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FY 2001 SuperNOFA

Billing Code 4210-32P


[Docket No. FR-4630-N-01]

Super Notice of Funding Availability (SuperNOFA) for HUD's

Housing, Community Development and Empowerment Programs

and Section 8 Housing Voucher Assistance

for Fiscal Year 2001

AGENCY: Office of the Secretary, HUD.

ACTION: Super Notice of Funding Availability (SuperNOFA) for HUD Grant Programs.

SUMMARY: This Fiscal Year 2001 Super Notice of Funding Availability (SuperNOFA) announces the availability of approximately $2.75 billion in HUD program funds covering 45 grant categories within programs operated and administered by HUD offices and Section 8 housing voucher assistance.

The General Section of this SuperNOFA provides the application procedures and requirements that are applicable to all the programs in this SuperNOFA. The Programs Section of this SuperNOFA provides a description of the specific programs for which funding is made available and describes any additional procedures and requirements that are applicable to a specific program. Please be sure you read both the General Section and the Program Section of this SuperNOFA to ensure you respond to all the requirements for funding.

APPLICATION DUE DATES: The information in this "APPLICATION DUE DATES" section applies to all programs that are part of this SuperNOFA. You, the applicant, must submit a completed application to HUD no later than the application due date established for the program for which you are seeking funding. HUD will not accept for review and evaluation any applications sent by facsimile (fax).


Addresses. You, the applicant, must submit a complete application to the location identified in the Programs Section of this SuperNOFA. When submitting your application, please refer to the name of the program for which you are seeking funding.

For Applications to HUD Headquarters. If your application is due to HUD Headquarters, you must send the application to the following address: Department of Housing and Urban Development, 451 Seventh Street, SW, Washington, DC 20410 (see the Program Chart or Programs Section for Room location and additional information regarding the addresses for application submission). Please make sure that you note the room number. The correct room number is very important to ensure that your application is not misdirected.

For Applications to HUD Field Offices. If your application is required to be submitted to a HUD Field Office, please see the Programs Section for the exact office location for submission of your application.

Applications Submission Procedures. Mailed Applications. Your application will be considered timely filed if your application is postmarked on or before 12:00 midnight on the application due date and received by the designated HUD Office on or within ten (10) days of the application due date.

Applications Sent by Overnight/Express Mail Delivery. If your application is sent by overnight delivery or express mail, your application will be timely filed if it is received before or on the application due date, or when you submit documentary evidence that your application was placed in transit with the overnight delivery/express mail service by no later than the application due date.

Hand Carried Applications. Hand-carried to HUD Headquarters. If your application is required to be submitted to HUD Headquarters, and you arrange for the application to be hand carried, hand carried applications delivered before and on the application due date must be brought to the specified location at HUD Headquarters and room number between the hours of 8:45 am to 5:15 pm, Eastern time. Applications hand carried on the application due date will be accepted in the South Lobby of the HUD Headquarters Building at the above address from 5:15 pm until 12:00 midnight, Eastern time. This deadline date is firm. Please make appropriate arrangements to arrive at the HUD Headquarters Building before 12:00 midnight, Eastern time, on the application due date.

Hand-carried to HUD Field Office. If your application is required to be submitted to a HUD Field Office, your application must be delivered to the appropriate HUD Field Office in accordance with the instructions specified in the Programs Section of the SuperNOFA. A hand carried application will be accepted at the specified HUD Field Office during normal business hours before the application due date. On the application due date, business hours will be extended to 6:00 pm, local time. (Appendix A-1 to this General Section of the SuperNOFA lists the HUD Field Offices. Please call to find out the hours of operation.) Please be sure to arrive at the HUD Field Office with adequate time to submit the application before the 6:00 pm deadline on the application due date.

Copies of Applications to HUD Offices. The Programs Section of this SuperNOFA may specify that to facilitate the processing and review of your application, a copy of the application also must be sent to an additional HUD location (for example, a copy to the HUD Field Office if the original application is to be submitted to HUD Headquarters, or a copy to HUD Headquarters, if the original application is to be submitted to a HUD Field Office). Please follow the directions of the Programs Section to ensure that you submit your application to the proper location. For some programs, HUD requests additional copies in order to expeditiously review your application, and to ensure that all reviewers receive complete applications to review. HUD appreciates your assistance in providing the copies. Please note that for those applications for which copies are to be submitted to the Field Offices and HUD Headquarters, timeliness of submission will be based on the time your application is received at HUD Headquarters.

FOR APPLICATION KITS, FURTHER INFORMATION AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: The information in this section is applicable to all programs that are part of this SuperNOFA. This section describes how you may obtain application kits, further information about the SuperNOFA and technical assistance. A guidebook to HUD programs, titled "Connecting with Communities: A User's Guide to the HUD Programs and the 2001 SuperNOFA process" is available from the SuperNOFA Information Center and the HUD website at www.hud.gov/grants. This guidebook provides a brief description of all of HUD's programs, a description of the SuperNOFA programs, and eligible applicants for these programs, and examples of how programs can work in combination to serve local community needs. The main sources for obtaining this information are:

The SuperNOFA Information Center, which you may reach by calling 1-800-HUD-8929 or the Center's TTY number at 1-800-HUD-2209; and

HUD's web site on the Internet at http://www.hud.gov/grants.

