in grant dollars received from HUD for flood recovery programs.

During a visit in December of 2013, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan announced the funding award and that it would go toward needs not addressed through other sources of public and private assistance such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Small Business Administration. With acceptance of this disaster action plan, the long-term and sustainable disaster recovery can continue.  

This grant will support recovery efforts in 18 Presidentially declared flood-impacted counties, with a majority of the funds going to the most impacted counties: Boulder, Larimer and Weld. Programs will focus on housing, public infrastructure, long-term planning and economic development and, as stipulated by the grant, 50 percent of the funds will be distributed to low- and moderate-income households.

Applications for the funds were made available Friday, May 2, 2014, online at The State will work with all applicants to release the money as soon as possible.

How can the CDBG-DR action plan work for me?

News Feed

09/25/2014 10:23 am - PSA - Mental Health Crisis Hotline
08/27/2014 11:10 am - LYONS FLOOD RECOVERY VIDEO
08/01/2014 03:29 pm - Colorado United Day of Service
07/30/2014 11:51 am - Tourism Up Despite Flooding
07/29/2014 10:13 am - CDOT Launches Flood Recovery Website
05/27/2014 09:31 pm - Highway 144 Reopens near Goodrich
05/21/2014 04:38 pm - I-76 Closure Tomorrow
04/25/2014 03:16 pm - ST. VRAIN STATE PARK REOPENS MAY 15
03/07/2014 11:22 am - April 5 - Jamestown Volunteer Day
03/07/2014 11:20 am - March 29 - Lyons Day of Service
03/06/2014 02:13 pm - CCTV Spot on US 36 CDOT Project

Mailing List Signup