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Grants Monitoring and Administration

Each year, the City of Moreno Valley manages and oversees several grant programs with funds provided by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Currently, Moreno Valley receives three separate allocations known as:

  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
  • HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME)
  • Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)

There is one application period for all three grants.

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Applying for a Grant

Non-profit agencies interested in receiving grant funds must submit a completed project application form to the Financial & Management Services Department, Financial Operations Division, to be considered.

A Notice of Funding Availability is issued each year in December, with application typically due in January of each year. Applicants may be asked to provide a brief presentation and answer questions. A technical review evaluates whether the project is sponsored by a reputable agency with non-profit status, holds a good track record, is financially feasible, and, if applicable, has a maintenance and operation commitment.

Please note that all organizations awarded grant funds (sub grantees) are required to comply with an outcome-based performance measurement system. This includes monthly statistical reporting, but may also include gathering supplementary data and research.

Granted Programs

Granted projects have been selected for Fiscal Year 2019/20:

Public Input

Moreno Valley is interested in what you think about this program. Email your comments and ideas to  grantsadmin@moval.org @moval.org

 

CDBG, HOME, and ESG Grants

Every year, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) allocates federal grant monies to qualifying cities such as the City of Moreno Valley. Currently, Moreno Valley receives three separate allocations: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG).

The amount of funding awarded to the City of Moreno Valley varies from year to year.


CDBG Grants

The purpose of the CDBG program is to enhance and maintain viable urban communities through the provision of decent housing and a suitable living environment and the expansion of economic opportunities, principally for low- and moderate-income persons.

Each year, the City of Moreno Valley receives approximately $2 million in CDBG funds to perform a wide range of activities benefitting low-to-moderate income residents. These activities include neighborhood revitalization, street improvements, code enforcement and economic development. 

CDBG activities must meet the Federal goals of developing viable urban communities by providing: decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities. The majority (70%) of persons assisted with CDBG should be considered of low-to-moderate income limits. See the List of Eligible and Ineligible Activities for details.

See the Granted Programs for FY 2019-20 and Granted Programs for FY 2018-19.


HOME Grants

The Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) was created by the National Affordable Housing Act of 1990 (NAHA). The purpose of the HOME program is:

  • To expand the supply of decent, safe, sanitary, and affordable housing, primarily rental housing.
  • To strengthen the ability of state and local government to provide housing.
  • To assure that federal housing services, financing, and other investments are provided to state and local governments in a coordinated, supportive fashion.
  • To expand the capacity of nonprofit community based housing development organizations (CHDOs).
  • To leverage private sector participation in financing affordable housing

What are CHDOs?

A Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) is a not-for-profit, community-based service organization with the capacity to develop affordable housing for the community it serves.


ESG Grants

ESG grants are provided to cities to assist, protect, and improve living conditions for the homeless. Specifically, the ESG program provides funding to:

  • Engage homeless individuals and families living on the street
  • Improve the number and quality of emergency shelters for homeless individuals and families
  • Help operate these shelters and provide essential services to shelter residents
  • Rapidly re-house and provide essential services to homeless individuals and families
  • Prevent families and individuals from becoming homeless and provide essential services to those at risk of homelessness

CDBG Reports

  • Moreno Valley Section 3 Policy and Procedures Manual-2018
    The purpose of Section 3 is to ensure that employment and other economic opportunities generated by certain HUD financial assistance shall, to the greatest extent feasible, and consistent with existing Federal, State and local laws and regulations, be directed to Low- and Very Low- income persons, particularly those who are recipients of government assistance for housing, and to business concerns which provide economic opportunities to low- and very low- income persons.
  • 2018-2023 Consolidated Plan 
    HUD requires entitlement communities to prepare a five-year planning document called the Consolidated Plan. The Consolidated Plan addresses Moreno Valley's housing and community development needs.
  • 2013-2018 Consolidated Plan 
    HUD requires entitlement communities to prepare a five-year planning document called the Consolidated Plan. The Consolidated Plan addresses Moreno Valley's housing and community development needs.
  • 2017-2018 Annual Action Plan
    The Annual Action Plan serves as the annual update to the Consolidated Plan. It identifies specific projects, programs, and resources that will be implemented during the program year.
  • 2017-2018 Consolidated Annual and Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER)

 

Neighborhood Stabilization Programs (NSP)

Learn more

See program details and reports on the NSP Program page.

The City of Moreno Valley was awarded $11,390,116 to implement the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 (NSP1) and $3,687,789 to implement the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 (NSP3) aimed at assisting the City’s areas most affected by abandoned and foreclosed homes.

The federal grant requires cities to use at least 25% of the funds to assist households earning below 50% of the area median income. The balance of the NSP funds may be used to assist households earning up to 120% of area median income.

Each program publishes an NSP Quarterly Performance Report (QPR) that provides an overview of the City's NSP program activity.