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03/01/2011 - Formal Meeting - City Council Comment File IIII. .ill SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL 4 DATE: 3 1 /I PUBLIC COMMENT FORM AGENDA ITEM: GENERAL COMMENT :r ii �dh .„ Name /7.Qi2iJ S e5 aAJ Phone Ol-G71 -196V (please Drint clearly) Address --N, s O ST. _City ' v( 1e-C6A y Zip Code gL( 6L/ E-Mail ddress a4td1e.44,6 Linctzn� e_yALcx>.Guv►i I wish to speak ❑ I do not wish to speak; however, I would like to submit remarks (please use back of card). How did you learn about this meeting? I would like to receive information about: l my community council U serving on a city board ❑ To stay informed reaarding your City Council District, including informational updates and newsletters, check the box to have your name/email added to the respective Council District email distribution list. All information submitted during public comment becomes part of the public record, including information on this card. 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All information submitted during public comment becomes part of the public record, including information on this card. ♦ L i No�- , , 'yam.= - • Ili_ ,: !:: III • • SALT LAKE CITY FEDERAL GRANTS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 SALT LAKE CITY 3G PROGRAM 1 FUNDING RECOMMENvATIONS FOR 2011-12 # APPLICANT NAME PROJECT DESCRIPTION PREY.GRANTS RECOMMENDATIONS PROJECT NAME YEAR I AMOUNT REQUEST CDCIP I MAYOR 10%I MAYOR 25% COUNCIL MOUSING 1 ASSIST Inc Salaries,operational support and rehab. funds 36th 350,000 350,000 350,000 350,000 350,000 for a program that provides emergency home 35th 350,000 Emergency Home Repair and repair and accessibility design to eligible low 34th 350,000 Accessibility&Community Design income residents. Repairs include plumbing, 33rd 350,000 heating&electrical,roof repair,accessibility 32nd 350,000 ramps,etc. Others 5,767,500 City-wide Total 7,517,500 2 Community Development Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 70,000 130,000 70,000 70,000 70,000 Corporation that provides affordable housing.Services 35th 70,000 Program support include downpayment assistance grants, 34th 70,000 purchase and rehabilitation of existing housing 33rd 70,000 units and property for new construction. 32nd 70,000 31st 70,000 Others 1,189,147 City-wide Total 1,609,147 3 Housing and Neighborhood Funds to be used by SLC as match money for 36th 100,000 100,000 100,000 0 Development Division acquisition,new construction,or rehabilitation of 35th transitional and permanent housing projects 34th proposed by housing agencies. 33rd Housing Match Funds Others 1,205,000 Total 1,205,000 4 Housing and Neighborhood Salaries,operational support&rehabilitation 36th 600,000 620,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 Development Division activities to bring residential properties up to 35th 600,000 housing code standards,provide first time 34th 600,000 Housing Rehabilitation and First Time homebuyer acquisition and rehabilitation, 33rd 600,000 Homebuyer Programs manage a$48 million mortgage portfolio,provide 32nd 600,000 financial assistance and emergency repairs in 31st 600,000 eligible areas or for income-eligible residents. Others 13,052,995 Income eligible neighborhoods Total 16,652,995 5 NeighborWorks Salt Lake Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 that provides affordable housing.Services 35th 100,000 Revolving Loan Fund include:low-interest loans to people who may 34th 100,000 not qualify for a traditional bank mortgage, 33rd 100,000 acquisition,blended mortgages,and 32nd 100,000 rehabilitation projects. 31st 100,000 Others 1,330,000 Westside neighborhoods Total 1,930,000 Housing Total 1,300,000 1,220,000_ 1,220,000 1,120,000 SALT LAKE CITY CDBG PROGRAM 2 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 ---;- ;7":- Glendale Street Reconstruction Design for reconstruction to include street 32,000 0 0 0 Design pavement,curb and gutter,sidewalk,park strip Glendale Drive from California landscaping,and storm drain improvements. Avenue to Navajo Street Construction: 360,000 2 Kensington and Roosevelt Avenues Design for reconstruction to include street 50,000 0 0 0 Reconstruction Design pavement,curb and gutter,sidewalk,park strip landscaping,and storm drain improvements. Kensington from 400 to 500 East Roosevelt from 300 to 400 East Kensington Construction: 300,000 Roosevelt Construction: 300,000 Street Design Total 82,000 0 0 0 1 ADA Accessibility Ramps Construct access ramps in eligible areas for 36th 270,000 400,000 179,673 69,810 63,825 individuals who use wheelchairs,strollers, 35th 32,435 walkers,canes,etc.for ADA compliance. 35th-R 252,000 City-wide in eligible neighborhoods 34th 408,942 33rd 300,000 32nd 345,450 31st 304,558 Construction: 343,100 Others 1,278,720 SLC Engineering Design&Engineering: 56,900, Total 3,192,105 2 Glendale Streets Reconstruction Reconstruction including pavement,curb and 35th 30,000 246,000 246,000 246,000 246,000 Navajo Street from Glendale Drive to gutter,sidewalk,park strip landscaping,and 1300 South storm drain improvements. Design funded in 2009-10: 30,000 20,100 SLC Engineering 225,900 Street Construction Total 646,000 425,673 315,810 309,825 SIDEWALKS 1 Sidewalk Replacement Program Replace deteriorated and defective sidewalk in 36th 81,000 400,000 200,000 150,000 150,000 CDBG eligible areas to improve pedestrian 36th-R 189,000 access,safety and walkability. 35th 47,719 35th-R 243,281 City-wide in eligible areas 34th 308,941 Design&Administration-56,900 Others 5,237,802 SLC Engineering Construction:343,100 Total 6,107,743 Sidewalks Total 400,000 200,000 150,000 150,000 • ) SALT LAKE CITY 3G PROGRAM 3 FUNDING RECOMMENi,ATIONS FOR 2011-12 4 ,:=:k+' .., s, ,y. .7' .� St," _ �C.T r: ifi xti -SF i' 4 '.�r.� �.,_,.• `•'•. as_- 'v. S: . . •.�. ,. n x.;. .?r_ .: -:. � ce 1 Cottonwood Park Sprinkler Replace obsolete existing system including 36th 88,000 440,000 440,000 440,000 0 Irrigation System valves,heads,controllers and central control connection and associated landscaping 300 North 1600 West upgrades. Design funded in 2010-11 for$88,000 Materials and construction: 440,000 2 Jordan•River Parkway Trailhead at Develop trailhead,to include parking lot,curb, 36th 50,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 1000 North gutter,sidewalk,landscaping,irrigation system, security lighting,tables,benches and drinking fountain. Design funded in 2010-11 for$50,000 3 Rosewood Park Parking Lot Remove and replace parking lot with more New 243,960 0 0 0 Replacement sustainable materials,utilizing permeable concrete pavement and underground water retention to minimize the amount of run-off needing to exit the site. Curb,gutter and driveway approach improvements will also be 1200 West 1300 North included. Design: 40,660 Materials and construction: 203,300 4 Fifth Avenue and"C"Street Tennis Removal of existing tennis courts,retaining walls New 598,100 0 67,100 67,100 Courts and trees in order to rebuild two tennis courts to meet current standards including new retaining walls,new fencing,and associated landscaping improvements. New benches,drinking fountain and equipment to support the new courts will also be provided. Materials and construction: 450,000 Design&Engineering Fees: 67,100 Construction Inspection&Admin: 36,000 Contingency: 45,000 SALT LAKE CITY CDBG PROGRAM 4 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 5 Westpointe Park Playground Remove old playground and sand,improve New 623,750 0 0 0 Improvements existing curbs and sidewalks,install new bark mulch and play surfacing,install new ADA accessible play equipment,new water play equipment,relocate existing volley ball court, replace sod and irrigation equipment,and add 1100 North 2000 West benches&other furnishings. Playground improvements: 250,000 Splash pad improvements: 250,000 Engineering and Design: 43,750 Administration: 30,000 Contingency: 50,000 6 Fire Station Tennis Courts Replace two existing courts with two new post New 228,300 0 0 0 tension courts,replace fencing and net posts, 273 North 1000 West landscaping and irrigation adjustments,install conduits for future lighting and install benches. Materials and Labor: 190,300 Engineering,Design&Admin: 38,000 7 600 East Island Irrigation System Replace obsolete irrigation system that will New 204,900 204,900 40,000 40,000 Rebuild and Central Control connect to the City's central control system, including new water and power meters and associated landscaping improvements. 600 East between South Temple and 600 South Materials,labor and equipment: 155,000 Engineering and Design fees: 20,700 Construction Inspection/Admin: 13,700 Contingency: 15,500 8 Property acquisition for Jordan Funding to purchase a blighted property New 65,000 0 0 0 River Parkway Traiihead adjacent to the Jordan River Parkway and Cottonwood Park for future development of a traiihead for the Jordan River Parkway as well as 356 North Redwood Road Application filed by Fairpark and Jordan Meadows Community 9 ADA Improvements and Riverside Funding for a study to provide river side ADA New 50,000 0 0 0 Access Study for Alzheimer access improvements at the Alzheimer's Memorial Park Memorial Park in Poplar Grove and to determine 265 South 1200 West amount of funding necessary to make those improvements. Application file+ti Kyle LaMalfa SALT LAKE CITY 3G PROGRAM 5 FUNDING RECOMMENVATIONS FOR 2011-12 10 Jordan Park Defined Activity Areas Create fenced,defined activity areas to improve New 12,000 0 0 0 safety and security in the Jordan River Park. 1000 South 900 West New,defined activity areas will separate different park uses to mitigate and prevent conflicts. Application filed by Kyle LaMalfa 11 Glendale Tennis Complex Construct restrooms for the Glendale Tennis New 350,000 0 0 0 Restroom Construction Complex to encourage new and continued use by the community. The closest existing 1700 South 1500 West restrooms are located one block away from this Application filed by Utah Tongan complex. Tennis Club/Glendale Community Council Parks Total 3,116,010 944,900 847,100 407,100 '� a y fir• 4 4'fi r. Y ". .5,�;,,.� r as, � .w,, ! a' M � yr 1-, # „ �a u- 4 :p a k 1 Asian Association Salaries and operational support for a program New 33,600 0 0 0 provides self sufficiency and employment preparation through English literacy,computer, and life skill training,for refugees and immigrants. Salary for building supervisor for PSBI improvements. U.S.Workplace Communication 2 Bad Dog Rediscovers America `Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 5,000 15,000 0 0 0 that provides after-school art outreach to 35th 10,000 Art Instruction Outreach students at Backman,Edison, Mountain View, 34th 10,000 Jackson,Whittier,and Glendale Elementary 33rd 5,000 schools. 32nd 5,000 Total 35,000 3 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 5,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 that provides a school-based mentoring program 35th 5,000 School-based Mentoring Program for low-income SLC youth in a site-based setting 34th 1,000 utilizing resources available at the school. 33rd 5,000 Schools include Bennion,Washington,Whittier, Rose Park and Lincoln elementaries. Total 16,000 4 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah Salaries and operational support for a program New 5,000 5,000 0 0 that provides community-based mentoring for Community-based Mentoring low-income SLC youth outside of the elementary Program school system. Activities may include homework support,sports,visits to museums,etc. Total SALT LAKE CITY CDBG PROGRAM 6 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 5 Boys&Girls Clubs of GSL Salaries for an after-school program that 36th 20,000 38,865 20,000 20,000 18,000 provides core club activities in guidance oriented 35th 20,000 Capitol West Club character development to low income youth in 34th 20,000 Jackson/Guadalupe area. 33rd 30,000 32nd 30,000 31st 30,000 Others 548,000 567 West 300 North,SLC Total 698,000 6 Boys&Girls Clubs of GSL Salaries for a program that teaches life and 36th 15,000 31,169 15,000 15,000 13,000 social skills,provides recreational opportunities 35th 15,000 Youth With a Voice and leadership skills for at-risk youth(ages 11- 34th 15,000 17)at the three Salt Lake City centers. 33rd 15,000 Lied-464 South Concord St. 32nd 15,000 Sugar House-968 E Sugarmont Dr 31st 20,000 Capitol West-567 West 300 North Others 403,000 Total 498,000 7 Catholic Community Services Salaries for a program that provides residential 36th 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 substance abuse treatment for low-income 35th 10,000 St. Mary's Home for Men and/or chronically homeless men, including 34th 5,000 veterans. 33rd 5,000 32nd 5,000 745 East 300 South,SLC Total 35,000 8 Catholic Community Services Salaries for a program that provides day shelter 36th 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 services five days a week for homeless persons, 35th 15,000 Weigand Day Center including showers,lockers,hygiene items,health 34th 15,000 referrals,outreach services through the Utah 33rd 20,000 Dept.of Workforce Services and a support group 32nd 20,000 235 South Rio Grande,SLC for substance abuse. Others 275,000 _ Total 400,000 9 Children's Service Society Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 38,136 50,815 25,000 20,000 20,000 that trains and assists parents in helping their Parents as Teachers Program children prepare for kindergarten. 124 South 400 East,SLC _ 10 Community Action Program Salaries for a program that assists low/moderate 36th 30,000 30,000 30,000 20,000 20,000 income residents to obtain safe and affordable 35th 30,000 Housing Outreach Rental Program housing,by listing apartments for rent and 34th 20,000 providing renter training and referrals to other 33rd 30,000 764 South 200 West,SLC agencies for assistance. Others 714,000 Total 824,000 SALT LAKE CITI BG PROGRAM 7 . FUNDING RECOMMENuATIONS FOR 2011-12 11 Community Action Program Salaries and operating expenses for a program 36th 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 23,000 that provides emergency food supply to low- 35th 25,000 Northwest Neighborhood Center income west side residents. 