Community & Economic Development
Community and Economic
Joe A. Hachem, Director
26155 RICHARDSON DEARBORN HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN 48127
THREE (3) BLOCKS WEST OF BEECH DALY
TWO (2) BLOCKS SOUTH OF WARREN
PHONE (313) 791-3500 FAX (313) 791-3501
CDBG Program Year (PY) 2019
(Notice of Funds Availability)
City of Dearborn Heights Community and Economic Development Department
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program
Program Year (PY) 2019 (July 1, 2019– June 30, 2020)
NOTICE OF FUNDS AVAILABILITY
The City of Dearborn Heights is accepting proposals for its PY 2019 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded Housing and Community Development programs.
All proposals for funding must be received no later than 4:00 P.M. on January 10, 2019 to the Community and Economic Development Department, 26155 Richardson, Dearborn Heights, Michigan 48127 ATTN: Director. Any proposal(s) received after 4:00 P.M. on January 10, 2019 may not be considered for PY 2019 City of Dearborn Heights CDBG funding.
For more information visit the City of Dearborn Heights web site at
Individuals with disabilities who require special accommodations, auxiliary aids or services to respond to this notice should contact 313-791-3500. Reasonable advance notice is required.
HUD CDBG GRANT PROPOSAL INFORMATION
PROGRAM YEAR (PY) 2019
Request for Funding
The following format is designed for entities to apply for project funding through the City of Dearborn Heights' U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding program.
Please complete a separate application for each proposed use of funds. To be assured that your project request receives consideration, you must provide all information requested (if applicable). Information should be provided in a manner that is concise and complete.
Applications are due on or before 4:00 P.M. on January 10, 2019 to the Community and Economic Development Department, 26155 Richardson, Dearborn Heights, Michigan 48127 ATTN: Director.
Section I. Agency Description
- Name and Address of Agency
- Federal Employer I.D. Number (required)
- DUNS number (required)
- Contact Person Name, Phone Number and E-Mail Address
- Board of Directors
- Organizational Chart
- General description of the organization as a whole. Be sure to include a description of all services and work products, clientele, and service areas.
- Agency Audit Cycle: Please enclose a copy of the most recently completed audit report with specific documentation showing that your organization expended less than $750,000 federal dollars during any one year. PLEASE NOTE: If your organization expended more than $750,000 in federal dollars in any one year, please provide documentation. If so, a single audit is required.)
- Historical Financial Data. Provide financial statements detailing the agency's revenues and expenditures for the past three (3) years.
- Operational Budget. Provide a copy of the operational budget for the agency's current and upcoming fiscal years.
- Describe any programs or services that have been added or deleted in the past year.
- Describe and document any anticipated increases or decreases from other funding sources.
- Homeless Shelters only: Describe agency actions taken to involve homeless individuals and families in constructing, renovating, maintaining and operating shelter facilities and in providing services for the occupants of these facilities.
Section II. Proposed Project Description
- Describe the project for which you are requesting funds.
- Clearly specify the total amount of CDBG funding requested for each proposed project.
- Does the proposed project finance a new service, a quantifiable increase over existing service levels (provide data), or is it a continuation/enhancement of existing services?
- What other area agencies provide this service? Why is your organization better suited to provide this service?
- Who will benefit from this project? What percentage of the beneficiaries are Dearborn Heights residents? What percentage of those Dearborn Heights residents served is considered low income (identify source of data)? How is income status determined?
- Why is the proposed project needed? How does it serve the community? Please give short and long-term results.
- Does the project have a waiting list? Is there an identifiable un-served population in need of this project? Does this proposal increase the agency's capacity to meet those needs?
- Identify specific numeric goals/accomplishments that will be achieved by the proposed project. If applicable, goals should be stated as the number of Dearborn Heights persons or households to be served (each person or household may be counted once only).
- Will the project result in the subsequent elimination or alleviation of the need addressed by the proposed project (such as the placement of a homeless person/household into permanent housing)? If so, identify numeric goals and timetable for achievement. Please highlight any segments of the project designed to assist low-income persons to increase their income or self-reliance.
- How will the proposed project be managed and administered? What are the qualifications of the person responsible for its implementation?
- For all employment opportunities financed in whole or in part through this proposal, what efforts will be made to ensure that new or turnover job opportunities are afforded to low income persons?
- Will the proposed project be implemented if this proposal does not receive funding (or receives a reduced level of funding)? How?
Section III. Proposed Project Budget
- Identify the proposed project schedule: all projects to commence on July 1, 2019 and be completed by June 30, 2020.
- Clearly specify the total amount of CDBG funding requested for each proposed project.
- Enclose a line item project budget. If the proposed project is funded from multiple sources, the line item budget must reflect the total program with a budget breakdown by funding source. If your proposal includes a request to fund personnel costs, list the total salary and fringe benefit package (identify all funding sources) for the budgeted personnel (current and past two years).
- If your budget request is based upon a fee for service, please provide documentation or rationale for your fee structure. Please list any other revenue sources (insurance, public assistance dollars, etc.) applied to those fees.
Section IV. Sub-Recipient Agreements
In the event that your proposal is funded and approved the following will be required to be included in the sub-recipient agreement:
(i) Subrecipient name (which must match the name associated with its unique entity identifier);
(ii) Subrecipient's unique entity identifier;
(iii) Federal Award Identification Number (FAIN);
(iv) Federal Award Date (see §200.39 Federal award date) of award to the recipient by the Federal agency;
(v) Sub-award Period of Performance Start and End Date;
(vi) Amount of Federal Funds Obligated by this action by the pass-through entity to the subrecipient;
(vii) Total Amount of Federal Funds Obligated to the subrecipient by the pass-through entity including the current obligation;
(viii) Total Amount of the Federal Award committed to the subrecipient by the pass-through entity;
(ix) Federal award project description, as required to be responsive to the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA);
(x) Name of Federal awarding agency, pass-through entity, and contact information for awarding official of the Pass-through entity;
(xi) CFDA Number and Name; the pass-through entity must identify the dollar amount made available under each Federal award and the CFDA number at time of disbursement;
(xii) Identification of whether the award is R&D; and
(xiii) Indirect cost rate for the Federal award (including if the de minimis rate is charged per §200.414 Indirect (F&A) costs).
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE SUBMISSION OF YOUR PROPOSAL, PLEASE CONTACT US WELL IN ADVANCE OF THE DEADLINE FOR ASSISTANCE.
FIVE YEAR 2016-2020 CONSOLIDATED PLAN
CERTIFIED LEAD ABATEMENT
Please consider applying for the Residential Rehabilitation Program Contractor's List. The list is provided to homeowners seeking bidders for Residential Rehabilitation projects.
Please click on the following links for information:
Please follow the instructions and return the application and supporting documents to:
City of Dearborn Heights
Community and Economic Development Department
ATTN: Residential Rehabilitation Program Contractor Application
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
PLEASE NOTE: The City of Dearborn Heights Residential Rehabilitation Program provides this list as a courtesy to homeowners participating in the City of Dearborn Heights Residential Rehabilitation Program. Homeowners are not restricted to this list of contractors. Homeowners may choose to offer the bid to any certified lead abatement General Contractor or any other qualified contractor. Contractors must review the bid documents and determine if they are qualified to bid on projects funded by the CDBG program in the City of Dearborn Heights. The City does not recommend or endorse specific contractors. Women/Minority owned businesses are encouraged to apply.
RESIDENTIAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM INFORMATIONThe Community & Economic Development Department
RESIDENTIAL REHABILITATION PROGRAM
Please click on the links below for complete information:
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