Graves County Homeowners Funding
REPAIR ASSISTANCE FOR GRAVES COUNTY HOMEOWNERS
Graves County Fiscal Court plans to apply for a Kentucky Department for Local Government Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief (CDBG-DR) funds to HUD for Federally Declared Disasters related to disaster relief, long-term recovery, restoration of infrastructure and housing, economic revitalization, and mitigation resulting from the qualifying major disaster in 2021 The CDBG-DR will provide housing repair assistance for those who are single-family homeowners that reside in Graves County; NOT in Mayfield City limits. The Graves County Fiscal Court will be accepting surveys for the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief from now until August 29, 2023.
If you are a single-family homeowner that were affected by the 2021 qualifying major disaster you may complete a survey by reaching out to the Graves County Fiscal Court at (270) 247-3626 or Purchase Area Development District at (270) 251-6147, stopping by the Mayfield Graves County Long Term Recovery Group Offices at 1365 Luisa Lane, Mayfield, KY, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Surveys can be returned to the Mayfield Graves County Long Term Recovery Group Offices or returned to the Judge Executives office at 1102 Paris Road, Suite 2, Mayfield, KY 42066.
If you are actively in case management, please contact your case manager to assist you with this survey.
Eligible Homeowners must meet ALL of the following:
1. Have owned the home at the time of the 2021 major qualifying disaster event.
2. Must be able to provide evidence of clear title ownership to the assisted unit.
3. Must be requesting assistance for the primary address only (address where the applicant
lives(ed) and slept at the time of disaster).
4. Have not already completed all work needed on rehabilitation/reconstruction of the unit
5. Must declare all other funding assistance (Federal, State, Local, private, etc…) related disaster affecting the housing unit.
6. Must reside in Graves County; NOT in Mayfield City limits.
May receive up to $200,000 per unit for rehabilitation or reconstruction of the unit.