For Application Kits and SuperNOFA User Guide. HUD is pleased to provide you with the FY 2001 application kits and/or a guidebook to all HUD programs that are part of this SuperNOFA. For some announcements of funding availability in this SuperNOFA, the process for applying for funds is so simple no application kit is required. Where this is the case, the program section for that funding will note that there is no application kit. The application kits are designed to guide you through the application process and ensure that your application addresses all requirements for the program funding you are seeking. Please note that if there is a discrepancy between information provided in the application kit and the information provided in the published SuperNOFA, the information in the published SuperNOFA prevails. Therefore, please be sure to review your application submission against the requirements in the SuperNOFA.

You may request general information and application kits from the SuperNOFA Information Center. When requesting an application kit from the SuperNOFA Information Center, please refer to the name of the program of the application kit you are interested in receiving. Please be sure to provide your name, address (including zip code), and telephone number (including area code). To ensure sufficient time to prepare your application, requests for application kits can be made immediately following publication of the SuperNOFA. The SuperNOFA Information Center opens for business simultaneously with the publication of the SuperNOFA.

The SuperNOFA Information Center (1-800-HUD-8929) can provide you with assistance, application kits, and guidance in determining which HUD Office(s) should receive a copy of your application. Persons with hearing or speech impairments may call the Center's TTY number at 1-800-HUD-2209. Additionally, you can obtain information on this SuperNOFA and application kits for this SuperNOFA through the HUD web site on the Internet at http://www.hud.gov/grants.

Consolidated Application Submissions. If you, the applicant, would like to apply for funding under more than one program in this SuperNOFA, you need only submit one originally signed SF-424 and one set of original signatures for the other standard assurances and certifications, accompanied by the matrix that is provided in each application kit. As long as you submit one originally signed set of these documents with an application, you need only submit copies of these documents with any additional application you submit. Your application should identify the program for which you have submitted the original signatures for the standard assurances and certifications. Additionally, the Programs Section may specify additional forms, certifications, assurances, or other information that may be required for a particular program in this SuperNOFA.

For Further Information. For answers to your questions about this SuperNOFA, you have several options. You may call, during business hours, the SuperNOFA Information Center at 1-800-HUD-8929, or you may contact the HUD Office or Processing Center serving your area at the telephone number listed in the application kit for the program in which you are interested. If you are a person with a hearing or speech impairment you may call the Center's TTY number at 1-800-HUD-2209. You may also obtain information on this SuperNOFA and application kits for this SuperNOFA through the HUD web site on the Internet at http://www.hud.gov/grants.

For Technical Assistance. Before the application due date, HUD staff will be available to provide you with general guidance and technical assistance about this SuperNOFA. HUD staff, however, are not permitted to assist in preparing your application. Following selection of applicants, but before awards are made, HUD staff are available to assist in clarifying or confirming information that is a prerequisite to the offer of an award or Annual Contributions Contract (ACC) by HUD.

Satellite Broadcasts. HUD will hold information broadcasts via satellite for potential applicants to learn more about the programs in this SuperNOFA and preparation of the applications. For more information about the date and time of the broadcast, you should consult the HUD web site at http://www.hud.gov/grants.

For Federal Grant Information. The Federal Financial Assistance Management Improvement Act of 1999 (Pub.L. 106-107) directs each Federal agency to develop and implement a plan that, among other things, streamlines and simplifies the application, administrative and reporting procedures for Federal financial assistance programs administered by the agency. This law also requires the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to direct, coordinate, and assist Federal agencies in establishing: (1) a common application and reporting system; and (2) an interagency process for addressing ways to streamline and simplify Federal financial assistance application and administrative procedures and reporting requirements for program applicants.

This law also requires OMB to consult with the grantee community as it works with the Federal agencies to develop and implement the course of action that would be undertaken by the Federal agencies to establish an electronic site for accessing grant information and applications. Over the last few months, OMB has been conducting outreach sessions informing you of the goals of this new law and seeking your input as the Federal agencies work together to achieve implementation.

HUD has been an active member in the Federal agency working groups and has established a common website where you can find information about all the grant programs within HUD. You can access this site from our homepage at www.hud.gov/grants and checking on grant program inventory by clicking on Grants Management or directly at www.hud.gov/adm/dgms. This site will be linked with other Federal agencies as the grants common website develops. If you are interested in finding out more about the "Federal Commons" and the work being done by other agencies, please visit the Inter-Agency Electronic Grants Committee (IAEGC) website at www.fedcommons.gov.




This year marks the fourth year that HUD is issuing a SuperNOFA for almost all of its competitive grant programs, and additional programs have been added as noted below. The SuperNOFA approach, in which the great majority of HUD's competitive funds are announced in one document, is designed to simplify the application process, bring consistency and uniformity to the application and selection process, and accelerate the availability of funding. Equally important, the SuperNOFA approach is designed to increase the ability of applicants to consider and apply for funding under a wide variety of HUD programs. The SuperNOFA provides a "menu" of HUD competitive programs. From this menu, communities will be made aware of funding available for their jurisdictions. Nonprofits, public housing agencies, local and State governments, tribal governments and tribally designated housing entities, veterans service organizations, faith-based organizations and others will be able to identify the programs for which they are eligible for funding.

