2019 Notice of Funding Availability
Community / Public Facility or Improvements - RELEASED December 5, 2018
Public Facilities or improvements that principally benefit low-income persons or areas.
The City has set aside $50,000.00 annually to address emergency repair of any multifamily housing, including shelters and transitional housing included in the City's
Consolidated Plan inventory.
Applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.
- Emergency Repair Application:
Emergency Winter Shelter
Agencies that provide emergency shelter to homeless families and individuals during the winter months (October 1 - March 31).
Infill Demonstration Project
This program is intended to create ownership and / or rental opportunities that implement the City's Infill and Neighborhood goals.
Production of new homeownership housing serving low income households.
Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA)
For an agency to administer and provide tenant-based rental assistance services in the City to very low income families, homeless and other special needs populations.