Neighborhood Development Programs for Contractors
The City of Mobile’s Community and Housing Development Department administers grant funds received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to assist low and moderate-income households and communities. Our mission is to preserve and stabilize the physical, social, and economic health of City of Mobile neighborhoods.
- Office of Supplier Diversity: Office of Supplier Diversity is dedicated to creating and implementing programs, policies and procedures that assist minorities, women, service-disabled veterans and small businesses with gaining treating access to procurement opportunities and resources to build competitively viable and sustainable businesses in and for the City of Mobile.
- Bids: View current City of Mobile bids
- Section 3 for Businesses: Provides small business owners an opportunity to become Section 3 qualified in order to hire and train low income residents in connection with projects in their own neighborhoods.
- Microenterprise Loan Program: Provides up to $2,500 to assist Local Small Disadvantaged Business Owners in the Construction field obtain insurance and bonding for company projects.
- Housing Rehab Contractors: Application for contractors interested in bidding on housing rehabilitation projects with Community and Housing Development
- DBE Certification: Provides eligible vendors the opportunity to become certified as a Disadvanted Business Enterprise through Alabama's Universal Certification Program.
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