HUD & Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funding and Reports

Final Draft 2022 Annual Action Plan (AAP)

The City of Seattle announces the release of the Final Draft 2022 Annual Action Plan (AAP) to the 2018-2022 Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development. The Draft 2022 AAP includes guidance for the allocation of an estimated $17.8 million of federal grant and program revenue funds [$9,607,578 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, $4,304,865 in HOME program funds, $801,321 in Emergency Shelter Grant Program (ESG) funds, and $3,150,304 in Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) funds] from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

The 2022 Annual Action Plan responds to HUD requirements for the City of Seattle to access these funds. It describes the allocations of these funds to address housing, homeless services, community development, and economic development needs of the City’s low and moderate income residents and neighborhoods.

2020 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)

In 2020, the City of Seattle expended over $22 million of Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds via the following programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDs (HOPWA) and HOME Investment Partnerships. This included approximately $5.5 million of CARES Act COVID-19 relief funds through the CDBG, ESG and HOPWA programs.

To download or view the complete report, click below:

To submit a comment about this report, please contact:

Dan Burton
Federal Grants Manager
Human Services Department
PO Box 34215                                          
Seattle WA  98124-4215
(206) 684-0288 / E-mail: BlockGrants@seattle.gov 

Allocation of federal CARES Act revenue

The City of Seattle, as directed by the CARES Act, is substantially amending its Annual Action Plan to accept the second round of CARES Act funding from the Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG).

As amended by the CARES Act, the City is required to publish how it has and will utilize its allocation of ESG funds. Please bookmark this site as it will be updated when a plan for spending is finalized.

Please click here for more information about the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program

For comments or questions, please contact:         

Dan Burton
Federal Grants Manager
Human Services Department
PO Box 34215                                          
Seattle WA  98124-4215
(206) 684-0288//E-mail: BlockGrants@seattle.gov 

The funds noted above have been allocated by the City as outlined below:

Revenue Source
CARES Act Allocation
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) CARES Act Round 2 $26,485,029 
TOTAL = $26,485,029    

Seattle's 2018-2022 Consolidated Plan For Housing And Community Development

The City of Seattle announces the release of the 2018-2022 Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development. The 2018-2022 Consolidated includes proposed guidance for the allocation of an estimated $17 million of federal grant and program revenue funds [approximately $9.8 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, $4.2 million in HOME program funds, $796,000 in Emergency Shelter Grant Program (ESG) funds and $2.3 million in Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) funds] from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

This report includes final 2018 allocations from the federal Housing and Urban Development department (HUD), updates to the project activity list and updated narratives for the Community Participation Plan. Contact Debra Rhinehart at (206) 684-0574 or debra.rhinehart@seattle.gov for questions or to request a printed copy of the draft plan.  

2017 Assessment of Fair Housing in response to HUD Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule

The 2017 City of Seattle (City) and Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) Assessment of Fair Housing (Assessment) responds to the requirements of HUD's December 2015 Final Rule requiring jurisdictions to make a baseline assessment of their compliance with the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule.