Grants Administration Division

The City of Douglas receives grant funds from federal and state agencies, private foundations, and other entities, that are used to support ongoing City services, programs, and capital improvements. The Community Development Department - Grant Division, manages, monitors, and enforces the grants management process by working with City departments to ensure the City of Douglas is utilizing all available federal and state funding as well as meeting compliance and reporting requirements.

Resources

City of Douglas Housing Resource Guide

Business Initiatives

Fair Housing Brochure (PDF)

Fair Housing Brochure - Spanish (PDF)

Georgia Mortgage Assistance Program

Georgia Rental Assistance

HomeSafe Program

Housing Resources and Initiatives

HUD Information

Weatherization Grant 

Weatherization Grant (Spanish)

  1. Christian Burkett

    Grants Administrator
    Phone: (912) 389-3458

CHIP 2021-106 Grant

The City of Douglas is accepting housing applications for its Community Home Investment Program 2021-106 Grant from owner-occupants at for owners living within the following neighborhoods only:

The Target Area includes portions of W. Railroad Street, W. Cherry Street, Magnolia Street, Willow Street, W. Baker Highway, S. Grady Avenue, S. Daughtry Avenue, and S. College Avenue as show above in the map.

Assistance will be provided on a first-come-first-served basis by contacting Christian Burkett with the City of Douglas at (912) 383-0277 to be placed on the housing list/waiting list. The City of Douglas is committed to providing all persons with equal access to its services, programs, activities, education and employment regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, disability or age. 

Informational Flyer (English)

Folleto informativo (Espanol)

TARGET AREA MAP (PDF)

CHIP Map Only


CDBG 2021

The City of Douglas has been awarded a Community Block Development Grant from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs in the amount of $636,875!!! The City of Douglas plans to use the CDBG funds to address substandard housing conditions in the city. The project will rehabilitate 12 owner-occupied substandard housing units in the City’s Urban Redevelopment Plan and new Revitalization Area Strategy area. This project is expected to benefit 18 persons, of whom 18 (100%) households are low to moderate income in the Mill Quarters area of Douglas. The total project cost is $657,669, with $20,794 in match and leverage. 

Map of Area (PDF)

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