Small City Program

The Small City Program provides federal funds to small cities with populations from 5,000 to 24,999 that are NOT located within Metropolitan Planning Organizations’ boundaries. This program may be used by the incorporated localities for any road, safety or signal project on the Federal-aid system. ODOT will provide up to 80% of eligible costs for construction only. Historically, the funding amount for this program has been approximately $8 million annually and is anticipated to increase to $10 million for the 2016 state fiscal year.

Currently, there are 54 small cities that meet this program’s criteria.

Download the following documents to learn more:

Small City Program Guidelines
List of Eligible Small Cities
Attachment A Data Guidance 2015
2017 Small City Awarded Projects
2016 Small City Awarded Projects
2015 Small City Awarded Projects
2014 Small City Awarded Projects
2013 Small City Awarded Projects
2012 Small City Awarded Projects
2011 Small City Awarded Projects

For questions or more information, contact:
Nichole Wade
Nichole.Wade@dot.ohio.gov
(614) 752-6581