Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
Guided by the Comprehensive Housing Policy, NOFA promotes mixed-income development projects that directly target funds and incentives towards pre-defined reinvestment strategy areas. This program leverages city-owned land, public/private partnerships and support social impact projects, while following the compliance rules and limitations associated with funding streams.
NOFA offers the flexibility requested from the development community to access gap financing in a timely fashion. The program is designed to evaluate small and large scale projects on a fair and equitable scale allocating federal grants, general obligation bonds and other funding as it becomes available. The NOFA Project Review Calendar aligns with the low-income housing tax credit calendar, where staff will actively work to continue improving service delivery.
NOFA is open to for-profit and non-profit
applicants proposing the development of affordable rental and for-sale housing
developments, including affordable rental housing for individuals and families experiencing
homelessness, that also include a portion of units for persons with special needs.
How to Apply:
For more information please attend a Pre-Submission Meeting held every month on the 3rd Tuesday, or view the most recent Pre-Submission Meeting Presentation from June 15, 2021 and the NOFA Frequently Asked Questions.
DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION
Virtual Pre Submission Meeting:Tuesday, October 19th, 2PM - 4PMMeeting Link - CLICK HERE
Virtual Pre Submission Meeting:
Tuesday, October 19th, 2PM - 4PM
Meeting Link - CLICK HERE
Required Supporting Information:
Please download and complete the below application supporting documents:
City Certified Non-Profits:
The City of Dallas partners with certified Community Housing Development Organizations that are private non-profits with the primary purpose of developing affordable housing for the community it serves.
Follow the link to learn more and how to apply for Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDO).