This category allows communities to apply for improvements to nearly any publicly-owned facility or infrastructure, as well as the clearance of vacant, dilapidated buildings.
On March 27th, 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to directly address the impacts of COVID-19. As part of the CARES Act, Congress appropriated $5 billion to the U.S.
These grants assist local communities and other entities with long-term recovery, restoration of infrastructure and economic revitalization related to specific Presidentially-declared disasters.
This category allows communities to improve their local economies through revitalization of downtowns, including façade improvements and code violation corrections for privately-owned commercial buildings and by investing in publicly-owned infrastructure that will support private job creation and through Applications are accepted year-round and reviewed at the f
This category provides funding for communities to address urgent threats to health and safety of citizens as a result of a locally- or presidentially-declared disaster event. Proposals are accepted at any time, but must be submitted within 18 months of the disaster event; CDBG will review the proposal to determine whether the project will meet eligibility criteria and then invites the communit
This category provides funding for communities impacted by the DR-4317 disasters, primarily in southern Missouri, to improve resiliency to future disaster events. Applications are periodically accepted through a competitive process.
The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) awarded grants to Missouri communities to assist in the acquisition, rehabilitation, and resale of foreclosed homes to income qualifying persons/families. Resale was limited to persons/families of low, moderate and middle income (LMMI) status.
This category provides funding for communities to make improvements to drinking water and wastewater systems, in partnership with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and the US Department of Agriculture, Rural Development.
As a means to develop or redevelop areas identified by the port authority board of commissioners, this program establishes the Port Authority AIM Zone Fund consisting of 50% of the state withholding tax from new jobs within the zone after development or redevelopment has begun.
This program helps provide funding to local organizations, such as convention and visitors bureaus, to help attract sporting events to this state. Donors can make contributions to the organizations and receive a tax credit.