Homelessness Prevention and Emergency Solutions RFP Application Process
Wanted: Non-profit organizations and/or homeless service providers with a documented track record of providing homelessness services and housing opportunities in Greensboro.
Why: The City of Greensboro has FY 2020-21 federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds, as well as local Nussbaum Housing Partnership (NHP) funds, to address the needs of residents who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness.
1. Emergency Shelter/Homelessness Prevention RFP (CDBG and NHP funds)
2. Rapid Re-Housing RFP (ESG funds)
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Danley by email or at 336-373-7960.
Housing Development RFP
The Neighborhood Development Department typically awards funding for the development of affordable housing through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process and allocates housing resources according to the priorities adopted in Greensboro's Five Year Consolidated Plan and the Connections 2025 Comprehensive Plan.
All proposals are evaluated according to a point ranking system to prioritize projects.
All projects must comply with federal program rules that govern awarded funds, including HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), and all applicable City contracting and development policies.
Tornado Disaster Recovery Program RFP
Wanted: Non-profit organizations with a documented track record of successfully constructing or rehabilitating quality, affordable housing for low- to moderate-income homeowners.
Why: To help homeowners impacted by the April 2018 tornado with the repair or reconstruction of their property and to build new homes in tornado-impacted neighborhoods.
To Apply: Read this Request for Proposals (RFP). In this document is information about what services are needed and what funding is available for the work. Also included in this document is information about what documents to submit to verify your organization's nonprofit status and how to apply.
Proposals will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis from qualified, nonprofit applicants.
Organizations will be subject to the City’s Minority and Women’s Business Enterprise program regulations and construction will be subject to the City’s Housing Rehabilitation Program's Rehabilitation Standards and Rehabilitation Specifications.
If the City uses federal funds for any project, then organizations must also comply with all required federal construction terms and conditions and additional review processes.