In collaboration with the Economic Development Program, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Driveway Assistance Program works to provide Tribal members with safe access to their homes through driveway improvements. To be eligible, a homeowner must complete an application and secure a CDIB and proof of home ownership. After an individual’s driveway is assessed and measured and a scope of the work plan is developed, a work order is issued and construction of a new driveway can begin.
The Driveway Assistance Program, or DAP, provides the necessary materials and labor to survey, design, and construct driveways to improve access to a Tribal member’s residence/home. Improvements may consist of redesigning, restructuring and/or rebuilding of a driveway to improve the surface condition in which to provide Tribal members the safety, economic and ease of access to their residence.
The applicant must be an enrolled Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal member and own the home for which the driveway improvement is being requested. When applying for the Driveway Assistance Program, the applicant must provide:
1) Copy of CDIB or Complete the Enrollment Release of Information Form (included with application); and,
2) Copy of Warranty Deed, Quit Claim Deed or other proof of home ownership