Federal Grants - Community Development Block Grant
The City of Bremerton Project Review Committee is pleased to announce the funding recommendations for the 2019 CDBG Program year. Please click here to download the CDBG Plan Review Committee Funding Recommendations (PDF) and CDBG Project Descriptions (PDF). The Project Review Committee is made up of community volunteers appointed by the Mayor as well as a representative of the City Council, a representative of the Planning Commission and members of City staff. These funding recommendations are open for public comment. You are welcome to review and provide public comment to:
These funding recommendations will be adopted at a public hearing on Wednesday, November 7th, beginning at 5:30 PM in the Council Chambers at the Norm Dicks Government Center located at 345 6th street. We will be also taking public testimony at this time.
The City of Bremerton is an Entitlement Community under the federally funded Community Development Block Grant Program. Funds are received annually from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for local projects that primarily benefit low income people.
Most Block Grant assistance is used for large-scale projects and programs that are carried out in partnership with local agencies and contractors. Currently the City of Bremerton does not have programs that can assist your household directly. If you need assistance for you or your household please feel free to contact the Housing Solutions Center 360-377-0053.
Upon advance request, the City will provide for interpretation or translation services to meet the needs of non-English speaking residents. The City will take appropriate actions to serve the needs of persons with disabilities.
CDBG and HOME are federal block grant programs from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that provide communities with flexible funding to address a wide range of community development needs.
The City of Bremerton receives this block grant funding each year to expand economic opportunities, and provide a suitable living environment and decent housing--principally for our low- and moderate-income community members.
The City’s Block Grant funding has touched countless lives and impacted our community in many ways, great and small. Available below are links to information about our annual awards, policies, performance reports, and more.
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME)