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The Franklin County Board of County Commissioners has $595,000 in CDBG funds for repair or replacement of 10 or more owner-occupied homes. Owners must be U. S. citizens or legal residents, have clear title, buy and maintain insurance, and have no liens or past-due taxes/mortgage payments. Houses or mobile/manufactured homes outside city limits may be eligible for repair, or may be considered for demolition and replacement. Income limits apply.

For additional information or to make an application appointment, please contact Deborah Belcher, Roumelis Planning and Development Services, Inc. at or phone 850-893-0694.

The Franklin County Board of County Commissioners through the Franklin County S.H.I.P. Program will be accepting applications. click here to read more.

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Franklin County is located in Florida's Northwestern Panhandle approximately 80 miles southwest of the State capitol, Tallahassee. The county is comprised of 545 square miles and 348,800 acres making it one of the State's largest counties. Franklin County serves more than 11,000 residents. The County is governed by the Franklin County Board of County Commissioners. The Commission, which is the legislative branch of government, serves as the county governing board for the residents of the unincorporated areas.

Within Franklin County, there are two municipalities: Apalachicola and Carrabelle. Each municipality has its own government and provides city services such as police and zoning protection.

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