Several NCRPC member cities were recently awarded Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to help complete a variety of community improvement projects. The CDBG program is administered by the Kansas Department of Commerce.
The City of Assaria was awarded $433,840 to make water distribution improvements. The city will provide $433,840 in matching funds it secured from the Kansas Department of Health & Environment.
The City of Beloit was awarded $300,000 for housing rehabilitation and demolition. A local match of $41,000 is being provided.
The City of Frankfort was awarded $265,656 to complete a street project. USDA Rural Development will contribute $265,657 in matching funds.
The City of Greenleaf was awarded $300,000 for housing rehabilitation and demolition. A local match of $10,750 is being provided.
The City of Tipton was awarded $101,665 to complete a storm drainage project. A local match of $101,665 is being provided.
The City of Washington was awarded $600,000 to make water distribution improvements. The city will provide $7,668,350 in matching funds through loan and grant funding it secured through USDA Rural Development.
To be awarded CDBG funds for a project, local government units must meet at least one of three program objectives: benefit low and moderate-income persons; prevent or eliminate slums and blight; or resolve an urgent need where local resources are not available to do so.
For more information, visit www.kansascommerce.com/cdbg or contact the NCRPC office to discuss project needs.
This article appeared in the March 2019 NCRPC Newsletter.