The Montgomery County Community Development Office works with 28 local jurisdictions, including cities, villages, and townships, to address each community's individual need. The Community Development Office assists local jurisdictions with projects that improve public infrastructure, parks and community centers, provide affordable housing and emergency home repair, assist businesses, and address vacant and blighted structures.
The majority of Community Development Office projects are federally funded by programs from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
The following are some of the programs currently administered:
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) -Infrastructure Improvements; Economic Development; Physical Improvements; Housing Improvements; Business Incentives. All programs benefit low and moderate income areas/individuals.
Home Investment Partnership (HOME) Homeowner Rehabilitation; Rental Rehabilitation; Multi-family New construction for families and elderly; Tenant-Based Rental Assistance; SRO Housing; and Group Homes for Special Populations.
Emergency Solutions Grant Program (ESG) Provides operating costs and essential services for emergency shelters. Also provides funds for prevention, diversion, and rapid re-housing.
Staff Liaison List- A list of the Community Development Staff assigned to assist respective jurisdictions with CDBG applications and projects.
Please contact the Community Development Office for more information on housing programs.
***Funds are allocated to Montgomery County municipalities (except Dayton and Kettering) or Non-profit organizations only. No grants are given to individuals. Please contact CountyCorp at 225-6328 for Housing Loans or Home Owner rehab information.
Summer YouthWorks Volunteers
The Montgomery County Community and Economic Development Department participates in the Summer YouthWorks program, which is sponsored by the Montgomery County Department of Job and Family Services (MCDJFS). For 2014, three YouthWorks interns assisted the Department with filing, data management, and records retention, organization, and disposal. They also helped to landscape two houses for low-income individuals at CountyCorp's "Burgers and Bushes" event; the houses in Harrison Township were constructed by Youth Build/AmeriCorps.
|The staff of the Community and Economic Development Department would like to thank Ginnae McIntosh, Deoncia Lynch, and Ocheya Keith for all their hard work.|
For additional information on the Summer YouthWorks program, please Click Here.