34th 25,000 Food Pantry 33rd 25,000 Others 546,000 1300 West 300 North,SLC Total 646,000 12 Community Action Program `Salaries for a program that provides home 36th 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 5,000 maintenance training and money management 35th 10,000 Home Tenant Maintenance Project training,referrals and other assistance to low- 34th 10,000 income households who rent. 33rd 10,000 32nd 10,000 31st 11,000 Others 158,500 764 South 200 West,SLC Total 219,500 13 Community Health Centers Operational support for a program that provides 36th 75,000 75,000 75,000 65,000 63,000 medical and dental care to uninsured and low- 35th 75,000 Healthcare Program income persons at two community health centers 34th 75,000 in Salt Lake City. 33rd 89,283 31st 90,000 Central City:461 South 400 East Others 460,000 Total 864,283 14 Crossroads Urban Center Salaries for the food pantry program that 36th 16,500 16,500 16,500 16,500 14,500 provides food,referrals and emergency services 35th 16,000 Emergency Food Pantry to low-income and homeless persons. 34th 16,000 33rd 16,000 32nd 16,000 31st 16,000 Others 297,000 347 South 400 East,SLC Total 393,500 Donated Dental Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 28,000 15 that provides preventive and restorative dental 35th 30,000 Community Dental Project treatment to homeless and low income families 34th 24,533 and individuals. 33rd 30,000 32nd 35,000 31st 30,000 Others 129,597 1383 South 900 West,SLC Total 309,130 16 English Skills Learning Center Salaries fora program that trains volunteers who 36th 7,000 28,000 10,000 7,000 7,000 in turn teach English language skills to non- 35th 7,000 English Language Instruction English speaking refugees and immigrants. 34th 7,000 33rd 10,000 32nd 7,500 Others 74,000 631 W North Temple&other sites Total 112,500 SALT LAKE CITY CDBG PROGRAM 8 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 17 Family Support Center Salaries for a program that provides free short- 36th 10,000 15,000 10,000 10,000 8,000 term crisis nursery services to families with 35th 10,000 Crisis Nursery children who are at risk for abuse or neglect. 34th 10,000 33rd 10,000 2020 S. Lake St,SLC. 32nd 15,000 Others 70,000 Total 125,000 18 Housing Authority of Salt Lake City Funding for equipment to establish the Salt Lake New 10,000 0 0 0 City Resource Center to assist clients of the Housing Authority with skills necessary to promote self sufficiency through job searches, Salt Lake City Resource Center computer training,resume preparation,GED 1776 South West Temple completion and ESL classes. Equipment will include 12 computers,2 printers,a fax machine and a copier. 19 Indian Walk-In Center Salaries and operational support for a program New 29,900 5,000 0 0 Food Pantry that provides emergency food supplies to low 120 West 1300 South income families and individuals. 20 Indian Walk-In Center Salaries and operational support for a program New 67,643 0 0 0 that provides mental,social and physical health care services/referrals to American Indians, Alaskan Natives,and other low-income individuals and families residing in Salt Lake City. Community Coordination Program 120 West 1300 South 21 Kostopulos Dream Foundation Salaries and operational expenses for a year- 36th 0 5,000 0 0 0 round program that includes a summer camp, 35th 5,000 Therapeutic Recreation Programs outdoor field trips,after-school and weekend 34th 5,000 programs for special needs children and adults. 33rd 5,000 2500 Emigration Canyon 32nd 5,000 Total 20,000 22 Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake Salaries for a program that provides legal 36th 10,000 15,000 10,000 10,000 8,000 representation to low-income persons who are 35th 10,000 Domestic Violence Victim Assistance victims of domestic violence with protective 34th 10,000 Program orders. 33rd 10,000 32nd 15,000 Others 50,394 205 North 400 West,SLC Total 105,394 SALT LAKE CITY 3G PROGRAM 9 FUNDING RECOMMENuATlONS FOR 2011-12 23 Literacy Action Center Salaries for a program that provides literacy 33rd 5,000 5,000 0 0 0 services to functionally-illiterate English- 32nd 2,000 speaking adults to read and write English. 30th 5,000 Adult Literacy Program Total 12,000 24 Peer Court Salaries for a program that provides an alternate 36th 5,000 5,000 5,000 0 0 form of juvenile justice where youth are 35th 5,000 mentored by peers to strengthen ties to families, schools,and communities. Total 25 Rape Recovery Center Salaries for a program that provides crisis 36th 35,000 40,000 35,000 35,000 33,000 counseling and services for victims of sexual 35th 35,000 Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention assault. 34th 35,000 Services 33rd 40,000 32nd 35,000 31st 35,000 Others 242,060 Total 457,060 26 The Road Home Salaries for a program that provides shelter and 36th 112,000 126,000 120,000 112,000 110,000 supportive services to help homeless persons 35th 111,893 Community Shelter Services gain skills to become self-sufficient and move to 34th 110,000 permanent housing. 33rd 125,000 210 South Rio Grande,SLC 32nd 126,000 31st 126,000 Others 2,052,000 Total 2,762,893 27 Salt Lake County Community Funding for computer software licenses and New 12,000 0 0 0 Resources and Development leveled readers(based on reading skill level)to provide literacy skill improvements in low-income CAT Computer Labs youth and adults. 2001 South State Street 28 South Valley Sanctuary Salaries for a program that provides shelter and 36th 0 10,000 0 0 0 supportive services to men,women and children 35th 0 Domestic Violence Crisis Shelter- who are residents of Salt Lake City that have 34th 0 Case Management been victimized by domestic violence. Located in West Jordan City 29 Splore Salaries for a program that promotes New 5,519 0 0 0 empowering experiences in an active,friendly 774 East 3300 South#105 world through affordable,customized and inclusive recreation and education programs for low-income City residents with disabilities or special medical needs. SALT LAKE CITY CDBG PROGRAM 10 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 30 University Neighborhood Operational support for a program that develops 36th 5,000 8,320 5,000 5,000 5,000 Partnerships partnerships and programming for low income 35th 5,000 Hartland Partnership Center immigrant youth in collaboration with University of Utah students and faculty. 1617 Secret Garden Lane,#172 Total 10,000 31 Utah Food Bank Salaries and operational support for a program New 6,500 6,500 0 0 that provides food boxes to low-income seniors Senior Food Box Program and persons with disabilities. 1025 South 700 West 32 UT Health&Human Rights Project Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 9,000 that provides case management and social 35th 10,000 Case Management&Administrative services to increase self-sufficiency among 34th 10,000 Support vulnerable newcomer populations who are 33rd 10,000 survivors of torture and war-related trauma. 32nd 10,000 225 South 200 East Total 50,000 33 Wasatch Community Gardens Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 25,000 40,800 0 15,000 15,000 that will create a network of sustainable Developing Sustainable Community community gardens in the City with a focus on Gardens low-income neighborhoods in partnership with schools,service,community and faith-based organizations. 34 Wasatch Community Gardens Salaries for a program that targets low income at- 36th 5,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 risk youth ages 5-18 that teaches responsibility, 35th 5,000 Youth Gardening Program cooperation and ecological awareness through 34th 5,000 hands-on gardening experiences. 33rd 5,000 32nd 5,000 769 South 600 East,SLC Others 273,000 1037 West 300 North, SLC Total 298,000 35 Wasatch Homeless Health Care Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 40,000 46,668 40,000 40,000 35,000 that provides outreach medical services two 35th 38,000 Fourth Street Clinic Outreach days a week to homeless persons in the 34th 29,360 downtown area and to identify the high users of emergency health care to get the care they need in a cost effective manner without resorting to EMS or ambulance services. Downtown area Total 107,360 36 YMCA Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 9,000 that provides after-school and summer programs 35th 10,000 After School and Summer for children at Rose Park Elementary School. 34th 10,000 Enrichment Program 32nd 10,000 Others 88,600 Total 128,600 Y SALT LAKE CITY 3G PROGRAM 11 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 37 YWCA Salaries and operational support for a program 36th 47,350 50,000 47,000 40,000 40,000 that provides crisis shelter and supportive 35th 35,000 Domestic Violence Shelter& services to women and children who are victims 34th 35,000 Supportive Services of domestic violence. 33rd 40,000 32nd 40,000 31st 35,000 Others 571,300 322 East 300 South Total 803,650 Public Services Total 957,299 605,000 555,500 523,500 15%Cap on Public Services 663,244 663,244 627,319 523,500 Difference -294,055 58,244 71,819 0 p ,q.91 e�1,�:,rle 1: n,,, v �,.c a11:,,h, 'dt M t k i ., .,, ,,Y ,,t 1 Alliance House Funding for building improvements to nine unit 36th 39,700 19,700 0 0 0 apartment building for a program that provides 35th 33,000 Apartment Rehabilitation services and housing for adults with serious and 34th 39,000 persistent mental illness. Improvements will include wall demolition and patching,granite wall caps,electrical wiring, paint,purchase and installation of front screen doors,porch lights and screens for exterior windows,install peephole in existing door,and contingency fees. 1805 South Main Others 95,500 Total 207,200 2 And Justice For All Funding for building improvements for a program New 25,000 0 0 0 205 North 400 West that creates and sustains resources that support several nonprofit legal aid programs including Legal Aid Society,Utah Legal Services, and the Disability Law Center. Improvements will consist of purchase and installation of new high efficiency HVAC system. SALT LAKE CITY CDBG PROGRAM 12 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 3 Asian Association of Utah Funding for building improvements for a program 36th 22,000 93,000 93,000 93,000 93,000 that provides services to Asians,Pacific 35th 0 Energy Conservation and Service Islanders and other refugee and immigrant 23rd 38,000 Improvements populations with social,education and cultural programs. The applicant applied for a new HVAC system,restroom renovations,carpeting and wall relocations. However,the building has life safety issues that must be addressed prior to the items requested. Therefore,the request is now for addressing the life safety issues. Total 60,000 4 Boys and Girls Clubs Funding for building improvements to Lied Club 36th 10,500 53,281 21,741 21,741 21,741 building that provides after-school programs for 35th 3,500 Lied Club Improvements Glendale area youth. Install window coverings: 3,940 Reception area&new front desk: 27,600 464 South Concord Resurface front entry floor: 1,755 Replace bathroom stalls: 8,883 Refinish gym floor. 1,000 Interior paint: 10,103 Total 14,000 5 CAP Head Start Program Funding for the construction of a nature-based 36th 185,000 109,146 0 0 0 playground to help meet the developmental 34th 146,008 1240 North American Beauty Drive needs of low income children through 31st 107,400 recreational and educational activities. Landscape architect&Admin: 10,046 Sprinkler system installation: 9,000 Demolition work: 4,500 Boulders,fill dirt,top soil&sod: 11,600 Trees and shrubs: 17,500 Concrete sidewalk tricycle path: 12,000 Mount Gazebo/Alphabet Hill: 24,500 Construct.zone play area&labor: 20,000 Total 438,408 6 Catholic Community Services Funding for building improvements for a program New 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 that provides meals to homeless persons to St.Vincent de Paul include the purchase and installation of 437 West 200 South commercial grade water heater for the kitchen. 4 SALT LAKE CITY 3G PROGRAM 13 FUNDING RECOMMENL ATIONS FOR 2011-12 7 Community Foundation for the Funding for improvements to a facility that 36th 40,000 89,488 70,000 70,000 0 Disabled/Columbus Comm.Center provides employment&training programs to low- income persons with developmental&physical disabilities. Replace roof: 64,000 1850 South 3230 West Upgrade HVAC;install heaters&fans: 18,800 Engineering&administration: 6,688 8 Dual Immersion Academy Funding for building improvements for a charter New 6,350 6,350 6,350 0 1555 South Glendale Drive school program that provides education to youth from Kindergarten to Eighth Grade in the Glendale area. Improvements will include the purchase and installation of acoustical wall panels in the school gymnasium. 9 Emergency Repair Fund Funding for grants to nonprofit organizations 36th 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 when they experience unforeseen emergencies 35th 10,000 SLC Housing&Neighborhood to their facilities that need repair. 33rd 10,000 Development 31 st 10,000 Others 27,000 Total 67,000 10 The Haven Funding for building improvements for a program New 39,400 0 0 0 that provides substance abuse treatment and transitional housing for low-income persons. Improvements will include electrical upgrades for two buildings. 653 East 300 South 11 Kostopolus Dream Foundation Funding for building improvements for a program New 5,000 0 0 0 2500 Emigration Canyon that provides summer camp,outdoor field trips, after school&weekend programs for special needs youth&adults. Building improvements will include the installation of an asphalt handicapped accessible parking area at their new equestrian facility. 12 Neighborhood House Funding for building improvements for a program 36th 13,300 19,400 13,400 13,400 13,400 that provides day care to low-income children. 