The most creative and novel element of the SuperNOFA is that it places heavy emphasis on the coordination of activities assisted by HUD funds to provide (1) greater flexibility and responsiveness by potential grantees in meeting local housing and community development needs, and (2) greater flexibility for eligible applicants to determine what HUD program resources best fit the community's needs. The SuperNOFA's promotion of coordination and comprehensive planning of HUD assistance reduces duplication in the delivery of services by organizations and communities, and allows for delivery of a wider more integrated array of services, thereby resulting in more efficient use of HUD funds to more effectively serve a greater number of those most in need of HUD assistance.

Changes Made in the SuperNOFA Process for FY 2001

The FY 2001 SuperNOFA includes more grant assistance funding than in previous years and therefore further increases the ability of applicants to consider and apply for funding under a wide variety of HUD programs. Funding availability announcements that are being added to the Fiscal Year 2001 SuperNOFA are the following:

! Assisted Living Conversion Program (ALCP) for Eligible Multifamily Projects

! Community Development Block Grants for Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages

! Early Doctoral Research Program

! Doctoral Research Program

! HUD Urban Scholars Fellowship Program (a post doctoral program)

! Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program Coordinators Program

! Healthy Homes Demonstration and Education Program (replacing the Healthy Homes Initiative Program of Fiscal Year 2000)

! Healthy Homes Research Program (replacing the program for Research to Improve the Evaluation and Control of Residential Lead-Based Paint)

! Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program

! Service Coordinators in Multifamily Housing

With respect to the program NOFA for the Community Development Block Grants for Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages (ICDBG), a rule that amends the regulations for this program was published on January 17, 2001 (66 FR 4578) and takes effect on April 16, 2001.

Funding availability announcements that were part of the Fiscal Year 2000 SuperNOFA but for which there will be no funding availability announcements in FY 2001 are the following:

! Public Housing Drug Elimination Technical Assistance for Safety and Security

! Outreach and Assistance Training Grants

Organization of the SuperNOFA

The SuperNOFA is divided into two major sections. The General Section of the SuperNOFA describes the procedures and requirements applicable to all applications. The Programs Section of the SuperNOFA describes each program that is part of this SuperNOFA. For each program, the Programs Section describes the eligible applicants, eligible activities, factors for award, and any additional requirements or limitations that apply to the program.

Please read carefully both the General Section and the Programs Section of the SuperNOFA for the program(s) for which you are applying. Your careful reading will ensure that you apply for program funding for which your organization is eligible to receive funds and that you fulfill all the requirements for that program(s).

As part of the simplification of this funding process, and to avoid duplication of effort, the SuperNOFA provides for consolidated applications for several of the programs that are part of this SuperNOFA. HUD programs that provide assistance for, or complement, similar activities (for example, the Continuum of Care programs and CPD Technical Assistance programs) have a consolidated application that reduces the administrative and paperwork burden applicants would otherwise encounter in submitting a separate application for each program. The Program Chart in this introductory section of the SuperNOFA identifies the programs that have been consolidated and for which a consolidated application is made available to eligible applicants.

As we did in last year's SuperNOFA, HUD is providing copies of the application forms in this publication. The standard forms, certifications and assurances applicable to all programs, or the great majority of programs, in the SuperNOFA follow the General Section as Appendix B. The forms and any additional certifications and assurances that are unique to the individual program will follow that program section of the SuperNOFA.

The specific statutory and regulatory requirements of the programs that are part of this SuperNOFA continue to apply to each program. The SuperNOFA will identify, where necessary, the statutory requirements and differences applicable to the specific programs. Please pay careful attention to the individual program requirements that are identified for each program. Note that not all applicants are eligible to receive assistance under all programs identified in this SuperNOFA.


The programs that are part of this SuperNOFA are identified in the chart below. The approximate available funds for each program are based on appropriated funds, and for some programs, the available funding includes funds already recaptured. In the event (1) HUD recaptures funds (either for programs for which funding already reflects recaptured funds or other programs for which funding does not reflect recaptured funds), or (2) other funds become available for any program, HUD reserves the right to increase the available funding amount for a program by the additional amounts that become available.

The chart also includes the application due date for each program, the OMB approval number for the information collection requirements contained in the specific program, and the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) number.


Paperwork Reduction Act Statement. The information collection requirements in this SuperNOFA have been approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3501-3520). The chart shown above provides the OMB approval number for each program that is part of this SuperNOFA. Where the chart notes that an OMB number is pending, this means that HUD has submitted the information to OMB to obtain an approval number and HUD's request for the number is pending. As soon as HUD receives the approval number, the number will be published in the Federal Register and provided to the SuperNOFA Information Center. Under the Paperwork Reduction Act, an agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless the collection displays a valid control number.


I. Authority; Purposes of the FY 2001 SuperNOFA; Funding Amount; Eligible Applicants and Eligible Activities

(A) Authority. HUD's authority for making funding under this SuperNOFA is the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 2001 (Pub.L. 106-377, approved October 27, 2000) (FY 2001 HUD Appropriations Act). Generally, the authority is not repeated in the individual program sections of this SuperNOFA. The authority provision of the program sections identify additional laws and regulations that authorize the requirements listed for the funding competitions that make up this SuperNOFA.

