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Community Development & Capital Improvement Program

Community Development & Capital Improvement Program

The Community Development & Capital Improvement Programs Advisory Board (CDCIP) provides citizens with an opportunity to participate, in an advisory role, in the City’s planning, assessment, and allocation of its community development grants and capital improvement programs. The Board provides information from persons who live and/or work in various neighborhoods to aid the City in identifying the needs within those areas and the programs and projects to be completed as part of the City’s community development and capital improvement programs.

Board members review US Department of Housing and Urban Development project/program proposals and provide prioritized funding recommendations that pertain to the City’s Community Development Block Grant and the Emergency Solutions Grant. The Board also reviews and compiles a priority listing of project proposals pertaining to the City’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). These recommendations are also presented to the Mayor and then forwarded to the City Council for their consideration.

 


CDCIP Minutes


Bylaws and Governing Documents


Meeting Information

As needed; during application period October through March, meet weekly on Mondays, beginning at 5:30 p.m.

City and County Building, Room 118, 451 S State, Salt Lake City


Member Qualifications

The CDCIP Advisory Board members must be Salt Lake City residents. The Board also requires at least one member is appointed from each council district. Priority is also given to include representation of all income levels, ethnic diversity, persons with disabilities, community advocates and business and commercial interests. Eleven members serve three year terms on the board.


Powers and Duties

  • Coordinate with Housing and Neighborhood Development Division on strategic plans and goals of the division
  • Reviews, prioritizes and makes recommendations on submitted project funding requests to Mayor Biskupski
  • Monitor and evaluate CDCIP Projects
  • Establish and maintain communications with Salt Lake Community Councils

Current Members

MemberServing SinceCouncil DistrictTerm Expires
Heidi Steid201912022
Vacant2
Brooke Young201732020
Pamela Silberman201342019
Tony Mastracci201852021
Loree Hagen201662019
Vacant7
VacantAt Large
VacantAt Large
Andrew Saalfield2017At Large2020
Hannah Lockhart2017At Large2020

Contact Information

Dillon Hase
Community Development Grant Administrator

(801) 535-6402 or dillon.hase@slcgov.com