Rural Development Division

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CDBG Neighborhood Revitalization Group Initial Start-Up Visit Workshop Criteria or Guidelines This is a presentation containing information from a technical assistance (TA) workshop related to Community Development Block Grants (CDBG).  The workshop focused on initiating and maintaining an optimal start by reviewing Commerce's Rural Economic Development Division and CDBG policies, procedures and addressing soecial issues, if any, associated with the grant. 
CDBG/NSP Requisition Calendar 2019-2020 Payment Processing, Federal Funded (CDBG ARC), CDBG This document is the CDBG/NSP Requisiton Processing Calendar for 2019-2020.  Note: Receipt of payment occurs within 3 business fayes of listed payment date. **Holidays falls within requisiiton processing period and extends payment date.
NC Consolidated Plan Partners Citizen Participation Plan Action Plan, CAPER, Consolidated Plan, Compliance, Reporting Performance, CDBG   The State of North Carolina encourages citizens to participate in the planning, implementation, and assessment of the Consolidated Plan for HUD Community Planning and Development programs. This plan describes how this participation will be encouraged.  
Payment Processing | Requisition Form for Community Development Block Grant Programs Payment Processing, Federal Funded (CDBG ARC), CDBG This form is completed by CDBG awarded Sub-recipients to docoment expenditure detail by project and activity. Sub-recipients with multiple projects must complete a separate copy of this form for each project under a particular grant.
Criteria & Guidelines | 4 North Carolina Administrative Code- 19L Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Criteria or Guidelines, Federal Funded (CDBG ARC), Rural Development, CDBG This document, part of the North Carolina Administrative Code, provides the State Rules and Authority that governs the North Carolina Department of Commerce's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.
Application | CDBG Neighborhood Revitalization Grant Program Guidance and Application Criteria or Guidelines, Application, Federal Funded (CDBG ARC), CDBG, Other Grants

Apply for a grant from the North Carolina Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NC Neighborhood) with this document, which also contains complete background information and guidance on the program, which employs federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds and incorporates several previous CDBG programs and activities, such as Scattered Site Housing and Supportive Housing, as administered by N.C. Commerce's Rural Economic Development Division.

Criteria or Guidelines | Rural Ready Sites Program Criteria Criteria or Guidelines, State Funded (Rural Grants), Rural Development, Building or Site Preparation This document provides potential applicants to the Rural ReadySites program with guidance and information about this grant program aimed to prepare industrial sites for economic development opportunities.
Annual Report | CDBG Consolidated Annual Performance Report (CAPER) CAPER, Consolidated Plan, Reporting Performance, Federal Funded (CDBG ARC), Strategic, CDBG, Year

The North Carolina Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report, or CAPER, summarizes the accomplishments of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program administered by the Rural Economic Development Division at the North Carolina Department of Commerce.  The report also includes information on three other North Carolina state agencies, each of whom receives a formula grant from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). 

Environmental Compliance Forms for Sub-recipients Compliance, Federal Funded (CDBG ARC), CDBG CDBG-Funded Local Units of Government must follow HUD Federal and State CDBG Rules and Regulations for the Environmental Review process. The forms associated with Environmental Reviews are to be used by funded CDBG Local Units of Government to ensure compliance.
Healthy Communities Planning Guidebook This guidebook on local planning for healthy communities is intended to assist cities, towns, and counties in preparing new comprehensive plans or amending portions of existing plans that accommodate healthy community objectives. Among other objectives, this guidebook will help planners to assess built environment conditions that impact public health, update plans and policies to include public health considerations, and put programs and actions in place that support implementation of healthy planning goals.