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									City of Dayton
Office of Economic Development
The Office of Economic Development works directly with business executives and site location
consultants to identify structure projects for companies interested in expanding or locating in the
City of Dayton. The incentives are offered based on many factors including, but not limited to
the company's commitment to the community, the magnitude of business operations, and the
scope of its industry. The following incentives provide an example of some programs for which
your business may qualify. Please contact a Development Specialist today at 937-333-3634 to
find out how to make these programs work for you.

Enterprise Zones
Enterprise Zones provide substantial tax reductions on new real and/or personal property
investment for businesses that expand or locate in designated areas of Ohio. To be eligible,
businesses must agree to retain or create employment and establish, renovate, or occupy a facility
located in an Enterprise Zone. Qualifying businesses can receive up to 75 percent exemption in
incorporated areas and up to 60 percent in unincorporated areas on real property improvements
or tangible personal property tax valuation for up to 10 years.

Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment Investment Tax Credit
The Ohio Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment Investment Tax Credit provides substantial
state franchise or income tax reductions for manufacturers that purchases qualified new or
retooled machinery and equipment that is located in Ohio and used in manufacturing. The eligible
new investment must exceed the company's annual average investment in machinery and
equipment.

Job Creation Tax Credit
The Ohio Job Creation Tax Credit provides corporate franchise or state income tax credit for
businesses that expand or locate in Ohio. Eligibility is based on the number of new, full-time
jobs created through the company's operations.

Investment in Training Program
The Ohio Investment in Training Program provides financial assistance and technical resources for
customized training involving employees of new and expanding Ohio businesses. The program
focuses on manufacturing and selected employment sectors. To be eligible, companies must have
significant training and capital investment related to creating and retaining jobs.

SBA 504 Loan Program
This program offers a low down payment on long-term financing at a below-market, fixed
interest rate. Possibilities with this loan include real estate acquisition, new construction,
renovation of existing buildings, machinery and equipment acquisition, and project-related soft
costs.

CiryWide Direct Loan Program
This program offers a gap financing with a low down payment at a below-market interest rate.
Possibilities with this loan include real estate acquisition, new construction, renovation of
City of Dayton
Office of Economic Development
The Office of Economic Development works directly with business executives and site location
consultants to identify structure projects for companies interested in expanding or locating in the
City of Dayton. The incentives are offered based on many factors including, but not limited to
the company's commitment to the community, the magnitude of business operations, and the
scope of its industry. The following incentives provide an example of some programs for which
your business may qualify. Please contact a Development Specialist today at 937-333-3634 to
find out how to make these programs work for you.

Enterprise Zones
Enterprise Zones provide substantial tax reductions on new real and/or personal property
investment for businesses that expand or locate in designated areas of Ohio. To be eligible,
businesses must agree to retain or create employment and establish, renovate, or occupy a facility
located in an Enterprise Zone. Qualifying businesses can receive up to 75 percent exemption in
incorporated areas and up to 60 percent in unincorporated areas on real property improvements
or tangible personal property tax valuation for up to 10 years.

Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment Investment Tax Credit
The Ohio Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment Investment Tax Credit provides substantial
state franchise or income tax reductions for manufacturers that purchases qualified new or
retooled machinery and equipment that is located in Ohio and used in manufacturing. The eligible
new investment must exceed the company's annual average investment in machinery and
equipment.

Job Creation Tax Credit
The Ohio Job Creation Tax Credit provides corporate franchise or state income tax credit for
businesses that expand or locate in Ohio. Eligibility is based on the number of new, full-time
jobs created through the company's operations.

Investment in Training Program
The Ohio Investment in Training Program provides financial assistance and technical resources for
customized training involving employees of new and expanding Ohio businesses. The program
focuses on manufacturing and selected employment sectors. To be eligible, companies must have
significant training and capital investment related to creating and retaining jobs.

SBA 504 Loan Program
This program offers a low down payment on long-term financing at a below-market, fixed
interest rate. Possibilities with this loan include real estate acquisition, new construction,
renovation of existing buildings, machinery and equipment acquisition, and project-related soft
costs.

CityWide Direct Loan Program
This program offers a gap financing with a low down payment at a below-market interest rate.
Possibilities with this loan include real estate acquisition, new construction, renovation of
existing buildings, new and/or used machinery and equipment acquisition, and working capital.
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Foreign Trade Zone
The City of Dayton's Foreign Trade Zone offers many benefits to companies involved with
importing and exporting. Companies operating in a Foreign Trade Zone pay no duties or quota
charges on exports. Additionally, customs duties and federal excise taxes are deferred on
imports. Furthermore, foreign goods and domestic goods held for export are exempt from
state/local inventory. Contact our office to learn about additional benefits of this program.

