COLLEGE STATION, TX — On July 6, the City of College Station will be holding a public hearing regarding its Community Action Plan.
The hearing will be held at the Lincoln Recreation Center, located at 1000 Eleanor Street, and will start at 6 P.M.
According to the city's Community Development Department, the funding is derived from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is intended to support low to moderate-income populations or vulnerable populations, such as elders.
This funding is open, but not limited to, being used for city improvements such as street repairs and new sidewalks in low-income areas... to even supporting local non-profits.
"Our public hearing is to get public input on our proposed plans for the upcoming year, to see how the public would like us to spend those federal dollars" shared City of College Station Community Development Analyst, Raney Whitwell, with KRHD 25 News.
For more information, attendees are encouraged to contact College Station's Community Development Department at 979-764-3778.
Location: 1000 Eleanor Street, College Station, TX 77840
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