(B) Purposes. The purposes of this SuperNOFA are to:

(1) Make funding available to empower communities and residents. The funding made available by this SuperNOFA will assist community leaders and residents, particularly low- and moderate-income residents, in using HUD funds to develop viable communities and provide decent housing for all citizens, without discrimination.

(2) Simplify the application process for funding under HUD programs. For the majority of funding that is part of this year's SuperNOFA, the SuperNOFA continues to provide a single, uniform set of rating factors and submission requirements. This year's SuperNOFA also allows, as did last year's, for you, the applicant, to apply for more than one program with a single application. This year's SuperNOFA also includes funding for the Housing Choice Voucher Program that is available on a first come, first serve basis.

(3) Promote comprehensive approaches to housing and community development. Through the SuperNOFA process, HUD encourages you, the applicant, to focus on the interrelationships that exist in a community and in HUD's funding programs, and to build community-wide efforts that coordinate the resources of multiple applicants and programs. To successfully address community needs and solve community problems, and to take advantage of existing resources, HUD encourages members of a community to join together and pool all available resources in a common, coordinated effort. By making all of HUD's competitive funding available in one document, HUD allows you, the applicant, to be able to relate the activities proposed for funding under this SuperNOFA to the community's Consolidated Plan and Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice.

(C) Funding Available. As noted in the Introduction Section to the SuperNOFA, the HUD programs that are part of this SuperNOFA are allocated amounts based on appropriated funds. If HUD recaptures funds in any program, HUD reserves the right to increase the available funding amounts by the amount of funds recaptured.

(D) Restrictions on the Use of HUD Funds in Support of the Sale of Tobacco Products. Section 211 of the FY 2001 HUD Appropriations Act requires that funds appropriated to HUD may not be used to construct, operate, or otherwise benefit a facility or facilities with a designated portion of that facility which sells or intends to sell predominantly cigarettes or other tobacco products. The Act defines the predominant sale of cigarettes or other tobacco products to mean sales representing more than 35 percent of the annual total in-store, non-fuel sales.

(E) Eligible Applicants and Eligible Activities. The Programs Section of the SuperNOFA describes the eligible applicants and eligible activities for each program.

II. Requirements and Procedures Applicable to All Programs

Except as may be modified in the Programs Section of this SuperNOFA, or as noted within the specific provisions of this Section II, the requirements, procedures and principles listed below apply to all programs that are part of this SuperNOFA. Please be sure to read the Programs Section of the SuperNOFA for additional requirements or information.

(A) Statutory Requirements. To be eligible for funding under this SuperNOFA, you, the applicant, must meet all statutory and regulatory requirements applicable to the program or programs for which you are seeking funding. If you need copies of the program regulations, they are available from the SuperNOFA Information Center or through the Internet at the HUD web site located at http://www.hud.gov. Among the reasons that HUD may find an application ineligible to receive further funding consideration is if the activities or projects proposed in the application are not eligible activities and projects. In addition (with the exception of the Section 202 and Section 811 programs) HUD may eliminate the ineligible activities from funding consideration and reduce the grant amount accordingly.

(B) Threshold Requirements. (1) Compliance with Fair Housing and Civil Rights Laws. With the exception of Federally recognized Indian tribes and their instrumentalities, all applicants and their subrecipients must comply with all Fair Housing and civil rights laws, statutes, regulations and executive orders as enumerated in 24 CFR 5.105(a). If you are a Federally recognized Indian tribe, you must comply with the nondiscrimination provisions enumerated at 24 CFR 1000.12.

If you, the applicant --

(a) Have been charged with a systemic violation of the Fair Housing Act by the Secretary alleging ongoing discrimination;

(b) Are a defendant in a Fair Housing Act lawsuit filed by the Department of Justice alleging an ongoing pattern or practice of discrimination; or

(c) Have received a letter of noncompliance findings under Title VI, Section 504, or Section 109, --

HUD will not rate and rank your application under this SuperNOFA if the charge, lawsuit, or letter of findings has not been resolved to the satisfaction of the Department before the application deadline stated in the individual program NOFA. HUD's decision regarding whether a charge, lawsuit, or a letter of findings has been satisfactorily resolved will be based upon whether appropriate actions have been taken to address allegations of ongoing discrimination in the policies or practices involved in the charge, lawsuit, or letter of findings.

(2) Other Threshold Requirements. The program section for the funding for which you are applying may specify other threshold requirements. Additional threshold requirements may be identified in the discussion of "eligibility" requirements in the program section.

(C) Additional Nondiscrimination Requirements. You, the applicant and your subrecipients, must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 1201 et seq.), and Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 (20 U.S.C. 1681 et seq).

(D) Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing. Unless otherwise specified in the Programs Section of this SuperNOFA, if you are a successful applicant, you will have a duty to affirmatively further fair housing. Again, except as may be provided otherwise in the Programs Section of this SuperNOFA, you, the applicant, should include in your application or work plan the specific steps that you will take to:

(1) Address the elimination of impediments to fair housing that were identified in the jurisdiction's Analysis of Impediments (AI) to Fair Housing Choice;

(2) Remedy discrimination in housing; or

(3) Promote fair housing rights and fair housing choice.

