CDBG-CV SHELTER ACQUISITION PROGRAM


Solicitation Details

NSD-NOFO-22-006

Neighborhood Services

Gioia M Bufkin

03/21/2022 2:30 PM

06/30/2023 4:00 PM

910-65 - Remodeling and Alterations


Additional Information

The City of Phoenix received CARES Act Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-CV) funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus pandemic. HUD encourages entitlement recipients to undertake public facility projects that both address immediate community needs and mitigate the effects of future coronavirus occurrences. Public facility improvements can be an effective way of addressing the immediate indirect impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic while creating long-term spaces designed to reduce the transmission of future coronaviruses. Acquisition of underutilized structures, such as motels, to create shelter for persons experiencing homelessness is an eligible activity under the CDBG-CV regulations and supports the City’s Strategies to Address Homelessness Plan. The City of Phoenix will provide CDBG-CV funding to eligible subrecipients for the acquisition of underutilized buildings to be used as shelter facilities for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The CDBG-CV funds will only be used to fund real property acquisitions of emergency or transitional shelter facilities to provide expanded shelter space within the city of Phoenix. The expanded shelter space will prevent, prepare for, and/ or respond to the coronavirus pandemic. The CDBG-CV Shelter Acquisition program is funded through a simplified application process, with grantee follow-up and negotiated award. Applicants must submit a complete application package as described in the Application Instruction (Section 2). Applicants must demonstrate their organization's ability to meet specific selection criteria, including Shelter Facility Operation, Strategies to Address Homelessness Plan, Project Feasibility and Timeliness, and Project Costs. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until funds are depleted. Applications are evaluated by a panel and must meet a threshold score of 800 out of 1000 points. The award amount may be negotiated by city staff. The final award is made by the Phoenix City Council.



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