Community Development

Responsibilities


The Community Development Division oversees a variety of programs for activities that benefit low and moderate-income households, improve blighted areas and provide incentives for economic development. The division receives Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds annually to support programs such as neighborhood revitalization, code enforcement and social service activities.

*** Public Notice *** CDBG Input on Community Development Needs

Notice of Availability 2021 CDBG Applications

2021 CDBG Application Packet

Notice of Public Hearing for 2020 Citizen Participation Plan

2020 Citizen Participation Plan

Notice of availability of the 2019 CDBG-CV Action Plan

Notice of availability of amended 2020 CDBG Action Plan

Amended Notice of Public Hearing for 2019 CAPER

2019 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER)


City of Superior Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (Updated December 2019)

Notice of Availability for 2020 CDBG Action Plan

2020 CDBG Action Plan

 HUD Data Sets available here.

2018 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER)


Eligible Census Tracts (Map)

Draft 2016-2020 Consolidated Plan & 2016 Annual Action Plan

Comprehensive Housing Needs Analysis (September 2015)

Comprehensive Housing Needs Analysis PowerPoint Presentation (January 2016)

City of Superior Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (October 2014)

The City of Superior is in the process of developing a new 5-year Consolidated Plan which will prioritize the city’s specific strategies to achieve basic goals of the Community Development Block Grant.  The basic goals of the CDBG are to provide decent housing, provide a suitable living environment and to expand economic opportunities.  Emphasis is strongly placed on providing assistance to low to moderate income people, including the homeless.


The City of Superior is collecting input from citizens through public hearings and by conducting a survey.  We would like to hear you!  Please take the survey by clicking HERE.  The survey is available until May 31.