These grants help Missouri communities with demolition of vacant, dilapidated structures (primarily residential) in blighted areas and that present safety hazards.
Applications will be accepted from October 1 to December 31, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
- CDBG Application Examples
- Agreement Between Applicant and Subapplicant
- Conflict of Interest Policy
- Excessive Force Prohibition Resolution
- Fair Housing Ordinance for Cities
- Fair Housing Resolution for Counties
- Intergovernmental Agreement
- Procurement and Conflict of Interest Policy for Counties
- Procurement Policy for Cities
- Public Notice Section 3
- CDBG Demolition Guidelines, Narratives & NOFA
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Communities participating in this activity must, at a minimum, determine blighted structures by applying existing dangerous building ordinance, building code level of violation or applicable occupancy or habitability designation or code violation in a manner consistent with their ordinance.
Program Benefits/Eligible Uses:
Eligible uses of the funds are demolition, plus necessary professional services such as asbestos inspection and demolition inspection.
The maximum amount is a total of $125,000 for residential demolition only, and up to $250,000 for commercial demolition.
Applications are rated on a point scale based on the need, project impact, local effort, and past efforts.