CDFA Events

1 Day Event on:
March
21
CDBG Advisory Committee
Date: March 21, 2013
Location: NH Audubon Society
84 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH 03301
Time: 1:30 PM
Description:

The CDBG Advisory Committee will discuss the latest CDBG requests, including the first round of the Housing and Public Facilities awards.

Note: This meeting is typically held in April, but has been rescheduled to accommodate the needs of some potential awardees.

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Advisory Committee will meet at the NH Audubon Society at 84 Silk Road in Concord at 1:30.

Public Notice will be posted in the Union Leader and at www.nhcdfa.org the week prior once quorum is met. In the event of inclement weather or non-quorum, the meeting will be rescheduled and public notice will be posted with the new meeting date.

(Snow date: March 28, 2013)

CDFA News
CDFA Awards $2.76 Million to Six Communities throughout New Hampshire for Affordable Housing and Public Facilities Projects
2016-04-28
CDFA has awarded $2.76 million in Community Development Block Grant funds to New Hampshire communities.
Notice of Funding Availability: CDFA's L5 Capacity Program
2016-04-21
The L5 program seeks to provide resources to CDFA partner organizations to advance specific community development focused projects, causes, or organizational needs.
CDFA Awards Berlin $500,000 to Invest in Local Business Development, Job Creation
2016-04-07
CDFA has awarded $500,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds to the City of Berlin to support the development of a local business and bring new jobs to the area.
CDFA Awards $500,000 to Fund Infrastructure Improvements in Littleton's River District
2016-03-25
CDFA has awarded $500,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds to the Town of Littleton to support the upgrade of its aging sewer and storm infrastructure in the River District.
CDFA Clean Energy Fund to Save Franklin Over $30,000 Per Year
2016-02-22
CDFA finances municipal streetlight conversion project with the City of Franklin, replacing nearly 500 streetlights with energy efficient LED fixtures which will save the city $31,000 annually in electricity costs.