The 4B Sales Tax Corporation (STC) Board of Directors recently approved Downtown Incentive Grant Guidelines for improvements to downtown businesses. The grant is a 50% matching, $5,000 maximum award from the 4B Sales Tax Corporation STC. If a project application meets the guidelines, the grant can be administratively approved by City staff.
Community Development covers a wide range of functions vital to maintaining and growing a prosperous city. The divisions that are involved in these functions include: Building Inspections, Code Enforcement, Lake Lot Administration, Neighborhood Resources, Planning and Property Management.
DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES REPORT
Learn more about the City's recommendations on incentives for commercial/retail development in the downtown Wichita Falls area through the Downtown Development Incentives Report.The report considers the implementation of the City’s adopted Vision 20/20 Plan and provides an update to a reports entitled “Local Development Incentives Options” prepared for the Wichita Falls City Council in July, 2006.
2010-2015 CONSOLIDATED PLAN-PY 2010 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
The 2010-2015 Consolidated Plan is a document that outlines a unified and strategic vision for providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, expanded economic opportunities for primarily low-moderate income households, and that serves as a basis for annual funding allocations as described in the Annual Action Plan. For more information contact Neighborhood Resources Phone: 940.761.7448