Programs and Applications
North Lewiston Revitalization Plan (NLRP) - Deadline April 30, 2018
The purpose of the North Lewiston Revitalization Plan (NLRP) is to help improve the quality of North Lewiston commercial, industrial, and mixed-use areas by assisting property owners in the rehabilitation of blighted structures. The City of Lewiston has programmed Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to assist with its economic development efforts. Through the NLRP, the City hopes to encourage investment in North Lewiston, achieve significant visual improvements, and improve North Lewiston's overall health and safety. Funding will be targeted to assist projects that will promote rehabilitation of commercial buildings to improve facades and upgrade existing buildings to bring them into compliance with current codes, with the goal of stimulating additional private investment and creating additional economic opportunities.
The CDBG funds are provided to the City on an annual basis to meet the three National Objectives:
- Meet the needs of low-to moderate-income individuals and families;
- Address slums or blight; or
- Meet an urgent need.
The City's 2018-19 CDBG Action Plan draft will head to the City Council for final adoption on a date to be determined pending the federal budget.
Applications - Deadline May 4, 2018
HUD sets income limits that determine eligibility for the CDBG program. HUD develops income limits based on Median Family Income estimates and Fair Market Rent area definitions for each metropolitan area, parts of some metropolitan areas, and each non-metropolitan county. To view the HUD Income Limits website, click here.
The City of Lewiston, Nez Perce County FY 2017 Income Limits Summary is as follows (effective date 04/14/2017):
|FY 2018 Income Limit Area
|FY 2018 Income Limit Category
|Persons in Family
|Lewiston, ID-WA MSA
|| Very Low (50%) Income Limits
|Extremely Low (30%) Income Limits
|Low (80%) Income Limits
*The FY 2014 Consolidated Appropriations Act changed the definition of extremely low-income to be the greater of 30/50ths (60%) of the Section 8 very low-income limit or the poverty guideline as established by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), provided that his amount is not greater than the Section 8 50% very low-income limit. Consequently, the extremely low income limits may equal the very low (50%) income limits.