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To provide a higher quality of life in Norman by protecting the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Norman. The Revitalization Division is responsible for the ongoing process of revitalization of our community through the management of federal grants related to housing and community development. Further, the revitalization Division is responsible for the enforcement of various codes that affect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Norman.

CDBG & HOME Programs

Funding from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program and the HOME Program funded by the US Department of Housing & Urban Development can be utilized to fund a variety of public services and projects targeted to assist low-moderate income families, under take community redevelopment and foster economic development.

Housing Rehabilitation, Accessibility and Emergency Repair

Funded through the CDBG and HOME Program, This program allows low-moderate income homeowners to undertake home repairs, make accessibility modifications or make emergency repairs to their homes. Homeowners qualify for this program on an income level basis.

Code Compliance

This unit of the Revitalization Division is responsible for the ongoing enforcement of environmental health and safety codes including, but not limited to, weed abatement, junk and debris removal; hotel, motel and rooming house licensing, and the condemnation and removal of dilapidated structures. All complaints are received anonymously.

Have a complaint? Follow this link to register your complaint or contact the Revitalization Division at 366-5332.

Historic Preservation

City of Norman - Historic District Commission

The Norman Historic District Commission serves as the City Council's official historic preservation advisory body to identify, proect, and educate the public about Norman's historic resources.

Continuum of Care (Assisting homeless persons with emergency shelter and services towards the eventual attainment of permanent housing.)