Who are the program approved contractors?

First, staff checks to see that a contractor is not on the federal debarred list.  Debarment means that an individual, organization and its affiliates are excluded from conducting business with any Federal Agency or funding recipients.  Further, any contractor wishing to bid on housing rehabilitation work through our local program must be, and remain, certified.  To be on our contractor’s list, a contractor must complete a two-page application, submit a copy of their Contractor’s License (as applicable), and provide a copy of their current Insurance Coverage.  Staff reviews the application, and, if acceptable, places the contractor on the approved list.

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1. What is a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)?
2. How much CDBG funding does Waterford Township receive every year?
3. What can CDBG funds be used for?
4. Who decides what activities are funded?
5. What activities does Waterford Township currently undertake?
6. How long has Waterford Township participated in the CDBG program?
7. How many staff positions are funded with CDBG monies?
8. Who qualifies for the Township’s Urgent Needs Home Repair program?
9. How is household income determined?
10. What kind of repairs qualify through the program?
11. What type of repairs are NOT eligible?
12. How is funding provided to qualified applicants?
13. How and when is the loan repaid?
14. What happens to the repaid loan money?
15. How does a homeowner apply?
16. What happens after an application is submitted?
17. How does the program staff provide assistance throughout the program process?
18. Who are the program approved contractors?
19. How many contractors are currently on the list?