Community Development Block Grant Program

Since 2009, the City of East Wenatchee, as an entitlement jurisdiction, receives an annual allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). CDBG funds must be used for projects and programs that principally benefit low and moderate-income persons. The federal statute identifies overall program goals that establish what CDBG funds may be used for:

  • Ensuring access to decent and affordable housing
  • Ensuring that the community offers suitable living environments
  • Expanding economic opportunities

2022 Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report

East Wenatchee residents and interested parties are invited to comment on the draft 2022 CDBG Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). The 2022 CAPER describes how the city used CDBG funds during the 2022 Program Year.

            Link to Draft 2022 CAPER


HUD requires the submission of the CAPER no later than 90 days after the closing of an entitlement grantee's program year. The draft CAPER must be made available for public review for 15 days. The public review and comment period for the 2022 CAPER is November 14, 2023, to November 29, 2023. 

The East Wenatchee City Council will hold a public hearing at their December 5, 2023, meeting to consider approval of the 2022 CAPER. Council meetings are held in person with an option for participation using the Zoom online platform. The public hearing will be part of the meeting agenda and will begin after the meeting has convened. Council meetings are held in person with an option for participation using the Zoom online platform. Written comments for the hearing may be submitted as noted above by 5:00 PM on the date of the hearing. 


Zoom links may be found on the Agenda for the meeting which will be available on the City’s website in the Events section calendar.


The Community Development & Housing Consolidated Plan (Consolidated Plan) provides information about the community and establishes the framework for using the CDBG funds over a five-year period. Each year an Annual Action Plan is completed listing the projects that are intended to be funded during that program year. The city's program year runs from October 1 through September 30.