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CAPER 2016-2017

If you would like more information on DRAFT 2016-2017 CAPER, please contact Julisa Davila-Ramos by calling 413-886-5197 or by email at jdavila-ramos@springfieldcityhall.com

Para informacion adicional sobre CAPER PRELIMINAR 2016-2017 favor de ponserse en contacto con Julisa Davila-Ramos al 413-886-5197 o por correo electronico al jdavila-ramos@springfieldcityhall.com

 

 

ACTION PLAN 2017-2018

FINAL Action Plan 2017-2018

If you would like more information on the FINAL 2017-2018 Action Plan, please contact Julisa Davila-Ramos by calling 413-886-5197 or by email at jdavila-ramos@springfieldcityhall.com

Para informacion adicional sobre el Plan de Accion FINAL 2017-2018 favor de ponserse en contacto con Julisa Davila-Ramos al 413-886-5197 o por correo electronico al jdavila-ramos@springfieldcityhall.com

DRAFT Action Plan 2017-2018

If you would like more information on DRAFT 2017-2018 Action Plan, please contact Julisa Davila-Ramos by calling 413-886-5197 or by email at jdavila-ramos@springfieldcityhall.com

Para informacion adicional sobre el Plan de Accion PRELIMINAR 2017-2018 favor de ponserse en contacto con Julisa Davila-Ramos al 413-886-5197 o por correo electronico al jdavila-ramos@springfieldcityhall.com

Executive Summary (English)

Executive Summary (Spanish)

 

AP DRAFT Legal Notice - English

AP DRAFT Legal Notice - Spanish

AP DRAFT flyer - English

AP DRAFT flyer - Spanish

RFP Legal Notice - English

RFP Legal Notice - Spanish

RFP Flyer - English

RFP Flyer - Spanish

AP Legal Notice - English

AP Legal Notice - Spanish

Click here to view RFP Questions & Answers

*** For questions, please contact Lori Santaniello at 750-2241

REHABILITATION FOR NONPROFITS PROGRAM - ROUND TWO

**Please note, documents that are not found on the Office of Community Development's website can be requested by calling Lori Santaniello at (413) 750-2241.  Please allow 24 hours to be picked up.








About Community Development

The Community Development Department receives federal funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and redistributes them to local agencies which provide a variety of services (e.g., senior centers, after-school day care, homeless programs) to low and moderate income people. Those with an interest in these programs may take part in citizen-participation hearings that are held two or three times a year and advertised in the Springfield newspapers.

Information on the obtaining of community development funds is contained in legal notices in the Springfield newspapers.



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