CDBG PROGRAM (626-570-5011)
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program provides cities with funds for eligible activities in the areas of housing, economic development, public facilities, social services and planning. All funded activities must meet one of the following national objectives: (1) to assist low and moderate-income households; (2) to eliminate or prevent slums or blight; or (3) to respond to an urgent need. Designated use of the funds is based on a collaborative process that comes under the guidance of the Housing and Community Development Citizen Advisory Committee (HCDA). The Committee is comprised of Alhambra residents who are given an opportunity to make recommendations concerning proposed use of the funds, range of activities, and actual use of funds designated to benefit low and very low persons.
(Update as of March 19, 2018). You may have seen a notice in Around Alhambra indicating that the Draft General Plan Update and Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) would be available for public review beginning March 23, 2018. However, the City and its consultant continue to refine both documents, and they will not be completed by this date. A new notice indicating a revised date for public review will be issued once the documents are ready. We anticipate that this will occur in the next couple of months and apologize for any inconvenience that this delay has caused. If you have already signed up for email notifications, you will be emailed when the documents are available for review. If you have not signed up and wish to be notified please send an email to: email@example.com. Please type “Request for Notification” in the subject line.
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New Century BMW dealership: Many of the Main Street Auto Row dealerships were given financial incentives to locate and/or expand, leading to approximately $3.3 million annually in sales tax revenue to the City.
Howard Street Town homes Affordable Housing Project
Main Street - Northwest Corner of First & Main