Annually, the City of Fairfield receives funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to administer the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. This program funds various nonprofit agencies and other City departments to implement services that benefit low- and moderate-income persons, resolve slum and blight concerns, or address community development needs.
Grantees are selected through a competitive process and provide such services as senior daycare services, homeless outreach, housing rehabilitation, and infrastructure development.
The City of Fairfield has been a US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant program entitlement city since 1975. Entitlement funding is determined by a formula based on the size of the city and the total population in poverty. Use the following links to view more detailed information about the CDBG program.
To add an agency’s name to the CDBG interest list or for more information about Fairfield’s CDBG program, please contact Housing Finance Analyst Sullina Sanchez via email or by phone at 707-428-7729.
The City of Fairfield receives funds annually from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to administer the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. This program funds various nonprofit agencies and other City departments to implement services that benefit low- and moderate-income persons, resolve slum and blight concerns, or address community development needs.
In preparation for the City of Fairfield’s CDBG Annual Action Plan for FY 2020-2021, the City is collecting input from community members to identify priority CDBG spending needs for Program Year 2020. The official program timeline for Program Year 2020 is July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. Local input is very valuable and affects funding decisions for the 2020 Program Year. Please take a few minutes and share your feedback with the City.
The Consolidated Plan identifies the priority community development needs for the City of Fairfield, including housing, neighborhood development, infrastructure improvements, anti-poverty strategies, and human services. The priority needs are then ranked as high, medium or low priorities.
The 2017-2022 Consolidated Plan, adopted by City Council on August 15, 2017, identifies the strategies for addressing the priority community needs for the five years ending June 2022.
Additionally, HUD approved the City's Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) Plan, addressing the needs of the community under NRSA goals and guidelines. Review the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative Plan.
The Citizen Participation Plan (CPP) is designed to specifically encourage public participation in the development or amendment process by low- and moderate-income persons, particularly residents of slum and blighted areas or predominately low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, where HUD program funding is proposed to be used. Specific public engagement is required for developing the following activities:
The updated CPP was adopted by City Council on January 21, 2020.
Every year, the City prepares an Annual Action and Funding Plan, which details the projects and programs to be undertaken with the City's federal entitlement funds in achieving the goals identified in the Five-Year Consolidated Plan. The Action Plan also outlines the goals and proposed outcomes for funded projects.
The CAPER is a summary of the progress toward meeting the goals and objectives that were outlined in the Consolidated Plan and its Annual Action for that reporting period.
One of the City of Fairfield's subrecipients of the FY 18/19 CDBG program is the Fairfield Community Services Foundation. In partnership with City of Fairfield's Parks & Recreation Department, this funding award supports a year-round after school program called Fun on the Run.The program is a mobile unit that visits neighborhoods such as Crowley Lane, Grande Circle, Grace Church, and many more offering free recreational services for ages 4 to 15 years old. This program is aimed to promote social development and sense of community to the heart of the under-served children in Fairfield. Through direct engagement, this program allows for a safe place for long-standing friendships to be forged as well as games and crafts to be enjoyed.
Highlight on CDBG Subrecipient - Meals On Wheels of Solano County
City Managers Office, 1000 Webster Street - 4th Floor, Fairfield, CA 94533
Housing Finance Analyst, Sullina Sanchez 707-428-7729 or via email.
The City of Fairfield does not discriminate against any individual with a disability or limited English proficiency. City publications will be made available upon request in the appropriate format to persons with a disability or language requirement. If you require an accommodation, an auxiliary aid or service to participate, please contact Shelley Tiran via email or phone at 707-428-7609.