Montana’s CDBG Public and Community Facilities projects typically involve either construction or rehabilitation of community infrastructure or a community facility that principally benefit residents whose annual income is below 80% of the area median income published by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). CDBG financial assistance can be used for a variety of project-related activities, including but not limited to acquisition, construction, architectural/engineering services, documenting compliance with CDBG requirements, legal work, and grant administration.
Eligible Community Infrastructure Activities
Eligible Community Facility Activities
Maximum Award Amount
Montana incorporated cities and towns, and consolidated city-county governments. (With populations under 50,000) Additionally, local governments may apply on behalf of: Local economic development corporations, Housing Authorities, Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs), Water or sewer districts, and Private and nonprofit organizations.
*** Tribal governments are not eligible for state CDBG funds, but they do have access to federal CDBG funding directly through HUD. Additionally, local governments may apply for state CDGB funding on their behalf.