2014 HB2060 Funds
Applications for 2014 HB2060 funds is now closed.
Applications for HB2060 funds must meet one of the following criteria:
- Operating and maintenance costs of existing emergency shelters;
- Operations and maintenance costs of existing transitional housing units and permanent supportive housing units for people who are chronically homeless. Operations and maintenance may include energy efficiency upgrades; or
- Permanent Supportive Housing projects for persons who are chronically homeless. Funds may be used for match, development, construction or rehabilitation.
Applicants will present their applications to the Community Action Advisory Board (CAAB) on September 9, 2014. Selection and final recommendations for these funds will be made by the CAAB at their November 4, 2014 meeting. Contracts are intended to begin January 1st.
- Appy via ZoomGrants
- ZoomGrants Training Presentation for Applicants (PDF)
- RFA Questions and Answers (PDF)