West Dayton Development Trust Fund
The West Dayton Development Trust Fund provides funding for community and economic
development projects that benefit designated areas within the City of Dayton - the Innerwest and
Southwest Priority Board areas. Eligible projects must result in minority business development,
business expansion, or new employment opportunities. This program is designed to provide jobs,
direct services to the residents in the area, or physically improve the property in the area.

Well Field Protection Fund Loan Program
The Well Field Protection Fund Loan Program provides funds for groundwater-friendly projects
within designated well field areas. Funds are made available to public or private entities and
provide low and 0% interest loan programs for up to 100% of total eligible project costs for real
estate, equipment, new construction, renovation, and working capital

Greater Dayton IT Alliance
is a trade association focused on the retention and growth of the Information Technology
industry in the Dayton region. The IT Alliance organizes networking events for companies in the
IT industry. The organization also works with member businesses to help manage their technical
training needs along with providing many additional services.

i-Zone
offers collective resources in marketing and strategic planning, accounting, legal and financial
planning, funding channels, our operations resources such as space and support to entrepreneurs.
Through the i-Zone, Dayton-area professionals also donate their time to educating and mentoring
entrepreneurs offering more than 2500 hours of service time available for entrepreneurs to take
advantage of each year. The i-Zone also offers additional networking opportunities to the
business community.

Entrepreneurs Center
is a technology incubator dedicated to "graduating" successful tenants who will contribute to the
richness of the local economy through job creation. Tenants of The Entrepreneurs Center have
access to low-cost office space and utilities, low-cost administrative services, a robust
technology infrastructure, and access to mentors, free and reduced outside business services,
business technical assistance, along with many additional benefits.
Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE)
Additional organizations offer small business expertise, such as the Service Corps of Retired
Executives (SCORE) offer free business counseling from retired business executives

City Wide Development Corporation
Direct Loan Program
The Possibilities
CityWide opens the door to business opportunity in Dayton with the Direct Loan Program. Here
are some of the possibilities:
Real estate acquisition
New construction
Renovation of existing buildings
New and/or used machinery and equipment acquisition
Working Capital


The Benefits
CityWide's Direct Loan Program offers...
Low down payment Below-market
interest rate

Gap financing
Plus, your CityWide loan officer simplifies your application process by helping you complete the
necessary forms and filing all your loan documents.

The Facts
Maximum loan... 250,000
Typical financing structure...
60% private leader
30% CityWide direct loan
10% owner equity

Term...
Fixed asset; Useful life of asset up to 8 years
Working capital: 5 years

Rate...
Fixed asset: Below market rate
Working capital: Variable at prime + 2%

Fees...
$100 application fee, plus CityWide's out-of-pocket closing expenses

SBA 504 Loan Program
The Possibilities
CityWide Development Corporation provides Dayton businesses the means to reach their
potential with the SBA 504 Loan Program. The possibilities include:
        • Real estate acquisition
        • New construction
        • Renovation of existing buildings
        • Machinery and equipment acquisition
        • Project-related soft costs

The Benefits
      • Long-term financing
      • Low down payment
      • Below-market, fixed interest rate

The Facts
Maximum loan $l,000,000/Minimum loan $50,000
Typical financing structure...
50% private lender
40% CityWide 504 loan
10% owner equity
Term...
Real estate - 10 or 20 years
Machinery and equipment - 10 years

Rate...
Fixed, approximately 1% below market rate

Fees...
2 3/4% of loan amount, which are financed
CityWide's out-of-pocket closing expenses

For more information about this or any other SBA program, contact the SBA District Office in
Columbus, Ohio.

Venture Capital Loans
The Possibilities
CityWide Development Corporation provides venture capital financing for select Dayton
businesses that are long on profit potential but short on cash. High-growth companies and
leveraged buy-outs are considered for "mezzanine" debt or equity financing. The possibilities
include:
       • Real estate acquisition
       • Equipment acquisition
       • Working capital

The Benefits
Financing for higher-risk business ventures
Opportunities for smaller businesses
Plus, your CityWide loan officer will guide you through the application process.

