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Community Development

Aaron Smith
Planner I/CDBG
(435) 716-9024
Fax: (435) 716-9001

CDBG (Community Development Block Grant)

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)


The CDBG Program is administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and is designed to make neighborhoods better. The CDBG Program has become an important resource for projects benefiting low-and moderate-income (LMI) households and neighborhoods. Through this program, neighborhoods in Logan have been improved by projects such as sidewalks, housing programs, and public services. Due to the federal regulations associated with this program, not all options are available in all neighborhoods, but there are definitely some options that can improve your neighborhood.

The next CDBG Program application period will begin in February 2016.

For more information about Logan City’s CDBG Program, please contact:

Aaron Smith
Planner I/CDBG
(435) 716-9024
Fax: (435) 716-9001

Logan City CDBG Documents




Program Year 2016

  • Annual Action Plan (available April 2016)
  • CAPER (available August 2017)


Program Year 2015


Program Year 2014


Other CDBG Documents


Fair Housing Resources


A Brief Introduction to CDBG



Housing Assistance Programs


These programs and resources have been created for Logan residents:

  • to help homeowners improve the safety and aesthetics of their homes;
  • to increase accessibility to homeownership; and
  • to facilitate ways neighbors can work together for the common good of the neighborhood.

Click on any of the headings below for overviews of the programs.


Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program (Logan)

Know of a property with safety issues, but don't have the resources to correct them? The HRA program provides grant funding to help address life-safety issues on the interior or exterior of owner-occupied, residences in Logan.

HRA program guide and application
HRA Financial Declaration

For additional information, contact:
Aaron Smith, City of Logan
(435) 716-9024
290 N 100 W Logan, UT 84321 (by appt)

"Welcome Home- Own in Logan!" Homeownership Assistance Program- Neighborhood Nonprofit Housing Corporation

Homeownership may be in your reach! 'Welcome Home' provides grant funds for homeownership assistance for the purchase of single family homes that will remain owner-occupied. Additional funding is provided for the deconstruction of active secondary units.

'Welcome Home' is not limited to first-time homebuyers. Additional program requirements apply.


For additional information, contact:
Mr. Dave Schuster
(435) 753-1112 ext. 104
195 Golf Course Road Logan, UT 84321 (by appt)
www.nnhc.net

Other Neighborhood Nonprofit Housing Programs

Housing and Foreclosure Counseling

NNHC HUD-approved and certified housing specialists can help:
  • Understand modifications, short-sales, and re-payment
  • Determine your best option
  • Negotiate with lenders & services
  • Avoid Scams
  • Know the foreclosure process and timeline

For additional information, contact:
Benjamin Farnsworth
(435) 753-1112 ext. 101
195 Golf Course Road Logan, UT 84321 (by appt)
www.nnhc.net

Cache Valley Volunteer Center Programs

Community Tool Shed

Your source for tools for your group's next community work project! The Community Tool Shed is Logan's free tool library. A variety of tools and materials can be checked out to assist not-for-profit groups to:
  • fulfill their missions
  • beautify their buildings
  • serve their clientele
  • participate in service projects

Citizen Assist

Sidewalk Snow Removal Assistance

The first program under the Citizen Assist Program is designed to help with snow removal from the sidewalks of persons who don’t otherwise have the financial or physical capacity to do so. Also, citizens can report addresses where sidewalks are not shoveled to Cache Valley Volunteer Center or the City of Logan, (435) 716-9025, and we will work towards a solution.


For additional information or to reserve tools, contact:
Cache Valley Volunteer Center
(435) 554-8270
170 North Main St. Logan, UT 84321 (by appt)
cachevolunteercenter.org

Bear River Association of Governments Programs

Single Family Rehab and Reconstruction Loan Program
This program provides much needed funding to address inadequate housing. Low to moderate income families may borrow any amount of money at low interest rates to make much needed and eligible repairs. By investing now in the rehabilitation of existing dwelling units, a home's lifespan can be extended a minimum of 20 years. Funds for the program are provided by the Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund.

Furnace Replacement/Repair Program
Help is available through BRAG to repair or replace, when necessary, furnaces in low-income households. Funding is available to pay part or all of furnace repair or replacement costs for those eligible families who need the help.

Weatherization Program
The major goal of the Weatherization Assistance Program is to enable low-income households to participate in energy conservation programs, which will lessen the impact of utility costs on their household budgets.

Participating households are averaging nearly 25% in savings, or approximately $400 per year. Priority is given to the elderly and handicapped, high-energy consumption, emergency situations, and where preschool children are present. Others are eligible to apply.

Family Financial Wellness Workshop
Family Financial Wellness Workshops are hosted by Bear River Association of Governments and are FREE for Cache Valley residents of all ages, life stages, and income ranges to learn more about the basics of credit, budgeting, homeownership, banking, and more!

Workshop Presenters: Cache Valley Bank, Neighborhood Nonprofit Housing Corporation, Celtic Bank Mortgage Lending, Credit Aid Today

For additional information, contact:
Bear River Association of Governments
(435) 752-7242
170 North Main St. Logan, UT 84321 (by appt)
brag.utah.gov