Budget description (if applicable):
5. Relationship to Other Initiatives
a. Does this
oject implement an existing study or plan for the community?
Yes ☐ No ☐
If yes, please share the name of the study or plan and a link if it’s available online.
b. Is this project a continuation of a previously funded CDBG project? Yes ☐ No ☐
If yes, what is the name and year of the project?
a. Does the project benefit a low to moderate income area of the community?
Yes ☐ No ☐
This can be measured by the actual people benefiting from the project/program or by the census block
group area being served.
To qualify, at least 51% of the persons benefiting from this project must have incomes of 80% or less
of the area median income. Currently, this is $69,050 per year for a household of four people.
b. Please list the census tract number(s) and block group(s) that benefit from this project:
Link to map to determine LMI for each census block group in project area:
The US Bureau of the Census no longer administers a long form census; this means that they lost the
ability to track block group data. If census tract data does not show 51
% low to moderate income
residents, a local survey can be administered.
c. Do you anticipate having to collect local survey data? Yes ☐ No ☐
d. Does the project assist senior citizens, persons with disabilities or make accessibility changes to a
building? Yes ☐ No ☐
f yes, please explain:
There will be no funding budgeted by the Village for this program.
We are following recommendations from the 2019 TAP study as well as considering
eedback from 2019 WeTHRIVE study.
Property Code Enforcement Enhancement Initiative_2018, 2019, 2020
• BlockGroups LMISD ACS: Block Group 1, Census Tract 234, Hamilton County, Ohio • BlockGroups LMISD ACS: Block Group 2, Census Tract 234, Hamilton County, Ohio • BlockGroups LMISD ACS: Block Group 3, Census Tract 234, Hamilton County, Ohio • BlockGroups LMISD ACS: Block Group 4, Census Tract 234, Hamilton County, Ohio
Our elderly population generally have resided for 20 plus years in
1930/40's era housing. These home required renovation, particularly
on the exterior with retaining walls, sidewalks, driveways, roofing,
gutters, etc. This program would allow us the ability to work with
these owners to identify and solve code issues and recommend
resources for resolution. and compliance. This program in the past
has helped to increase property values and we are looking to
continue to enhance that result.