Douglas County legal - 44603

 Request for Participation and Grant Applications and 

Notice for Public Meetings Community Development 

Block Grant Program (CDBG) 

Douglas County is now accepting applications for the 2025 CDBG Grant Cycle. The public is invited to provide ideas and comments, and 

present potential projects. 

An informational meeting will be held at the following time and location: 

Friday, July 26, 2024 at 11:00 AM 

Douglas County Community Development Department 

1594 Esmeralda Avenue (Minden Inn) Third Floor, Room 306 

Minden, Nevada 89423 

Items discussed at the meeting will include: 

1. CDBG program overview and national objectives. 

2. Minimum qualifications. 

3. Grant application and selection process. 

4. Summary of past projects and performances. 

For the 2025 grant year HUD is expected to allocate approximately 

$2.8 million for grants towards community facilities, planning and 

capacity building, economic development, micro enterprise programs, 

and low/moderate income development (allocation amount subject to 

approval by congress). 

Grants are available on a competitive basis to Nevada’s non-entitlement 

rural cities and counties. Eligible projects must meet one of the 

following: 1) benefit low-to-moderate income persons, 2) aid in the 

elimination of slums or blight, or 3) solve an urgent need that poses a 

threat to the public health and safety. 

Complete grant applications must be submitted to the Community Development Department via ZoomGrants.com. Deadlines are as follows: 

• October 18, 2024, Application deadline in Zoomgrants.com 

for state CDBG Office 

• February 7, 2025, Application deadline for applications to 

Community Development 

• February 21, 2025, CDBG grants deadline; 

Complete applications due to state CDBG Office for 2025 Grant Funding 

For more information regarding the CDBG program, please contact 

Linda Doherty at (775) 782-6209 or ldoherty@douglasnv.us. 

The County will hold two additional public meetings to evaluate and 

select two to three grant proposals to forward to the State for funding 

consideration. The meetings are as follows: 

• September 5, 2024, Board of Commissioners Meeting 

• December 5, 2024, Board of Commissioners Meeting 

Douglas County does not discriminate because of the handicapped 

status of any person in the admission or access to County facilities. 

Persons with disabilities who require special accommodations or assistance should notify Coleen Thran-Zepeda at (775) 782-9012. 

Pub Date: July 3, 2024 Ad # 44603

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