34th 15,000 Children's Day Care Center Improvements will include roof-top timer units for 33rd 15,000 restroom ventilation, a new telephone system 32nd 15,000 and flood insurance required to participation in the CDBG program. Restroom ventilation: 9,000 31 st 17,300 Telephone system: 6,000 Others 140,000 1050 West 500 South,84104 Flood Insurance: 4,400 Total 215,600 SALT LAKE CITY CDBG PROGRAM 14 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 13 Odyssey House Funding for kitchen improvements for a program New 40,000 40,000 0 0 that provides residential substance abuse Women and Children's Center treatment for women and children. 42 South 500 East Improvements will include: Sink, refrigerator,and range: 14,248 Cabinets: 9,826 Flooring: 4,825 Interior wall renovation: 9,500 Deck addition: 5,500 Permits&Fees: 1,100 14 Salt Lake School District Funding for construction of a community learning 36th 233,732 500,000 0 0 0 center for students at the Mountain View Community Learning Center- Elementary&Glendale Middle schools. Programs offered will be specific to the needs of 1380 South Navajo Street the community,including language literacy, financial literacy,nutrition workshops,health clinics and career counseling. 15 Salvation Army Funding for construction of a new 4400 square 35th 112,130 200,000 0 0 0 foot building to house the Salt Lake Salvation 34th 0 Adult Rehabilitation Facility Remodel Army and their Salt Lake Family Services 33rd 35,000 Program that will offer emergency food,clothing, 32nd 42,415 438 South 900 West transportation,after-school programs/services, 31st 60,000 and training&case management for low-income individuals with multiple bafflers to self- sufficiency. Total 249,545 16 University Neighborhood Partners Funding for building improvements of new New 175,000 175,000 75,000 75,000 property at 1578 West 1700 South to serve as A New Home for Hartland the new headquarters for the University Partners/Hartland Partnership Center. 1578 West 1700 South Elevator for ADA Access: 100,000 Fire sprinkling system: 45,000 Restroom renovations: 30,000 17 Wasatch Homeless Health Care Funding for landscape improvements to the New 25,500 0 0 0 parking strip to include purchase and installation of irrigation system,plants,soil and amendments,turf,gravel and project design. 404 South 400 West Irrigation System: 12,000 Plants: 9,800 Soil,turf and gravel: 3,100 Design: 600 Public Services Building Improvement Total 1,425,265 444,491 304,491 228,141 - - SALT LAKE CITY )3G PROGRAM 15 FUNDING RECOMMENbMTIONS FOR 2011-12 _ ,;, .. � .. : :, �ty.S1i:r� u;� 5 ..f..s- ✓ +9it, :ti7Y�s����9'wed' i.. t «i(i.$,1� ,tl �c t^' :« 3"t+4a?�.;"..9f�.` � „u`wh1,.... ,, ��� . ;-:. ,». .:_ ..- ' �.... 7�.. w,., • 1 Glendale Park Improvements Funding_to develop a community-based New 50,000 50,000 0 0 design/planning process for improvements to the existing uses and facilities in Glendale Park to determine the best upgrades needed to extend its uses and functions. Results will be used to determine future funding needs. Design/Planning 1200 West 1700 South 2 Centro Civico Mexicano Funding to develop a business plan for use to New 10,000 0 10,000 5,000 obtain funding to build a new facility at the same location. The plan will include cost estimates, research, marketing plan,member's needs and potential building tenants. 155 South 600 West 3 Census Data Extraction Funding to hire a consultant to extract New 40,000 40,000 30,000 25,000 SLC Housing & Neighborhood information from the 2010 Census Data to help Development the City bridge information from the 2000 Census relative to SLC Council districts. Information will include populations by age,sex, race/ethnicity,household type and size, occupancy status,presence of children in the household and other information specific to Council districts rather than the City as a whole. Planning Total 100,000 90,000 40,000 30,000 .5 .•� ,av ;.. - ':ram. 1 SLC Percent for Art Funding to provide enhancements to City 36th 25,000 3,000 5,000 30,000 30,000 properties through decorative pavements, 35th 10,000 railings,sculptures,fountains,and other works of 34th 25,000 art. 33rd 5,952 32nd 5,000 31st 6,000 Others 47,450 Total 124,402 Percent for Art Total 3,000 5,000 30,000 30,000 SALT LAKE CITY CDBG PROGRAM 16 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 yCIT1Y ADMINISTR2ATION ',: x 1 City Attorney's Office Partial funding for staff salaries to provide 36th 55,432 23,182 23,182 23,182 23,182 contract administration function for federal 35th 55,432 grants. 34th 55,432 33rd 55,432 32nd 55,432 31st 55,432 30th 55,432 Others 903,960 Total 1,291,984 2 Finance Division Partial funding for staff salaries to provide 36th 82,776 82,776 82,776 82,776 82,776 financial administration and accounting services 35th 82,776 for federal grants. 34th 82,776 33rd 82,776 32nd 82,776 31st 91,967 30th 91,967 Others 945,217 Total 1,543,031 3 Housing&Neighborhood Funding for salaries and operational expenses of 36th 472,804 482,804 482,804 472,804 472,804 Development HAND to administer and monitor the federal 35th 472,804 grants and to conduct the community processes. 34th 405,616 In prior Years,the Planning Division was 33rd 405,616 the amount of$67,188 for the Environmental 32nd 405,616 In 35th Year,that position was transferred to 31st 405,616 CDBG admin budget was then discontinued for 30th 437,616 and moved to HAND's CDBG administrative Others 3,460,149 _ Total 6,465,837 4 Mayor's Office Partial funding for salaries and operational 36th 91,709 91,709 91,709 81,709 81,709 expenses of three positions to provide 35th 91,709 community relations support for federal grants. 34th 91,709 33rd 91,709 32nd 91,709 31st 91,709 30th 91,709 Others 1,517,962 Total 2,159,925 City Administration Total 680,471 680,471 660,471 660,471 . .. .4 s "',.,; ,ei, a;',,,,.""'' .4,. .'r=.'.�,`: "'. 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'".�,,,, ` ��.:r,v „y d+xu,�2�:ha';A£n;,1ap.`y�ywytS:.i vd�.,z�''.',�R(.h-t^�r`.n��ha�ix=:.x`�:*�''y�vw..r p"v Contingency Funding set aside to cover unanticipated cost 36th 60,000� 50,000 51,091 overruns on funded projects. 35th 46,776 _ x 35,000 i Contingency Total 0 0 50,000 51,091 SALT LAKE CITY/ 3 PROGRAM 17 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 CDBG-R"REALLOCATION _ I 1 Salt Lake City Engineering Funds available for reallocation for. 36th-R 189,000 136,175 136,175 136,175 136,175 35th-R 243,281 Ramps 136,175 136,175 136,175 136,175 Total Requested/Recommended 8,846,220 4,751,710 4,309,547 3,646,303 2011-12 Grant Amount ' 4,421,626 4,421,626 3,979,463 3,316,219 CDBG Reallocated Funds 193,909 193,909 193,909 193,909 CDBG-R Reallocated Funds 136,175 136,175 136,175 136,175 4,751,710_ 4,751,710 4,309,547 3,646,303 Difference -4,094,510 0 0 0 F ailk ♦11`O% =c t t 4I II % ec_ -- 0 i;.." t „ I. ,ram 400 s • :I ' •• i �rriaOft ♦ -I'� r^t� to -Ill —_I::�. 1 1 tt ' • 4/16 �,,, w J � ,♦♦♦ �} l 8 ttt j CDBG LONG DESCRIPTIONS OF 2011-2012 REQUESTS HOUSING REQUESTED AMOUNTS ASSIST. Inc. 218 East 500 South $ 350,000 This request is for funding for partial salaries, operational support and rehabilitation activities for a program that provides grants for housing repairs of up to $2000 per year to homeowners and $250 to renters, who are very low or fixed income households, elderly or disabled individuals. Repairs include plumbing, heating and electrical, replacement or repair of leaking roofs and installation of accessibility ramps and grab bars. Last year, Assist completed 270 Emergency Home Repair jobs in Salt Lake City at approximately$1,455 per job and made more than 200 accessibility modifications to households and nonprofit organizations in Salt Lake City. Assist also provides architectural design, community planning and development assistance to other nonprofits and community organizations. Funds requested will complete approximately 400 Emergency Home Repair projects and accessibility alterations and design services. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Community Development Corporation of Utah (CDC) $ 130,000 501 East 1700 South This request is for funding of partial salaries for a program that provides affordable home ownership opportunities to low- and moderate-income families throughout Salt Lake City. This organization's primary focus is providing affordable homeownership opportunities to low- and moderate-income families through new construction, rehabilitation, down payment assistance, financial assistance, counseling and education. It is anticipated that approximately 15 clients will be served by the down payment assistance program, that the portfolio of mortgage loans will be administered, and one or two properties will be rehabilitated and resold with these funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Housing and Neighborhood Development $100,000 Housing Match Funds Funds will be used by Salt Lake City as match money for acquisition, new construction, or rehabilitation of transitional and permanent housing projects proposed by housing development organizations to produce affordable and/or special needs housing units for low-income households. Projects funded in the past with Housing Match Funds include the Freedom Landing Apartment Project for homeless veterans, the Palmer Court Apartment Project for homeless individuals and the Kelly Benson Apartment Project for homeless seniors. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. Housing and Neighborhood Development Housing Rehabilitation and First Time Homebuyer Programs $ 620,000 This request is for funding for partial salaries, operational support, and rehabilitation activities for a program that provides residential rehabilitation including technical assistance (property inspections, preparation of cost estimates, recommendation of contractors and supervision of construction), emergency repairs, financial services (minimum and no payment, low interest loans, loan limit analyses, credit and title searches, and loan application preparation), monitoring services, and construction for the elimination of slums and blight and prevention of blighting influences, and the deterioration of property, neighborhood and community facilities for persons of low/moderate-income, within eligible areas of the City. Activities also include acquiring, rehabilitating and financing homes for the City's First Time Homebuyer program. Requested funds for 2011-12 will be used for staff costs to oversee the rehabilitation of 110 housing units, 20 first-time home buyer projects, and management of a $48,000,000 mortgage portfolio. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. 1 NeighborWorks Salt Lake 622 West 500 North $100,000 This request is for funding for partial salaries and operational support for a program that provides loans, grants and home improvement services, home ownership counseling, community development and building, and asset and property management. Low-interest loans may be extended to homeowners who wish to rehabilitate and improve their homes with priority given to safety issues and code items. Other uses may include land acquisition of problem properties for development of affordable housing, in-fill housing and blended mortgages. Requested funds for 2011-12 will allow them to provide services to approximately 10 households. NeighborWorks now offers first mortgage opportunities and when a low-interest CDBG second mortgage is extended in conjunction with a NeighborWorks first mortgage, the overall monthly payment becomes more affordable allowing more people the opportunity for home ownership. They anticipate serving 392 Salt Lake residents in 2011- 12. The target area encompasses the Rose Park, Fairpark, Poplar Grove, West Pointe, Jordan Meadows, Glendale, and lower west Capitol Hill areas of the City. Application filed by nonprofit organization. TOTAL HOUSING REQUESTS $ 1,30,0000 STREET DESIGN REQUESTED AMOUNTS Navajo Street Design $ 32,000 Glendale Drive from California Avenue to Navajo Street This request is for funding for project design for the reconstruction of Glendale Drive, including installation of curb, gutter, sidewalk, parkstrip landscaping, and storm drain improvements. Construction funding is anticipated to be approximately $360,000. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. Kensington and Roosevelt Avenues Street Design $ 50,000 Kensington Avenue from 400 East to 500 East Roosevelt Avenue from 300 East to 400 East This request is for funding for project design for the reconstruction of Kensington and Roosevelt Avenues, including installation of curb, gutter, sidewalk, parkstrip landscaping, and storm drain improvements. Construction funding is anticipated to be approximately $300,000 for each street. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. TOTAL STREET DESIGN REQUESTS $ 82,000 STREET CONSTRUCTION REQUESTED AMOUNTS Physical Access Ramps $ 400,000 This request is for construction costs, design and engineering fees for ADA access ramps at various locations in eligible areas of the City to provide access to commercial areas, parks, transit access, senior centers, community centers, libraries and public services for individuals with disabilities. These funds will allow the construction of approximately 86 ramps. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. Glendale Streets Reconstruction $ 246,000 Navajo Street from Glendale Drive to 1300 South This request is for funding to construct street improvements to include pavement reconstruction, installation of sidewalk, curb and gutter, and storm drainage. Project design in the amount of$30,000 was funded in 2009-10 with CDBG funds. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. TOTAL STREET CONSTRUCTION REQUESTS $ 646,000 2 SIDEWALKS REQUESTED AMOUNTS Citywide in eligible areas $ 400,000 This request is for funding for replacement of cracked and displaced sidewalks in CDBG eligible areas and includes design and administration fees. This project will improve low- and moderate- income neighborhoods by providing improved pedestrian safety, access and upgrading neighborhood appearance. