Public Facilities funds help support infrastructure and facility projects for communities. Examples of eligible projects include improvements, repairs, or expansions of streets, drainage systems, water and sewer systems, sidewalks, and community centers. Grants are limited to projects that, if implemented, meet a CDBG National Objective.
How to Apply: CDBG-PF funds are awarded through an annual
competitive process. Application materials and submission instructions should be carefully reviewed prior to applying for CDBG-PF funds.
Review Process: For each Grant Application received on or before the Application Submission Deadline, DOA reviews, scores, & ranks the Applications based on a pre-approved list of scoring criteria. Successful Applications must meet a CDBG National Objective (in accordance with HUD program regulations). Applications that earn enough points in the review process will be awarded State CDBG-PF funds.
Award Process: Communities with successful applications (that have met the threshold requirements for funding) are announced and each community receives an award letter which documents the next steps required to accept & execute a Grant Agreement (i.e. contract) with the State of Wisconsin.
Next Steps & Requirements: Community grant administrators will be required to attend
CDBG - Public Facilities (CDBG-PF) Application Materials
CDBG-PF 2020 Application Instructions
CDBG-PF 2020 Application
CDBG-PF 2020 Application Attachments
The 2020 CDBG-PF Annual Competitive Grant application submission deadline is Thursday, May 14, 2020.
Please refer to the CDBG-PF Application Instructions for the application submission requirements.
Additional Reference Materials
If you have questions about the status of your CDBG application, please contact the Department of Administration's Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources (DEHCR) at (608) 266-7531.
General information regarding DEHCR's Bureau of Community Development (BCD), which oversees and manages the CDBG Grants, may be obtained by emailing
CDBG-Community Development or by contacting the BCD Director at (608) 261-7538.
Non-electronic mail correspondence (i.e. "snail mail") should be directed to:
Wisconsin Dept. of Administration
Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources
Bureau of Community Development
PO Box 7970
Madison, WI 53707-7970