The City of Greenwood, IN

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A U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) program, Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) provide communities with resources to address a wide range of unique development needs. The goals of the program are to provide decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expand economic opportunities principally for low and moderate-income citizens. The CDBG program may only fund projects located in, or programs serving, the City of Greenwood.

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To get citizen input on actions to accomplish the goals of this program, Greenwood collects community data, holds public hearings and solicits comments from residentsIf you would like to be added to an email list to receive updates about the program, please click here.

PY2019 Action Plan Amendment

PY2021 Action Plan DRAFT

The City of Greenwood is also funding two separate projects in Northeast Park, located at 100 Crestview Drive, with CDBG and CDBG CARES Act funds. The City has found no adverse effects to historic properties in the undertaking of these two projects. Residents or interested parties wishing to review project documents on these projects may contact Kevin Steinmetz, City of Greenwood, 300 South Madison Avenue, Greenwood, Indiana, 46142, 317-887-5000,

Parks Trail 106 Review City Letter

2019-2023 Consolidated PlanPublic Participation2019-2023 Analysis of Impediments (AI) To Fair Housing Choice

The City of Greenwood values each individual’s civil rights and strives to provide equal opportunity and equitable service to all.  As a recipient of federal funds, the City complies with Title VI and all related statutes, regulations, and directives which provide that no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied benefits of, or subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance from the City on the grounds of race, color, age sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, disability, national origin, religion, income status, veteran status, limited English proficiency, or any other protected classification under federal law.  The City further assures every effort will be made to ensure nondiscrimination in all of its programs and activities, regardless of whether those programs and activities are federally funded. 

For residents who feel they have experienced discrimination, they may file a complaint with the Indiana Civil Rights Commission (ICRC) or the Fair Housing of Central Indiana.

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Link to Fair Housing Center:

Link to US Department of Housing and Urban Development

As a requirement of receiving Community Development Block Grant funds, the city must take steps to assure that discriminatory actions, either explicit or implicit, that constrain the choices of people to procure adequate housing are being identified and mitigated.  As such, the City published the 2019-2023 Analysis of Impediments (AI) to Fair Housing Choice.