Community Development Block Grants - Disaster Recovery

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For more information on past CDBG-DR disaster periods, please see the Disaster Information section below.

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On June 2, 2018, President Donald Trump approved Missouri’s request for a major disaster declaration (DR-4317) in response to the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding during the period of April 28 to May 11, 2017. On April 10, 2018, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) allocated nearly $28 billion in Community Development Block Grant disaster recovery (CDBG–DR) funds for unmet needs due to the national disasters of 2017.  Of that 28 billion, Missouri will receive an allocation of $58,535,000 in disaster recovery funds to help alleviate the unmet housing, infrastructure, and economic.

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Complaints should be sent in writing to:

CDBG Program Manager
P.O.  Box 118
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Mocdbg-dr@ded.mo.gov
1-844-487-0499

 

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Upload Program Application(s) and Documents

The FTP is a file system that allows you to send large documents that are too big to go through email.

To upload a file to the CDBG FTP, please click the following link and enter the username and password provided below: 

Username: ded.cdbg
Password: BCSformupload2022

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CDBG-DR Application Examples
CDBG-DR Guidelines, Narratives & NOFA

Duplication of Benefits Documentation

The Duplication of Benefits process and workbook are required for CDBG-DR projects that provide a direct benefit to a household for voluntary buyout/acquisition, repairs/rehabilitation to their home, and new construction of housing where a household is the direct beneficiary.

Application Training

9/18/20 – Program and Application Overview + Application Walk Through

9/25/20 – Developing A Project Budget: Administrative vs. Activity Delivery Costs

10/2/20 – LEP Four Factor Analysis and Citizen Participation

10/9/20 – Environmental Review

Disasters

DR Policy Manual

Chapter 1 - Introduction & Administration

Chapter 2 - Reserved

Chapter 3 - Citizen Participation

Chapter 4 - Financial Management and Reporting

Chapter 5 - Cost Reasonableness

Chapter 6 - Risk Assessment and Monitoring

Chapter 7 - Duplication of Benefits

Chapter 8 - Environmental Review

Chapter 9 - Procurement

Chapter 10 - Contract Management

Chapter 11 - Federal and State Labor Standards

Chapter 12 - Civil Rights

Chapter 13 - Closeout

Chapter 14 - Acquisition and Relocation

Chapter 15 - Planning

Chapter 16 - Local Voluntary Buyout Program Policy

Chapter 17 - Community Rehousing Incentive for Buyouts

    Chapter 18 - Demolition

    Chapter 19 - Residential Rehabilitation and Reconstruction

    • Coming soon!

    Chapter 20 - Affordable Multi-family Rental Recovery

    Chapter 21 - Down Payment Assistance

    Chapter 22 - New Single-Family Housing Construction

    • Coming soon!

    Chapter 23 - Infrastructure

    • Coming soon!

    Chapter 24 - Economic Development

    Chapter 25 - Public Services

    2019 Disaster

    DR-4451-MO

    Active Action Plan

    Action Plan Archive

    2017 Disaster

    DR-4317-MO

    Active Action Plan

      Action Plan Archive

      2013 Disaster

      2013 Disaster HUD Grant Agreement

      Disaster Federal Register Notice

      Active Action Plan

      Action Plan Archive

      2013 Disaster FEMA MO Declared Counties

      2013 Activities Consistent with Action Plan

      2013 Contract Reporting

      2012 Disaster

      Activities Consistent with Action Plan

      2008 Disaster

      2008 Activities Consistent with Action Plan

      Citizen Participation

      The Department addresses Citizen Participation for all CDBG projects in its Consolidated Plan document

      For each disaster supplemental appropriation, any variation to the Citizen Participation Plan is addressed in the relevant Disaster Action Plan and Disaster Application and Guidelines 

      Quarterly Reports