Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

The Township receives Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  The CDBG program supports community development activities, such as infrastructure, public facilities, housing rehabilitation, and public services that benefit low and moderate income persons and qualifying neighborhoods.   CDBG provides funding for the Township's senior bus, domestic violence crisis assistance program, Handy Helper program, as well as various park and ADA improvements.  The documents below represent 5-year plans, annual action plans, and annual reporting on activities.  Public notices and recent news are also posted here. Notices and documents can be translated into other languages, upon request, by contacting (856) 488-7870,  TTY at (856) 661-4783, or  


CDBG-CV FOOD PANTRY SITE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT.  A Notice to Bidders for a CDBG-CV CARES Act funded construction project can be found HERE.  This notice is being posted on behalf of the Grantee for Informational Purposes only.  A copy of the Bid Package will be available from the Project Engineer identified in the notice starting on Friday, October 13, 2023.  All questions should be directed to the Project Engineer listed in the notice.       

2020 - 2024 CDBG Consolidated Plan Plan 

In 2020, Cherry Hill Township completed its Consolidated Plan, which outlines CDBG-funded activities. The Consolidated Plan is a plan of five years in length, which describes community needs, resources, priorities, and proposed activities to be undertaken, which includes a plan to affirmatively further fair housing and a citizen participation plan.

Annual Action Plans (2020 to 2024)

For each program year, grantees must submit an update to HUD, referred to as an Action Plan. The Action Plan describes the specific planned uses for HUD programs, including CDBG, as well as certain other program requirements.

Annual Reporting (2020 to 2024)

Grantees are also required to submit a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) 90 days after the end of the grantee’s program year. The CAPER must also include detailed information on progress towards addressing priorities, goals, and objectives outlined in a grantee’s Consolidated Plan.

2015 to 2019 CDBG Consolidated Plan   

Annual Reporting (2015 to 2019)

2010 to 2014 CDBG Consolidated Plan   

Annual Action Plans (2010 to 2014)

Annual Reporting (2010 to 2014)   

If there are any questions concerning the CDBG Entitlement Program, please contact Mara Wuebker, PP/AICP, Deputy Director of Community Development, Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM at (856) 488-7870 or by TTY at (856) 661-4783 or via email