The CSBG Annual Plan is now available for public comment
The public may inspect the Louisville Metro Department of Community Services 2016-2017 Community Services Block Grant Annual Plan on-line now through Friday, May 6, 2016.
The Annual Plan outlines service programs and financing provided through Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) funds in Jefferson County. CSBG provides federal funding to Community Action Agencies across the nation that addresses the causes and conditions of poverty at the community level.
Locally, CSBG is administered by Louisville Metro Community Action Partnership, part of the city’s Department of Community Services. An advisory board with one-third public sector representation, one-third private sector representation and one-third community sector representation makes recommendations to Community Services’s Director.
The full Plan is available for viewing by clicking here. A hard copy of the Plan is also available at all 18 Louisville Free Public Library locations (http://www.lfpl.org/) and at Community Services' office on Ormsby (see address below). Any interested agencies, groups, or persons may submit comments regarding the proposed plan to the CSBG Annual Plan Comment Form, fax to (502) 574-5548, or postal mail to the Louisville Metro Department of Community Services office at 701 West Ormsby Avenue, Suite 201, Louisville, KY 40203.
LIHEAP Crisis Extended through April 30
The LIHEAP Crisis Program, which provides utility assistance, has been extended through April 30, or until funding is depleted. Appointments are required in order to apply for this program. Read more...
Community Services Relocated on April 11th
The majority of Community Services' staff are now located at 701 W. Ormsby Ave., Suite 201, Louisville, KY 40203.
810 Neighborhood Place
Financial Empowerment division, including Bank On Louisville, Microbusiness, and financial education initiatives.
LIHEAP which will operated through April 30.
3rd Annual Financial
Join us for the third annual Financial Fitness Day on April 29 at Americana Community Center. Community partners and financial institutions will be on hand to answer questions about their work in the community and participants will also have the chance to attend a number of "Q and A" sessions on financial topics like small business development, understanding credit, and other related topics. For more information, please click here!
For a downloadable flyer to share with others, click here. All are welcome!