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April 1-6, 2013 was National Community Development (CD) Week. This year marks the 27th anniversary of the National Community Development Week campaign. This annual campaign is designed to focus local as well as national attention on the numerous outstanding accomplishments over the past 39 years of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program and over the past 22 years of the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program. The Office of Community and Rural Affairs encourages community development efforts across the state through many programs, including Stellar Communities, CDBG, Indiana Main Street, and more.
LEARN MORE about recent community development projects completed using CDBG funds.
Rural communities have many pressing needs that require outside financial assistance. Through the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, Indiana requests federal funds to help rural communities with a variety of projects such as sewer and water systems, community centers, health and safety programs, and many others. These funds help communities improve their quality of life and ensure the health and safety of their citizens. Community leaders can find the CDBG application and deadline below.
Through these funded programs OCRA will help you to sustain your Indiana rural community. Please click on the program below to find the necessary information and applications.
Click HERE for the Community Liaison district map and their contact information.