Community Revitalization Program

Overview
A community revitalization project's purpose is to revitalize (through improvements, preservation, or development) a residential area (or two residential sub-areas) delineated by a distinct boundary formed from property lines, streets, or natural topographical features. Applications run on a two-year cycle.

Eligible Activities
  • Housing activities (acquisition, disposition, clearance, relocation, and rehabilitation)
  • Street improvements
  • Public water
  • Public sewer
Examples
The Sugar Hill project located in the town of Sims is the most recent community revitalization project completed by Wilson County. Activities in the Sugar Hill project included acquisition, street improvements, flood and drainage improvements, clearance activities, relocation assistance, and housing rehabilitation.