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Notice of Funding Availability and Public Notices

Notice of Funding Availability and Public Notices 

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The City of Medford has posted the following notices of funding availability and public notices. 

If you have questions, please contact Aleia Fletcher, the City's Grant Support Technician, at (541) 774-2397.

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PUBLISH: Tuesday, April 7, 2020
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a 30-day public comment period for the City of Medford’s draft 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development and the 2020-2021 Action Plan will commence on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, and close on Thursday, May 7, 2020 to solicit citizen input regarding the Consolidated Plan and Action Plan.  The City Council, City of Medford, will hold a public hearing on Thursday, May 7, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of soliciting citizen input on the Consolidated Plan and Action Plan. This meeting may be held in the Council Chambers of Medford City Hall, 411 W. 8th Street or occur virtually in order to maintain social distancing measures during the COVID-19 Emergency Declaration. Please visit for the latest details.
The City of Medford is an entitlement jurisdiction for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds.  The Consolidated Plan is a comprehensive planning document for CDBG that identifies the City’s overall needs for housing and community development and outlines a five–year strategy to address those needs adopted by Medford City Council.  The purpose of the Consolidated Plan is to provide the framework for annual decisions on the use of CDBG funds provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Action Plan establishes priorities and outlines annual funding decisions for the upcoming program year.  The City’s 2020/21 annual allocation from HUD is $735,536. Additional expected resources include $172,955.26 in program income received from previous CDBG programs and Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds to be reallocated through the City’s CDBG program. Additional resources may become available during the 30-day public comment period. If the City receives less than the anticipated 2020/21 annual allocation, the variance will be spread across all awarded projects or programs based on a percentage of each award to the total funds available in the associated category. If the City receives greater than the anticipated 2020/21 annual allocation, the additional funds will be allocated to activities that support COVID-19 relief. All funding will be recommended by the Medford Community Development Grants Commission and approved by Medford City Council. 
1.       Housing Authority of Jackson County – Homeowner Repair Program: $200,000
Funding will provide zero interest, deferred loans to low- and moderate-income Medford homeowners for the correction of recognized hazards to health and safety.
2.       Rebuilding Together Rogue Valley – Accessibility Improvements for Elders and Persons with Disabilities: $25,000
Funding will improve accessibility and safety for elderly Medford residents of owner-occupied and rental housing units through the implementation of modular ramps, repairing steps, and implementation of hand rails.
3.       ColumbiaCare – Veteran’s Housing: $219,391.96
Funding will support property acquisition in Medford, Oregon that will be converted to a transitional housing facility for low-income veterans.
4.       OnTrack – Strengthening the Foundations: $20,000
Funding will provide zero interest, deferred loans to replace the roofs on two permanent supportive housing buildings located at 518-520 Hamilton Street in Medford, Oregon.
5.       Medford Senior Center – Water Line Replacement: $142,000
Funding will provide a zero interest, deferred loan to replace the failing main water line at 510 E. Main Street, in order to continue serving seniors.
6.       ​Southern Oregon University’s Small Business Development Center – Hispanic and  Underserved Community Business Support: $25,000
Project proposes to expand economic opportunities for low- to moderate-income individuals through providing technical assistance to microenterprises. Targeted outreach to the Hispanic population will be provided through the hiring of a part-time bilingual employee.
The following nonprofit agencies will be receiving grants for public service program expenses during the 2020/21 program year:
Youth 71Five Ministries
Jackson County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
Rogue Retreat
Hearts With A Mission
Maslow Project
Community Volunteer Network – Foster Grandparent
Center for NonProfit Legal Services
Jackson County Child Abuse Task Force/
Children’s Advocacy Center

Copies of the City’s draft Consolidated Plan and Action Plan are available for public review on the City’s website here or by contacting the Medford Planning Department at 541-774-2380 or Citizens needing translation services or other special accommodations may contact the Planning Department 10 days prior to the hearing to request these services.  A summary of public comments will be incorporated into the final document prior to submission to HUD.


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Planning Department - Housing and Community Development
Angela Durant, Principal Planner: 541-774-2390
200 S Ivy St, Medford, OR 97501

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200 S Ivy St
Medford, OR 97501
Phone: 541-774-2380
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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