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. TOTAL SIDEWALK REQUESTS $400,000 PARKS REQUESTED AMOUNTS Property acquisition for Jordan River Parkway Trailhead 356 North Redwood Road $ 65,000 Funding to purchase a blighted property located at 356 North Redwood Road, adjacent to the Jordan River Parkway and Cottonwood Park for future development of a trailhead for the Jordan River Parkway as well as parking/open space for Cottonwood Park. The property is approximately one-half acre in size. Application filed by the Fairpark Community Council in conjunction with the Jordan Meadows Community Council. ADA Improvements and Riverside Access Study for $ 50,000 Alzheimer's Memorial Park 265 South 1200 West Funding for a study to provide river side ADA access improvements at the Alzheimer's Memorial Park in Poplar Grove and to determine the amount of funding that would be necessary to make those improvements. Application filed by a City resident. Jordan Park Defined Activity Areas $ 12,000 1000 South 900 West Create fenced, defined activity areas to improve safety and security in the Jordan River Park. New, defined activity areas would separate different park uses to mitigate and prevent conflicts between park users. Application filed by a City resident. Glendale Tennis Complex Restroom Reconstruction $ 350,000 1700 South 1500 West Construct restrooms for the Glendale Tennis complex to encourage new and continued use by the community. The nearest existing restrooms are located one block away from this tennis complex. Application filed by the Utah Tongan Tennis Club in conjunction with the Glendale Community Council. Cottonwood Park Sprinkler Irrigation System $ 440,000 300 North 1600 West Remove the existing, obsolete irrigation system and replace it with a new system including valves, heads, controllers and a central control connection to the existing Parks system. Associated landscaping upgrades would also be necessary. Design for this project was funded in 2010-11 with CDBG funds in the amount of$88,000. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. Jordan River Parkway Trailhead at 1000 North $ 300,000 Develop a trailhead to include a parking lot for the existing canoe launch at the Jordan River and 1000 North. Other improvements will include curb, gutter, sidewalk, landscaping, irrigation system, security lighting, tables, benches and drinking fountains. Design for this project was funded in 20102- 11 with CDBG funds. The trail way is widely used by many of the local community residents for recreational activities. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. 3 Rosewood Parking Lot Replacement $ 243,960 1200 West 1300 North Remove and replace an existing parking lot with more sustainable materials, utilizing permeable concrete pavement and underground water retention capabilities to minimize the amount of run-off needing to exit the site. Curb, gutter and driveway approach improvements will also be included. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. Fifth Avenue and "C" Street Tennis Courts $ 598,100 Removal of existing tennis courts, retaining walls and trees in order to rebuild two tennis courts to meet current standards, including new retaining walls, new fencing, and associated landscaping improvements. New benches, drinking founding, and equipment to support the new courts will also be provided. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. Westpointe Park Playground Improvements $ 623,750 1100 North 2200 West Remove old playground and sand, improve existing curbs and sidewalks, install new bark mulch and play surfacing, install new ADA accessible play equipment, new water play equipment, relocate the existing volley ball court, replace sod and irrigation equipment and add benches and other appropriate furnishings. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. Fire Station Tennis Courts $ 228,300 273 North 1000 West Replace two existing courts with two new post-tension courts, replace fencing and net posts, landscaping and irrigation adjustments, install conduits for future lighting and install new benches. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. As*, 600 East Island Irrigation System $ 204,900 600 East between South Temple and 600 South Replace an obsolete irrigation system that will connect to the City's central control system, including new water and power meters and associated landscaping improvements. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. TOTAL PARKS REQUESTS $ 3,116,010 PUBLIC SERVICES REQUESTED AMOUNTS Asian Association $ 33,600 155 South 300 West Funding for partial salaries and operational support for a program that provides self-sufficiency and employment preparation through English literacy, computer, and life skill training for refugees and immigrants. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 2,600 people in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Bad Dog Rediscovers America 824 South 400 West $ 15,000 This request is for partial salaries for agency staff, operational support and art supplies for a program that provides after-school art outreach to students at Backman, Edison, Jackson, Whittier, Glendale, and Mountain View Elementary schools. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 800 students in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. 4 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah School-based Mentoring Program $ 10,000 This request is for partial salaries and operational support for a program that provides school-based mentoring services at Bennion and Washington Elementary Schools. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 15 students in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah Community-based Mentoring Program $ 5,000 This request is for partial salaries and operational support for a program that provides community- based mentoring services for low-income Salt Lake City youth outside the elementary school system. Activities may include homework support, sports, visits to museums, etc. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 15 youth in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake Capitol West Boys and Girls Club $ 38,865 669 South 200 East#100 This request is for partial salaries of agency staff for an after-school program that provides guidance oriented character development programs for high-risk, poverty level children at the Capitol West facility located at 567 West 300 North. This program provides activities in the Three Pillars of Success (Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Good Character& Citizenship)for youth and their families living in the Jackson/Guadalupe area. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 300 youth in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salt Lake Youth with a Voice Program $ 31,169 669 South 200 East#100 This request is for partial salaries for agency staff, program supplies and student incentives to operate programs at three locations that teach life and social skills, provide recreational opportunities and leadership skills to at-risk youth ages 11-17; Sugarhouse Club (968 East Sugarmont Avenue), Lied Club (464 South Concord St.), Capitol West Club (567 West 300 North). The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 90 youth in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Catholic Community Services St. Mary's Home for Men $ 10,000 745 East 300 South This request is for partial salaries for agency staff who work with residents in a program that provides residential substance abuse treatment for low-income and/or chronically homeless adult men, including veterans, at the St. Mary's facility. The facility offers a holistic approach to addiction, providing men with long-term treatment aimed at improving their overall mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 14 clients with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Catholic Community Services of Utah Weigand Day Center $ 20,000 745 East 300 South This request is for partial salaries for agency staff for a program that provides day shelter services to the homeless at the Weigand Day Center located at 235 South Rio Grande. The center provides the homeless a place to shower, get a haircut, store baggage, do laundry, pick up mail, search for employment, use the telephone, obtain fresh drinking water and use restroom facilities. Referrals are available to appropriate services needed by the homeless. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 350 persons with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. 5 Children's Service Society School Readiness Program $ 50,815 124 South 400 East#400 This request is for partial salaries for agency staff for a program that trains and assists parents in helping their children prepare for kindergarten by enhancing language development, intellectual growth, social development and motor skills. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 130 families with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Community Action Program Housing Outreach Rental Program $ 30,000 764 South 200 West This request is for partial salaries for agency staff for a program that assists low income households to obtain safe, affordable rental housing and to increase the number of low cost apartment listings available; to assist individuals in understanding their rights and responsibilities as a renter; ensure access to landlord/tenant mediation; provide rent/deposit/mortgage payment assistance, when available, provide appropriate referrals to meet the emergency needs of families in housing, food, employment and medical assistance, and assist non-English speaking families and special needs populations with suitable housing. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 528 individuals in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Community Action Program Northwest Emergency Food Pantry $ 25,000 300 North 1300 West This request is for partial salaries and operating expenses for a program that provides food and referrals to social services to people in emergency situations at the Northwest Food Pantry located at Awl 300 North 1300 West. Clients are provided a week's supply of food per visit that is nutritionally balanced to provide maximum health benefits. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 955 households in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Community Action Program Tenant Home Maintenance Project $ 10,000 764 South 200 West This request is for partial salaries for agency staff for a program that provides training, housing counseling, and access to landlord/tenant mediation services for low-income households. Staff provides education on understanding renter's rights and responsibilities, ensures access to landlord/tenant mediation services, provides housing maintenance training, provides information on lease or rental agreement obligations, teaches basic home maintenance skills and budgetary/money management techniques, and provides appropriate referrals to other community resources. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 46 persons with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Community Health Centers 1798 South West Temple $ 75,000 This request is for operating expenses for a program that provides medical and dental care to low- income persons, uninsured Salt Lake City residents at their Central City Clinic located at 461 South 400 East. CHC clinicians provide a comprehensive range of primary health care, including: prenatal and delivery, OB/GYN, immunizations, and well care services. Dental care includes dental diagnosis, treatment and dental hygiene education. Other services include lab testing, radiology, low-cost and free medications and health education. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 0010,,, 1,138 persons in 2011-12 with these funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. 6 Crossroads Urban Center Emergency Food Pantry $ 16,500 347 South 400 East This request is for partial salaries for agency staff for a program that works to help meet the emergency food needs of the homeless and low-income families. The agency provides a three-day supply of food to needy families, as well as holiday food packages. This program also refers clients to other social service programs as needed. This program also specializes in meeting the needs of infants and their families. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 6,962 persons with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Salt Lake Donated Dental 1383 South 900 West $ 30,000 This request is for partial salaries of agency staff and operating expenses for a program that provides quality preventive and restorative dental treatment to homeless and low income families and individuals. The agency provides an on-site oral hygiene education program to clients that helps maintain oral hygiene. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 415 individuals with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. English Skills Learning Center 631 West North Temple $28,000 This request is for partial salaries for AmeriCorps positions for an agency that has a variety of programs that recruit, train, match and supervise over 100 volunteers who teach English to adult refugees and immigrants. Volunteer teachers will meet with students to provide individualized instruction in English as a Second Language (ESL). Instruction will take place in schools, apartment complexes, workplaces, community centers, libraries, churches and in students' homes. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 600 persons in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Family Support Center 2020 South Lake Street $ 15,000 This request is for partial salaries of house-parents for a program that provides free short-term crisis care to children up to age 12 who are at risk for abuse or neglect at the 2020 South Lake St. facility. While at the nursery, children have nutritious meals and naps, and receive change of clothes and baths, if necessary. