Charles City Area Development Corporation
401 North Main Street
Charles City, Iowa 50616-2021
Staff: Timothy S. Fox, Executive Director
Cathy J. McGregor, Project Facilitator
Teri Lokenvitz, Executive Assistant
Charles City Area Development Corporation
The mission of the Charles City Area Development Corporation is to create income and growth in the community through the development and retention of quality jobs.
Charles City Area Development Corporation By-Laws
The By-Laws of the Charles City Area Development Corporation can be viewed at this link. If you have any questions about the By-Laws, contact the CCADC office at 641-228-3020.
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About Charles City, Iowa
|Charles City (population 7,652), the county seat of Floyd County is situated along the Avenue of the Saints (Iowa 27) in northern Iowa. Charles City is a significant commercial and
transportation center for the area, located on U.S. Highways 18 and 218, Iowa
Highway 14, and the Canadian National and Iowa, Chicago and Eastern
Charles City is known as the
birthplace of the farm tractor in the early 1900's by the Hart-Parr
FLOYD COUNTY HOUSING TRUST FUND
[Charles City Area Development Corporation as Administrator]
2016 STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
The Floyd County Housing Trust Fund [“Trust Fund”] hereby provides its Statement of Activities for 2016:
The primary activity of the Trust Fund in 2016 is qualifying and subsequently financing furnace replacements to eligible single-family owner-occupied residences in Floyd County, Iowa within the following income categories: 0% - 30% median income and 31% - 50% median income.
Project financing is proposed from awards by State Housing Trust Fund [Iowa Finance Authority], USDA Rural Housing Service Housing Preservation Grant [Section 533] and local match [Charles City Area Development Corporation]. The Trust Fund will also apply for funding from foundations, businesses, other units of government, etc., as opportunities present themselves.
FLOYD COUNTY EMPLOYERS URGED TO SUBMIT HOME BASE IOWA ENROLLMENT
The Charles City Area Development Corporation is currently enrolling Floyd County businesses in the Home Base Iowa program. Home Base Iowa is a statewide program designed to assist persons discharged from military service transition into civilian life.
Communities are encouraged to support Home Base Iowa in service to veterans and as a means to recruit skilled workers. Assistance is available to veterans for employment, housing and identifying communities where their skills shall be valued.
“Floyd County is embracing Home Base Iowa by exhibiting program leadership” said Board of Supervisors Chair Roy Schwickerath. “This initiative has potential to benefit all of our citizens by building stronger communities. This only works if we all work together.”
The current Home Base Iowa phase is business enrollment. To become a Home Base Iowa business, a firm must commit to hire a specific number of veterans, post job openings on the Home Base Iowa website and become a member of Skilled Iowa. Skilled Iowa membership means that the business endorses the National Career Readiness Certificate and will recommend its use in hiring and promotion practices.
According to Charles City Area Development Corporation Executive Director Tim Fox, the local initiative received employment data from Iowa Workforce Development and opted to target businesses having more than 10 employees. “We require a certain response rate for Floyd County to become Home Base Iowa certified. It is in the best interests of the employer to register.”
“This program will be an excellent tool to attract talent to Floyd County. We are working with the state of Iowa and Iowa Workforce Development to ensure successful implementation at the local level” stated CCADC President Cathy Rottinghaus.
Businesses should submit completed enrollment forms to Charles City Area Development Corporation at email@example.com or fax to 641-228-4744. If you have a business with greater than 10 employers and were not targeted, please call Fox at 641-228-3020. Home Base Iowa and Skilled Iowa registration forms are available at the following links.
Home Base Iowa Business Enrollment Form
Skilled Iowa Registration Form