Grants Management

Grants Management includes the overseeing, planning, and reporting of federal, statewide, and local grant funds awarded to the City of Fort Worth. These grant monies are used to provide programming and funding that align with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the State of Texas, and the City of Fort Worth’s community development and affordable housing initiatives.


2024-25 Action Plan  


For the use of Federal Funds under the following Programs:

  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program
  • Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program
  • Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Program



The 2024-2025 Action Plan for the City of Fort Worth summarizes the specific activities and proposed expenditures for the CDBG, HOME, ESG, and HOPWA Programs for the upcoming program year, which begins on October 1, 2024, and ends September 30, 2025. The purpose of these funds is to benefit low and moderate-income families, individuals, and neighborhoods throughout Fort Worth. ESG grant funds benefit Fort Worth persons experiencing homelessness and HOPWA grant funds benefit individuals with HIV/AIDS in Tarrant, Johnson, Parker, and Wise counties. Activities and/or programs that receive funding must contribute to the attainment of goals outlined in the Five-Year (2023-2027) Consolidated Plan.

2024-2025 Draft Action Plan(PDF, 19MB)


The total amount of grant funds available is estimated at $13,136,747 for the 2024-2025 program year, including $100,000 in estimated program income from the CDBG and HOME programs. The anticipated amount includes approximately $7,006,875 in CDBG funds; $2,763,144 in HOME funds; $614,768 in ESG funds; and $2,651,960 in HOPWA funds. The purpose of these funds is to benefit low and moderate-income individuals and areas throughout the City of Fort Worth. ESG grant funds benefit persons experiencing and persons at risk of experiencing homelessness. HOPWA grant funds benefit individuals with HIV/AIDS within Tarrant, Parker, Wise, and Johnson Counties.

To request additional information, or provide feedback on the 2024-2025 Action Plan please contact Community Development Planning Manager Sharon A. Burkley at (817) 392-5785, or via email at


Public Notices

Below is a list of City of Fort Worth Neighborhood Services Public Notices which provide guidance, extensions, instructions, clarifications, announcements and other policy information. The documents are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF format, click on the title to view notice.