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 214 children and their families in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Housing Authority of Salt Lake City $ 10,000 1776 South West Temple Funding for equipment to establish the Salt Lake City Resource Center to assist clients of the Housing Authority develop skills necessary to promote self-sufficiency through job searches, computer training, resume preparation, GED completion and ESL classes. Equipment will include 12 computers, 2 printers, a fax machine, and a copier. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 6107 people in 2011-12 with these funds. Application filed by local housing authority. Indian Walk-In Center $ 29,900 Food Pantry 120 West 1300 South Funding for partial salaries and operational support for a program that provides emergency food supplies to low-income families and individuals. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 2000 persons with these funds. Application filed by nonprofit agency. 7 Indian Walk-In Center $ 67,643 Community Coordination Program 120 West 1300 South Funding for partial salaries and operational support for a program that provides mental. social and physical health care services/referrals to American Indians, Alaskan Natives, and other low-income individuals and families in Salt Lake City. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 540 persons with funding from 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Kostopulos Dream Foundation Summer Recreation Programs $ 5,000 2500 Emigration Canyon This request is for partial salaries and operating expenses for a program that provides residential summer camp experience and fall/winter after-school social clubs, sports and field trips for special needs children and adults. The activities provided by the agency include eleven one-week residential summer camps and six one-week travel adventures to state and national parks for people with disabilities. The program anticipates serving 180 persons in 2011-12 with SLC funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Legal Aid Society of Salt Lake Domestic Violence Victim Assistance Program $ 15,000 205 North 400 West This request is for partial salaries for a program that assists adults and children who are victims of domestic violence in obtaining civil protective orders against their abusers and helps bring stability and safety to families in crisis. Services take place at the agency office, the Family Justice Center located at the YWCA(322 East 300 South), the Legal Aid Society office at 205 North 400 West, and at a satellite office at the Matheson Courthouse. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 71 clients in 2011-12 with SLC funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Literacy Action Center $ 5,000 3595 South Main Street Funding for partial salary expenses for a program that provides literacy services to functionally illiterate English-speaking adults, on a one-on-once basis, to help them learn to read and write. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 35 Salt Lake City residents with funds from 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Peer Court $ 5,000 645 south 200 East This request is for partial salaries for a program that provides an alternative form of juvenile justice where youth who commit minor offenses are sentenced and mentored by their peers to strengthen ties to schools, communities and create positive peer role models. Services are provided at the Matheson Courthouse. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 760 persons in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Rape Recovery Center 2035 South 1300 East $ 40,000 This request is for partial salaries and operating expenses for a program that provides confidential, crisis intervention, advocacy services and no-cost therapy for low income victims of sexual assault. Services include access to a 24-hour crisis hotline with bilingual capability; access to a 24-hour hospital emergency response team to assist victims in local hospitals; and crisis intervention therapy services to help victims work through the healing process. The agency anticipates serving , , approximately 120 Salt Lake City clients in local hospitals and 1,219 clients with crisis line support in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. 8 The Road Home 210 South Rio Grande $ 126,000 This request is for partial salaries for shelter staff for a program that provides shelter and supportive services to help homeless persons gain skills to become self-sufficient and move to permanent housing. The staff provides 24-hour staffing, monitors shelter activities, enforces rules, assists in the check-in process and maintains a safe environment for the clients. The Road Home anticipates serving approximately 280 persons with SLC funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Salt Lake County Community Resources & Development $ 12,000 CAT Computer Labs Funding for Lexia computer software licenses and leveled readers (based on reading skill level) in two of Salt Lake City's lowest income areas (Rosepark and Central City)to provide literacy skill improvements in low-income youth and adults. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 5,000 individuals with funds from 2011-12. Application filed by a local governmental agency. South Valley Sanctuary Domestic Violence Crisis Shelter $ 10,000 1853 West 7705 South This request is for partial salaries for a program that provides shelter and supportive services to men, women and children who have been victimized by domestic violence, including such basic services as safe shelter, food, clothing and personal care items. Case management services and interpreting services will be provided to refugee victims of domestic violence as they access in-house supportive services. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 1,200 persons in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Splore $ 5,519 774 East 3300 South Funding requested for partial salaries for a program that promotes empowering experiences in an active, friendly world through affordable, customized, and inclusive recreational and educational programs for low/moderate-income Salt Lake City residents with disabilities or special medical needs to help them improve their health and self esteem. The agency anticipates provided services to approximately 37 individuals with 2011-12 funds. Application filed by a nonprofit organization. University Neighborhood Partnerships Hartland Partnership Center, Youth Center $ 8,320 1617 Secret Garden Lane This request is for operational expenses for a program that develops youth partnerships and programming for immigrant and refugee youth to help increase leadership skills, provides tutors and mentor to reach educational and personal goals and ensure the opportunity to become involved in creative activities. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 40 youth in 2011-12 with these funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Utah Food Bank Senior Food Box Program $ 6,500 3150 South 900 West This request is for partial salaries and program supplies for a program that provides food boxes to low-income Salt Lake City seniors and residents with disabilities. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 1,000 City residents with funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. 9 • Utah Health and Human Rights Project Case Management&Administrative Support $ 10,000 225 South 200 East This request is for funding for partial salaries and operational expenses for a program that provides specialized services aimed at those who have been most severely impacted by torture and war- related violence. The agency proposes to provide specialized case management to at-risk survivors of torture and severe war trauma so they can receive other services to live satisfying and productive lives in Utah. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 10 persons in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Wasatch Community Gardens Developing Sustainable Community Gardens $ 40,800 345 East 400 South This request is for partial salaries and operational expenses for a program that will create a network of sustainable community gardens in the City with a focus on low-income neighborhoods in partnership with schools, community, and faith-based organizations. The agency will create a resource sharing network to ensure the long term success and viability of community gardens. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 250 City residents in 2011-12 with SLC funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Wasatch Community Gardens Youth Gardening Programs $ 10,000 345 East 400 South This request is for partial salaries for a program that provides hands-on outdoor learning opportunities that empowers youth, ages 5 to 18, with the skills, awareness and knowledge to make healthy choices for themselves and the environment through the year-round gardening program. Two community gardens are the locations for the youth programs at 769 South 600 East and 1037 West 300 North. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 130 City youth in 2011-12 with these funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Wasatch Homeless Health Care Fourth Street Clinic Outreach $ 46,668 404 South 400 West This request is for partial salaries and operating expenses to provide outreach medical services to homeless persons in the downtown area where they gather during the day at and around the Weigand Day Center, The Road Home, the Rescue Mission, Fourth Street Clinic, Safe Haven in order to assess their health needs and transport those needing care to Fourth Street Clinic or to local hospitals. The service this Outreach Team provides reduces the number of emergency medical calls for service that emergency teams respond to. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 700 individuals with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. YMCA After School and Summer Enrichment Program $ 10,000 3098 South Highland Drive This request is for partial salaries and operating expenses for a program that provides after-school and summer programs for elementary school children living in the homeless shelter. Services may be provided at Washington Elementary, Wasatch Community Gardens, Youth City Artways, the SLC Main Library and other field trip locations. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 90 youth with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. 10 YWCA Domestic Violence Shelter $ 50,000 322 East 300 South Funding for partial salaries and operating expenses for the Women in Jeopardy Program that provides crisis shelter and supportive services to women and children who are victims of domestic violence, so they can obtain immediate safety, support, and respite; gain access to community resources, begin the steps to self-sufficiency and become empowered to break free from the cycle of violence. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 820 women and children with funds in 2011- 12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. TOTAL PUBLIC SERVICE REQUESTS $ 957,299 PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS REQUESTED AMOUNTS Alliance House 1805 South Main Street $ 19,700 This request is for rehabilitation of a nine unit apartment building for a program that provides housing and supportive services for individuals with serious mental illness. The improvements include creating an opening in a room-dividing wall in order to create a more open environment, patching the opened wall with a small granite cap, wiring upgrades related to the wall rehabilitation, and interior paint. Other improvements include the purchase and installation of front screen doors, a peephole for the existing door, porch lights, and screens for the exterior windows. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately nine persons during 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. And Justice for All $ 25,000 205 North 400 West Funds requested for building improvements for a program that creates and sustains resources that support several nonprofit legal aid programs including the Legal Aid Society, Utah Legal Services and the Disability Law Center. Improvements will include the purchase and installation of a new, high efficiency HVAC system. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 3,900 City residents with 2011-12 funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Asian Association $ 93,000 155 South 300 West This request is for funds to rehabilitate the service center that provides services to Asians, Pacific Islanders and other immigrant and refugee populations with social, educational and cultural programs. The improvements will include repairs needed to ensure the building meets Salt Lake City code requirements relative to life safety issues in order to bring the building into compliance. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 2,600 persons in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Boys & Girls Club $ 53,281 Lied Center 464 South Concord This request is for funds for improvements to the Lied Center which provides after-school activities to children aged 6 to 18 in the Poplar Grove area. The proposed improvements include the installation of window coverings, rehabilitation of the reception area, purchase of a new front desk, resurfacing the front entry flooring, replacement of bathroom stalls, refinishing the gymnasium floor, and interior painting The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 1,500 youth in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. 11 CAP— Head Start $ 109,146 1240 American Beauty Drive This request is for playground improvements for a program that provides early childhood development programs for children in low income families. The proposed playground improvements include sprinkler system installation, demolition work, installation of boulders, fill dirt, top soil, sod, trees and shrubs, installation of a concrete tricycle path, a Mount Gazebo/Alphabet Hill, construction zone play area, and associated architectural and administrative fees and labor expenses. