CDBG Projects



(Click above to view their website)

Hillsboro Walnut Park Improvements (Ccmpleted projects)

Walnut Street Park AfterIn 2017, $355,000 in CDBG funds were awarded to the City of Hillsboro to improve ADA accessibility, add a permanent restroom facility, a picnic shelter, and replace the park gazebo with a shade to serve the splash pad. The addition of permanent restroom and the picnic shelter will encourage and accommodate more family usage of the park and the new shade will also increase park usage and enhance park safety.

HillsboroWalnutParkSplashpad1In 2011, CDBG awarded the City of Hillsboro $100,000 to renovate and refurbish an existing neighborhood park serving low/moderate income residents.  Walnut Park project renovated the play equipment to provide for improved ADA accessibility, and to accommodate the needs of young children under 5 as well as children in the 5-12 year old age group. A water spray ground was developed to give park users, approximately 3,000 persons, a well designed place to enjoy a sprinkler type of water play that can hold up to heavy use.    



(No website - see their Facebook page)

Timer Water Reservoir (completed project)

Timber Water Reservoir After PictureIn 2015, $299,183.85 in CDBG funds were awarded to the Timber Water Association to replace their existing water tank, which was placed in 1972 and was experiencing some leaking and inefficiency. Funds were used to provide professional services for geotechnical studies, design and project management oversight of the installation of the new steel reservoir, construction costs associated with demolishing the existing tank, preparing a concrete base for the new tank, purchasing and installing the new steel reservoir, and other permits, legal fees and public notices required for the project.



Timber Water Treatment Facility Repairs (completed project)

Timber Water FacilityThe water treatment facility, built in 1972, had water intrusion issues that caused severe dry rot in the West, North, and South sides of the building.  Failure of the building posed a danger to the newly installed water treatment equipment contained within, valued at approximately $200,000.  The extent of this damage required that the roof and much of the SW wall, along with portions of the SE and NW walls, be reconstructed to correct the water intrusion issues and make the building structurally sound.  In 2011, $118,750 in CDBG funds were awarded to Timber Water Association for the structural improvements - serving 146 persons.



(Click above to view their website)


Cornelius Public Library (completed project)

In 2015, The City of Cornelius wCornelius Public Library Afteras awarded $260,000 in CDBG funds for a new public library. The newly constructed Cornelius Public Library occupies the first floor of a condominiumized mixed-use development. The upper floors contain housing serving low- to moderate-income households and was not funded by CDBG. Bridge NW Development was awarded $1,200,000 in HOME funds. The Cornelius Library Senior Housing Project represents a 41-unit new construction senior housing project. There are 8 HOME-assisted units.



14th Avenue Improvements (completed project)

14th Ave. N. View   14th Ave. S. View
  NORTH                  SOUTH
In 2011, $182,000 in CDBG funds were awarded to the City of Cornelius to provide new safe and standard pedestrian-oriented signals at the double intersection of 14th Avenue and Adair and Baseline are needed to safely and efficiently connect the people and their vehicles. The project will construct traffic signals and crosswalks at 14th Avenue across Highway 8 (Adair and Baseline) for safe pedestrian and vehicular passage across the two main streets in the City.  CDBG funds will be used for a portion of the professional services as well as a portion of the construction costs associated in constructing traffic signals and crosswalks at the intersections of 14th Avenue and Adair and 14th Avenue and Baseline.  Approximately 1,255 persons will be served by this project.




(Click above to view their website)


Forest Grove Senior Center Kitchen (completed project)

Forest Grove Senior Center KitchenThe City of Forest Grove was awarded $425,000 in 2016 to expand and upgrade the kitchen at Forest Grove Senior Center by removing/relocating walls to add space, replace flooring, countertops, shelves and replacing affixed kitchen equipment. Other upgrades included electrical, plumbing, HVAC, drainage and painting.



Page 2