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Ryan Steinbeigle
Grants Administrator
Davis County CED 
(801) 451-3495
rsteinbeigle@co.davis.ut.us

Davis County administers several grant programs which are funded by federal or state resources. Each has different objectives and benefit different communities or residents of the County. These grant programs are listed below with summaries of their objectives, descriptions and application information.

NOTICE OF FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

 

All organizations wishing to submit grant applications for CDBG Hard Cost or Community & Support Services for FY22-23 must submit a letter of intent (LOI) by October 10, 2022 at 5 pm to the Davis County Community and Economic Department, Attn: Ryan Steinbeigle, Grant Administrator at rsteinbeigle@co.davis.ut.us.  You may also call 801-451-3495 with any questions.

 

LOI Requirements: Please include a short narrative of the project, the project location, the anticipated total cost of the project and the portion that would be requested through this funding opportunity, and a description of how any past monitoring findings have been resolved if the county has had any such findings.

 

Eligibility: Non-profit Agencies, Davis County Non-entitlement Cities, Quasi-Government Agencies, and Davis County Departments.

 

Opportunity: Two funding opportunities for period January 1, 2023 to December 30, 2023.   

 

 

Community Development Block Grant

(CDBG) “Hard Cost Projects”

 (Housing, Public Facility, Improvements, Infrastructure Improvements)

Funds will be used to support housing choices through home improvement programs, homeownership, land acquisition for housing development; neighborhood revitalization and improvements to infrastructure and neighborhood facilities.

 

Community and Support Service Programs
(CDBG Public Service and CDBG-CV)

Funds will be used to increase education, support case management, educational & training opportunities, and foster healthier families by addressing the identified basic needs as well as fundamental housing, food, health, and safety concerns.  Public services created to respond and/or prevent the spread of COVID that are on-going or services that are continuing at an increased level as a result of COVID-19 are eligible for CDBG-CV funding.

 

 

Income Qualifications and Service Area

CDBG recipients must provide activities that serve clients at or below 80% AMI, who live in the “Urban County” area, (excluding Layton and Clearfield who receive their own CDBG allocation).

 

Minimum Funding Requests

Community Development Block Grant    (CDBG) Hard Costs:                                         $50,000

Community and Support Services           (CDBG Public Services and CDBG-CV):                        $25,000

 

CDBG funding must comply with priorities of the Davis County Consolidated Plan 2021-2025  

 

 

REQUIRED TRAINING AND APPLICATION PERIOD

Applications who express an interest to apply for CDBG funding will be required to attend a training in November prior to submitting an application.  Information regarding the date, time, and location of the training will be provided to those applicants that provide a LOI.  Additionally, the application period is expected to open shortly after the required training.  More details will be provided to those that submit a LOI.







AVISO DE OPORTUNIDAD DE FINANCIAMIENTO

Todas las organizaciones que deseen presentar solicitudes de subvención para CDBG Hard Cost o Community & Support Services para el año fiscal 22-23 deben enviar una carta de intención (LOI) antes del 10 de octubre de 2022 a las 5 p . m. al Departamento Económico y Comunitario del Condado de Davis, Attn: Ryan Steinbeigle , administrador de subvenciones en rsteinbeigle@co.davis.ut.us . También puede llamar al 801-451-3495 si tiene alguna pregunta.

 

Requisitos de la LOI: incluya una breve descripción del proyecto, la ubicación del proyecto, el costo total anticipado del proyecto y la parte que se solicitaría a través de esta oportunidad de financiamiento, y una descripción de cómo se resolvieron los hallazgos de monitoreo anteriores si el condado ha tenido tales hallazgos.

 

Elegibilidad : agencias sin fines de lucro, ciudades sin derechos del condado de Davis, agencias cuasi gubernamentales y departamentos del condado de Davis.

 

Oportunidad : dos oportunidades de financiamiento para el período del 1 de enero de 2023 al 30 de diciembre de 2023.

 

Subvención en bloque para el desarrollo comunitario

(CDBG) “Proyectos de Costo Duro”

(Vivienda, Instalación Pública, Mejoras, Mejoras de Infraestructura)

Los fondos se utilizarán para apoyar las opciones de vivienda a través de programas de mejora del hogar, propiedad de vivienda, adquisición de terrenos para el desarrollo de viviendas; revitalización del vecindario y mejoras a la infraestructura y las instalaciones del vecindario.