Further, you, the applicant, have a duty to carry out the specific activities provided in your responses to the SuperNOFA rating factors that address affirmatively furthering fair housing. Please see the Programs Section of this SuperNOFA for further information.

(E) Economic Opportunities for Low and Very Low-Income Persons (Section 3). Certain programs in this SuperNOFA require recipients of assistance to comply with section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, 12 U.S.C. 1701u (Economic Opportunities for Low and Very Low-Income Persons in Connection with assisted Projects) and the HUD regulations at 24 CFR part 135, including the reporting requirements subpart E of this part. Section 3 requires recipients to ensure that, to the greatest extent feasible, training, employment and other economic opportunities will be directed to (1) low and very low income persons, particularly those who are recipients of government assistance for housing and (2) business concerns which provide economic opportunities to low- and very low-income persons. As noted in the Programs Section of this SuperNOFA, Section 3 is applicable to the following programs:

! Community Development Block Grant Program for Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Villages;

! Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU);

! Hispanic-Serving Institutions Assisting Communities (HSIAC);

! Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian Institutions Assisting Communities (AN/NHIAC)

! Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control;

! Healthy Homes Demonstration and Education Program;

! Healthy Homes Research Program;

! HOPE VI Public Housing Revitalization and Demolition;

! Indian Housing Drug Elimination Program;

! Public Housing Drug Elimination Program - New Approach Anti-Drug Program

! Resident Opportunities and Self-Sufficiency Program

! Economic Development Initiative (EDI);

! Brownfields Economic Development Initiative (BEDI);

! Self-Help Homeownership Opportunity Program (SHOP);

! Youthbuild Program;

! Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs;

! Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA);

! Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly Program;

! Assisted Living Conversion Program;

! Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities Program;

(F) Relocation. Any person (including individuals, partnerships, corporations or associations) who moves from real property or moves personal property from real property directly (1) because of a written notice to acquire real property in whole or in part, or (2) because of the acquisition of the real property, in whole or in part, for a HUD-assisted activity is covered by Federal relocation statute and regulations. Specifically, this type of move is covered by the acquisition policies and procedures and the relocation requirements of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, as amended (URA), and the implementing governmentwide regulation at 49 CFR part 24. The relocation requirements of the URA and the governmentwide regulations cover any person who moves permanently from real property or moves personal property from real property directly because of acquisition, rehabilitation or demolition for an activity undertaken with HUD assistance.

(G) Forms, Certifications and Assurances. You, the applicant, are required to submit signed copies of the standard forms, certifications, and assurances listed in this section, unless the requirements in the Programs Section specify otherwise. Also, the Programs Section may specify additional forms, certifications, assurances or other information that may be required for a particular program in this SuperNOFA.

As part of HUD's continuing efforts to improve the SuperNOFA process, several of the required standard forms have been simplified this year. The standard forms, certifications, and assurances are as follows:

! Standard Form for Application for Federal Assistance (SF-424) (which includes civil rights/fair housing certification);

! Federal Assistance Funding Matrix and Certifications, HUD-424M;

! Standard Form for Budget Information--Non-Construction Programs (SF-424A) or

! Standard Form for Budget Information-Construction Programs (SF­424C), as applicable; ! Standard Form for Assurances--Non-Construction Programs (SF-424B) or

! Standard Form for Assurances--Construction Programs (SF-424D), as applicable;

Drug-Free Workplace Certification (HUD-50070);

! Certification of Payments to Influence Federal Transaction (HUD-50071) and if engaged in lobbying, the Disclosure Form Regarding Lobbying (SF-LLL); (Tribes and tribally designated housing entities (TDHEs) established by an Indian tribe as a result of the exercise of the tribe's sovereign power are not required to submit this certification. Tribes and TDHEs established under State law are required to submit this certification.)

! Applicant/Recipient Disclosure/Update Report (HUD-2880);

! Certification Regarding Debarment and Suspension (HUD-2992). This is the certification required by 24 CFR 24.510. (The provisions of 24 CFR part 24 apply to the employment, engagement of services, awarding of contracts, subgrants, or funding of any recipients, or contractors or subcontractors, during any period of debarment, suspension, or placement in ineligibility status, and a certification is required.);

! Certification of Consistency with EZ/EC Strategic Plan (HUD-2990);

! Certification of Consistency with the Consolidated Plan (HUD-2991) if applicable;

! Acknowledgment of Application Receipt (HUD-2993);

Copies of these standard forms follow this General Section of the SuperNOFA. Copies of forms that are particular to an individual program, follow the funding information for that program.

Also included in the Appendix B to the General Section is the Funding Application for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program (HUD 52515). Note that Forms SF-424A and SF-424C ask for information which is similar to the same information that is required by form HUD 4123-Cost Summary which is listed as a required form under the ICDBG program section of this SuperNOFA and which is a required application for that program. Also note that there are assurances separate from SF-424B and 424D for the ICDBG program which are specific to that program.

