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Housing & Block Grant Programs 2019-02-11T11:12:41+00:00

Housing & Block Grant Programs

New Request for Concepts for Affordable Housing

The City of Springfield has approximately $750,000 in federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds available to award to projects that will increase the supply of housing for low-income persons in our community.

The City requests concepts from public agencies, non-profit organizations, and private developers. Concepts can include funding requests for architectural and development costs, acquisition of land or an existing building, the cost of repairs and/or public improvements, and other eligible activities.

Interested applicants are encouraged to attend an (optional) informational meeting on Wednesday, February 20 at 2:30 p.m. at Springfield City Hall (Jesse Maine Room), 225 Fifth Street, Springfield, OR.

Click HERE for the Request for Concepts application packet

Click HERE for Uniform Relocation Assistance (URA) and Option Agreement Guidance

Click HERE for the 2015 Eugene-Springfield Consolidated Plan summary

This Request for Concepts is open as long as funds are available.

HUD Funds

The City of Springfield uses Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to assist with affordable housing development, housing-related services, neighborhood revitalization, public improvements, and downtown redevelopment activities.  The primary purpose of the CDBG and HOME programs is to benefit low- and moderate-income persons. Springfield’s CDBG program is planned and conducted so that each project or activity meets at least one of the three national CDBG program objectives: benefits low- and moderate income persons; prevents or eliminates slums and blight; and meets an urgent need posing a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community where other financial resources are not available. Springfield invests CDBG funds in the areas of children and youth, disabled and elderly, at-risk populations, support to social services, job creation, and housing assistance. The Eugene-Springfield HOME Consortium program is planned and conducted so that each project or activity provides decent, safe, and affordable housing for low-income and special needs populations. Go to the Housing Programs page for more details.

Consolidated Plan

The Eugene-Springfield Consolidated Plan is a document that Eugene and Springfield must submit to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development to be eligible to receive federal housing and community development funds like CDBG and HOME.  This five-year strategic plan helps the Cities select the projects and activities they supports with HUD funds. The 2015 Consolidated Plan is effective from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2020.  For comprehensive information regarding the Consolidated Plan, please visit the joint Consolidated Plan page on the City of Eugene’s website.

Housing and Community Development Forms, Documents, and Plans

Contact Us:

For questions regarding Springfield’s Housing Programs:
Penny Olsen, Housing Programs Assistant

For questions regarding Springfield’s CDBG program:
Erin Fifield, Community Development Analyst

Additional Resources

Interested in Springfield’s affordable housing strategy, and in particular small, affordable accessory dwelling units (ADUs)? Click here to learn more.

The City of Springfield does not discriminate against any individual on the basis of age, race, sex, color, marital status, familial status, national origin, religion or disability.

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