City/County Grants and Community Programs
What We Do
Grants and Community Programs (GCP)
works to improve the quality of life for our community. Staff
identify needs in the community and work to secure resources to meet
those needs, often in collaboration with other City and County
departments and non-profit and for-profit entities.
Resources for funding include
grants and loans from federal, state, city, county, and private
entities. Staff research funding opportunities and write or
package applications for those funds.
GCP is located at 223 W Alder (1
1/2 blocks east of Orange Street). For
more information on services we provide, view the
organization chart, click on the
link, call our office at (406) 258-4939, or email
News, Announcements and Updates
Community Needs Assessment meeting to be held Tuesday,
January 13, 2015 in the City Council Chambers from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00
p.m. The community is invited to come and tell us
what is important to you, what can be done better and what is
missing from our community.
CDBG and HOME Application Workshop to be held on Wednesday,
January 14, 2015 at 223 W. Alder from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Any organization planning to apply for program year 2015 HOME or
CDBG funds should attend. See the
Community Development page for applications, guidelines, and
other information for applying for these funds.
Project Homeless Connect 2015 - We need your
help to make this community event a success. A variety of
volunteer opportunities and shifts are available. Click on the
link above for more information and to volunteer. The event
will be all day January 30, 2015.
Final 2013 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report
(CAPER) - the most recent final report is now available
and has been approved by the City of Missoula.
More information available by
clicking on this link.
Community Housing Referral
and Information System (cHris) now available. This is a
web-based data collection system for measuring housing insecurity in
West Central Montana. The main purpose of the data system and
the website is to foster data-information solutions to housing
2014 Family Violence Council Awards - the awards ceremony was
held in October and several folks received awards and recognition
for the work they do with victims of violence. One of those
awards went to Jace Dicken with the Missoula County Sheriff's
Relationship Violence Services
to their new location at 317 Woody Street.
The 2014 Parent Resource
Guide is available for download on The Forum webpage. You
can also find a hard copy at various agencies around Missoula or
stop by our office at 223 W. Alder.
Information, Research and Analysis -
learn about a new program within the GCP Department.
Order of Protection Forms - Temporary Orders of Protection forms
available to print and fill out. Please be sure to fill these
forms out completely.
Updated January 13, 2015