Neighborhood Revitalization Grant sought to benefit village of Quincy

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The Board of Logan County Commissioners plans to apply for a Program Year 2017 Community Development Block Grant on behalf of the village of Quincy to address infrastructure and public facility needs. The Neighborhood Revitalization Grant is a competitive grant administered by the Ohio Development Services Agency. The maximum request for CDBG Neighborhood Revitalization funds is $500,000. Eligible program activities include constructing, reconstructing or rehabilitating public facilities in communities with a low- to moderate-income population of at least 51 percent. The Village of Quincy is 51.45% low to moderate income according to U.S. Census Data.

Eligible Activities

Code Enforcement

Removal of Architectural Barriers

Curbs and Sidewalks

Fire Protection

Traffic Signals

Parking Facilities

Historic Preservation

Water & Sewer Facilities

Parks & Recreation

Public Utilities

Street Lighting

Street Signage

Removal of Slum and Blight

Flood and Drainage Facilities

Neighborhood Facilities


The Neighborhood Revitalization Grant program design process is reliant on community input. The grant is highly competitive and community participation during grant application planning is something the application will be scored on. The Village is attempting to identify needs and collect information from residents by surveying and holding community meetings. Resident surveys were delivered to every household in the Village and are still being accepted. Neighborhood meetings will be held on April 23, 2017 at 3:00 P.M. and May 6, 2017 at 3:00 PM at the Village Community Center. Residents will have the opportunity to participate at those times in discussions about the grant planning and project selection process.

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Submitted by Community Development Consultants of Ohio.

Submitted by Community Development Consultants of Ohio.