OAR 736-056-0030
Application Procedure/Process


The Department shall announce through a variety of media the availability of, procedures for, deadlines, and other information for applying for Oregon Main Street Revitalization Grants.


To apply for Oregon Main Street Revitalization Grants, applicants must submit their applications in a format prescribed by the Department by the specified deadline.


Applications must demonstrate the following:


The applicant is an eligible applicant as provided in OAR 736-056-0020 (Eligible Applicants).


The proposed project is within a designated downtown area.


The applicant is capable of carrying out the proposed project.


The proposed project would facilitate community revitalization.


The community need for revitalization and economic development:


Community is in a traditionally underserved area, rural area, or has significant financial barriers to improve downtown areas.


Economic factors may include percentage of renters and wage and income rates in the proposed project location and surrounding community.


The proposed project would be consistent with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation of Historic Properties.


There are sources of additional funding sufficient to complete the project.


Evidence that the property owner understands and agrees with the proposed project.


The Department will request that applicants include measures to demonstrate the effectiveness of the Oregon Main Street Revitalization Grant. These may include business creation or expansion, job creation or retention, vacancy rates, business mix, housing, or creation of a stronger tax base.

Source: Rule 736-056-0030 — Application Procedure/Process, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=736-056-0030.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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