PY18 APPLICATION MATERIALS
2018 CDBG Application (Word Document)
PY18 CDBG CDIS AND APPLICATION MATERIALS
CDIS Needs Survey 2018 (Pdf)
CDIS Needs Survey 2018 (Word Document)
FY 16 CDBG APPLICATION MATERIALS
2016 CDBG Application(word)
15-05 – National Objective Guidance (Income Survey Information)
The Wood County Commissioners and the Wood County Planning Commission are pleased to announce the FY16 CDBG “Community Development” Program. This year’s CDBG Grant Fund allocation is estimated to be approximately $185,000 dollars. Projects were selected at the June 7, 2016 Planning Commission Meeting.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
(CDBG) FORMULA PROGRAM
The CDBG Formula Program is a national level program that originates from HUD, the Office of Housing and Urban Development. HUD allocates a certain amount of federal funds each year to be distributed nationally on a State by State basis.
In Ohio, the Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA) is the agency in charge of distributing these dollars to each county and city in Ohio. These funds are pooled together under the organizational heading of “Block Grant Funds”, and there are a variety of different Block Grant Programs at the Ohio Department of Development.
The Wood County Planning Commission works with the CDBG Allocation/Formula Program, and program designed to combat slum and blight and to benefit low to moderate income geographic areas with public improvement projects.
The Planning Commission has been the lead agency in administering the program in Wood County since 1983. Each year a varying amount of funds are allocated to Wood County to use for this program.
Wood County is able to fund up to four (4) projects under one grant year. All projects funded must meet a national objective by benefiting low to moderate income areas.
The four projects are chosen by the Planning Commission at their June meeting. These projects are then forwarded to the Board of County Commissioners for review and approval. Upon receiving approval for the projects, the Planning Commission Staff then puts together an official application to the Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA). Upon receiving ODSA approval, the Planning Commission is then free to undertake the projects.
Examples of past projects include: waterline and sanitary sewer instillation and repair, curbs and sidewalk projects, ADA renovations to Village Halls, and numerous other public works projects. For more information on the program, please contact our Office.
Supporting Documentation for CDBG FY15
- FY15 CDBD Application
- CDIS Memo
- CDIS Community Needs Survey
- Wood County LMI Data
- Wood County Census Tracts & Block Groups LMI data
- Wood County Census Tract Map
COMMUNITY HOUSING IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CHIP)
Another HUD based program run out of the Ohio Department of Development, the Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) is designed to assist low to moderate income homeowners located in Wood County with emergency home repairs, home rehabilitation, and down payment assistance.
For the 2005 CHIP Program Wood County received funding for the first time to assist Habitat For Humanity on a project house in Wood County.
To qualify for this program applicants must live within a Wood County township, village, or within the City of Rossford. Applicants must also qualify as being low to moderate income households.
For more information regarding CHIP, please contact:
Wood County Planning Commission
Poggemeyer Design Group
(877) 836-3206 – Toll Free
The Wood County Planning Commission works with the Wood County Economic Development Commission on programs and projects that work to strengthen Wood County’s Economy.
Two of these programs that have Planning Commission involvement are the Ohio Enterprise Zone program, and the Community Reinvestment Area program. These programs are designed to offer incentives in the form of reduced taxes to firms and businesses looking to locate within Wood County.
The role of the Planning Commission Office in this project is to compile yearly reports from every firm in Wood County that is taking advantage of either of these programs and report this information to the Ohio Department of Development.