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Office of Community Planning and Development: Ohio

About the Local Program Office

The Community Planning and Development (CPD) Division is responsible for the administration of all of HUD's Community Development, Economic Development, and Homeless programs in Ohio. CPD Director, Jorgelle Lawson, heads a staff of community development professionals who administer HUD's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, Home Program, Homeless Programs, and other efforts that support a broad range of projects throughout Ohio. HUD funds go to all levels of government, non-profit organizations, private entities, and community groups. These programs aid low and moderate-income persons by revitalizing neighborhoods, rehabilitating and developing housing, improving public facilities, providing necessary public services, and creating jobs.

If you need more information, call us at (614) 469-5737, extension 8240.

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Service Areas (Jurisdictions)

HUD's Ohio Community Planning and Development Division is located in the Columbus Field Office and covers the entire State of Ohio. Staff members are assigned on the basis of geography.

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