The Springfield Community Development Advisory Committee will be meeting at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 8 in Springfield Council Chambers, 225 Fifth Street. Due to statewide orders regarding social distancing and large gatherings, this meeting will also be available via phone and internet using GoToMeeting. Members of the public wishing to attend this meeting electronically can call in or attend virtually by following the directions below.

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The doors at the South Entrance to City Hall will be open at 5:15 p.m. to allow people to attend the meeting in person. The meeting location is wheelchair-accessible. For the hearing-impaired, an interpreter can be provided with 48 hours’ notice prior to the meeting. For meetings in the Council Chamber, a “Personal PA Receiver” for the hearing impaired is available. To request a reasonable accommodation at this meeting, please contact Erin Fifield at


CDAC Meeting Agenda

5:30        Call to Order / Introductions

5:32        Public Comment

5:37        Approval of Minutes

5:40        Request for Proposals – Q & A with applicants

7:10        Request for Proposals – Evaluation

7:15        Public Hearing – DRAFT 2020/21 CDBG One-Year Action Plan

7:20        CDBG One Year Action Plan – Recommendations

7:30        Adjourn



The Springfield Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) advises the Springfield City Council on matters related to the City’s housing and community development activities, which are funded annually by a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Projects funded through CDBG are to serve primarily low and moderate-income residents of the City. The Committee consists of eight members who meet a few times each year, as needed.

The primary purpose of this meeting will be to review and score the recent CDBG Request for Proposals, to hold a public hearing for the CDBG One Year Action Plan, and to make a recommendation on the One Year Action Plan to City Council.