Small Cities Development Grant
- Housing Rehab Program Target Area
- Housing Rehab Program Description
- Commercial Rehab Program Target Area (map)
- Commercial Rehab Program Description
- Proposed Budget
- Slum and Blight District Resolution
- Local Government Resolution
Please click on the top link for information on these topics.
The City of Gaylord Economic Development Authority (EDA) is currently accepting applications for the part-time position of EDA Coordinator. Applicants must have a HS Diploma, knowledge of office procedures and computers, oral and written communication skills, and a valid Minnesota driver’s license. Hours are approximately 10-20 hours per month. Open until Filled.
For more information contact Kevin McCann at City Hall at 237-2338.
Job Description – EDA Coordinator
NOTICE EDA PT
Gaylord Improvement Project
Frequently Asked Questions and Project timeline (pdf)
Justin Black, PE | Project Manager
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Historic Preservation Plan
In an effort to preserve its irreplaceable historic resources and bolster its downtown, the City of Gaylord started the process of developing its first historic preservation plan. The concepts and ideas developed in the preservation plan have been developed through public input at Task Force and Open House meetings. They are briefly described in the Executive Summary but also are described in greater detail in the document.
A thorough historic context study has been completed for Gaylord. A brief description of the themes discussed in the historic context study is presented in this preservation plan to highlight the important events that have impacted the development of Gaylord.
A Historic Preservation Plan is like a map that will guide Gaylord in Getting from point A to point B in preserving their historic resources. The Plan describes in more detail the purpose of a historic preservation plan.
The Plan describes the many different benefits of historic preservation, organizing them into Economic Development, Social, Environmental and Educational.