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COMMUNITY LOAN AND GRANT PROGRAMS IN MISSOURI OVERVIEW

Types of assistance for Community Loan and Grant Programs are described below. Click on the short description for further information.

Fire and Rescue Loans Loans made by Rural Development to not-for-profit entities, public bodies, or Indian tribes to finance fire and rescue services. Limited to communities of 20,000 population or less.

Solid Waste Management Grants Grants made by Rural Development to public bodies, not-for-profit entities or Indian tribes to reduce/eliminate pollution of water resources or improve planning and management of solid waste sites. Limited to communities of 10,000 population or less.

Technical Assistance and Training Grant Grants are made to private nonprofit organizations that have been granted tax exempt status by the IRS. Grant funds may be used to provide assistance to existing water and water disposal facilities, assist applicants in preparing applications for water and waste water grants, and identify and evaluate solutions to water and waste disposal problems. All must be located in rural areas.

Water and Waste Disposal Loans and Grants Loans/grants made by USDA Rural Development to public bodies, not-for-profit entities or Indian tribes to finance needed public water and waste facilities. Limited to communities of 10,000 population or less.

Community Facility Direct Loans Direct loans made by Rural Development to public bodies, not-for-profit entities or Indian tribes to finance essential public use facilities and equipment (health, fire, nutrition, libraries, etc.). Limited to communities of 20,000 population or less.

Community Facility Guaranteed Loans Loans made by private lenders and guaranteed by Rural Development to public bodies, not-for-profit entities or Indian tribes to finance essential public use facilities and equipment (health, fire, nutrition, libraries, etc.). Limited to communities of 20,000 population or less.

Community Facility Grants Grants made by Rural Development to public bodies, not-for-profit entities or Indian tribes to finance essential public use facilities and equipment (health, fire, nutrition, libraries, etc.). Limited to communities of 20,000 population or less.

Last Modified:06/14/2012 
 
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