The mission of the City of Pflugerville's Community Development is to assist in infrastructure, housing, and community development services to benefit eligible residents, so they can have access to livable neighborhoods and increase their opportunities to self-sufficiency.
To accomplish our mission, the City of Pflugerville directly administers the Community Development Block Grant program to serve the city's housing and development needs.
CDBG Amended Action Plan 2016
The City of Pflugerville is proposing an amendment to the Community Development Block Grant Action Plan for 2016-2017 to include roadway improvements within the Yellow Sage area. The CDBG program provides annual grants on a formula basis to entitled communities, such as Pflugerville, to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment, and by expanding economic opportunities, principally for low- and moderate-income persons.
The City would like to ensure that the proposed amended plan is in line with the needs of the community and are requesting feedback on the proposal. The City will be hosting two public hearings on the amendments, the first on April 11th and the second on April 25th. Both hearings will be held in Council Chambers at 7pm at 100 E. Main Street, Suite 500.
The Action Plan is available for review by clicking the link on the right, or
by visiting at the City of Pflugerville Public Library located at 1008 W. Pfluger Street; or
Travis County Community Center located at 15822 Foothill Farm Loop.
Please email any comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Se anima a todas las personas intersadas a participar en las deliberaciones en esta audiencia. Alojamiento para los residentes que hablan con discapacidad o no igleses estaran disponibles a solicitud del intersado a 512/990-6300 or email@example.com.
2016-2017 CDBG: Youth Recreation
The City of Pflugerville Parks and Recreation Department Youth
Recreation Scholarship Program provides financial aid for eligible City of Pflugerville youth, up to and including age 18, who are without the financial resources to participate in Parks and Recreation classes and/or activities, including summer camp.