Community Development Administration
The Community Development Administration (“CDA”) promotes neighborhood growth and stabilization through community development and the production of new and rehabilitated housing, especially for low- and moderate-income people.
Top Requested Pages
Healthy Home Repair Hotline: (314) 657-3888
8 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday
Funding and Training
Through transparent, competitive funding cycles, CDA solicits quality proposals for housing and community development activities. Through the Non-Housing RFP, CDA solicits quality proposals for community and economic development activities. Through the NOFA process, CDA solicits quality proposals for residential development projects. To assist applicants, CDA periodically holds training sessions to assist in the development of proposals.
In accordance with HUD regulations, CDA makes available several documents for public review, including the Consolidated Plans, Annual Action Plans and the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report.
CDA encourages participation at all stages of the process. This section includes the City's Plan for citizen participation and past and current meeting notices, and document review requests.
News and Announcements
City of St. Louis, in Partnership with Metro Transit, Announces Expansion Youth Transit Program Through the American Rescue Plan
The expanded program will provide thousands of city youth free public transportation through MetroLink and MetroBus through the rest of 2022.