Notice of Funding Availability for Community Land Trusts Projects

The City is seeking to promote equitable community development by directing funds to communities suffering from long-term and historical disinvestment.  With this Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), the City is making up to $4M available for homeownership projects and up to $1.5M for rental projects through our third installment of the Community Land Trusts NOFA. Projects must support DHCD’s community development goals of meeting the demand for affordable housing and integrating land trust housing as part of a broader mixed-income housing strategy. 

The submission deadline for both NOFAs is September 2, 2022.

Learn more at http://ow.ly/Lv3E50K25oV. #AffordableHousing

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