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 304 persons in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Catholic Community Services $ 15,000 St. Vincent de Paul Resource Center 437 West 200 South This request is for building improvements for a program that provides meals to homeless persons. Improvements will include the purchase and installation of a commercial grade water heater for the kitchen. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 2,500 persons in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Community Foundation for Disabled/Columbus Community Center $. 89,488 1850 South 3230 West This request is for funds for building improvements for a program that provides employment and training programs to persons with developmental and physical disabilities, including training in production and warehouse skills. The proposed improvements include roof replacement, upgrade HVAC system and installation of heaters and fans, and engineering and administration expenses. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 75 persons in 2011-12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Dual Immersion Academy $ 6,350 1555 South Glendale Drive Funding for building improvements for a charter school program that provides education to youth from Kindergarten to Eighth Grade in the Glendale community. Improvements will include the purchase and installation of acoustical wall panels in the school gymnasium. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 10-15 City youth with the funds from 2011-12. Application filed by a nonprofit organization. HAND Emergency Repair Fund $10,000 This request is for funding to provide building improvement grants to nonprofit organizations that provide services to low/moderate-income persons when the nonprofit organization experiences an emergency situation such as a leaking roof, plumbing problems or other emergency situations that might significantly impair their ability to meet the needs of their clients. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. The Haven $ 39,400 653 East 300 South This request is for building improvements for a program that provides substance abuse treatment and transitional housing for low-income persons allowing them the opportunity to have safe, affordable housing, economic support and guidance to obtain long-term stability. Improvements will include electrical upgrades to the George House and Josephine Cottage. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 18 individuals with these funds in 2011-12. Application filed by a nonprofit , organization. 12 ' Kostopulos Dream Foundation $ 5,000 2500 Emigration Canyon Funding for building improvements for a program that provides year-round programs including summer camp, outdoor field trips, and after school and weekend programs for special needs children and adults. Improvements will include the installation of asphalt, handicapped accessible parking area at their equestrian facility. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 180 persons with funds from 2011-12. Application filed by a nonprofit organization. Neighborhood House $19,400 Children's Day Center 1050 West 500 South This request is for building improvements for a program that provides supervised day care services to children. The improvements will include roof-top timer units for restroom ventilation, a new telephone system, and flood insurance required for participation in the CDBG program. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 500 children in 2011-12 with these funds. Application filed by a nonprofit organization. Odyssey House $ 40,000 Mothers with Children Program- 42 South 500 East This request is for the renovation of the kitchen of a program that provides residential substance abuse treatment services targeted to low and moderate-income mothers with children. Kitchen renovations will include the purchase and installation of a new sink, refrigerator, range, cabinets, flooring, new interior wall construction, installation of a new deck and associated permits and fees. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 42 families in 2011-12 with these funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Salt Lake City School District $ 500,000 Community Learning Center 1380 South Navajo Street This request is for partial funding to construct an 18,000 square-foot community learning center at Glendale Middle/Mountain View Elementary school that will provide various programs specific to the needs of the community, including language literacy, financial literacy, nutrition workshops, health clinics and career counseling. The facility would contain seven classrooms, multi-purpose room, three offices, three private counseling rooms, storage areas and restrooms. The overall cost is projected at $1.9 million dollars. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 1,500 students and their families with these funds. Application filed by a school district. Salvation Army $200,000 This request is for funding for the construction of a new 4,400 square-foot building, to be located at 438 South 900 West, to house the Salt Lake Salvation Army and their Salt Lake Family Services Program that will offer emergency food, clothing, transportation, after-school programs/services, and training and case management for low-income individuals with multiple barriers to self-sufficiency. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 26,600 persons with these funds in 2011- 12. Application filed by nonprofit organization. University Neighborhood Partners $ 175,000 1578 West 1700 South Funding for building improvements of a new property located at 1578 West 1700 South that will serve as the new headquarters for the University Partners/Hartland Partnership Center, for a program that develops youth partnerships and programming for immigrant and refugee youth that increase leadership skills, provides tutors and mentor to reach educational and personal goals and have the 13 opportunity to become involved in creative activities. The agency expects to serve 700 individuals in 2011-12 with these funds. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Wasatch Homeless Healthcare $ 25,500 Fourth Street Clinic 404 South 400 West Funding for landscape improvements for a program that provides comprehensive primary healthcare services to homeless individuals in the Salt Lake area. Improvements will be made to the parking strip to include the purchase and installation of an irrigations system, plants, soil and amendments, turf, gravel and project design. The agency anticipates providing services to approximately 5,500 people with funds from 2011-12. Application filed by a nonprofit organization. TOTAL PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS $ 1,420,765 PLANNING REQUESTED AMOUNTS Glendale Park Improvements $ 50,000 1200 West 1700 South Funding to develop a community-based design/planning proves for improvements to the existing uses and facilities in Glendale Park in order to determine the best upgrades needed to extend its uses and functions. Results will be used to determine future funding needs. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. Centro Civico Mexicano $10,000 155 South 600 West Funding to develop a business plan for use to obtain funding to build a new facility at the same location as the existing Centro Civico Mexicano. The plan will include cost estimates, research, a marketing plan, consideration of members' needs and potential building tenants. Application filed by a nonprofit organization. Census Data Extraction $ 40,000 Funding to hire a consultant to extract information from the 2010 Census Data to help the City bridge information from the 2000 Census relative to Salt Lake City Council districts. Information will include populations by age, sex, race/ethnicity, household type and size, occupancy status, presence of children in the home, and other information specific o Salt Lake City Council districts rather than the City a whole. Application filed by a division of Salt Lake City. TOTAL PLANNING REQUESTS: $ 100,000 CITY ADMINISTRATION Funding or unctions necessary fo administerkiminis-TeTIFe grant. City Attorney's Office $ 23,182 Finance $ 82,776 Housing and Neighborhood Development $ 482,804 Mayor's Office for Community Relations $ 91,709 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION REQUESTS $ 680,471 PERCENT FOR ART REQUESTED AMOUNT Percent for Arts $ 3,000 To provide enhancements such as decorative pavement, railings, sculptures, fountains and other works of aft 1% of project construction cost is allocated for art projects. 14 CONTINGENCY REQUESTED AMOUNT Funds for unanticipated approved project cost over-runs $50,000 CDBG-R FUNDS REQUESTED AMOUNT ARRA Funds Available for Reallocation $ 136,175 TOTAL CDBG REQUESTS $ 8,846,220 10% Cuts 25% Cuts ESTIMATED CDBG GRANT AVAILABLE $ $4,045,953 $3,316,219 REALLOCATION of CDBG Funds $ 193,909 193,909 REALLOCATION of CDBG-R FUNDS $ 136,175 136,175 TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE $ $4,376,037 $3,646,303 SALT LAKE CIT. 'ME PROGRAM 1 2011-2012 FUNDING ..CCOMMENDATIONS # ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION PREVIOUS 2011-12 RECOMMENDATIONS COUNCIL AMOUNTS YEAR REQUEST HTF MAYOR APPROVED 1 Salt Lake Community Action To provide tenant based rental assistance to 110 clients 70,000 10/11 70,000 70,000 65,000 Program that may include residents of mobile homes in parks 70,000 09/10 764 South 200 West targeted for relocation,special needs clients,and other 70,000 08/09 at-risk populations in order to transition them into No app 07/08 TBRA program housing and maximize stability. 70,000 06/07 70,000 05/06 2 SL Community Development To provide a loan/grant for 15-20 low/mod first time 100,000 10/11 150,000 100,000 95,000 Corporation home buyers for down payment assistance or closing 103,591 09/10 501 East 1700 South costs. If the buyer resides in the home for 15 years,the 125,000 08/09 funding becomes a grant;otherwise the owner repays 175,000 07/08 Own in Salt Lake Program the money at the time of the sale. 175,000 06/07 135,000 05/06 3 SL Community Development Funding for acquisition, demolition, rehabilitation and/or 0 10/11 220,000 0 0 Corporation new construction of 1-3 properties to provide affordable 0 09/10 501 East 1700 South housing for low-and moderate-income households. 0 08/09 CDC is also requesting to be able to provide 125,000 07/08 recapturable soft second mortgages and permission to Property Acquisition/New 125,000 06/07 Construction retain recaptured funds for investment in other 0 05/06 affordable housing projects and not return those funds to SLC. 180,000 04/05 4 NeighborWorks Salt Lake Funding to target and acquire boarded and/or vacant 475,000 10/11 700,000 375,000 369,276 properties in the Glendale, Poplar Grove, Fairpark, Rose 500,000 09/10 622 West 500 North Park,Jordan Meadows,West Pointe&West Capitol Hill 500,000 08/09 areas and develop them into affordable housing for first 568,339 07/08 CHDO application time home buyers earning 80%of the median income or 456,172 06/07 less. Components of the program may include planning, Rebuild&Revitalize Blight predevelopment, demolition, new construction,site 370,479 05/06 project improvements,development,rehab and financing. 464,532 04/05 Services will be provided to approximately 10 people. 5 The Road Home To provide tenant based rental assistance to homeless, 100,000 10/11 100,000 100,000 95,000 210 South Rio Grande special needs,and other at-risk populations who are 100,000 09/10 participating in their Supportive Housing Program, in 80,000 08/09 order to transition them into permanent housing and TBRA program 75,000 07/08 maximize stability.Services will be provided to 75,000 06/07 approximately 24 people. 75,000 05/06 75,000 04/05 SALT LAKE CITY HOME PROGRAM 2 2011-2012 FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS 6 SLC Housing & Neighborhood Funding to provide low interest or cash flow loans to 10/11 300,000 102,751 100,000 Development housing organizations for property acquisition, new 09/10 451 S.State Street, Rm 406 construction,and/or rehabilitation of housing units for 300,000 08/09 very low-and low-income populations.Services will be 07/08 Low-income Housing provided to approximately 50-100 people. Assistance Fund 7 SLC Housing &Neighborhood Funding for the homeowner rehabilitation program, First 665,000 10/11 690,000 600,000 500,000 Development Time Home Buyer Assistance,emergency repair 690,000 09/10 451 S.State Street, Rm 406 program,acquisition,new construction,and financial 570,000 08/09 services programs. Services will be provided to 570,000 07/08 Housing Rehab and FTHB approximately 130 housing rehabilitations and 20 First 570,000 06/07 Time Home Buyer projects. 570,000 05/06 570,000 04/05 8 Administrative Costs Funding to administer the HOME program (10% of 123,646 10/11 137,195 137,195 123,475 SLC-HAND the total HOME allocation). 137,687 09/10 451 S. State Street, Rm 406 123,646 08/09 127,971 07/08 129,214 06/07 137,384 05/06 145,504 04/05 Total Requested/Recommended 2,367,195;41484,946 1,347,751. 0 Grant Amount 1,371,946 1,371,946 1,234,751 1,234,751 Reallocated Funds 113,000 113,000 113,000 113,000 Total Funds Available 1,484,946 a1,;,484 946�1,347,751 '_ 1,347 751 Difference -882,249 0 0 1,347,751 F ii. ��*fit •, • Ir: ,���o 0 .::'2114. t 4049. Ilk 1.41c. „ ill , 0 As IS' di No alt op IP lb qb Alk. 1:16 Sils I T 00 ..E•.