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Neighborhood Revitalization Program

This program makes tax rebates available for home or business property improvements. If you are building a new structure or making significant improvements to residential, commercial or industrial property, your project may be eligible for the Neighborhood Revitalization Program.

The Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) is a way to receive up to a 10-year rebate on the increased taxes paid as a result of new construction or rehabilitation projects. Eligible commercial and residential properties could receive up to a 100 percent rebate.

Applications can be obtained from the Planning Office, on the third floor of City Hall. For more information or to see if your property qualifies, visit or call the Community Development office at 316-284-6001.

 

Downtown Revolving Loan Program

The Downtown Revolving Loan Program provides low-interest loans to qualifying downtown businesses.  To be eligible the business must be located in the C-3, Central Business District and be engaged in food service, retail sales of consumer goods, or public entertainment.  Loan maximum is $25,000 and repayment terms cannot exceed 15 years. For more information please click on the Downtown Revolving Loan Program heading and be directed to Resolution G-886 authorizing the program.  

 

Newton Development Guide

 

EDC Programs

The Harvey County Economic Development Council has access to resources and incentives for qualifying business and industries in the Harvey County area.  These may be a combination of local and state resources. 

 

Kansas Small Business Development Center

The Kansas Small Business Development Center offers no-cost advising to help you launch or grow your business.  They also offer over 100 training events each year to support you with all aspects of your business.  The Development Center is located at the WSU Metropolitan Complex, near 29th and Oliver in Wichita. 

 

For more information, or to apply for programs, contact:

Kelly McElroy
Assistant City Manager/Development Director

201 E. 6th St.
PO Box 426
Newton, KS 67114

316-284-6014
316-284-6090 (fax)

kmcelroy@newtonkansas.com

 

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