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Note: All applications will be forwarded to necessary parties, including, but not limited to: the Director of the Division, the Assistant Commissioner, and the Commissioner.   Once reviewed utilizing standardized criteria, the aforementioned parties will convene to discuss the feasibility of each applicant and make funding decisions.

Available RFPs
4/1/2018 3/19/2018
Angie Armand
(609) 984-7920
Households with a total gross annual income not exceeding 200% of poverty are eligible to receive Weatherization. Households that have a household member receiving SSI are categorically eligible for Weatherization even if the total gross annual income of the household exceeds 200% of poverty. Eligible households that have a senior citizen, a disabled person, terminally ill, or child under the age of six will be served as a priority.
Community action agencies, local government or non-profit entities which meet the criteria set forth at 10 CFR 440.15.
The Weatherization Assistance Program is designed to reduce the energy burden for low-income households. The program provides for the installation of energy saving materials and appliances in low-income households. The program also addresses energy-related health and safety issues, such as gas leaks, moisture problems, and carbon monoxide emissions from appliances. One Year
On 3/6/2018 at 10am in Conference Room 129.  
7/1/2018 5/15/2018
James Lordi
(609) 633-6046
Eligible applicants consist of non-profit or for-profit affordable housing developers.
The National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF) is a new affordable housing production program that will complement existing federal, state and local efforts to increase and preserve the supply of decent, safe, and sanitary affordable rental housing for extremely low-income households (those earning 30% or less of the Area Median Income as defined by HUD), for a period of not less than 30 years. Up to two (2) years from Grant Award date
Along with the information provided in the SAGE RFP, NJDCA will be hosting mandatory webinars/workshops for this program in the near future. DCA staff will also be available either by email or phone.  

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National Housing Trust Fund staff encourages applicants to schedule a 1 on 1 technical assistance conference. Email Ahmad McDougle at ahmad.mcdougle@dca.nj.gov or call (609) 292-9539 or email James Lordi at james.lordi@dca.nj.gov or call (609) 633-6046
Lucille Ventres
(609) 633-6062

Voluntary Emergency Services Organizations
Purchase New Equipment, Purchase Used Equipment, Repair Equipment, Purchase New Vehicle, Purchase Used Vehicle, Repair or Refurbish Vehicle, Construct Facilities, Refinance Loan, Other (Explain). Fully and partially volunteer fire companies, first aid squads and rescue squads.
Provides low-interest loans (no grants are available) with a matching requirement to fire departments and ambulance/rescue squads to purchase or refurbish vehicles; purchase equipment; and/or to rehabilitate, construct, expand, or purchase associated structures. One year
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