 

Programas de servicios comunitarios y de apoyo
(Servicio público de CDBG y CDBG-CV)

Los fondos se utilizarán para aumentar la educación, apoyar la administración de casos, las oportunidades educativas y de capacitación, y fomentar familias más saludables al abordar las necesidades básicas identificadas, así como las preocupaciones fundamentales de vivienda, alimentación, salud y seguridad. Los servicios públicos creados para responder y/o prevenir la propagación de COVID que están en curso o los servicios que continúan a un nivel mayor como resultado de COVID-19 son elegibles para la financiación de CDBG-CV.

 

Calificaciones de ingresos y área de servicio

Los beneficiarios de CDBG deben proporcionar actividades que sirvan a clientes con un AMI del 80% o menos , que viven en el área del "Condado urbano" ( excluyendo a Layton y Clearfield que reciben su propia asignación de CDBG).

Solicitudes de Financiamiento Mínimo

Subvención en bloque para el desarrollo comunitario (CDBG) Costos directos:                $50,000

Servicios Comunitarios y de Apoyo (CDBG Public Services y CDBG-CV):                       $25,000

 

Los fondos de CDBG deben cumplir con las prioridades del Plan Consolidado del Condado de Davis 2021-2025

 

FORMACIÓN REQUERIDA Y PERÍODO DE APLICACIÓN

Las solicitudes que expresen interés en solicitar fondos de CDBG deberán asistir a una capacitación en noviembre antes de presentar una solicitud. Se proporcionará información sobre la fecha, la hora y el lugar de la capacitación a aquellos solicitantes que proporcionen una LOI. Además, se espera que el período de solicitud se abra poco después de la capacitación requerida. Se proporcionarán más detalles a aquellos que presenten una LOI.


AVISO DE OPORTUNIDAD DE FINANCIAMIENTO

Todas las organizaciones que deseen presentar solicitudes de subvención para CDBG Hard Cost o Community & Support Services para el año fiscal 22-23 deben enviar una carta de intención (LOI) antes del 10 de octubre de 2022 a las 5 p . m. al Departamento Económico y Comunitario del Condado de Davis, Attn: Ryan Steinbeigle , administrador de subvenciones en rsteinbeigle@co.davis.ut.us . También puede llamar al 801-451-3495 si tiene alguna pregunta.

Notice of Funding Opportunity for Davis County Community Development Block Grant

All organizations wishing to submit grant applications for CDBG Hard Cost or Community & Support Services for FY22-23 must submit a letter of intent (LOI) by October 10, 2022 at 5 pm to the Davis County Community and Economic Department, Attn: Ryan Steinbeigle, Grant Administrator at rsteinbeigle@co.davis.ut.us.  You may also call 801-451-3495 with any questions.

Davis County’s CDBG/SSBG process begins annually in October/November publically noticed mandatory pre-application meeting.  Both grant applications open through ZoomGrants™, on the Davis County website, in mid-November and close in mid-December. The County reviews all applications and then a community appointed review committee in January/February for final review and consideration for scoring. After reviewing and scoring notices are sent out to subrecipients of decisions in March. Environmental Reviews, Contracting is completed from April through June with projects beginning in July.

Hard Costs: Community Development Block Grant


Hard Costs" include the some of the following: Housing, Public Facility Improvements & Infrastructure Improvements

Funds are geared toward providing individuals within the community a suitable living environment, including affordable/decent housing and revitalized neighborhoods by expanding economic opportunities primarily for low-to-moderate income (LMI) persons. Project proposals must be for activities located within the eligible boundaries of Davis County or demonstrate the clients served, for which County CDBG funds will be used, reside within Davis County.  The County includes the cities of: Bountiful, Centerville, Clinton, Farmington, Fruit Heights, Kaysville, North Salt Lake, South Weber, Sunset, Syracuse, West Bountiful, West Point, Woods Cross and the balance of the unincorporated county.


CDBG Eligibility Map
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Soft Costs: Community & Support Services


Types of Projects Funded

Funds are geared toward expanding and fostering healthier families by addressing identified fundamental housing, food, health, and safety concerns. 

Services in this category can include: case management, legal services, operational costs of food pantries, prevention & intervention, rapid-rehousing (rent and deposit payments), shelter operational costs, and special services for youth at risk of criminal involvement. 

Applicants must provide activities that serve clients at/below 80% area median income (AMI), who live in Davis County.

Government entities are NOT eligible to receive CDBG public services funds.  Non-profits must submit proof of existing 501c3 state to be eligible for funding.

All applications must comply with the federal program requirements depending on the funding awarded for each project.

