CDBG Annual Application for Service Providers

Due to a recent loss of third-party administrative support, the Town of South Kingstown is not presently participating in the CDBG Annual Competitive Application Program for Service Providers. The Town is evaluating new options for program administration.  New developments will be posted to this page. 

About the Program

The Town participates in an annual application process with the State to seek funding for local organizations and activities which benefit low- and moderate-income residents. Organization such as the Jonnycake Center Food Pantry, Welcome House of South County, the Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County, Education Exchange and the South Kingstown Housing Authority have received awards during recent funding cycles.

Past Program Awards

South Kingstown received its first Small Cities CDBG award in 1985. Below is a summary of CDBG awards the Town has received over the last ten years.

Program Year (PY)Award AmountActivities Funded
PY -  17 *current $ 546,2504
PY - 16$ 0 0
PY - 15$ 308,9555
PY - 14$ 136,0004
PY - 13$ 277,9387
PY - 12$ 95,6008
PY - 11$ 296,8009
PY - 10$ 91,75010
PY - 09$ 249,990 11

How to Apply

Applications from individual service providers are collected annually as part of the State's Competitive Application Process. South Kingston publishes notice in the local newspaper when the schedule for annual applications has been set. The Town also provides direct notice to those organizations which have sought funding in the past. The Town then applies to the State of Rhode Island Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) for funding.


Contact Brian Wagner, Senior Planner at or (401) 789- 9331 ext. 1241 to learn more.