The Grant Compliance Officer administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, monitors other grant funds for the City, and assists with applications for potential funding. The City has defined goals and priorities in a long-range plan known as our ICIP: Infrastructure Capital Improvements Plan. The City uses this document to prioritize projects and to determine how best to seek funding assistance. The City hosts several public meetings throughout the year to gather public input as part of this process.
It is the goal of the Grant Compliance Officer is to assist with securing funding for City projects, and to administer appropriated public funds in full compliance with all conditions required by the funding source and City of Alamogordo policies and procedures.
Through the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), the State of New Mexico receives funding each year from the Federal Government. The City of Alamogordo has the opportunity to apply to the State for funding through this program. The types of projects that qualify for funding include:
- Community Infrastructure
- Economic Development
- Public Service Capital Outlay
The City of Alamogordo is committed to providing Fair Housing opportunities for its citizens. Discrimination is illegal in connection with the sale or rental of most housing and any vacant land based on:
- Familial Status
- National Origins
It is illegal in connection with the sale or rental of most housing and any vacant land. Report violators to the Department of Housing and Urban Development at 800-343-3442.