Community Revitalization


SHRA’s Community Revitalization efforts seek to make strategic investments in neighborhoods throughout the City and County of Sacramento and the partnering jurisdictions of Folsom, Isleton, and Galt.  Investments are designed to create or preserve housing, employment, transportation, health, recreation, and facility opportunities in disadvantaged communities.

SHRA deploys an array of resources and works in partnership with residents, community organizations, businesses, elected officials, and public agencies to identify effective programs and projects that will make impactful improvements to an area based on the particular needs and possibilities available.  Programs and projects are supported through ongoing and one-time funding sources including Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA), Housing Trust Fund (HTF), and the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). SHRA annually reports on its performance in carrying out these programs. These reports can be found on our Transparency Page here under “Federal Entitlement Programs Annual Plans and Reports”.

Below are examples of the types of investments SHRA makes in support of Community Revitalization:


Health

Connectivity

Public Facilities/Civic Amenities

Affordable Housing Preservation

Historic Preservation 

Recreation 


Larger projects are approved by the governing boards throughout the year.  However, for smaller projects community organizations (nonprofits, park districts, water districts, schools, etc.) have the opportunity to apply for funding in support of capital needs for facilities that benefit low- and moderate-income residents through the Small Projects Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA).  To receive notification when a NOFA is released, please send your contact information to ps@shra.org and reference “CDBG NOFA Mailing List”.


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