Developing the 2021 Annual Action Plan
The City of Edmond CDBG Department uses demographic, infrastructure, economic, social, and housing data to aid in developing the 2021 CDBG Action Plan. The most important part of this data collection is citizen participation. The CDBG Citizen Participation Committee hosts quarterly meetings on the third Thursday of that month to discuss CDBG programming, expenditures, community needs, and anything else CDBG related. Everyone is encouraged to attend. For meeting times and an agenda, call (405) 359-4694.
Each year, Edmond’s CDBG program assists almost 2,500 low and moderate-income individuals and families. In addition to our current CDBG programs, past construction projects include the Hope Center, Penick Park, numerous waterlines, sewer lines, storm sewers, and an ADA sidewalk starting at Fretz and Main Street extending west to the Splash Pad and north to Ida Freeman Elementary School.
In order to qualify, the applicants must reside within the Edmond city limits and the personal or household income for applicants must be less than the following HUD Income Guidelines (effective June 2022):