CDBG Public Services

The City of Peoria receives Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding each year from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Part of this federal funding is made available for not-for-profits, 501(c)3 organizations, and government agencies that serve low-income residents within the City of Peoria.  This funding is called CDBG Public Services.

2024 Application Period Open 7/24/2023 - 9/1/2023

The 2024 CDBG Public Services application will be open from Monday, July 24th, 2023 at 8:00 am to Friday, September 1st , 2023, at 2:00 pm.  You can access the application by clicking here or going to    

A recording of the application training can be found here

Please note a mandatory clarification meeting will be held on September 15th at 8:30 am at City Hall Room 404.  All applicants must be present at the meeting and provide a brief overview of their program in front of the CDBG Public Service Advisory Commission and answer any questions they may have.  

For additional questions, please email

View a list of the 2023 sub-recipients and the finalized award amounts (PDF)

Subrecipient Information

The agencies who apply for and receive this funding are called subrecipients. Subrecipients are required to track how they spend their grant funding. Because CDBG Public Services money comes from the federal government, the City of Peoria has to closely watch how it is spent. Grants staff work with subrecipients to make sure the grant is spent on eligible items in a timely manner. 

Quarterly Reporting  

Subrecipients are required to submit quarterly reports online through the Neighborly Software Portal. 

Annual Monitoring  

All programs receiving CDBG funding are monitored each year by the City of Peoria to make sure they have all the required documents and follow the correct procedures.  

CDBG Public Services Documents