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Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

If you are a public or non-profit organization and would like more information concerning the following programs, please contact our office.

Community Allocation

Projects include public facilities, public services, housing, economic development and fair housing activities.

Critical Infrastructure

Projects are designed to assist applicant communities with high-priority, single-component projects such as roads, flood and drainage and other public infrastructure improvements with a high community-wide impact.

Residential Public Infrastructure Grant

The Residential Public Infrastructure Grant Program creates safe and sanitary living environment for Ohio citizens, through the provision of safe and reliable drinking water and proper disposal of sanitary waste. The program funds projects which provide water and/or sanitary sewer service to primarily residential users (minimum 60 percent of total users). Eligible on-site improvements include service laterals, septic tanks and well abandonment, and Community Development Block Grant-eligible-related fees. Applications where the primary objective is the funding of on-site improvements will not be considered for funding period.

Economic Development Loan Program

Economic Development Loan Program creates and retains permanent, private sector job opportunities for low- and moderate-income citizens through the expansion and retention of business and industry in Ohio communities. Both Fixed Assets Loans and Public Off-site Infrastructure Assistance are available. Miami County may apply on behalf of for-profit businesses committing to create at least five jobs within its jurisdiction.

Neighborhood Revitalization Grant Program

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Neighborhood Revitalization Grant Program provides funding for public facilities improvements such as construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation of infrastructure in targeted areas of distress that do not fit within the criteria of other Ohio Small Cities CDBG competitive programs. The program is targeted to distressed communities or areas in Ohio which have a low- and moderate-income (LMI) population of at least 60 percent.