(H) OMB Circulars and Governmentwide Regulations Applicable to Grant Programs. Certain OMB circulars also apply to programs in this SuperNOFA. The policies, guidance, and requirements of: OMB Circular No. A-87 (Cost Principles Applicable to Grants, Contracts and Other Agreements with State and Local Governments); OMB Circular A-21 (Cost Principles for Education Institutions) OMB Circular No. A-122 (Cost Principles for Nonprofit Organizations); OMB Circular A-133 (Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations); and the regulations in 24 CFR part 84 (Grants and Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and other Non-Profit Organizations) and 24 CFR part 85 (Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State, Local, and Federally recognized Indian tribal governments) -- may apply to the award, acceptance and use of assistance under the programs of this SuperNOFA, and to the remedies for noncompliance, except when inconsistent with the provisions of the FY 2001 HUD Appropriations Act, other Federal statutes or the provisions of this SuperNOFA. Compliance with additional OMB Circulars or governmentwide regulations may be specified for a particular program in the Programs Section of the SuperNOFA. Copies of the OMB Circulars may be obtained from EOP Publications, Room 2200, New Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 10503, telephone (202) 395-7332 (this is not a toll free number) or from the website at http://whitehouse.gov/wh/eop/omb/html/circulars.

(I) Environmental Requirements. If you become a grantee under one of the programs in this SuperNOFA that assist physical development activities or property acquisition, you are generally prohibited from acquiring, rehabilitating, converting, leasing, repairing or constructing property, or committing or expending HUD or non­HUD funds for these types of program activities, until one of the following has occurred:

(1) HUD has completed an environmental review in accordance with 24 CFR part 50; or

(2) For programs subject to 24 CFR part 58, HUD has approved a grantee's Request for Release of Funds (HUD Form 7015.15) following a Responsible Entity's completion of an environmental review.

You, the applicant, should consult the Programs Section of the SuperNOFA for the applicable program to determine the procedures for, timing of, and any exclusions from environmental review under a particular program. For applicants applying for funding under the Sections 202 or 811 Programs, please note the environmental review requirements for these programs.

(J) Conflicts of Interest. If you are a consultant or expert who is assisting HUD in rating and ranking applicants for funding under this SuperNOFA, you are subject to 18 U.S.C. 208, the Federal criminal conflict of interest statute, and the Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch regulation published at 5 CFR part 2635. As a result, if you have assisted or plan to assist applicants with preparing applications for this SuperNOFA, you may not serve on a selection panel and you may not serve as a technical advisor to HUD for this SuperNOFA. All individuals involved in rating and ranking this SuperNOFA, including experts and consultants, must avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance of conflicts. Individuals involved in the rating and ranking of applications must disclose to HUD's General Counsel or HUD's Ethics Law Division the following information if applicable: how the selection or non-selection of any applicant under this SuperNOFA will affect the individual's financial interests, as provided in 18 U.S.C. 208; or how the application process involves a party with whom the individual has a covered relationship under 5 CFR 2635.502. The individual must disclose this information prior to participating in any matter regarding this SuperNOFA. If you have questions regarding these provisions or if you have questions concerning a conflict of interest, you may call the Office of General Counsel, Ethics Law Division, at 202-708-3815 and ask to speak to one of HUD's attorneys in this division.

(K) Accessible Technology. The Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998 apply to all electronic information technology (EIT) used by a grantee for transmitting, receiving, using, or storing information to carry out the responsibilities of any federal grant awarded. It includes, but is not limited to, computers (hardware, software, wordprocessing, email and web pages) facsimile machines, copiers and telephones. Recipients of HUD funds when developing, procuring, maintaining or using EIT must ensure that the EIT allows (1) employees with disabilities to have access to and use information and data that is comparable to the access and use of data by employees who do not have disabilities; and (2) members of the public with disabilities seeking information or service from a grantee must have access to and use of information and data and comparable to the access and use of data by members of the public who do not have disabilities. If these standards impose on a funding recipient, they may provide an alternative means to allow the individual to use the information and data. However, no grantee will be required to provide information services to a person with disabilities at any location other than the location at which the information services is generally provided.

III. Application Selection Process

(A) Rating Panels. To review and rate your applications, HUD may establish panels. These panels may include persons not currently employed by HUD. HUD may include these non-HUD employees to obtain certain expertise and outside points of view, including views from other Federal agencies.

(1) Rating. HUD will evaluate and rate all applications for funding that meet the threshold requirements and rating factors for award described in this SuperNOFA. The rating of you, as the "applicant," or of your organization, "the applicant's organization and staff," for technical merit or threshold compliance will include any sub-contractors, consultants, sub-recipients, and members of consortia which are firmly committed to the project.

(2) Ranking. HUD will rank applicants within each program (or, for Continuum of Care applicants, across the three programs identified in the Continuum of Care section of this SuperNOFA). HUD will rank applicants only against other applicants that applied for the same program funding. Where there are set-asides within a program competition, you, the applicant, will compete against only those applicants in the same set-aside competition.

(B) Threshold Requirements. HUD will review your application to determine whether it meets all of the threshold requirements described in Section II(B), above. Only if your application meets all of the threshold requirements will it be eligible to be rated and ranked.

(C) Factors For Award Used To Evaluate and Rate Applications. For each program that is part of this SuperNOFA, the points awarded for the rating factors total 100. Depending upon the program for which you the applicant seek funding, the program may provide for up to four bonus points as provided in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this Section III(C).

