Public Service Programs
Provides operating funds for local nonprofit social service agencies which address a variety of needs such as healthcare for children and adults, services for the homeless and those on the verge of homelessness, and services for abused children.
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Capital Improvement Projects
Funds are used to acquire sites and to develop infrastructure for low-income housing development projects. Funds are also used to rehabilitate homes to provide homeownership opportunities for low-income persons.
City Capital Projects
CDBG funds are used to fund improvements to neighborhood parks, infrastructure development in CDBG eligible neighborhoods and street and sidewalk repair and construction. Funds can also be used to improve accessibility for disabled persons.
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Homeowner Repair Loan Program
The Housing Authority of Jackson County administers a zero-interest homeowner loan program for repairs such as roofs, plumbing and heating, and making a home ADA accessible. Please contact Jeff Jackson, Housing Rehabilitation Specialist at (541) 779-5785 for more information regarding the City’s Homeowner Repair Program or click here.
Interested in Applying?
The application process is initiated by a mandatory orientation meeting scheduled in December of each year. Application deadlines may vary, but are generally due in February; with final award announcements made in April or May. The CDBG program year runs July 1 through June 30, but funding dates vary and are determined by HUD. The program is enforced by HUD and all sub recipients are mandated to follow all HUD and City regulatory and reporting guidelines in order to receive and maintain funding.