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Public Notice: City considers changes to Ward Boundaries on March 20, 2017
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The City is comprised of six wards and after each Federal Census, we are required to review the population of each ward to ensure that the population distribution between wards is substantially equal. Please see the documents below for an overview of the analysis that was completed and for a detailed review of proposed changes.

The Shawnee City Commission will consider an ordinance to amend the ward boundaries at their meeting on March 20, 2017 at 6:30 PM at Shawnee City Hall, Commission Chambers, 16 W. 9th, Shawnee, OK.

For more information please contact:
City of Shawnee
City Clerk
16 W. 9th
Shawnee, OK 74801
(405) 878-1609


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Link: http://www.shawneeok.org/Publications/Files/Ward_Proposal_Memo_and_exhibits_revised.pdf

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The Urban Renewal Division admin

Housing Rehabilitation

The City of Shawnee annually receives Community Development Block Grant Funds (CDBG) from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

To be eligible for housing rehabilitation programs, the applicant must own and have occupied their home continuously for one (1) year.   The applicant must meet pre-determined income guidelines and their home must have some deficiency with the City Code and HUD’s Housing Quality Standards.

Housing rehabilitation programs are designed with the intent to create safe, decent and affordable housing in the City of Shawnee. The following is a list of housing rehabilitation programs offered by the City of Shawnee, through its’ agent the Shawnee Urban Renewal Authority (SURA).

Due to a reduction in funding, the Emergency Assistance Grant is the only grant we are offering at this time.    

Emergency Assistance (EA) – Earned Grant – A five (5) year mortgage will be placed on the home and the owner will earn 20% of the rehab amount each year the owner resides in the house for five (5) years.t.

To apply, contact the Urban Renewal Office, call (405) 273-1938 during regular business hours.

More information is available in THIS PDF PAMPHLET