HUD requires the City of San Marcos to complete an Action Plan for Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds. The plan, including any amendments, will outline how the City of San Marcos is using CDBG-DR funding to help the community recover from the May and October 2015 floods. Click the image below to see the Action Plan.
The City of San Marcos would like to ensure that the plan lines up with the need of the community. There have been several opportunities for citizen input on the action plan and input will be collected on any amendments to the plan.
Action Plan Alerts
Interested residents can sign up for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Action Plan alerts. The alerts will be sent to registered email addresses when the Action Plan is published, when amendments are issued, and when there are opportunities for public comment.
- Action Plan
- A-Needs Assessment Graphical Representation
- B-Public Meeting Presentations
- E-Complaint and Appeals Policy
- G-City Council Resolution
- H-Comments And Responses Log
- I-Flood Recovery Expenditure Projections
- J-Infrastructure Projects
- K-Additional Maps
Needs Assessment Task Force
The task force is made up of impacted citizens, community leaders and human service organizations that will help the City identify, and articulate to HUD, the needs of our community. Their work has created the foundation for the Action Plan to implementing the grant and ultimately restoring and creating a more resilient San Marcos.
Task Force Members
Debbie Gonzales-Ingalsbe - Hays County
Todd Salmi - Serve San Marcos
Gene Martin - Housing Authority
Lance Spruiell - CVB and San Marcos Chamber of Commerce
Carole Belver - Community Action
Larry Burruss – Fairlawn Neighborhood
Thomas Monahan - BR3T
Laura DuPont - Four Rivers Association of Realtors
Ruben Garza - Southside Community Center
Phil Hutchison - Habitat for Humanity
Ruben Becerra – Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos
Blanca Loya - Blanco Gardens
Michael Cardona - Supt. SMCISD
Karen Griffith - Asst. Supt. SMCISD
Adriana Cruz- Greater San Marcos Partnership