CDFA Events

1 Day Event on:
September
07
Meeting of the Community Development Advisory Committee
Date: September 07, 2017
Location: NH CDFA
14 Dixon Avenue, Suite 102, Concord, NH 03301
Time: 2:00 PM
Description:

PUBLIC NOTICE
Meeting of the Community Development Advisory Committee
September 7, 2017
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

The Community Development Advisory Committee will be meeting on Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 2:00 PM. The meeting will take place at CDFA at 14 Dixon Avenue, Suite 102, Concord NH. The following items are on the agenda and will be considered by the Committee:
 

  • Approval of June 2017 Meeting Minutes
  • Economic Development Grant Application:
  1. Town of Salem/REDC - Salem Ford – Economic Development  
  • Second Round of Planning Grant Applications
  1. City of Berlin/City Hall Elevator – Planning Grant Study  
  • Other Items
  1. Rules Change Update  
  2. Values Discussion
  3. Executive Director Update
     
CDFA News
Katherine Easterly Martey Named CDFA's Executive Director
2017-11-07
Effective immediately, Martey takes leadership of CDFA, will continue to serve as excellent steward of the organization's mission.
Event Information & Schedule: Community Development Block Grant Rules Initiative Presentation, Q&A
2017-11-03
CDFA is hosting community listening and input sessions throughout NH relative to the CDBG Rules Initiative.
Notification: 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Housing and Public Facilities Round
2017-10-26
CDFA will not be having the January 2018 CDBG Housing and Public Facilitates grant round.
Notice of Funding Availability: Community Development Block Grant Funds Available for Planning Grants
2017-09-20
CDFA is now accepting applications for the second round of 2017 CDBG Planning Grants. Deadline to submit applications is October 31, 2017.
Update: Community Development Block Grant Program Administrative Rules Initiative
2017-09-18
Learn more about the CDBG Administrative Rules Initiative and how CDFA is working to ensure New Hampshire's program continues to be well-positioned to make a significant impact statewide.