(1) Bonus Points. The SuperNOFA provides for the award of up to two bonus points for eligible activities/projects that the applicant proposes to be located in federally designated Empowerment Zones (EZs), Enterprise Communities (ECs), Urban Enhanced Enterprise Communities (EECs), or Strategic Planning Communities and serve the residents of these federally designated areas, and are certified to be consistent with the strategic plan of these federally designated areas. (For ease of reference in the SuperNOFA, these federally designated areas are collectively referred to as "EZs/ECs" and residents of these federally designated areas as EZ/EC residents.) The individual funding announcement will indicate if the bonus points are available for that funding. The application kit contains a certification which must be completed for the applicant to be considered for EZ/EC bonus points. A list of EZs, ECs, EECs and Strategic Planning Communities is attached to this General Section of the SuperNOFA as Appendix A-2 and is also available from the SuperNOFA Information Center, through the HUD web site at http://www.hud.gov/grants.

In the BEDI competition, two bonus points are available for federally designated Brownfields Show Case Communities. (Please see BEDI section of this SuperNOFA for additional information). A listing of the federally designated EZs, ECs, and Enhanced ECs and Brownfields Showcase Communities is available from the SuperNOFA Information Center, or through the HUD web site on the Internet at http://www.hud.gov/grants.

(2) Court-Ordered Consideration. For any application submitted by the City of Dallas, Texas, for funds under this SuperNOFA for which the City of Dallas is eligible to apply, HUD will consider the extent to which the strategies or plans in the city's application or applications will be used to eradicate the vestiges of racial segregation in the Dallas Housing Authority's low income housing programs. The City of Dallas should address the effect, if any, that vestiges of racial segregation in Dallas Housing Authority's low income housing programs have on potential participants in the programs covered by this NOFA, and identify proposed actions for remedying those vestiges. HUD may add up to 2 points to the score based on this consideration. This special consideration results from an order of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas, Division. (This Section III(C)(2) is limited to applications submitted by the City of Dallas.)

(3) The Five Standard Rating Factors. The majority of programs in this SuperNOFA use the five rating factors described below. Additional details about the five rating factors listed below, and the maximum points for each factor, are provided in the Programs Section of the SuperNOFA. You, the applicant, should carefully read the factors for award as described in the Programs Section of the SuperNOFA. HUD has established these five factors as the basic factors for award in every program that is part of this SuperNOFA. For a specific HUD program, however, HUD may have modified these factors to take into account specific program needs, or statutory or regulatory limitations imposed on a program. The standard factors for award, except as modified in the program area section are:

Factor 1: Capacity of the Applicant and Relevant Organizational Staff

Factor 2: Need/Extent of the Problem

Factor 3: Soundness of Approach

Factor 4: Leveraging Resources

Factor 5: Comprehensiveness and Coordination

The Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs have only two factors that receive points: Need and Continuum of Care.

(D) Negotiation. After HUD has rated and ranked all applications and has made selections, HUD may require, depending upon the program, that all winners participate in negotiations to determine the specific terms of the grant agreement and budget. In cases where HUD cannot successfully conclude negotiations with a selected applicant or a selected applicant fails to provide HUD with requested information, an award will not be made to that applicant. In this instance, HUD may offer an award to the next highest ranking applicant, and proceed with negotiations with the next highest ranking applicant.

(E) Adjustments to Funding.

(1) HUD reserves the right to fund less than the full amount requested in your application to ensure the fair distribution of the funds and to ensure that the purposes of a specific program are met.

(2) HUD will not fund any portion of your application that is not eligible for funding under specific program statutory or regulatory requirements; which does not meet the requirements of this SuperNOFA or which may be duplicative of other funded programs or activities from previous years' awards or other selected applicants. Only the eligible portions of your application (including non-duplicative portions) may be funded.

(3) If funds remain after funding the highest ranking applications, HUD may fund all or part of the next highest ranking application in a given program. If you, the applicant, turn down the award offer, HUD will make the same determination for the next highest ranking application. If funds remain after all selections have been made, remaining funds may be available for other competitions for each program where there is a balance of funds.

(4) In the event HUD commits an error that, when corrected, would result in selection of an otherwise eligible applicant during the funding round of this SuperNOFA, HUD may select that applicant when sufficient funds become available.

(F) Performance and Compliance Actions of Grantees. HUD will measure and address the performance and compliance actions of grantees in accordance with the applicable standards and sanctions of their respective programs.

IV. Application Submission Requirements

As discussed in the Introduction Section of this SuperNOFA, part of the simplification of this funding process is to reduce the duplication of effort that has been required of applicants in the past. Before the SuperNOFA process, many of HUD's applicants were required to complete and submit similar applications for HUD funded programs. As the Program Chart above shows, the FY 2001 SuperNOFA provides, as did the previous SuperNOFAs, for consolidated applications for several of the programs for which funding is available under this SuperNOFA.

