Housing and community development needs change over time and so do a community's preferences about those needs. That's why the City of Glendale has developed a survey to try to capture the housing and community development preferences of individuals in Glendale. Responses to this City survey will help shape a housing and community development five-year plan that influences how CDBG, ESG, and HOME funds get spent.
These three Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs offer financial support from the federal government to help communities across the country, including Glendale, meet their housing and community development needs. CDBG, ESG and HOME funds aim to aid in the prevention or elimination of slum and blight conditions, benefits people with low and moderate income, the homeless, the elderly, and the handicapped, and to increase affordable housing opportunities and supply.
The City of Glendale has a successful track record with HUD funding. More information about past funding and its use can be found in the action plans listed at the City's website here. CDBG is managed through the City's Community Services and Parks Department, which can be reached at (818) 548-2000.
City of Glendale Housing Division
Attention: Maggie Kavarian
141 N. Glendale Ave Second Floor
Glendale CA 91206