Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
CDBG National Objectives are:
All projects will be required to meet eligibility requirements under HUD regulations and reflect the current needs of the City's low and moderate income population. The City is progressing toward attaining its stated Consolidated Plan objective as listed below:
Previous program years:
Community Development Block Grants
The Emergency/Energy-Efficient Home Rehabilitation Program is designed to assist low- to moderate- income families with the purchase and installation of energy-efficient products.
WOMEN OR ETHIC MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS LOAN
If you are a woman owned or ethnic minority owned business; doing business or starting a business within the City of Ashland, and would like to expand your business to create jobs for low-to moderate- income persons, you may qualify for this loan.
FIRST-TIME HOME BUYER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Designed to assist low- to moderate- income families purchase and occupy a home within the City of Ashland.
HOME REHABILITATION GRANT PROGRAM
Designed to assist low-to moderate- income families living within the City of Ashland with assistance in the rehabilitation of their homes and to make repairs necessary to meet local building code.