A Department of Education is a federal or state agency that provides leadership, develops policy, and awards funding for public schools in Cherokee County, Georgia. As part of this mission, Departments of Education distribute grants and federal funding, including education block grants, Title I grants, and IDEA grants. They also award School Improvement Grants, Teacher Incentive Funds, and Pell Grants, in addition to other student loans and grants. Students, teachers, and educators can learn more about Cherokee County government grants issued by the Department of Education on its website.
Canton Dekalb County Department of Education Canton GA 1001 East Main Street 30114 678-676-1004
Kenilworth Dekalb County Department of Education Woodstock GA Abbotsford Way 30188 404-292-7345
Tazewell Cherokee County Department of Education Holly Springs GA 1731 Main Street 30115 770-924-7839
Trenton Monroe County Department of Education Canton GA 413 Trenton Lane 30115 478-994-5969
A Housing Authority provides low-income rental housing, rental assistance programs, and other housing assistance for eligible individuals and families in Cherokee County, Georgia. At the federal level, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) operates over 20 government grant programs, including affordable housing development grants, community and economic development grants, fair housing grants, and rental assistance grants. HUD also offers Cherokee County supportive housing and services grants. Housing Authority grants can help fund Cherokee County low-income housing, local housing assistance programs, and provide grants for housing assistance such as Section 8.
Canton City Housing Authority Canton GA 1400 Oak Side Drive, Apt 76 30114 770-479-4969
A Department of Justice operates at the federal or state level to enforce the law and ensure public safety in Cherokee County, Georgia. The U.S. Department of Justice offers several Cherokee County government grants, including federal assistance to scholars and experts, law enforcement grants, and violence against women grants, which protect victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. State Departments of Justice may also provide grants for Cherokee County law enforcement and legal assistant programs. Departments of Justice provide information on their government grant programs on their websites.
Canton Georgia Department of Justice Canton GA 130 East Main Street, 203 30114 770-720-3556
A Department of Transportation is a state or federal agency that plans and develops transportation systems and infrastructure in Cherokee County, Georgia. The federal Department of Transportation offers several Cherokee County government grants, including grants for road, rail, transit, and port projects, as well as car and vanpool projects, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and transit research and safety improvements. State Departments of Transportation provide grants for private operators, senior centers, non-profits, and transit systems. Cherokee County government grant information is available on the Department of Transportation website.
Canton Transportation Department Canton GA 448 Holly Street 30114 770-720-3536
Cherokee County Road Department Canton GA 403 Chattin Drive 30115 770-345-5842
A Chamber of Commerce promotes economic development and business activity, either at the federal, state, or local level in Cherokee County, Georgia. The U.S. Department of Commerce provides government grants to Cherokee County local Chambers of Commerce as well as grants through multiple bureaus. It also provides market development awards for non-profit industries, including trade associations. Local Chambers of Commerce may also help member businesses secure Small Business Administration grants, business development grants, and economic development funding. Chambers of Commerce provide information about government grant programs on their websites.
Cherokee Chamber of Commerce Canton GA 3605 Marietta Highway 30114 770-345-0400
A Veterans Affairs Department provides services to veterans, including veterans from the Armed Forces and Reserves in Cherokee County, Georgia. The federal VA, as well as local Cherokee County branches, provide government grants for veterans in rural areas, homeless providers grants, community agency grants, and nurse retention grants. The Cherokee County VA also provides cemetery grants and supportive services grants for veterans and their families. VA grants both go to agencies, organizations, and individual veterans. The VA provides more information about government grants on its website.
Georgia Department Veterans Services Canton GA 100 North Street 30114 770-720-3538