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Consolidated Planning Process 2020-2024

We want your opinion and feedback! The City of La Crosse is preparing its 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan and 2020 Action Plan. These plans are required by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in order for the City to receive federal funds through the Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership program. An important part of this plan is hearing from members of the public on issues of community and housing needs.

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Community Needs Survey

The City of La Crosse surveyed 2220 residents as part of this plan.

Updates on this plan will be posted here, with anticipated submission to HUD in March 2020.

Dear City of La Crosse Residents,

We hope you will take time to learn more about our plans for our CDBG/HOME Program. This program continues to be critical for the City and its residents. This year, the City will continue to revitalize La Crosse’s Neighborhoods, help struggling families gain greater self-sufficiency, and create economic and housing opportunities for its residents. For every $1 spent in CDBG and HOME resources, the City and its partners will leverage an additional $2.57 in other sources of funding.


Caroline Gregerson
(608) 789-7393

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Comm Dev Block Grant

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Community Development and Housing

Fair Housing Assessment

The City has completed a Fair Housing Assessment. Please click here to learn more.

If you have questions specifically relating to the CDBG application or funding, please contact Caroline Gregerson at or 608-789-7393.