Funding

The City of Jurupa Valley provides a variety of services and opportunities that enhance the vibrancy of our community. We’re dedicated to making Jurupa Valley the most livable community around by leveraging the unique assets of our community!

Community Service Grants

Community Service Grant Program

The City Council approved $40,000 to be utilized for approved mini-grant funding for projects benefitting the residents residing within Jurupa Valley. Non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply for the Community Service Grant Funding.

Important Dates

  • The deadline to submit a mini-grant is April 4, 2022. The deadline has been extended! Submit your application by Monday, May 16, 2022
  • The final day for submission of all documentation and the expenditure report is September 1, 2023

Apply Now!

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Terri Rollings at trollings@jurupavalley.org or via phone at (951) 332-6464, ext. 214

Once a completed application is received, City Staff will review the application for completeness and accuracy.  After that, applications may be forwarded along to the City’s leadership for potential funding through the annual budgeting process.

CDBG Grants

The City of Jurupa Valley receives around $1.2 million every year from the Federal Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) in the form of a Community Development Block (CDBG) Grant.  

Up to 15% of the CDBG allocation can be used for Public Service Grants (PSG). This PSG grant application process typically begins in January-March of each year. The application process is overseen by the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC), which is a formal committee made up of Jurupa Valley residents.  The City of Jurupa Valley also provides grant funding on an income-restricted basis for residents to do repairs to their homes.  

Please visit the City’s CDBG page to learn more about the CDBG program and the PSG application process.

  1. Terri Rollings

    Assistant to the City Manager