Grants Management

The Grants Management Department utilizes grant resources to leverage and provide a wide range of projects, services and programs that benefit the Midwest City community.

Midwest City has received Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Entitlement funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development annually since 1978, supporting many new and ongoing housing, public service, slum/blight and capital improvement projects that benefit the low to moderate income community.

Other competitive government grant programs are identified at the federal, state, county and local levels, along with various private granting agencies.  The grants staff provides public need referrals, manages grant activities, partners with other departments in implementing grant projects and provides technical assistance to departments managing their own grant processes.  Other functions of the Grants Management Department range from participation to oversight of various special projects in housing, community development, neighborhood revitalization, data analysis, LIHTC development, economic development, disaster recovery, youth issues, public facilities, senior activities, public transportation and social service programs.

Midwest City Primary System Home Repairs

The City of Midwest City offers grants for emergency home repairs to low income home owners in Midwest City. Repairs must be for a failed primary system of the home, such as, plumbing, or electrical. For more information please contact Ashley Stephenson at 405-739-1221 or by email.

Midwest City Zero Interest Home Rehab Loans

Low to moderate income Midwest City home owner in need of home repairs may apply for a zero interest loan up to $10,000. For details please contact Ashley Stephenson at 405-739-1221 or by email.

Midwest City Homebuyer Assistance

The Midwest City First Time Homebuyer Assistance Grant Program is once again accepting applications for downpayment assistance of income eligible first time homebuyers. If you have any questions please contact Ashley Stephenson at 405-739-1221, or by email.

Additional Resources

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