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19:00 08 December 2020
Planning Commission Meeting December 8, 2020: Transportation Sea Level Rise Adaptation Plan

Planning Commission Meeting December 8, 2020: Transportation Sea Level Rise Adaptation Plan

NEWS RELEASE POSTED NOV. 23, 2020

Planning Commission Meeting December 8, 2020: 

Transportation Sea Level Rise Adaptation Plan

The City of Monterey invites you to an online meeting to gather public input regarding three adaptation strategies for our transportation network in the face of sea level rise. The strategies are discussed in the draft plan, located at the .pdf linked below.

Submit comments to planning@monterey.org

If you have any questions, please contact Fernanda Roveri at (831) 242-8788 or roveri@monterey.org


Reunión de la Comisión de Planificación 8 de Diciembre 2020: Adaptar Nuestro Sistema de Transporte contra el Aumento de los Niveles del Mar

La Ciudad de Monterey te invita a una reunión virtual para obtener participación de la comunidad sobre tres estrategias para adaptar nuestro sistema de transporte contra el aumento de los niveles del mar. Las estrategias se encuentran en el enlace de abajo

Envíe comentarios a planning@monterey.org

Si tiene preguntas, por favor contacte a Fernanda Roveri al (831) 242-8788 o roveri@monterey.org


Monterey Adaptation Appendix | Monterey Adaptation Draft Report

Information in EnglishInformación en español 

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19 November 2020
CDBG Public Service and Facilities Grant Application

CDBG Public Service and Facilities Grant Application

The City of Monterey is pleased to announce the opening our the annual CDBG Public Service and Facilities Grant application period for Fiscal Year 2021-2022. Application materials for the Public Service Grants and the Public Facilities Grants are listed below. The Application period opens November 19th, 2020 and closed December 18th, 2020 at 4 p.m. Applications will be accepted online through the City's CDBG Grant management website, Citydataservices.net. 

Interested agencies can review the application materials and prepapre their applications in word prior to submitting the online application. 

Apply online at: citydataservices.net

Please contact the Housing Programs Office with any questions you have about the application process at 831-646-3995, or by email at leonard@monterey.org. 

19 November 2020
Technical Workshop for FY 2021-22 Community Development Block Grant Application Process, 11 a.m. Nov. 19, 2020 via Zoom

Technical Workshop for FY 2021-22 Community Development Block Grant Application Process, 11 a.m. Nov. 19, 2020 via Zoom

The City of Monterey is seeking comments, recommendations and suggestions on affordable housing, and community service needs.  The comments will contribute to the development of the City’s Annual Action Plan for the Housing and Community Development Program Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-22.

These City programs provide opportunities for affordable housing and services to low and moderate-income residents of the City of Monterey. These programs are supported with federal, state and local funds, such as the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Comments and recommendations about community needs, services and programs (current or proposed) may be presented at a public meeting to be held on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. on ZOOM.

 

17:30 15 December 2020
14 October 2020
COVID-19 Emergency Utility Assistance Program - Available for Monterey One Water (M1W) Residential Customers

COVID-19 Emergency Utility Assistance Program - Available for Monterey One Water (M1W) Residential Customers

In collaboration with the County of Monterey and the United Way of Monterey County, a COVID-19 Emergency Utility Assistance Program is now available for Monterey One Water residential customers. This program is designed to provide utility relief for eligible households facing financial instability because of a loss or reduction of income due to COVID-19.

Complete details at www.montereyonewater.org/cares | Flyer in English and Spanish

M1W Covid Flyer

08 September 2020
Draft 2019 CDBG Annual Report Available for Review

Draft 2019 CDBG Annual Report Available for Review

The City of Monterey has prepared its 2019-2020 draft Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds.

 The Report contains the following information:

  1. Financial data on revenues, activities, expenditures and accomplishments in programs for the following households: a) Very Low Income; b) Low income; c) Moderate-income.
  2. Narrative reports comparing the relationship of community needs and the use of funds to the objectives in the City’s Consolidated Plan for Housing Programs.

Due to COVID-19, City offices are currently closed to the public. This draft Report will be available for review beginning September 8, 2020 at the following City web pages: monterey.org, monterey.org/planning, monterey.org/housing

Public Input: The public is invited to attend a public hearing on Tuesday, September 15, during the City of Monterey Council meeting, to comment on the draft report. Additionally, the public is invited to address comments in writing to Grant Leonard, Administrative Analyst, 580 Pacific Street, Monterey CA 93940. The deadline for receiving written comments is September 24, 2020 by 5:00 p.m.

Report: 2019-2020 Draft CAPER

21 July 2020
Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) Grant Application Proposed Activities Plan

Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) Grant Application Proposed Activities Plan

The Housing Programs Office continues to pursue funding opportunities that will support the City’s goals related to developing affordable housing. To that end, the City is eligible to apply for the Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) grant. The purpose of the PLHA is to provide a permanent source of funding to all local governments in California to help cities and counties implement plans to increase the affordable housing stock. 

Funding would be received each year, for five years, based on the formula prescribed under federal law for the Community Development Block Grant. The preliminary amount for the City of Monterey for year-one is $116,419, or approximately $698,514 or the five-year period. Only 5% is allocated for administrative costs.

This is a non-competitive Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) process with a deadline of July 26, 2020.

PLHA Plan for Review

 

13 March 2020
Draft Plans Available for Community Development Block Grant Program

Draft Plans Available for Community Development Block Grant Program

The City of Monterey is pleased to announce the release of the Draft 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan and 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan for the Community Development Block Grant Program. Conpletion of the plans is required for the City to receive federal Community Development Block Grant funding. This funding supports the City's efforts to improve affordable housing, support local non-profits serving the City's residents, and fund improvements to community facilities, City parks and facilities operated by non-profits serving City residents. 

The plans will be available for a public comment period ending with a City Council hearing on April 21, 2020. 

Draft Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan

Draft Public Engagement Summary

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