Looking for programs or incentives to help you achieve your goals? There are many programs that are available within this site to help you with your needs.
CHAD (Community Housing Association of Dodge City) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to address the housing needs in the community. CHAD operates the Abandoned Housing Program.
The purpose of the Community Home Renovation Program is to encourage and assist residents to upgrade the conditions of their homes. This program is sponsored by Black Hills Energy Corporate Foundation and the Community Housing Association of Dodge City
The Dodge City Housing Authority (DCHA) provides affordable housing for qualified families living within the city limits of Dodge City, Kansas. The DCHA offers the following three programs designed to make decent, safe and affordable housing a reality for lower income families in our Community; public housing, homeownership program and housing choice voucher program.
The IDA program is designed to help you save money. You decide how much you can save then every dollar you deposit in a savings account will be matched 2:1 by our program. You save $1,000 and we match it with $2,000 for a total of $3,000!
Weatherization increases the comfort of your home, saves you money, reduces dependence on foreign oil, preserves housing stock and provides you a safe and affordable place to call home. All at no charge to you. Without weatherization homes lose heat or air conditioning, making units work harder at maintaining a constant temperature inside the house. This not only wastes energy, but increases both utilities and maintenance costs.
The Manna House may provide emergency housing to homeless individuals or families on a temporary basis. The Manna House also provides food to people in need.
The purpose of Paint Dodge is to provide assistance to eligible homeowners in the City of Dodge City to enable them to repaint the exterior of their homes and alleviate deteriorating housing conditions within the City.
The Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) is an incentive designed to inspire the revitalization of residential areas throughout the southern half of Dodge City. NRP is designed to give property owners in the designated areas a five-year, 95% tax rebate.
We are a multi-family affordable housing community with many amenities. You must see these apartments to believe the layouts and the appliances that are provided.
The Rural Housing Incentive Districts (RHID) is a program designed to aid developers to build housing within communities by assisting in the financing of public improvements. RHID captures 100% of the incremental increase in real property taxes created by a housing development project for up to 15 years.
USDA Rural Development offers three different programs to enable people to purchase a home or make home repairs; Single Family Direct Home Loans, Single Family Housing Repair Loans and Grants and the Single Family Housing Guarantee Home Loan Program.
The objective of the heat pump rebate program is to encourage energy efficiency and conservation by encouraging you to install qualified air source heat pumps or geothermal heat pumps to heat and cool your home or business.