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Grants starting at $50,000 are available to Texas municipalities to eliminate blight and/or slum conditions. Cities that have been designated Main Street cities by the Texas Historical Commission, and have fewer than 50,000 residents, can use these funds to improve public infrastructure and for land acquisition.
For all proposed uses, requested funds may not exceed the minimum necessary to meet the needs of the Main Street area. Excess/speculative improvements, extra connections or excessive looping will not be funded.
Eligible Uses - Funds may be provided for the following:
- Water lines, storage and pumping facilities, and related items;
- Sewer lines, lift stations, and related items;
- Road construction/renovation, to include curb and gutter and related drainage;
- Natural gas lines;
- Electric power lines and transformers;
- Purchase of land, easements, right-of-ways necessary for project;
- Lighting, sidewalks, public parking lots;
- Activities required to eliminate architectural barriers for the disabled; and
- Award administration.
Estimated Total Program Funding:
Estimated Size of Grant:
Two years from the beginning date of the TCF contract.
Fax (888) 216-9867
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates / changes / addendums / conferences / LOIs.