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Community Development Block Grant
Community Development Responsibilities
Community Development is responsible for assisting the low to moderate income portions of our community with housing and economic development needs.  Through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program funded by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Community Development Division programs federal dollars to a variety of activities and projects.

These projects and activities are described in detail in Annual Action Plans that are derived from the application of national goals and applied to a local Consolidated Plan.  As facilitators of various community based programs, the Community Development Division's main goal is to address Planning and Development needs in specific areas of our community.

For more information, please contact Maurice Head at (334) 615-4417.

Comprehensive Affordable Housing Study RFP

Affordable Housing Survey

Five Impediments to Fair Housing Choice


Citizen Participation Plan

Community Development Advisory Board
CDAB 01-19-2017 Meeting Agenda
CDAB Meeting Minutes 10-20-2016
CDAB Bylaws
Community Development Board Application


CDBG Documents


2017 Grant Applications & Information

Competitive Process Schedules and Informative Memorandum

Public Service Grant

Infrastructure and Public Facilities Grant

Housing Grant





Maurice Head
Planner II, CDBG Administrator
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P.O. Box 2128
Dothan, AL 36302

Ph: (334) 615-4417
Fx: (334) 615-4419
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