Community Development Advisory Committee
The Community Development Advisory Committee is responsible for making recommendations to East Lansing City Council on annual funding priorities for Community Development Block Grant dollars allocated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
This committee is made up of representatives from the following commissions: Housing Commission (1), Human Rights Commission (2), Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (1), Seniors Commission (1), Transportation Commission (1) and the University Student Commission (1).
Members primarily meet December through March and work with City staff to review applications, conduct public hearings and make recommendations to East Lansing City Council regarding the Community Development Block Grant program.
This year, eight applicants submitted eligible activities for Community Development Block Grant funding. These applications are available for public viewing below:
- Capital Area Housing Partnership (PDF)
- City of East Lansing Department of Parks, Recreation & Arts (Park Improvements) (PDF)
- City of East Lansing Department of Parks, Recreation & Arts (Youth Scholarship Program) (PDF)
- City of East Lansing Department of Public Works (Sidewalk Improvements) (PDF)
- End Violent Encounters (EVE) Inc. (PDF)
- Haven House (PDF)
- MSU Safe Place (PDF)
- Tri-County Office on Aging (Meals on Wheels) (PDF)
View the CD Advisory Committee's CDBG FY23 Budget Recommendation (PDF). If you have questions regarding the CD Advisory Committee’s CDBG budget recommendation for FY23, please email Matt Apostle at email@example.com.
- Meetings take place at the East Lansing Hannah Community Center, 819 Abbot Road.
- Carrie Freeman, Housing Commission
- Karen Hoene, Human Rights Commission
- Krystal Davis-Dunn, Human Rights Commission
- Pam Weil, Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission
- Babette Krause, Seniors Commission
- Julie Rojewski, Transportation Commission
- Josh Ramirez-Roberts, University Student Commission