$ to HOME LONG DESCRIPTIONS OF 2011-2012 REQUESTS HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (HOME) PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS (2011-2012) Salt Lake Community Action Program $70,000 764 South 200 East Funding to provide tenant based rental assistance and supportive services to the City's homeless, special needs and other at-risk populations in order transition them into permanent housing and maximize their stability. It is anticipated that these funds would support rental assistance to 110 people. CAP's main focus will be to provide services to those who are mentally ill and/or physically disabled who are waiting to be approved for disability income with little or no income to support housing costs until that income is established. TBRA funds will also be used for those who can demonstrate a medical crisis that temporarily affected their ability to pay their housing costs. CAP will locate property owners in Salt Lake City who are willing to rent to these individuals and will work with the recipients preparing them for permanent independent living. Supportive services will be provided to the recipients by CAP. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Community Development Corporation of Utah (CDC) 150,000 501 East 1700 South "Own in Salt Lake" Down Payment Assistance Program Funds to provide 15-20 down payment assistance grants for families earning 80% of median income or less who are purchasing homes within the Salt Lake City limits. Each grant, in an amount not to exceed $10,000, will be provided to first time homebuyers. Should the homebuyer sell or dispose of the home on or before fifteen years of their closing, all funds will be returned to Salt Lake City for investment in eligible, affordable housing programs. This program provides the opportunity for home ownership for many who would not otherwise be able to purchase a home. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Community Development Corporation of Utah (CDC) 250,000 501 East 1700 South Property Acquisition Revolving Loan Fund Funds for property acquisition for the purpose of rehabilitation and/or construction of between one and three affordable homes that CDC will resell to income eligible households below 80% of area median income. The applicant is requesting permission to retain recaptured funds for reinvestment into additional construction and/or rehabilitation of eligible HOME projects as well as to provide recapturable soft second mortgages for first time homebuyers. NeighborWorks Salt Lake) CHDO application (formerly Neighborhood Housing Services) 700,000 622 West 500 North Rebuild and Revitalize Blight Program Funding requested, under the Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) application to target and acquire boarded and vacant properties in the Fairpark, Glendale, Poplar Grove, Rose Park, Jordan Meadows, Westpointe, and West Capitol Hill neighborhoods and develop them into affordable housing. Components of this project include: planning, pre-development, site improvements, development, rehabilitation and financing. Implementation of this strategy will require an assessment of the structural condition of the boarded homes to determine the potential for rehab. Razed homes will be replaced with in-fill projects. Vacant property acquired will provide opportunities for in-fill projects, reconstruction or new construction. NeighborWorks provides home ownership opportunities in target neighborhoods. Application filed by nonprofit organization According to Federal Regulations, 15% of each year's HOME allocation must be awarded to a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO). NeighborWorks is one of the City's CHDO applicants. The total HOME grant is $1,234,751; 15% of that amount equals $185,213. The Road Home 100,000 210 South Rio Grande Funding to provide tenant based rental assistance and supportive services to households who have recently emerged from homelessness and are participating in their Supportive Housing Program, in order to transition them into permanent housing. It is anticipated that these funds would support rental assistance to 24 households by moving them from the shelter into permanent housing. The Road Home will work closely with the Salt Lake Community Action Program (CAP)to provide services to their clients who are waiting for federal housing subsidies. The Road Home will coordinate with CAP to locate property owners in Salt Lake City who are willing to rent to these individuals and will work with the recipients preparing them for permanent independent living. Supportive services will be provided to the recipients by the Road Home. Application filed by nonprofit organization. Salt Lake City Housing and Neighborhood Development 300,000 451 South State Street, Room 404 Low-Income Housing-Assistance Fund Funding will be used to provide low interest or cash flow loans to housing organizations for property acquisition, new construction, and/or rehabilitation of housing units for very low- and low-income populations. Subrecipients will be able to apply to the City for these funds once the funds have been awarded to the City from HUD. Subrecipients who receive these funds will be required to meet all HOME program requirements relative to income eligibility. , . Salt Lake City Housing and Neighborhood Development 690,000 451 South State Street, Room 404 1. Home Owner and Rental Unit Rehabilitation Funding to provide technical assistance to eligible property owners of one to four dwelling units who are low-income and occupy the property as their principal residence. Provide technical assistance to the owners of rental units in need of rehabilitation who rent to low- and very-low income tenants. Services include property inspections, preparation of cost estimates and work descriptions, recommendation of contractors and supervision of work during the construction phase of projects. Properties are brought up to housing code standards adopted by Salt Lake City. 2. First Time Home Buyer Assistance Provide funds for acquisition or acquisition and rehabilitation or reconstruction of homes to be purchased by those who qualify as first-time homebuyers. Program consists of evaluation and appraisal of units for preliminary estimates for the purchase of properties, with additional services as required for rehabilitation, marketing and selling. 3. Financial Services Assist owners in securing financing to accomplish the rehabilitation of their properties. Loans are processed and approved according to the policies established by Salt Lake City Corporation. The process includes verification of mortgages, appraisal of properties, loan limit analysis, credit and title searches and preparation of appropriate loan applications. This program provides home ownership opportunities for low-income families. Funds are used for interest write-downs making home ownership possible for many families who otherwise could not qualify. Funds are well 2 leveraged with bank pool funds. The low interest rental rehabilitation program is critical in keeping our current housing stock in safe, livable condition. Application filed by Salt Lake City Corporation. Administration of HOME Program $123,475 451 South State Street, Room 406 Housing and Neighborhood Development Funding provided to administer the HOME program (10% of total grant). TOTAL HOME REQUESTS: $2,367,195 ESTIMATED 2010-2011 GRANT: 1,234,751 REALLOCATED FUNDS: 113,000 TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS: 1,347,751 DIFFERENCE: ($1,019,444) 3 SALT LAKE CITY '2WA PROGRAM FUNDING RECOMMENLATIONS FOR 2011-12 Applicant Description Prior Year Requested Recommended Approved Amount Amount 11V/AID/En1 HTFAB MAYOR COUNCIL 1 Housing Authority of Salt Lake To provide tenant-based rental assistance to 11/12 148,225 125,000 125,000 125,000 City 21 households 142,727 10/11 110,001 09/10 Tenant-based rental assistance:$138,528 98,752 08/09 Administration:$9,697 133,750 07/08 145,000 06/07 146,467 05/06 2 Housing Authority of the County To provide tenant-based rental assistance to 11/12 129,013 100,000 100,000 100,000 of Salt Lake 20 households. 112,830 10/11 63,500 09/10 Tenant-based rental assistance:$120,000 63,500 08/09 Administration: $9,013 38,500 07/08 38,000 06/07 38,500 05/06 3 Housing Authority of the County To provide project-based rental assistance to 11/12 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 of Salt Lake 3 households. 20,000 10/11 Project-based rental assistance:$20,000 4 West Valley City Housing To provide tenant-based rental assistance to 11/12 85,600 36,000 36,000 36,000 Authority 7 households. 41,979 10/11 32,100 09/10 Tenant-based rental assistance:$80,000 32,100 08/09 Administration: $5,600 32,100 07/08 30,000 06/07 30,600 05/06 5 Salt Lake Community Action To provide housing information and referral 11/12 117,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 Program services to 115 households including short- 116,934 10/11 term rent/mortgage/utility assistance to 75 117,000 09/10 households, permanent housing placement 117,000 08/09 assistance to 37 households,and short-term 116,782 07/08 emergency housing to 3 households. 90,000 06/07 150,000 05/06 HOPWA Housing Specialists: $26,566 Mileage for the Housing Specialists:$300 Short-term rent/mortgage/utility asst:$53,273 Permanent housing placement asst:$26,228 Short-term emergency housing:$2,460 Administration: $8,173 SALT LAKE CITY HOPWA PROGRAM FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 2011-12 6 Utah AIDS Foundation To provide housing related case management 11/12 10,000 9,413 9,413 9,413 to 18 clients. 10,000 10/11 10,000 09/10 Case Manager:$9,300 15,000 08/09 Administration:$700 15,000 07/08 14,554 06/07 15,000 05/06 7 Robert A.Willey Apartments To provide project-based rental assistance to 11/12 19,000 -0- -0-4 households. -0- 10/11 19,000 09/10 Project-based rental assistance: $19,000 19,500 08/09 19,500 07/08 19,000 06/07 19,500 05/06 8 Administration To provide management,oversight,and 11/12 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 monitoring of the HOPWA program 10,000 10/11 10,000 09/10 Administration:$10,000 10,000 08/09 10,000 07/08 10,620 06/07 10,620 05/06 Total funds requested 538,838 400,413 400,413 400,413 Estimated 2011/12 HUD allocation 387,189 387,189 387,189 387,189 387,189 Funds available for reallocation 13,224 13,224 13,224 13,224 13,224 Total funds available 400,413 400,413 400,413 400,413 400,413 If the HOPWA funding received by Salt Lake City is less then estimated, it is recommended that the Utah AIDS Foundation remain at$9,413 and then that each applicant share a porportionate percentage decrease. If the funding is more than anticipated, it is recommended that the Utah AIDS Foundaiton receive$10,000 and then that each applicant share a porportionate percentage increase. • Occ.. ..._.7--6 1.1.. ..4 el •Ass, s VI . -="`� r _ • SIti a -1: = I.If '` I "iiii-- ■_ _ • • fib ♦494 l/st1 T li° HOPWA LONG DESCRIPTIONS OF 2011-2012 REQUESTS n HOPWA 1�111• Salt Lake City Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program Proposed Projects for 2011-2012 1. Housing Authority of Salt Lake City $148,225 HASLC's mission is to provide safe,decent,affordable housing opportunities for low-income families,the elderly, people with disabilities and the homeless in an environment of equal opportunity that maintains the client's dignity and is an asset to the community. It serves low-income individuals and families with tenant-based Section 8 voucher assistance,and uses HOPWA funds to mirror this type of assistance for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. HASLC transitions these households off of HOPWA assistance and onto Section 8 vouchers as they become available,therefore opening up assistance to other HOPWA eligible households. The requested funding is for tenant-based rental assistance ($138,528) and administration ($9,697). HASLC projects it will serve 21 households with these funds. 2. Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake $129,013 HACSL's mission is to develop and provide quality affordable housing opportunities for individuals and families in need while promoting self-sufficiency,empowerment,and neighborhood revitalization. It serves low-income individuals and families with tenant-based Section 8 voucher assistance, and uses HOPWA funds to mirror this type of assistance for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. HACSL transitions these households off of HOPWA assistance and onto Section 8 vouchers as they become available,therefore opening up assistance to other HOPWA eligible households. The requested funding is for tenant-based rental assistance ($120,000)and administration ($9,013). HACSL projects it will serve 20 households with these funds. 3. Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake $20,000 HACSL purchased The Wendell Apartments from the Multi-Ethnic Development Corporation approximately a year ago. MEDC was providing HOPWA project-based rental assistance to three households at the time. The requested funding is to continue providing project-based rental assistance to three HOPWA households($20,000). 4. West Valley City Housing Authority $85,600 WVCHA's mission is to promote adequate and affordable housing,economic opportunity,and a suitable living environment free from discrimination. Its purpose is to assist low to moderate income families to find and maintain decent, safe, and affordable housing. It serves low-income individuals and families with tenant-based Section 8 voucher assistance,and uses HOPWA funds to mirror this type of assistance for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. WVCHA transitions these households off of HOPWA assistance and onto Section 8 vouchers as they become available,therefore opening up assistance to other HOPWA eligible households. The requested funding is for tenant-based rental assistance ($80,000)and administration ($5,600). WVCHA projects it will serve seven households with these funds. 