Commercial Rehabilitation

The purpose of the program is to help cities improve the quality of their downtown commercial districts by assisting private property owners in the rehabilitation of blighted buildings. It is hoped that a strategic investment of grant funds in a key building would prevent the spread of blighted conditions to other nearby structures. Also, it would encourage other property owners to make improvements to their buildings, thus starting to reverse the cycle of blight, deferred maintenance and disinvestment.



HUD Disclosure Report
Inter-Local Agreement #1
Inter-Local Agreement #2
Administrator Territories
2016 Downtown Commercial Rehabilitation Application

Miscellaneous Documents

HUD Guide to Environmental Compliance
Section 3 Training Powerpoint
KANSASWORKS Section 3 Training
Minority and Women Business - Section 3 Training


Procurement of Professional Services
Procurement Addendum-2 (blank)
Procurement Addendum-2 (sample)
2014-2018 Consolidated Plan
Sample Bid and Contract Specification Forms
When a Public Agency Acquires Your Property
Request for Release of Funds
Grantee Handbook Minor Forms
Grantee Handbook Main Forms
Section 3 Handbook
Grantee Handbook 2016


2014 Commercial Rehabilitation Ratings