The Facts

Maximum loan... $250,000

Term... Maximum 5 years

Rate... Fixed at prime + 2%

Success fee... Earnings participation or capital stock ownership

Other conditions...
Company must be in growth mode, beyond R&D stage
Significant earnings and market potential
Significant management talent
Completed business plan
Minimum of 25 jobs to be created in three years
Regional 166 Loan Program
The Possibilities
Owner-occupied, existing manufacturing businesses in Dayton can get the help they need to
grow, improve and become more profitable through the State of Ohio's Regional 166 Loan
Program. The project possibilities include:
        • Land and building acquisition
        • New construction
        • Renovation of existing buildings
        • Acquisitions of new and/or used machinery and equipment
        • Project-related soft costs

The Benefits
      • Long-term financing
      • Below-market fixed interest rates
      • Low down payment
      • Plus, your CityWide loan officer simplifies your application process by helping you
          complete the necessary forms and filing all your loan documents.

The Facts
       Maximum loan - $350,000, covering up to 40% of eligible costs.
       Financing - Through a private lender. 10% owner equity required.
       Term - Up to 10 years on machinery and equipment and up to 15 years on real estate.
       Rate - Negotiable, not to exceed 2/3 of prime.

Business Assistance Program
The Possibilities
The Neighborhood Business Assistance Program (NBAP) will provide existing and expanding
small businesses in the city of Dayton (excluding the Downtown Priority Board) with the
funding necessary to perpetuate their growth and profitability.
Project possibilities include:
        • Land and building acquisition
        • Renovation of existing buildings
        • Leasehold improvements
        • Acquisition of new and/or used machinery and equipment
        • Working capital

The Benefits
       • The Neighborhood Business Assistance Program offers:
       • Low equity investment
       • Below-market, fixed interest rate
       • Grants available (up to 5% of loan proceeds) with excellent NBAP payment history
       • Plus, your CityWide neighborhood business development officer and your City of
          Dayton senior development specialist simplify your application process by helping
          you complete the necessary forms.
The Facts
Loan Amount... $2,500 to $30,000
Financing structure...
95% Neighborhood Business Assistance Program
5% Owner equity

Term...
Fixed Assets: 3-10 years, depending on the useful life of the asset
Working Capital: 3 years

Rate... 5% Fixed

Fees... $50 application fee plus out-of-pocket closing expenses

For more details, call the Neighborhood Business Development Officer at 226-0457

Well Field Protection Fund Loan Program
The Possibilities
Through CityWide, businesses located in the Well Field Protection area can do what's right for
the environment and what's needed to protect Dayton's precious water resources. This loan
program supports projects that reduce or abate groundwater threats resulting from a company's
normal business activities. The possibilities include:
       • Real estate acquisition
       • Equipment acquisition
       • New construction
       • Renovation
       • Working capital

The Benefits
       • The Well Field Protection Loan Program offers...
       • No-interest loans
       • An economical solution to environmental challenges

The Facts
Loan amount... up to 100% of eligible project cost is available.

Term...
15 years maximum for fixed assets
5 years maximum for working capital

Rate... As low as 0%
Collateral/Security... Subordinated mortgage or lien; personal guarantees of owners; possible key
man life insurance

Fees... $550 processing fee plus all out-of-pocket expenses

Conditions... Company must be located in the designated Well Field Protection area.

Well Field Protection Fund Risk Point Buy-Down Program
The Possibilities
Businesses located in Dayton's Well Field Protection area may take advantage of an incentive
program to reduce environmental risks of storing potentially hazardous materials on their
property. Through CityWide, these companies can help protect Dayton's water resources by
selling some, or all, of their rights to store such material.

The Benefits
      • The Well Field Protection Fund Risk Point Buy-Down Program offers...
      • Funds that could be applied to enhancing environmentally friendly operations
      • The opportunity to play a part in preserving Dayton's valuable water resources

The Facts
Purchase price: For a 100% reduction in risk points on the property, 12 per risk point may be
available. For reductions of less than 100%, up to 8 per risk point may be available.

Maximum/Minimum: With the sale of the property to a new owner, up to 75% of the appraisal
value available. If a landowner wants to reduce the risk points on the property without selling the
real estate, up to 49% of the appraisal value available.

Term...
Each year, 20% of the loan balance is forgiven and does not require repayment, provided all
conditions are met.

