The Community Development Division uses HUD funding such as CDBG, HOME and NSP to improve neighborhoods, increase and maintain affordable housing and provide loans to small businesses and assist eligible residents with home purchases, rehabilitation of their property, emergency repairs, smoke and carbon monoxide alarm installations, lead abatement, and accessibility modifications. Additionally, we work with the Land Bank to implement Neighborhood Improvement Funds.
Community Development Division questions should be directed to the Community Development Manager at 937-296-2524.
Historic Preservation and Proposed Federally Funded Projects
Historic Preservation Notice:
If you would like to inquire about potential projects and impacts to historic structures, you can reach the Community Development Program Coordinator at 937-296-3308
Clearance for some Community Development projects must be obtained from the Ohio Historic Preservation Office prior to commitment of funds. Historic review of these projects must comply with Section 106 standards set by the Secretary of the Interior. Information regarding historic review for current or proposed projects is available at the City of Kettering Planning and Development Department. Questions, comments, or objections regarding historical preservation at proposed Community Development projects may be directed to the Community Development Program at 937-296-3308. Written comments may be submitted to the City of Kettering Community Development Program, Planning and Development Department, 3600 Shroyer Road, Kettering, Ohio 45429.
Current Environmental Reviews:
Current Public Notices of Opportunities to Participate:
Current Public Notices of Request to Release Funds:
Services provided by the City of Kettering and the Planning& Development Department do not discriminate on the basis of age, handicap, race, sex, religion, ethnic background, family status or ancestry.