Technical Workshops & Program Funds Allocation


Pre-Application Workshops will be held for interested Applicants considering submittal of an Application for Funding under the City of Killeen CDBG and HOME programs. The workshops will provide a comprehensive review of the minimum requirements necessary of each applicant entity outside of City Departments. These minimum requirements will be applicable to applicants and proposed activities submitted for the next 3-year Consolidated Strategic Plan under HUD program years 2020 through 2022 (October 1, 2020, October 1, 2021, and October 1, 2022).

Pre-Applications are due via email by 3:00 PM MARCH 19, 2020. 

Pre-Application Technical Assistance Workshops.
All applicants are required to attend a pre-application workshop
Workshops will be conducted at 802 N. 2nd Street, Bldg. E, Community Development Training Room, Killeen, Texas 76541.

Workshop schedule:
February 21, 2020 
- 11:00 am; 3:00 pm
February 24, 2020 
- 1:30 pm
February 26, 2020 
- 9:00 am; 3:00 pm
February 27, 2020 
- 1:00 pm
March 2, 2020 -
10:00 am
March 3, 2020 –FINAL SESSION - 
2:00 pm

Upon completion of the pre-application - eligible applicants will be provided the Application for Funding (AFF).


Application Technical Workshops will be scheduled for each individual funding category under the CDBG or HOME grant. Applicants must have attended a Pre-Application Workshop; submitted a complete Pre-Application; and, have received approval to register for an Application Technical Workshop under the category approved. Registration will be by invitation only to applicants receiving an “eligible” status under the Pre-Application.


Consultations regarding a proposed project and eligibility or applicant minimum threshold requirement criteria can be scheduled by calling 254-501-7845 or by email.

CDBG & HOME Program Funds Allocation

Request for Proposals

All City of Killeen CDBG and HOME program funds are allocated through a competitive process. The process begins with Community Planning Meetings, followed by the publication of a Notice of Funds Availability (NOFA) and requests for proposals from eligible entities for eligible activities. The process continues with presentation of proposed eligible activities (projects/programs) by approved applicant entities to the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC).


CDAC prioritizes the proposals in accordance with the National Objectives and eligible activities that will benefit low- and moderate-income persons through Area Benefit, Limited Clientele, or by Urgent Need.


CDAC prepares their recommendations and presents those priority proposals, through two Public Hearings, to the Killeen City Council.


Upon Council approval, the proposed projects/programs/activities are submitted to HUD for final approval, which is generally granted in late September or early October. Community Development Department Staff prepares and executes grant agreements and the approved proposals from eligible entities can begin their project/program/activity.