Collateral/Security... Use restriction and conservation easement on deed; subordinated mortgage
of lien; personal guarantees of owners
Fees... $550 processing fee plus all out-of-pocket expenses

Conditions...
Company must be located in the designed Well Field Protection area
Risk points must be reduced by at least 97%

Minority Development/EOIC
EOIC Mission Statement
Enterprise Ohio Investment Company will invest in minority businesses with the potential for a
profitable rate of return.

Investing in Ohio's Minority-Owned Businesses
Managed by CityWide Development Corporation, Enterprise Ohio Investment Company (EOIC)
provides capital for promising Ohio-based minority-owned businesses. Leveraging private
funding, EOIC invests in both established and start-up companies that have the potential to
produce a profitable rate of return for investors. We target franchisees, 8(a)-certified companies,
and dedicated suppliers to major corporations located primarily in Southwestern Ohio, providing
assistance with:
        • Fixed asset acquisition
        • Working capital
        • EOIC loan officers are available to assist business owners with all aspects of the
            application process. Benefits of an EOIC loan include:
        • Equity capital and long-term debt financing
        • Technical and management assistance

EOIC Goals and Objectives
Enterprise Ohio Investment Company's goals are to produce a competitive financial rate of return
for our investors, to meet the market needs of qualified minority businesses, and to develop a
capital pool of $5,000,000 or more over the next three years. In order to achieve these goals, we
have established the following objectives:
        • Leverage public-private sector funding in Ohio for minority business.
        • Proactively seek minority businesses for expansion, acquisition and relocation, and
            encourage start-ups in the state of Ohio.
        • Increase the availability of equity capital to Ohio's minority businesses.
        • Stimulate economic development and growth in the state of Ohio.
        • Assist portfolio companies with technical assistance, management, and mentorship
            through an established infrastructure.
        • Identify additional public and private investors.

EOIC Fast Facts
Investment Amount: $50,000 to $150,000
Term: 5 to 8 years
Exit Strategies: Tailored to yield the best combination of equity and return

Advantages:
      • Experienced Management
       •   Viable Business Plan
       •   Private Financing Available
       •   Earnings and Market Potential

Enterprise Ohio Investment Company Board of Directors
Steven J. Budd
Orval Cook
J. Stephen Herbert, Esq.
Neal J. Hinker
J. Thomas Maultsby, Jr.
Gary Roan

contact us
We'd like to hear from you.
Citywide Development Corporation
8 N. Main St.
Dayton, OH 45402-9645
Phone (937) 226-0457
Fax (937) 222-7035

If you have any questions, concerns or comments, simply e-mail Carolyn Henn at
chenn@citywidedev.com.

Planning & Community Development Neighborhood
Business Assistance Program (NBAP)
The City realizes that collectively, small neighborhood businesses represent the largest base of
employment in the City of Dayton. Many of the city's smallest businesses have very limited
access to the funding necessary for growth and success. Our program is designed to provide an
affordable loan product, which can assist your business in meeting its goals. The NBAP
program requirements area s follows:
        • Business in operation for one year.
        • Business located in the City of Dayton (excluding the Downtown Priority Board
            district).
        • Business independently owned and operated for profit.
        • Annual sales not to exceed $1 million.
        • Business not engaged in investment or speculation activities.
        • Minimum / Maximum Loan Amount - $2,500-$50,000.
        • 95% financing available.
        • 5% equity required.
        • 5% fixed rate financing. 3% fixed rate in targeted corridor areas.
        • 3-10 year terms (dependent upon life of asset).
        • Uses- Rehab/Renovation, Real Estate Acquisitions, M & E, Public
            Improvements/Infrastructure & Working Capital.
        • These funds are only dispersed as loans. Grants are not available.
For more information about NBAP, please contact Cynthia Long at 333-8556 or by e-mail
cynthia. long@cityofdayton. org.

Community Development
In addition to strengthening Dayton's economy by encouraging business growth, CityWide is
committed to strengthening Dayton's neighborhoods by encouraging home ownership, home
improvement and investment in the renovation of older homes and communities. Goals of
CityWide's Neighborhood Development team include:
        • Increasing the diversity of housing choices in Dayton
        • Encouraging the development of new and/or improved Dayton neighborhoods
        • Educating potential homeowners about the process of buying a home
        • Providing financial assistance to first-time home buyers

Direct Loan
The Possibilities
Opportunities await Dayton homeowners who would like to fix up their single-family homes.
The Direct Loan for Housing Home Improvements Program offers credit-worthy borrowers the
possibility to address a number of issues, including...
        • Code violations
        • Health issues
        • Safety issues
        • Roofs, gutters and downspouts
        • Windows and doors
        • Furnaces
        • Water heaters
        • Mechanical upgrades

The Benefits
      • CityWide's Direct Loan for Housing Home Improvements Program offers...
      • Basic general remodeling
      • Availability to homeowners in all city of Dayton neighborhoods

The Facts
Maximum Loan: $15,000 for single-family, owner-occupied homes.

