About the Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program
The federal government uses a program called Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) to provide communities with resources that address a wide range of needs. These funds are flexible and help cities, counties and states recover from disasters particularly in low income communities. Some of the federal aid for areas affected by the 2011 Flood will come through this program in the form of Community Development Block Grant- Disaster Recovery funding. There will be several rounds of CDBG-DR funding. Our initial award is for $67.6 million with a future promise of $35 million as a second allocation. Please review the documents and information on this site to see how we plan to use this money.
October 2, 2013: Public Comment Period Action Plan Amendment #6: Amendment #6
August 12, 2013: Public Comment Period 2nd Allocation of CDBG-DR Funds Read more...
April 17: The City of Minot is accepting bids on the Structure Demolition and Site Restoration Project (P#3755). Read More...
April 10: The City of Minot is now accepting RFPs for the 2nd allocation of CDGB-DR funds. Read More...
April 9: Amendment #4 to the CDBG-DR Action Plan has completed.
April 2: Amendment #4 to the CDBG-DR Action Plan has been drafted.
March 28: The City of Minot will receive a second allocation of $35 million from the CDBG-DR program.
February 28: Amendment 3 to the CDBG disaster recovery plan has been drafted.
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Section 504 Certification
The City of Minot does hereby certify, that as a recipient of HUD Disaster Recovery Community Development Block Grant funds, all activities of this grant and any federal assistance will be operated in compliance with requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.
As a local government with 15 or more employees, the City of Minot further certifies that it has appointed the Human Resources Director as the designated Section 504 Coordinator (24 CFR 8.53), and adopted a Section 504 Grievance Procedure on March 6, 2013, (24 CFR 8.53), and made posting on this Web Site (http://cdbg.minotnd.org/) and publication in the Minot Daily News as means of providing for continuing notification of participants, beneficiaries, applicants, and employees that it does not discriminate on the basis of handicap in its federally assisted programs (24 CFR 8.54). The entire 504 Policy and Grievance Procedure is available on the Web Site found at http://cdbg.minotnd.org/ under Policy/General Policies/Minot 504 Policy and Grievance Procedure.