The Local Government Council partners with localities and agencies to help develop solutions for housing needs within Region 2000. This is primarily achieved by fostering cooperation and communication amongst stakeholders. The CVPDC staff provides technical support in the areas of needs assessment, outreach, project development, grant writing, project management, and compliance.
Current Project Details
Olde Town Madison Heights Revitalization Project
The Old Madison Heights neighborhood is one of oldest residential areas of Amherst County. Developed in the early 1900’s as a rural Village community outside the City of Lynchburg, this close-knit community of approximately 250 homes represents the highest density of residents in Amherst County.
The Old Town Madison Heights Revitalization Project – Stumps Hill Area (OMH Stumps Hill CDBG) represents a Phase 1 project to revitalize this historic and thriving Amherst County community. The project will provide infrastructure (water, sewer, roadway) and housing improvements and is funded primary through a $1,222,249 multi-year Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (VDHCD). The project also includes funding contribution from Amherst County and program partnership from USDA Rural Development and VDOT. This project represents the first in an envisioned long-term series of improvements to revitalize this vital and historic Amherst County community.
For more information contact Kelly Hitchcock.
- Appomattox County Tornado Recovery Project
- Cabell Lane/Ebenezer Road CDBG Project, Amherst County
- East Side CDBG Project, Town of Pamplin
- Greater Meadowlark Neighborhood Improvement Project, Town of Appomattox
- Old Town Madison Heights CDBG Project, Amherst County
- Town of Altavista Downtown CDBG Project (Upper Story Housing)
- Town of Brookneal Downtown CDBG Project
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