CDBG Program

2022-2023 CDBG Public Review and Public Hearing

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Laguna Niguel will conduct a 30-day public review from March 18, 2022, to April 18, 2022. Additionally, the City Council of the City of Laguna Niguel will conduct a Public Hearing to consider the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds under the City’s five-year Consolidated Plan (2020-2024) year-three Action Plan for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-2023. 

The Draft FY 2022-2023 Action Plan will be available for public review on the City website between March 18 and April 18, 2022: www.CityofLagunaNiguel.org/CDBG. The Laguna Niguel City Council will consider all written comments received during the public review period. The FY 2022-2023 Action Plan is scheduled for final adoption at the May 3, 2022, City Council Meeting. 

Date of Hearing:           April 19, 2022 
Time of Hearing:           7:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible 
Locating of Hearing:    City Council Chambers, City of Laguna Niguel 
                                            30111 Crown Valley Pkwy 
                                             Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 

  If you have any questions, please email CDBG@CityofLagunaniguel.org.

Request for Proposals - CDBG Administration Services

The City of Laguna Niguel invites qualified firms to submit proposals for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Administration Services. The successful Applicant will enter into a contract with the City of Laguna Niguel and provide services related to CDBG Administration Services. The City is considering a three (3) year contract, consistent with existing professional services practices.

CDBG Program

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is a federal grant program by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). CDBG is a formula grant allocated to local governments for the purpose of developing viable urban communities by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanding economic opportunities principally for persons of low and moderate-income.  

Each year, the City receives approximately $200,000 of CDBG funds from HUD for local community development, housing activities, and public services. The City administers the distribution of funds to service providers and for capital projects. Regulations governing the CDBG program require that each activity meet one of the following three broad national objectives:

  1. Benefit people with low and moderate incomes
  2. Aid in the prevention or elimination of slums and blight
  3. Meet an urgent need (such as earthquake, flood, or hurricane relief)

The following examples of the activities and services that the City has implemented with CDBG funding: 

  • Niguel Woods Street Improvement project
  • Sea Country Senior Center Expansion project
    Fair Housing and Tenant/Landlord Counseling Services
  • Services for youth, senior, persons with disabilities, and homeless



2-1-1 Orange County

2-1-1 Orange County offers a comprehensive information and referral system linking Orange County residents to community health and human services and support. Callers seeking assistance can dial 211 (toll-free) or (888) 600-4357  24 hours-a-day and be connected to trained, multilingual Information and Referral specialists.

Fair Housing

The City contracts with the Fair Housing Council of Orange County to provide fair housing services. The agency works to fulfill a mission of protecting the quality of life in Orange County by ensuring equal access to housing opportunities, fostering diversity, and preserving dignity and human rights. If you have been the victim of housing discrimination or have a landlord/tenant issue, call (714)569-0823 or go to the Fair Housing of OC’s website.