Housing & Community Development

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Housing/Community Development
90 E Civic Center Dr
Gilbert, AZ 85234
(480) 503-6893

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Monday-Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm  

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The Town of Gilbert utilizes general funds, federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, and HOME Investment Partnership funds (HOME) to provide public services, improve neighborhood conditions, provide housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income individuals and families, and increase access to safe, decent, and sanitary housing. The goal of these programs and activities is to foster a sense of pride in the community and enrich the quality of life for Gilbert residents.

This site offers information for local and regional programs and assistance services. If you have specific questions, please contact our Community Development Specialist using the information on the bottom of this page.

Is your air conditioning broken? You may be able to receive grant assistance to make emergency and minor home repairs. For more information

Do you need assistance paying your mortgage or facing foreclosure? You may be eligible to receive mortgage payment assistance. For more information

town2Housing Assistance
· Homebuyer & Homeowner Assistance
· Affordable Housing
· Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity
· Foreclosure Prevention

 
  water2Social Services
· Find Assistance
· Earned Income Tax Credit
· Relocation Information
  hands2Funding
· Town Funding Process
· Social Services/Arts & Culture
· Federal Community Development Block Grant
· Federal HOME Investment Partnership Funds
  n2nGet Involved
· Neighbor 2 Neighbor Program
· Volunteer Opportunities

Plans & Reports for Housing Programs

Federal Plans and Reports

In order to receive CDBG and HOME funds, the Town of Gilbert must prepare a five-year consolidated plan, annual action plans that outline intended use of federal HUD resources each year, and annual evaluation and performance reports of accomplishments utilizing federal funds. All plans are developed in consultation with local organizations and individual residents through a public participation process.

Five Year Consolidated Plans
· 5-year Consolidated Plan, 2010 – 2015: Executive Summary | Complete Plan
· 5-year Consolidated Plan, 2005 – 2010: Executive Summary | Complete Plan

Annual Action Plans
· Annual Plan, 2011-2012: Executive Summary | Complete Plan
· Annual Plan, 2010-2011: Executive Summary | Complete Plan
· Annual Plan, 2009-2010: Executive Summary | Complete Plan
· Annual Plan, 2008-2009: Executive Summary | Complete Plan

Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Reports (CAPER)
· CAPER, 2009-2010 Executive Summary Report | Annual Report
· CAPER, 2008-2009 Executive Summary Report | Annual Report

All Plans and Reports are in .pdf format. If you are not familiar with .pdf files and would like to learn more, please start here.