Community Development


Community Development administers HUD funding received from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant Program to improve infrastructure, provide public services, build affordable housing and rehabilitate existing housing in the unincorporated areas outside the city limits of San Antonio, in Bexar County or in one of the participating cities. 


The goals of the county’s HUD funded programs are to meet the needs of low to moderate income residents who live in unincorporated areas of Bexar County or in one of the participating cities by:

  • Providing safe, decent, sanitary and affordable housing,
  • Creating and maintaining suitable living environments,
  • Preventing homelessness, re-house individuals and households who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, and
  • Creating or expanding economic development opportunities for its residents particularly those who have low to moderate income.
  1. Bexar County has received $388 million in ARPA State and Local Recovery Funds (FRF)

    Application opens today at 3pm. Read on...
  2. Aviso de Comentario Público Sobre el Tercer Borrador de Enmienda Sustancial al Plan de Acción Anual

    De acuerdo con las regulaciones federales [24 CFR 91] y las exenciones aplicables disponibles a través de la Ley CARES, se notifica que el Condado de Bexar está haciendo enmiendas por tercera vez al Plan de Acción Anual 2019-2020 (PY 2019). Read on...
  3. Public Comment on Third Draft of Substantial Amendment to the Annual Action Plan for PY 2019

    In accordance with federal regulations [24 CFR 91] and applicable waivers made available through the CARES Act, notice is given that Bexar County is making amendments for the third time to the 2019-2020 (PY 2019) Annual Action Plan. Read on...
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