Term: 3 -15 years

Rate: Market rate, or below, based on need Eligibility:
Unit must be single-family, owner-occupied

Mortgage Credit Counseling Program
The Possibilities
Home ownership builds neighborhood vitality and community pride. CityWide's Mortgage
Credit Counseling Program is a nine-hour course that prepares potential home buyers for all
dimensions of the home-purchase process. Private counseling helps the buyer determine
affordability and debt comfort level. Nearly half of all the Dayton area's Mortgage Credit
Counseling participants go on to buy homes.

Upon completing the program, participants know...
      • Whether they can purchase immediately or the steps they must take to purchase in the
         future.
      • The purchase price affordable to them.
      • The loan program that best meets their needs.
      • How to select a real estate agent.
      • Down payment requirements and settlement costs.
      • The Course
      • The nine-hour course covers:
      • Budget planning and credit analysis
      • Down payment requirements and settlement costs
      • Credit reports
      • Loan underwriting guidelines
      • Shopping for a home
      • Purchase contracts and how to negotiate them
      • Housing inspections
      • Loan application requirements Insurance requirements
      • The closing process
      • Special housing
      • The Private Credit Counseling
      • Through private credit counseling, potential home buyers learn how to:
      • Update and correct credit reports
      • Repair and re-establish good credit
      • Determine all costs associated with a particular financing program
      • Initiate a debt-reduction plan
      • Set up a budget and begin a savings plan
      • Plus ... Participants receive ongoing quarterly counseling and progress reports until
         they are ready to purchase.

For enrollment information call Pam Waltrip at 226-0457.

Home Maintenance and Employment Opportunities
New Loan Program Offers Unique Extras
An innovative new program is allowing low- and moderate-income Dayton homeowners to make
home improvements and obtain job training at the same time. Dayton's new Housing
Maintenance and Employment Opportunities Program (HMEOP) combines no-interest or low-
interest home improvement loans with training in the construction industry. Sponsors of the
HMEOP include the City of Dayton, City Wide Development Corporation and the Home Builders
Association.

To qualify for HMEOP, the following requirements must be met:
       •   Loan amount plus current mortgage must not exceed 150% of the current value of
           home.
       •   Annual income and size of household must meet HUD's low/moderate income
           guidelines.
       •   House must be located within the city limits of Dayton.
       •   Only owner-occupied, single-family homes are eligible.

Loan must be used to fix exterior code violations and health and safety issues first, followed by
interior code violations. Energy-saving improvements may then be made.

In addition to the loan component of HMEOP, a variety of groups are offering construction
training programs to qualified Dayton residents. These groups include:
        • Home Builders Association
        • Dayton Urban League
        • East End Community Services Corporation
The educational programs include job coaching as well as hands-on training in blueprint reading,
carpentry, plumbing, electrical work and other aspects of the construction industry.

Division of Housing and Neighborhood Development
Division of Housing and Neighborhood Development is responsible for working with all the
City's stakeholders to provide better and more varied housing options in the city. We work with
everyone from Dayton residents who want to become homeowners, to area developers engaged
in new construction, to our local development corporations, in order to create housing
opportunities in Dayton neighborhoods.

Neighborhood Lending Program
Provides up to 3% down payment assistance, $3000 maximum, to any individuals who wish to
purchase a home within the City of Dayton.

