Community Development

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), supports a wide range of community development activities to build stronger and more resilient communities. As an entitlement grantee, the City of Warner Robins receives an annual allocation of funds which allows us to develop a plan to address priority needs, create suitable living environments, provide decent housing and create economic opportunities, principally for low-to-moderate income persons. Activities may address needs such as infrastructure, economic development projects, public facilities, community centers, housing rehabilitation, public services, clearance/acquisition, code enforcement, homeowner assistance, etc.

US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development

FY2022 CDBG Draft Annual Action Plan

FY2021 Draft Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation REPORT (CAPER)

Georgia Initiative for Community Housing (GICH)

The Georgia Initiative for Community Housing (GICH) offers communities a three-year program of collaboration and technical assistance related to housing and community development. GICH is dedicated to helping communities improve their quality of life and economic vitality through the development of locally-driven housing and revitalization strategies. Our City of Warner Robins Housing team focuses on identifying and addressing housing needs in our community. 

University of Georgia - Georgia Initiative for Community Housing

Keep Warner Robins Beautiful (KWRB)

Keep Warner Robins Beautiful began in 1985 as the Clean Community Commission. In the beginning, the organization’s goals were to recommend refuse and environmental management policies to ensure city activities followed a common goal and purpose. Over time, as Keep Warner Robins Beautiful (KWRB) evolved, the vision, mission, and impact grew tremendously. As an affiliate of both Keep Georgia Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful, KWRB aligns its goals with both organization visions in mind. KWRB, in conjunction with each city department, works daily to ensure that all citizens of Warner Robins get to live in the clean, green, and beautiful environment they deserve. Above all, we strive to promote education and inspire community engagement in events to promote recycling, end litter, and beautify our city.

Keep America Beautiful

Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation

Community Home Investment Program Grant (CHIP)

City of Warner Robins has been awarded a Community Home Investment Program (CHIP) Grant for the purpose of assisting low and moderate income persons with their housing needs. The $400,000 grant will be available to approximately 8 homeowners who qualify based off their location and income. The funds will help the city focus on the northeastern portion of the city. Specifically, residents in Census Tract 204 or north of Watson Boulevard to Ignico Drive and N Pleasant Hill Road to 247 and residents in Census Tract 207 Russell Parkway to Wall Street and S Pleasant Hill Road to 247. The CHIP grant will cover specific rehabilitation repairs in hopes of providing homeowners with a better quality of life in their current homes.

CHIP Grant Documents 

Georgia Department of Community Affairs 

Fair Housing

The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination when renting or buying a home, getting a mortgage, seeking housing assistance, or engaging in other housing-related activities because of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, and disability. 

US Department of Housing and Urban Development - Fair Housing

In an effort affirmatively further fair housing, the City of Warner Robins partners with Georgia Legal Services to provide rental tenants, homeowners, and landlords with Fair Housing educational opportunities.

Georgia Legal Services Program