(CNN) — The capital of Kansas is willing to pay people to move there.
Topeka officials approved a new program that offers incentives in hopes to attract more people to live and work there.
The program is called ‘Choose Topeka’ and partners with employers to offer $10,000 to renters and $15,000 for those who buy a house.
These incentives are performance-based, once a resident has spent a year living in the community.
The city hopes this will boost the area’s population and work toward fostering an “intentional community.”
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