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Office of Community Development
Phone: (614) 466-2285
development.ohio.gov
The State of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider of ADA Services
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Appalachian Development Programs
• Provides grants for projects that support economic
development, job creation or community development.
• Eligible projects include, but are not limited to, water, sewer
and road infrastructure, workforce training and equipment
for organizations such as hospitals or schools.
• Available to local governments or nonprofit organizations
within the 32-county Appalachian region.
Economic Development and Public
Infrastructure Program
• Grants to improve infrastructure and loans for fixed asset
financing for land, building, machinery and site preparation
directly and primarily related to creating, expanding or
retaining a business in the community.
• Available to non-entitlement cities and counties.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Allocation Program
• Grants to improve public facilities, public services, housing,
economic development and fair housing.
• Available to local governments.
Downtown Revitalization
• Grants to improve Central Business Districts, aid in
eliminating slums or blighted structures, and create and
retain permanent, private-sector job opportunities for low-
and moderate-income Ohioans.
• Available to local governments.
Neighborhood Revitalization
• Grants to improve the quality of life, livability and functionality
of distressed areas and neighborhoods through public
infrastructure projects.
• Available to local governments.
Critical Infrastructure
• Grants to fund public infrastructure improvements with a
significant community impact.
• Available to local governments.
Residential Public Infrastructure
• Grants to create safe and reliable drinking water and
ensures communities’ sanitary waste is properly disposed.
• Available to non-entitlement counties, cities and villages.
The Office of Community Development helps Ohio communities prepare for growth and job creation by providing funding for
community development, infrastructure improvements and economic development.The staff works with local governments and
nonprofits to strengthen Ohio communities and improve the quality of life in Ohio.
Strengthening Ohio Communities
The State of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider of ADA Services
AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Community Housing Impact and Preservation
(CHIP) Program
• Encourages a flexible, community-wide approach to
improve housing and strengthen neighborhoods.
• Grants to improve and provide housing for low- and
moderate-income Ohioans.
• Available for local governments.
Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS
• Grants to provide housing and supportive services to low- and
moderate-income persons with AIDS or HIV-related diseases.
• Available to nonprofit organizations and local governments.
Housing Assistance Grant Program
• Promotes affordable housing opportunities and improves
housing conditions through emergency home repair and
limited down payment assistance.
• Grants for emergency home repairs for Ohioans at or below
50 percent of Area Median Income.
• Available to nonprofit agencies.
SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
Homeless Crisis Response Program
• Grants to provide homeless prevention services and
emergency shelters and housing resources.
• Available to nonprofit organizations, local governments and
public housing authorities that serve the housing needs of
homeless people and people facing homelessness.
Supportive Housing Program
• Grants to reduce homelessness in Ohio and provide funding
for transitional and permanent supportive housing.
• Available to nonprofit organizations, local governments, and
public housing authorities that provide transitional housing
to homeless families and permanent supportive housing for
homeless disabled persons.
Strengthening Ohio Communities
Office of Community Development
Phone: (614) 466-2285
development.ohio.gov

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Gibbs, Deauna - Sample 1 (OCD Program Sheet)

  • 1. Office of Community Development Phone: (614) 466-2285 development.ohio.gov The State of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider of ADA Services ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Appalachian Development Programs • Provides grants for projects that support economic development, job creation or community development. • Eligible projects include, but are not limited to, water, sewer and road infrastructure, workforce training and equipment for organizations such as hospitals or schools. • Available to local governments or nonprofit organizations within the 32-county Appalachian region. Economic Development and Public Infrastructure Program • Grants to improve infrastructure and loans for fixed asset financing for land, building, machinery and site preparation directly and primarily related to creating, expanding or retaining a business in the community. • Available to non-entitlement cities and counties. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Allocation Program • Grants to improve public facilities, public services, housing, economic development and fair housing. • Available to local governments. Downtown Revitalization • Grants to improve Central Business Districts, aid in eliminating slums or blighted structures, and create and retain permanent, private-sector job opportunities for low- and moderate-income Ohioans. • Available to local governments. Neighborhood Revitalization • Grants to improve the quality of life, livability and functionality of distressed areas and neighborhoods through public infrastructure projects. • Available to local governments. Critical Infrastructure • Grants to fund public infrastructure improvements with a significant community impact. • Available to local governments. Residential Public Infrastructure • Grants to create safe and reliable drinking water and ensures communities’ sanitary waste is properly disposed. • Available to non-entitlement counties, cities and villages. The Office of Community Development helps Ohio communities prepare for growth and job creation by providing funding for community development, infrastructure improvements and economic development.The staff works with local governments and nonprofits to strengthen Ohio communities and improve the quality of life in Ohio. Strengthening Ohio Communities
  • 2. The State of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider of ADA Services AFFORDABLE HOUSING Community Housing Impact and Preservation (CHIP) Program • Encourages a flexible, community-wide approach to improve housing and strengthen neighborhoods. • Grants to improve and provide housing for low- and moderate-income Ohioans. • Available for local governments. Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS • Grants to provide housing and supportive services to low- and moderate-income persons with AIDS or HIV-related diseases. • Available to nonprofit organizations and local governments. Housing Assistance Grant Program • Promotes affordable housing opportunities and improves housing conditions through emergency home repair and limited down payment assistance. • Grants for emergency home repairs for Ohioans at or below 50 percent of Area Median Income. • Available to nonprofit agencies. SUPPORTIVE HOUSING Homeless Crisis Response Program • Grants to provide homeless prevention services and emergency shelters and housing resources. • Available to nonprofit organizations, local governments and public housing authorities that serve the housing needs of homeless people and people facing homelessness. Supportive Housing Program • Grants to reduce homelessness in Ohio and provide funding for transitional and permanent supportive housing. • Available to nonprofit organizations, local governments, and public housing authorities that provide transitional housing to homeless families and permanent supportive housing for homeless disabled persons. Strengthening Ohio Communities Office of Community Development Phone: (614) 466-2285 development.ohio.gov