Coweta Coming Together (CCT) is the overall name of the program, which has two distinct pieces. CCT for Citizens provides a $100 voucher for a portion of necessary utilities to help with utility costs for residents of Coweta. CCT for Business will provide grants of up to $3,000 for businesses within the city to help offset or reimburse certain costs. Both programs require an application. CCT for Citizens is limited to $100 per household/month, and a program total of $5,000. CCT for Business is limited to a maximum of $3,000 per sales-tax generating business, and a program total of $30,000.
Details of CCT for Citizens are below.
Details of and the application for CCT for Business can be found here. NOTE: The application deadline for CCT for Business has been extended until Sept. 30, 2020
CCT for Citizens program details: The City of Coweta, in the midst of the ongoing public health emergency, is making $5,000 in city funds available to help those who have been affected by pandemic. These funds are designed to be a lifeline for helping those who may be struggling to pay utility costs. Applications will be accepted until all program funds are disbursed. Applications available from Community Action Resource and Development (CARD), at 107 S. Broadway. Funds will provided in the form of a voucher that can be presented to the utility company as payment for an account, whether or not that utility bill is for a City of Coweta-owned utility. Eligible utilities are water/sewer/trash, electric, and natural gas/propane.
Who is eligible to apply?
- Applicants must be residents of the City of Coweta
- The utility voucher requested must be for a residential service in Coweta for a residence that the applicant owns or is renting
- Limit of $100/household/month
- Vouchers limited to necessary utilities, i.e. water/sewer/trash, electric, and natural gas/propane
CARD will review applications against the eligibility requirements, approve those applications that meet the requirements, and disburse vouchers to approved applicants.