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NOTICE TO ALL DEVELOPERS

Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME)

Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) typically releases a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) funding round for housing and community development projects in conjunction with the State’s 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credit round in the Spring/Summer of each year.

NEW for 2023 – Due to the limited availability of HOME Investment Partnerships Program (“HOME”) funds relative to existing commitments, Baltimore City DHCD will delay its annual Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the available HOME Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) funds until Summer 2023 at which time it will be issued in conjunction with a forthcoming NOFA for a portion of the City’s HOME-American Rescue Plan Program (HOME-ARP) Supplemental Allocation of $15,456,082 to serve individuals experiencing homelessness and related, special populations.  LEARN MORE ABOUT NOFA FOR HOME


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Plans Review 410-396-3460
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Recent News

DHCD Receives Maryland Association of Counties Innovation Award for Artificial Intelligence Tool That Detects Collapsed Roofs

The Maryland Association of Counties recognized DHCD for developing a cutting-edge artificial intelligence tool that detects collapsed rooftops in Baltimore. MACO presented the City with a County Innovation Award, which is given to recognize superb and leading-edge county programs that improve overall quality-of-life and service delivery for a county's residents.

Scott Administration Secures $12.4 Million for Chick Webb Recreation Center

The renovation and expansion of the Chick Webb Recreation Center in East Baltimore received HUD approval for a Section 108 Loan Guarantee of $12.4 million.  Section 108 provides CDBG funds to communities as a source of low-cost, long-term financing for economic and community development projects that primarily benefit low- and moderate-income persons.

Mayor Scott and DHCD Announce Third Round of CCG Funding, Totaling $2.8 Million

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and DHCD announced 13 award recipients of $2.8 million of capital funding under the CCG Program.
CCG, a competitive awards program, aims to provide capital and operating funds for community-driven revitalization efforts.

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