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Q:CDBG Five Year Consolidated Plan FY 2010 - FY 2014 and One Year Action Plan FY 2010-2011
Q:CDBG One Year Action Plan FY 2012-2013
Q:How do I qualify for the CDBG Program?
Do you own your home, deed in your name, and have lived there for at least one year at the time of application?

Do you need repairs or replacements for items like; plumbing, electrical or heating systems?

Do you live in the City Limits of Shawnee?

Does your total household income fall within HUD's Median Family Income Limits?

If you answered yes to these questions, contact our office at 273.1938 for further information and an application.
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DEMOLITION ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE
 Loan/grant is available for housing demolition to qualified applicants. 
Of the demolition amount for EA, 50% is a loan and will be repaid when the property is sold or title is transferred.  For DPL, 50% is a loan and will be repaid at 3% interest over a 5 year period.  The remaining 50% is a grant and repayment is not required.
To be eligible the applicant must meet the following:
Owned the structure for at least one year
Considered a blight to the neighborhood
Applicant’s total household income must be at or below the following:

 

1 Person

2 Persons

3 Persons

4 Persons

EA

$12,950

$14,800

$16,650

$18,450

DPL

$34,450

$39,400

$44,300

$49,200

The Urban Renewal Division administers grant and loan programs for emergency assistance and home improvement.

To apply, contact the Urban Renewal Office, call (405) 273-1938 during regular business hours.