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1 HUD/Federal Perspectives on Funding Public Infrastructure Washington State Public Works Board Mount Vernon, WA February 20, 2013 Jack Peters Director, Office of Community Planning and Development U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Seattle, WA

2 HUD Physical Infrastructure Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) (National Appropriation, 2012: $3,008,090) Eligible Activities  Low and Moderate Income Benefit  Pre-Development Costs  Local Improvement Districts  Funding levels uncertain, BUT programs are authorized Ineligible Activities  City Halls  Police Stations (with exceptions)  Fire Stations (with exceptions

3 HUD Physical Infrastructure Mt. Vernon Flood Wall, Phase 1* *Phase 2 uses CDBG acquisition funds.

4 HUD Physical Infrastructure Percentage of CDBG Expenditures, Program Year 2011

5 HUD Social Infrastructure Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) (to local government):  Public Services  Homeless Assistance  Community Centers (if Low-Mod Benefit)  Technical Assistance  Jobs/Economic Development Indian Community Development Block Grant (I-CDBG)

6 Partnerships Interagency Partnership for Sustainable Communities  U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities  U.S. Department of Transportation  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency  Other

7 Partnerships Partnership for Sustainable Communities Six Livability Principles:  Provide more transportation choices  Promote equitable, affordable housing  Increase economic competitiveness  Support existing communities  Leverage federal investment  Value communities and neighborhoods Regional Planning Grants/Challenge Grants/Preferred Sustainability Status

8 Partnerships Interagency Agreement: Preliminary Engineering Reports  US Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Rural Utilities Service, Water & Environmental Programs  US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, and Office of Wastewater Management  HUD, Office of Community Planning and Development  US Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health  Small Communities Water Infrastructure Exchange

9 Partnerships Outline for Preliminary Engineering Report includes: 1)Project Planning 2)Description of existing facilities 3)Description of issues addressed by proposed project 4)Identification of alternatives 5)Detailed cost estimate of recommended alternative 6)Propose specific course of action 7)Conclusions and recommendations A report thoroughly addressing all of the contents of the outline will meet the requirements of most agencies that have adopted the outline.

10 Partnerships Federal Contacts for the Interagency Preliminary Engineering Report: USDA/RSBenjamin Shumanben.shuman@wdc.usda.govben.shuman@wdc.usda.gov EPA/DWSRF Kirsten Andereranderer.kirsten@epa.govanderer.kirsten@epa.gov EPA/CWSRF Matt Kingking.matt@epa.govking.matt@epa.gov HUDStephen Rhodesidestephen.m.rhodeside@hud.govstephen.m.rhodeside@hud.gov HHS/IHSDane Baerdana.baer@ihs.govdana.baer@ihs.gov

11 Contact Jack Peters, Director Office of Community Planning and Development US Department of Housing and Urban Development 206.220.5268 jack.peters@hud.gov jack.peters@hud.gov


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