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Reinvesting YOUR sales tax dollars in YOUR community.

Grant programs...

The Dublin Economic Development Corporation, a Type B corporation funded through sales tax, reinvests back into the community in job creation and retention, housing, community improvement, cleanup/beautification and tourism.

  • Several types of grants are available during the current fiscal year.

  • Grants are considered on a first- come, first-served basis until funds are depleted. 

  • Contact the EDC for an application.

(1) Grant applicants must meet several criteria to quality and proof of current utility and property tax payment is required. In most cases, only one grant will be awarded per year to an individual although with real estate, each separate 9-1-1 address is considered eligible for improvement grants. 


(2) Most grants are considered reimbursable grants, considered only after presentation of paid invoices, although the EDC board has the discretion to fund projects in advance. 


75% of total cost of project, up to $5,000

Funds are to improve buildings located in the commercial business district along Patrick and Blackjack Streets or near enough to be considered part of the central business district. Grants are available up to $5,000 for facade improvements. Grants will reimburse 75 percent of the total cost with the EDC’s portion not to exceed $5,000.




80% of total cost of project, up to $2,500

Matching grant with the EDC providing up to 80 percent of the cost of the project, not to exceed $2,500. These grants are awarded for projects that benefit the community through cleanup, beautification, or safety and public welfare. 




Up to $500 to help defray marketing expense for events which benefit the community and promote tourism. 


These funds are available on a first-come, first-serve basis for those organizations that meet the requirements.  The EDC will provide up to 50% of the cost up to $1500 for an event expansion. The event must focus on gathering and entertaining a crowd and increase sales tax revenue and promote tourism.

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