5. Salt Lake Community Action Program $117,000 CAP's mission is to eliminate poverty and empower low-income people to enhance the quality of their lives. The requested funding is for(1)two HOPWA Housing Specialists' partial salaries including taxes and benefits($26,566),(2)mileage reimbursement for the Housing Specialists to visit HOPWA clients ($300), (3)short-term rent,mortgage and utility assistance(STRMU)to make it possible for persons facing the loss of their housing due to financial issues related to HIV/AIDS to maintain stable housing in their own dwellings($53,273),(4) permanent housing placement assistance(PHP)to move persons into permanent housing not to exceed two month's rent, including security deposits and credit checks ($26,228), (5)short-term emergency housing that leads to the placement of homeless persons in permanent housing made in consultation with case managers, including housing plans, and being for no longer than necessary($ 2,460),and (6)administration ($8,173). The HOPWA Housing Specialists provide intake services for clients seeking housing assistance,evaluate their eligibility,determine the services they need, make referrals for medical care,case management, food assistance,employment counseling, utility subsidies and other available resources, ensure required forms are completed and submitted with referrals,coordinate activities with case managers and housing authorities, and work with landlords and property managers to secure suitable units for persons with HIV/AIDS and their families. CAP projects it will provide housing counseling, referral,and advocacy to approximately 115 persons with HIV/AIDS and their families. Of this number,about 75 persons will receive short-term rent, mortgage and utility assistance(STRMU),37 persons will receive permanent housing placement assistance(PHP),and three homeless persons will receive emergency housing assistance necessary to place into permanent housing. 6. Utah AIDS Foundation $10,000 UAF's mission is to prevent HIV/AIDS infection and empower people living with HIV/AIDS to live healthier and more fulfilling lives. It offers numerous resources ranging from direct client services to prevention education. UAF case managers assure HOPWA clients receive primary medical care and also link them to safe and affordable housing,social support networks, and mental health services. The requested funding is for case managers' partial salaries including taxes and benefits($9,300)and administration ($700). UAF projects it will serve 18 clients with these funds. 7. Robert A.Willey Apartments $19,000 The Robert A.Willey Apartments include four units dedicated to providing affordable housing to persons with AIDS. The requested funding is to provide project-based rental assistance to four HOPWA households. The Robert A.Willey Apartments projects it will serve four households with these funds. 8. Administration $10,000 The Grantee is permitted to retain three percent of the grant amount for management,oversight,and monitoring of the program ($10,000). Salt Lake City cSG Program 1 2011-2012 Funding Applicant Description Prior Year Requested Recommended Approved Project Amount Amount CDCIP MAYOR COUNCIL 1 Catholic Community Services A program that provides residential substance abuse 11/12 10,000 10,000 9,000 treatment and case management to low-income and/or 10,000 10/11 St.Mary's Home for Men chronically homeless men. 10,000 09/10 10,000 08/09 Operations 7,000 07/08 Utilities:$8,000 7,000 06/07 Insurance:$1,200 5,000 05/06 Builidng equipment and maintenance:$800 2 Catholic Community Services A day center for homeless individuals and families that 11/12 20,000 20,000 20,000 provides showers,lockers,hygiene items,phone, 20,000 10/11 Weigand Day Center message and mail services and referrals to other 5,000 09/10 programs. 5,000 08/09 5,000 07/08 Operations 5,000 06/07 Utilities:$8,900 5,000 05/06 Building repair and maintenance:$7,950 Insurance:$1,500 Professional auditing fees:$1,150 Equipment repair and maintenance:$500 3 Salt Lake Community Action A homeless prevention program that provides one-time 11/12 40,000 15,000 14,000 Program rent/deposit assistance to households to avoid eviction 15,000 10/11 and first month rent/deposit assistance to homeless 15,000 09/10 Emergency Rent/Deposit families moving into permanent housing. Also,a program 15,000 08/09 Assistance and Tenant-Landlord that provides mediation between tenants and landlords. 15,000 07/08 Mediation 15,000 06/07 Rental Assistance 15,000 05/06 Emergency rent/deposit assistance:$25,000 Housing Stabilization Salary of a part-time mediator:$15,000 4 Family Promise-Salt Lake A day center where homeless and formerly homeless 11/12 20,000 5,000 4,000 families can access basic services and receive case 5,000 10/11 Family Promise Day Center management. Funding to provide case management, 5,572 09/10 rental assistance and housing relocation/stabilization. 5,000 08/09 Essential Services Partial salary of a case manager.$5,000 Rental Assistance Homeless prevention and rapid re-housing:$10,000 • Housing Relocation or Stabilization Deposits,moving costs,utilities,credit repair:$5,000 Salt Lake City ESG Program 2 2011-2012 Funding Applicant Description Prior Year Requested Recommended Approved Project Amount Amount CDCIP MAYOR COUNCIL 5 Odyssey House A program that provides residential substance abuse 11/12 10,000 8,000 7,000 treatment to single homeless mothers and therapeutic 8,000 10/11 Mothers with Children Program intervention to their children. 8,000 09/10 7,000 08/09 7,000 07/08 Operations 7,000 06/07 Utilities and building maintenance supplies:$10,000 7,000 05/06 6 The Road Home A program that provides emergency shelter and supportive 11/12 190,000 68,998 65,000 services to homeless individuals and families. 68,998 10/11 Emergency Homeless Shelter 90,000 09/10 Operations 90,000 08/09 Utilities:$20,000 90,000 07/08 Repairs/maintenance:$26,000 90,000 06/07 Cleaning supplies:$20,000 90,000 05/06 Insurance:$15,000 Maintenance staff salaries:$9,000 Rental Assistance Direct client assistance: $76,000 Housinci Relocation or Stabilization .6 FTE Case Manager's salary:$24,000 7 Valley Mental Health A program that provides emergency shleter,case 11/12 30,000 10,000 9,000 management and supportive services to chronically 10,000 10/11 Safe Haven homeless individuals who suffer with severe and 20,000 09/10 persistent mental illness. 16,000 08/09 19,476 07/08 Operations 21,919 06/07 Building,grounds,janitorial and maintenance:$21,500 20,000 05/06 Utilities:$5,000 Bedding and liner/mattresses:$2,000 Kitchen supplies/food provisions:$1,500 8 Volunteers of America A drop-in center that provides basic needs and case 11/12 25,000 23,975 23,115 management to homeless youth. 23,975 10/11 Homeless Youth Resource Center Operations Rent and utilities:$17,895 Building and grounds maintenance:$4,803 Insurance:$2,302 Salt Lake City ESG Program 3 2011-2012 Funding Applicant Description Prior Year Requested Recommended Approved Project Amount Amount CDCIP MAYOR COUNCIL 9 YWCA A program that provides transitional housing and 11/12 30,000 30,000 28,000 services to homeless women who are survivors of 30,000 10/11 Residential Self-Sufficiency domestic violence. 30,000 09/10 Program 27,924 08/09 Essential Services 27,000 07/08 Partial salary of the Director of Transitional Housing,case 27,000 06/07 manager:$13,000 27,118 05/06 Operations Building maintenance:$10,000 Utilities:$7,000 10 South Valley Sanctuary A program that provides emergency shelter and supportive 11/12 10,000 - - services to homeless families that are victims of domestic Emergency Domestic Violence violence. Shelter Operations Utilities:$10,000 Total funds requested 385,000 190,973 179,115 - Estimated 2011-12 HUD allocation 179,115 179,115 179,115 179,115 Funds available for reallocation 0 0 - - Total funds available 179,115 179,115 179,115 179,115 Difference -205,885 (11,858) SLC may not use more than 60%of its ESG allocation for(1)shelter renovation, (2)essential services,and(3)operations. The other 40%must be used for(4)rental assistance,and(5)housing relocation or stabilization. F ek%VeS, '-,iilt:;- % ilb- -,. „ . - .4 40,,, 4. • • s� �" 1a. • �.. • -7- ri :--- -i 7 10-- -- • or II I is ;..�.,,.,,.,:-':■i IC '`• � ... e, „A, • ,is „, I , ,t,S1 l$$t$ $00 ESG LONG DESCRIPTIONS OF 2011-2012 REQUESTS ati ESG ti,. ., , Salt Lake City =Q' % ,; ='� Emergency Solutions Grant Program an "i...i.. ; i ; • Proposed Projects for 2011-2012 1. Catholic Community Services (St. Mary's Home for Men) $10,000 CCS's St. Mary's Home for Men is a residential substance abuse treatment center that provides case management and therapy to low-income and chronically homeless men. The requested funding is for operational expenses to include utilities ($8,000), insurance ($1,200), and building and equipment maintenance ($800). CCS projects serving 14 clients with these funds. 2. Catholic Community Services (Weigand Day Center) $20,000 CCS's Weigand Day Center is a shelter that provides showers, lockers, hygiene items, phone, message and mail services and referrals to other agencies for services to homeless individuals and families. The requested funding is for operational expenses to include utilities ($8,900), building repair and maintenance ($7,950), insurance ($1,500), professional auditing fees ($1,150), and equipment repair and maintenance($500). CCS projects serving 675 clients with these funds. 3. Salt Lake Community Action Program (Rent/Deposit Assistance & Mediation) $40,000 CAP provides multiple programs to assist low-income and homeless people. The requested funding is for rental assistance to provide one-time rent and/or deposit assistance to households to avoid eviction caused by temporary circumstances beyond their control and also to provide first month's rent payments and/or deposit assistance to homeless families moving into permanent housing ($25,000). Funding is also requested for housing stabilization for the salary of a part-time mediator for tenant-landlord issues($15,000). CAP projects serving 140 persons with these funds. 4. Family Promise-Salt Lake (Day Center) $20,000 Family Promise-Salt Lake is an interfaith alliance that helps homeless families achieve self- sufficiency by providing them with shelter, case management, critical needs support including utilities, medical co-pays, and documentation to become eligible for entitlement programs, and rent, deposit and utility assistance to move into housing. The FPSL Day Center is where families come to access basic services and receive case management. FPSL also provides formerly homeless families (for up to two years post FPSL shelter)with case management, critical needs support, and rent and utility assistance to avoid eviction. The requested funding is for essential services for the partial salary of a case manager ($5,000), rental assistance for homeless prevention and rapid re-housing ($10,000), and housing relocation or stabilization for deposits, moving costs, utilities and credit repair ($5,000). FPSL projects serving 42 persons with these funds. Annual ESG 1 5. Odyssey House (Mothers with Children Program) $10,000 Odyssey House is a treatment center that addresses chronic substance abuse and mental health problems. Its Mothers with Children Program provides residential substance abuse treatment and parenting and family skills training to single homeless mothers and therapeutic intervention to their children with the aim of keeping families together in a safe environment and giving them the time to heal and embark on a new and healthy life together. The requested funding is for operational expenses to include utilities and building maintenance supplies ($10,000). Odyssey House projects serving 42 families with these funds. 6. The Road Home (Emergency Homeless Shelter) $190,000 The Road Home provides emergency shelter and supportive services to homeless people to help them move out of homelessness and back into the community. The requested funding is for operational expenses to include utilities ($20,000), repairs/maintenance ($26,000), cleaning supplies ($20,000), insurance ($15,000), maintenance staff salaries ($9,000), rental assistance to provide direct client assistance ($76,000), and housing relocation or stabilization for .6 FTE Case Manager's salary ($24,000). The Road Home projects serving 235 people with these funds. 7. Valley Mental Health (Safe Haven) $30,000 VMH's Safe Haven project provides emergency shelter for chronically homeless individuals who suffer with severe and persistent mental illness. The requested funding is for operational expenses to include building, grounds,janitorial and maintenance ($21,500), utilities ($5,000), bedding and linen/mattresses ($2,000), and kitchen supplies/food provisions ($1,500). VMH projects serving 45 clients with these funds. 8. Volunteers of America (Homeless Youth Resource Center) $25,000 VOA's Homeless Youth Resource Center is a drop-in facility for homeless youth between the ages of 15 and 22. It provides street outreach services, basic needs like clothing, food, laundry and showers, case management and employment assistance. The requested funding is for operational expenses to include rent and utilities ($17,895), building and grounds maintenance ($4,803), and insurance ($2,302). VOA projects serving 850 young people with these funds. 9. YWCA(Residential Self-Sufficiency Program) $30,000 The YWCA's Residential Self-Sufficiency Program provides transitional housing and supportive services to homeless women who are survivors of domestic violence to locate and secure permanent housing and integrate into the community. The requested funding is for essential services for the partial salary of the Director of Transitional Housing who provides case management($13,000)and operational expenses to include building maintenance ($10,000) and utilities ($7,000). The YWCA projects serving 20 women with these funds. 10. South Valley Sanctuarv(Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter) $10,000 South Valley Sanctuary is a shelter for homeless families that are victims of domestic violence. It provides basic needs including safe shelter, food, clothing, personal care items, supportive services and case management. The requested funding is for operational expenses to include utilities ($10,000). South Valley Sanctuary projects serving 1200 persons with these funds. Annual ESG 2