Current Funding Cycle


Housing & Human Services Grant Application 

The City of Pleasanton Housing & Human Services Grant (HHSG) Program provide financial support for non-profit, community-based organizations that serve Pleasanton and Tri-Valley residents.  The mission statement for the program is simple:  "to enhance the qualify of life in Pleasanton".  The grant program provides funding for a wide variety of human services, community development, and housing projects and programs for individuals and families living in Pleasanton and in the Tri-Valley.  Most of the grants are focused on activities that benefit lower income residents.

In the upcoming fiscal year (2022-2023), Pleasanton is estimating to provide over $475,000 to projects and programs including: medical visits and health care access for the uninsured; child abuse prevention services; meals and supportive services for seniors; mental health care; substance abuse counseling; domestic violence and homeless shelters; rental assistance for job training participants; fair housing counseling and tenant-landlord services; housing rehabilitation for low income homeowners; and many more.

Non-profit, community-based organizations interested in applying for HHSG program funds must submit their project or program application(s) online through ZoomGrants.

The Pleasanton FY2022-2023 Housing & Human Services Grant Application is now closed.

Current Funding Cycle

Information for the current or most recent grant application and funding cycle:
 Critical Dates for the FY2022/2023 HHSG Program
 Evaluation Criteria for Review of FY 2022/2023 HHSG Applications
 HHSG 2021 Income Limits
 HHSG Program Policy Manual for CDBG/HOME Funds
 HUD 24 CFR Part 570 - Community Development Block Grants
 Pleasanton Community of Character Declaration

Reference Documents for Current Grantees

The following links provide useful reference information for agencies that have already received an HHSG grant:
 2011 Eastern Alameda County Human Services Needs Assessment
 2014-16 Human Services Needs Assessment Strategic Plan
 2018-2022 Human Services Needs Assesment Updated Strategic Plan
 24 CFR Part 135 - Econ. Opportunities For Low-Income Persons
 24 CFR Part 44 - Non-Federal Government Audit Requirements
 24 CFR Part 570 - Community Development Block Grants
 Davis-Bacon Act of 1931 (Federal Prevailing Wage)
 DUNS - What is a DUNS Number?
 Federal Income Compliance Monitoring Checklist
 HHSG Monitoring: On-Site Monitoring Form
 HHSG Monitoring: Pre-Monitoring Instructions
 HHSG Program Policy Manual for CDBG/HOME Funds
 Indian Self Determination and Education Assistance Act
 Invoice Signature Authorization Form FY 2018/2019
 Nixon Memorandum About Government Patent Policy (1971)
 OMB Circular A-110 - Uniform Administrative Requirements
 OMB Circular A-122 - General Accounting Principles
 OMB Circular A-133 - Audits of States, Local Govts, and Nonprofits
 SAM (System for Award Management) [replaced CCR 7/29/2012]
 SAM (System for Award Management) FAQs
 Section 3 of HUD Act of 1968