Pam Waltrip, CityWide Development Corp.
(937) 226-0457

Housing Maintenance and Employment Opportunities Program (HMEOP)
HMEOP is Dayton's low interest loan program designed to assist homeowners who wish to
address code violations or fix up their homes. Applicants must meet income guidelines as
updated by HUD. To qualify household income must be at or below 80% of the Area Median
Income:

80% of AMI based on household size
1         2           3           4              5           6           7            8
$33,700   $38,550     $43,350     $48,150        $52,000     $55,850     $59,700      $63,550

For more information, contact CityWide Development Corporation
(937) 226-0457
Mortgage Credit Counseling Program
This course is designed for prospective homebuyers and covers key topics such as personal
finance, credit repair, Realtor selection, loan underwriting guidelines, property inspections and
repairs. Upon completion of the program, attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion to
meet lender's requirements for education. For more information contact:

Pam Waltrip, CityWide Development Corp. (937) 226-0457

Non-Profit Housing Initiatives
There are six non-profit Community Development Housing Organizations (CHDO's) in the City
of Dayton:

   - Dayton View Community Development Corp.
     Corrie Watts, Executive Director 333-3310

   - Ecumenical Neighborhood Development Corp.
     Cato Mayberry, Executive Director 222-2577

   - Innerwest Community Development Corp.
     Mary Ellington, Executive Director 333-6544

   - Oikos Community Development Corp.
     Fran Alvis, Executive Director 278-9096

   - Old North Dayton Community Dev. Corp.
     Darryl Miles, Executive Director 223-9692

   - St. Mary Community Development Corporation
     Sister Rose Wildenhaus, Executive Director
     259-1880

CHDO's receive HOME funding (federal housing program) to purchase and renovate existing
vacant units or to build new units for sale to moderate-income households. For a listing of
current homes for sale or information on how you can qualify to purchase a CHDO home,
contact each CHDO at the number listed above.

Neighborhood Business Assistance Program (NBAP)
The City realizes that collectively, small neighborhood businesses represent the largest base of
employment in the City of Dayton. Many of the city's smallest businesses have very limited
access to the funding necessary for growth and success. Our program is designed to provide an
affordable loan product, which can assist your business in meeting its goals. You may qualify for
the program if your business meets the following criteria:

Program Criteria
      • Business in operation for one year.
      • Business located in the City of Dayton.
       •   Business independently owned and operated for profit.
       •   Annual sales not to exceed $1 million.
       •   Business not engaged in investment or speculation activities.
       •   Minimum / Maximum Loan Amount - $2,500430,000.
       •   95% financing available.
       •   5% equity required.
       •   5% fixed rate financing.
       •   3-10 year terms (dependent upon life of asset).
       •   Uses- Rehab/Renovation, Real Estate Acquisitions, M & E, Public
           Improvements/Infrastructure & Working Capital.

Once the principal balance equals the amount of your grant, NBAP will forgive your remaining
payments - 5% of the loan is a grant.

For more information about NBAP, please contact Cynthia Long at 333-8556 or by e-mail
cynthia.long@cityofdayton.org.
Housing Authority
Metropolitan Housing Authority History:
The Ohio State Board of Housing Commissioners approved the creation of Dayton Metropolitan
Housing Authority on May 8, 1934. The "Authority" was established to provide decent, safe, and
sanitary housing at an affordable rent to low-income families. DMHA's jurisdiction encompasses
all of Montgomery County, with the exception of the Village of Verona. The Public Housing
Program of today was established by the U.S. Congress under the Housing Act of 1937. The first
DMHA housing development was completed and occupied in 1940.

Dayton Metropolitan Housing Authority Philosophy:
DMHA's administrative philosophy states that "DMHA residents deserve the best...the best in
housing, the best in services, and the best opportunity to grow socially and economically". This
administrative philosophy is the foundation of DMHA's objective to not only provide housing,
but to also encourage character building and responsible citizenship through our programs and
services.

Family Self-Sufficiency:
Family Self-Sufficiency is the heart of DMHA's programming. From the time a family enters our
doors, they are offered opportunities which promote education, employment, financial
management, and household management to lead to a life without subsidy!

DMHA has designed a "Road to Self-Sufficiency" which requires families to commit to working
a plan for their future. This plan is supported by DMHA staff and other community service
representatives.

Dayton Metropolitan Housing Authority Facts:
      • DMHA is one of the largest landlords and property owners in Montgomery County.
         Our management operation totals 43% of all federally assisted rental housing in the
         Dayton/Montgomery County area. DMHA is considered a "High Performer" under
          the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Public Housing
          Management Assessment Program - a significant accomplishment!
      •   Here are a few DMHA Facts:
      •   7,000 families (14,900 individuals) served.
      •   4,474 apartments in its housing inventory.
      •   2,880 apartments administered through the Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments
          Program.

For more information please contact:
Dayton Metropolitan Housing Authority
400 Wayne Avenue Dayton, OH 45410-
1106 Fax: 937-222-3554

								
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