Community Development Assistance Program (CDAP)
The Community Development Assistance Program (CDAP) is a federally funded grant program that assists Illinois communities by providing grants to local governments to assist them in financing economic development, public facilities and housing rehabilitation projects. The program is targeted to assist low-to-moderate income persons by creating job opportunities and improving the quality of their living environment. The program is limited to communities with populations under 50,000 that are not located within an entitlement city or one of the eight large urban counties that receive funds directly from the federal government. Funds are targeted toward projects that primarily benefit low-to-moderate income persons.
For information call 217-785-6142.
State of Illinois Action Plan – Supplemental CDBG Disaster Recovery 1800 (Ike) Funding from the Supplemental Appropriations Act
Community Development Block Grant – ARRA Public Notice
Community Development Block Grant Public Infrastructure – ARRA Application Guidelines
Community Development Block Grant Economic Development – ARRA Application Guidelines
Community Development Block Grant Flexible Opportunity – ARRA Application Guidelines
2) Emergency Shelter Grants Program
Provides federally funded grants to not-for-profit agencies and units of local government to rehabilitate, renovate or convert emergency shelters, to fund operational and essential service expenditures for the homeless, and to fund programs designed to prevent homelessness.
For information call 217-558-4104.