Community Development Block Grant – Emergency Assistance Program (CDBG-EAP)
CDBG funds must be used for the benefit of low – to moderate- income households/persons. Income information will need to be collected and reviewed to ensure participant eligibility.
CDBG-EAP funds may be used to address damage caused by the disaster, including: Repair of disaster related damage to the dwelling unit, including repair or replacement of plumbing, heating, and electrical systems. Acquisition and demolition of dwellings unable to be repaired. Housing Replacement - in situations where repairs would exceed 50% of the pre-event Fair Market Value Repairs to public facilities (libraries, village/town halls, wastewater treatment facilities, community and senior centers) Public Infrastructure (street repairs, sidewalks, sewer, lighting etc.) Business Assistance (replace equipment , capital to re-open)
The Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources (DEHCR) develops housing policy and offers a broad range of program assistance and funds to address homelessness and support affordable housing, public infrastructure, and economic development opportunities.
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) reduces energy costs for low-income households by increasing the energy efficiency of their homes, while ensuring health and safety.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program
U.S. Department of Energy
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program is designed to assist states, local governments, and Tribes in implementing strategies to reduce energy use, to reduce fossil fuel emissions, and to improve energy efficiency.
Office of Rural Prosperity
Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.
201 West Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53703