The flexibility of the CDBG program provides communities in Utah County with resources to address a wide range of unique community needs. Use the links below to see how the CDBG program is benefiting your community or to find the resources you need to manage a successful grant project.

Opportunity for Public Comment - Goshen Legion Hall Demolition proposed project

Goshen Town has applied for and is eligible for funding from the Utah County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in the amount of $150,000. The lead agency for the proposed project is Utah County (under the Section 106 process). However, the grant program is being administered by MAG. The proposed project involves the demolition of the Legion Hall Building at 90 S. Center Street in Goshen. You can view details of the project scope here. If you have questions about the project or would like to submit a public comment, please email, attention: Legion Hall Project Comment. You can also submit comments via mail to PO Box 197, Goshen, UT 84633, attention: Legion Hall Project Comment. 


The 5-year Consolidated Plan identifies community and housing needs, market conditions, and program priorities and goals.


The Annual Action Plan details projects and activities for the upcoming program year, along with expected resources and outcomes to fulfill the goals of the Consolidated Plan. 


The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report summarizes the performance of the previous program year’s activities. 


Grantee process and files checklist

The grantee process and file checklist will keep you on the right track to complying with program requirements and managing a successful project.

Reporting and Reimbursement

Find out how to successfully report project accomplishments and request reimbursement.

Labor Compliance

Access resources needed to comply with labor compliance requirements for construction projects.

Environmental Review

These resources will guide you through the environmental review process for your project.

For more information contact

Jessica DeLora
Program Director
P: 801-229-3831 E: