The CDBG Citizens Advisory Committee is charged with the task of providing recommendations to the City Council for social service projects that will benefit Vista’s low and moderate income residents. The CDBG Citizens Advisory Committee was created in 1991, when the City was recognized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as an “entitlement” city, meaning that CDBG funds are transmitted directly to the City. The Committee uses the City’s Five-Year Consolidated Plan to recommend annual priority areas for funding, which are presented to the City Council for adoption. Based on the annual priorities, a Request for Proposals is issued to identify projects within the community that address the annual priorities. The Committee reviews the proposals and makes recommendations to the City Council for projects that can assist the City in meeting its community development goals.
There are seven members who serve an unlimited term. Community Outreach Program Manager Amanda Lee is the Staff Liaison. Meetings are called as needed.
- Resident of the City of Vista;
- 18 years of age.
Completed applications (fillable application) can be mailed to the City Clerk's Office at 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista, CA 92084 or faxed to (760) 639-6126. For questions regarding the application process, contact Kathy Valdez, City Clerk, 760.643.5320, or e-mail email@example.com.
Meetings are called as needed, and are held in the Vista Room located on the second floor of the Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista, CA 92084. Agenda inquiries should be directed to Amanda Lee at 760.643.5207.
Occasionally, meetings are cancelled. Please click on "Current Meeting Agenda" link below for any Cancellation Notices.
Agendas are posted 72 hours in advance of the CDBG Citizens Advisory Committee. Minutes are presented to the Committee for approval at the next regular meeting, and are posted after they are approved.