 

Social Services Block Grant (SSBG)

Funds are geared toward expanding opportunities and fostering healthier families by addressing the identified education and income needs as well as fundamental housing, food, health, and safety concerns.

Services to Persons with Disabilities, Case Management, Health-related services, Medical Transportation, Foster care, Substance abuse, Home-delivered & Congregate Meals, Independent/Transitional living, Employment services or any other Social Services found necessary.

Applicants must have documented established guidelines for serving low and moderate income households.

Non-profits (501c3) and government entities which directly provide human service to Davis County residents are eligible to submit project proposals.

All applications must comply with the federal program requirements depending on the funding awarded for each project.


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Community Resources


Homeowners/Home Ownership:

Davis Community Housing Authority

http://daviscommunityhousing.com/

Community Development Corporation of Utah

https://cdcutah.org/

Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties

https://www.habitatwd.org/

Utah Community Action (weatherization)

https://www.utahca.org/weatherization/

Fair Credit Foundation

https://faircredit.org/

Catholic Community Services

http://www.ccsutah.org/

Utah Affordable Housing database

https://jobs.utah.gov/jsp/housing/

Food Bank:

Bountiful Community Food Bank

https://bountifulfoodpantry.org/

Open Doors

https://opendoorsutah.org/

Utah Foodbank

https://www.utahfoodbank.org/

Seniors:

Davis County Aging & Adult Services

https://www.daviscountyutah.gov/health/aging-and-adult-services

Homeless Resources:

St. Anne’s/Lantern House

https://www.stannescenter.org/

Physical & Mental Disabilities:

TURN Community Services

https://www.turncommunityservices.org

Disability Law Center

http://www.disabilitylawcenter.org/housing

PARC Community Services

https://www.parc-ut.org/

Utah Anti-discrimination & Labor Division

https://laborcommission.utah.gov/divisions/AntidiscriminationAndLabor/

Addiction /Substance Abuse & Recovery:

Davis Behavioral Health (801) 773-7060 934 S Main Street Layton, Utah 84041

http://www.dbhutah.org/

Odyssey House of Utah  801-322-3222 344 East 100 South, Suite 301, SLC 84111

http://www.odysseyhouse.org/

Veterans:

State of Utah

https://veterans.utah.gov/

VA Homeless Program 801-582-1565 ext. 2746 2970 S Main St, SLC, UT

 

CDBG-CV COVID-19 Community Response Grant (CARES Act)


Davis County received CDBG-CV funding through the CARES Act from the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) supporting critical community services and emergency response support during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The County seeks proposals as needed from eligible, non-profit (501(c)3 organizations), cities and quasi-governmental agencies that provide critical Public Services activities (24 CFR 570.201) which meet HUD National Objectives for community development needs to support Low-to-Moderate Income (LMI) persons/families residing in the Davis County entitlement area.

Only projects that meet HUD's criteria for of Community Development Block Grant funds to be used to “prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19)” in Davis County will be awarded funds through this application process. County Departments, eligible Participating Cities, Non-Profit Agencies (501(c)3) and quasi-governmental entities may submit proposal(s) for Projects serving residents of Davis County, which meet National Objectives as defined by HUD.


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**The application process is now closed for the Davis CARES grant. Please check back periodically for additional info on possible future rounds of funding**

 

The Davis CARES Business Grant Program (the “Davis CARES Program”) is offered pursuant to funding received by Davis County (the “County”) and its partnering cities, through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”). Funding will be made available to a limited number of businesses, with less than 50 employees that meet specific requirements set by the Davis CARES Program.

The Davis CARES Program will use CARES Act funding, received by the County and its partnering cities, to provide grants of a minimum of $5,000 and up to $30,000, dependent on number of employees at applicant business. The applicant business must demonstrate a significant impact as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to be considered for funding.

Applications will be accepted starting on July 6, 2020. In order to be considered for the first round of funding, completed applications must be submitted by July 10, 2020 at 11:59 PM via the County’s ZoomGrants portal (see below). Funds will be disbursed until the funds are exhausted. Due to the anticipated number of submissions and limited funding, applications will be ranked based on predetermined priorities.


Contact Information

Physical Address
Davis County Admin Building
61 South Main Street (Suite 304)
Farmington, Utah 84025

Mailing Address
Davis County Economic Development
P.O. Box 618
Farmington, Utah 84025

Phone Numbers
(801) 451-3279 - Economic Dev.
(801) 451-3237 - Tourism
(801) 451-3278 - Planning / Zoning /Building

(801) 451-3281 - Fax

Office Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(except county holidays)

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