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Financially Distressed Cities, Villages and Townships (FDCVT)
The purpose of the grant program is to provide grants to financially distressed cities, villages, or townships with one (1) or more conditions that indicate probable financial distress. Grant funding is to be used to pay for specific projects or services that move the city, village, or township toward financial stability.
All Michigan cities, villages, or townships with one (1) or more conditions that indicate probable financial distress, as determined by the Michigan Department of Treasury.
- Michigan city, village, or township with one (1) or more conditions that indicate probable financial distress
- A completed application with detailed information
- The applicant must demonstrate how the budgeted costs will lead toward financial stability
- Priority will be given to any applicant with two (2) or more conditions that indicate probable financial distress
- Priority will be given to any applicant in which a financial emergency has been declared in the past ten years
- Priority will be given to any applicant that has an approved Deficit Elimination Plan for the General Fund
- Priority will be given to any applicant in which the fund balance of the General Fund has been declining over the past five (5) years and the fund balance is less than 3% of the General Fund Revenues
November 5, 2021 - January 18, 2022
FY 2022 Appropriation Amount Available:
$2.5 million in funding will be available for the Michigan Department of Treasury to award. The Michigan Department of Treasury shall award no more than $2.0 million to any city, village, or township.
ApplicationThe most recent application period for the Financially Distressed Cities, Villages, and Townships (FDCVT) grant program closed on January 18, 2022. Subsequent rounds will be determined based on available funding when the Governor's Executive Budget Recommendation for the FY 2023 budget is finalized.
The above file is a template that local units can use to assist them in preparing their grant acceptance resolution. Local units do not have to use this template. The template is available to assist a local unit if it so chooses. Local units have the latitude to create the required resolution in a manner best suited for the local unit.