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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


The Spokane County Community Services, Housing, and Community Development Department (CSHCD) is seeking public comment on the following draft documents:

    Funding Policies for 2021 Spokane County Annual Action Plan (AAP)

    Request for Proposal (RFP) for the 2021 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)           Program Year (PY)

Comments on the listed draft documents will be accepted for fifteen (15) days from August 27, 2020 through September 10, 2020. The Housing and Community Development Advisory Committee (HCDAC) will hold a Virtual Public Hearing, via ZOOM, on September 10, 2020.

The HCDAC is conducting this Public Hearing to prepare recommendations to the Spokane County Board of Commissioners (BOCC) regarding; Funding Policies for the CDBG Program for the 2021 PY and the RFP for 2021 PY. The BOCC will make the final decision during a regular public meeting in September 2021 as part of their consent agenda. 

    The 2021 Funding Policies are updated to address virtual meetings and public hearings and public notice timelines. 

    The 2021 CDBG RFP contains instructions, a tentative timeline for the allocation process, the anticipated funds available, and other pertinent information for applicants to apply to the CDBG Program for the 2021 PY. 

The link to Virtual Public Hearing and the three draft documents will be available for downloading at https://www.spokanecounty.org/3911/Public-Notices. You may also contact CSHCD to obtain electronic or printed copies, at 509-477-2588, or thennesey@spokanecounty.org. 

Accommodations and translation services will be provided to the maximum extent feasible to meet the needs of people with disabilities. If you need an accommodation, please contact CSHCD at least 72 hours in advance at 509-477-2588.


HCDAC Public Hearing 

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Documents for Public Comment