City of Nashua - CDBG
Julian Long, Urban Programs Manager
- Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
- Housing, Shelter
- Human Services - Multipurpose and Other
- Community Improvement, Capacity Building
- Public, Society Benefit - Multipurpose and Other
Maximum Grant Amount
The City of Nashua is accepting applications to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.
The CDBG program aims to assist low- and moderate-income residents of the City of Nashua through funding public services, economic development initiatives, lower-income housing rehabilitation, and public facilities projects.
1. The proposed activity or project meets one of the following HUD National Objectives:
a) benefit low and moderate income persons;
b) activities that aid in the prevention of slums or blight; or
c) other community development needs to address a federally declared emergency.
2. The proposed activity or project qualifies as an “eligible activity” pursuant to HUD regulations.
3. The project or activity directly addresses one or more of the Goals and Objectives adopted as part of the City's FY21-FY25 Consolidated Plan. Low-barrier homeless shelter services and projects will receive
4. Through the application, the applicant and the proposed project/activity demonstrates capacity to comply with all HUD and CDBG related requirements
5. Public facilities projects demonstrates high likelihood of beginning within the year and being completed within two years.
6. Seventy percent (70%) of the clientele for the proposed project or activity will qualify as “presumed benefit” or very low, low, or moderate income (80% or less of the area median income).
Presumed Benefit Clientele: Abused/neglected children, homeless persons, persons living with HIV/AIDS, elderly persons, severely disabled adults, migrant farm workers, battered spouses/domestic violence victims, illiterate adults.
Eligible Expenses: The cost of labor, supplies, utilities, infrastructure construction/repair/renovation, and/or materials required for the provision of services to agency clientele.
July 1, 2024 - June 30, 2025
- Monday, November 6th, 2 p.m., City Hall Auditorium (third floor)
- Wednesday, November 8th, 10 a.m., City Hall Auditorium (third floor)
Both sessions will cover the same material.
IMPORTANT: Attendance at one of the meetings is required for first-time applicants.
Grant information was last reviewed by our staff on 11/1/2023
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