Federal Grant Application Process

2020 to 2021 Grant Application Process

  • The City of Garland uses an annual, consolidated grant process for funding of its Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership, and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). It relies on citizen input to decide what the specific goals and projects and priorities should be for the upcoming grant year. Please provide your input by either:
  • Attending a public meeting
  • Filling out the citizen survey in either English or Spanish

Public Meetings

Information sessions will be held on the following dates to learn more about the grant application process:

Date
Location
Time
Jan. 22, 2020Public Input Meeting - 800 Main Street - Bluebonnet Room6 p.m.
Feb. 14, 2020Nonprofit Entity Meeting - 800 Main Street - Housing and Community Services1:30 p.m.
Feb. 17, 2020Nonprofit Entity Meeting - 800 Main Street - Housing and Community Services1:30 p.m.
April 7, 2020Public Hearing - Federal Grants - 217 N. Fifth, Garland Council Chambers7 p.m.



Citizen Survey

A survey will be provided for written comments on the consolidated plan priorities and potential use of Housing and Urban Development funds for the upcoming year.

The survey is not an application for funds. Comments regarding the funding of projects will be forwarded to the appropriate service provider before the submission of their applications for funding. A summary of all comments received will be included with applications submitted to City Council for their review. Please complete only one survey per person.

Grant Applicants - Public Service Agencies

Notice: CDBG, Home Infill, and ESG Federal grant program applications will be available on Feb. 14,  2020.  

CDBG Public Services Grant Application for 20-21 Program Year

ESG Grant Application for 20-21 Program Year