Miami Valley Community Action Partnership is offering rental assistance. If you or someone you know needs assistance paying rent, you may qualify! For more information, see the informational fliers below (available in Arabic, French, Spanish, Swahili and Kinyarwanda).
Municipal Strategies To Reduce The Financial Barriers To U.S. Citizenship In Light of New Fee Increases
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Release Date: Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2020 Contact: Susan Vincent, Planning and Community Development, 937-333-3683
The City of Dayton is seeking proposals from eligible small businesses to help with expenses related to meeting health and safety requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant program is made possible by federal CARES Act funding received by the City of Dayton.
The Dayton COVID-19 Small Business Capital Grants Program will help businesses with new expenses related to facility improvements needed to meet health and safety standards, such as building materials, permanent or temporary seating areas (including outdoor areas), and furnishings/fixtures.
Eligible businesses must be ...
Dayton Guide to Ethnic Dining, Markets and Food Trucks
A special Thank You to our partners: The Dayton Metro Library, The Dayton Collaboratory and Ethnosh.
The guide is a resource to build community, share culture and support Dayton local businesses. Immigrants and their contributions lead toa great deal of our nation's success and cultural influence. We encouarage you and your family to explore the ethnic eateries in the area. We hope you find your favorite local ethnic restaurant on this guide, or discover a new restaurant you enjoy. To download a copy or to view the guide go to the ...
Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE) and Welcome Dayton are partnering to bring you the Citizenship Clinic. For 2020, this event will be held remotely via appointment. To schedule an appointment, call today!