V. Corrections to Deficient Applications

After the application due date, HUD may not, consistent with its regulations in 24 CFR part 4, subpart B, consider any unsolicited information you, the applicant, may want to provide. HUD may contact you, however, to clarify an item in your application or to correct technical deficiencies. You should note, however, that HUD may not seek clarification of items or responses that improve the substantive quality of your response to any rating factors. In order not to unreasonably exclude applications from being rated and ranked, HUD may, however, contact applicants to ensure proper completion of the application and will do so on a uniform basis for all applicants. Examples of curable (correctable) technical deficiencies include your failure to submit the proper certifications or your failure to submit an application that contains an original signature by an authorized official. In each case, HUD will notify you in writing by describing the clarification or technical deficiency. HUD will notify applicants by facsimile or by return receipt requested. You must submit clarifications or corrections of technical deficiencies in accordance with the information provided by HUD within 14 calendar days of the date of receipt of the HUD notification. (If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or Federal holiday, your correction must be received by HUD on the next day that is not a Saturday, Sunday, or Federal holiday.) If your deficiency is not corrected within this time period, HUD will reject your application as incomplete, and it will not be considered for funding. (Note that the Sections 202 and 811 Programs provide for appeal of rejection of an application on technical deficiency. Please see the Programs Sections for these programs for additional information and instructions.)

VI. Promoting Comprehensive Approaches to Housing and Community Development

(A) General. HUD believes the best approach for addressing community problems is through a community-based process that provides a comprehensive response to identified needs. This Section VI of the General Section of the SuperNOFA describes important initiatives that applicants should be aware of.

(B) Linking Program Activities With AmeriCorps. You are encouraged to link your proposed activities with AmeriCorps, a national service program engaging thousands of Americans on a full or part-time basis to help communities address their toughest challenges, while earning support for college, graduate school, or job training. For information about AmeriCorps, call the Corporation for National Service at (202) 606-5000, or visit the Americorps website at www.cns.gov/americorps.

(C) Linking Program Activities with USDA. In this year's SuperNOFA, HUD is working with the Department of Agriculture (USDA) to provide technical assistance to public housing authorities to develop a natural resource stewardship program to enhance the natural environment through activities such as tree planting, creating green spaces in areas devoid of vegetation and protecting areas from erosion and storm water runoff. Further information about this initiative can be found on the U.S. Forest Service website at www.fs.us/research/rvur/urban/urbanforest.html.

(D) Encouraging Visitability in New Construction and Substantial Rehabilitation Activities. In addition to applicable accessible design and construction requirements, you are encouraged to incorporate visitability standards where feasible in new construction and substantial rehabilitation projects. Visitability standards allow a person with mobility impairments access into the home, but do not require that all features be made accessible. Visitability means at least one entrance at grade (no steps), approached by an accessible route such as a sidewalk; the entrance door and all interior passage doors are at least 2 feet 10 inches wide, allowing 32 inches of clear passage space. A visitable home also serves persons without disabilities, such as a mother pushing a stroller, or a person delivering a large appliance. Copies of the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) are available from the SuperNOFA Information Center (1-800-HUD-8929 or 1-800-HUD-2209 (TTY)) and also from the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Room 5230, 451 Seventh Street, SW, Washington, DC 20410, telephone (202) 755-5404 or the TTY telephone number, 1-800-877 8399 (Federal Information Relay Service).

(E) Encouraging Universal Design. Universal design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. The intent of universal design is to simplify life for everyone by making products, communications and the built environment more usable by as many people as possible at little or no extra cost. Universal design benefits people of all ages and abilities. In addition to any applicable required accessibility features under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or the design and construction requirements of the Fair Housing Act, the Department encourages applicants to incorporate the principles of universal design when developing housing, community facilities, electronic communication mechanisms, or when communicating with community residents at public meetings or events.

(F) Developing Healthy Homes. HUD's Healthy Homes Initiative is one of the initiatives developed by the White House Task Force on Environmental Health Risks and Safety Risks to Children that was established under Executive Order 13045 ("Protection of Children from Environmental Health Risks and Safety Risks"). HUD encourages the funding of activities (to the extent eligible under specific programs) that promote healthy homes, or that promote education on what is a healthy home. These activities may include, but are not limited to, the following: educating homeowners or renters about the need to protect children in their home from dangers that can arise from items such as curtain cords, electrical outlets, hot water, poisons, fire, and sharp table edges, among others; incorporating child safety measures in the construction, rehabilitation or maintenance of housing, which include but are not limited to: child safety latches on cabinets, hot water protection devices, proper ventilation and moisture control to protect from mold, window guards to protect children from falling, proper pest management to prevent cockroaches which can trigger asthma, and activities directed to control of lead-based paint hazards. The National Lead Information Hotline is 1-800-424-5323, and information is also available at the following website - www.hud.gov:80/health/safehome.html.

(G) Participation in PATH. If you are applying for funds that may be utilized for construction or rehabilitation, HUD encourages participation in Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH). PATH's goal is to achieve dramatic improvement in the quality of American housing by the year 2010. PATH encourages leaders from the home building, product manufacturing, insurance and financial industries and representatives from federal agencies dealing with housing issues to work together to spur housing design and construction innovations. PATH has a FY 2001 budget of $10 million. PATH will provide technical support in design and cost analysis of advanced technologies to be incorporated in project construction.

Applicants should see www.pathnet.org on the Internet for more information, the list of technologies, latest PATH Newsletter, results from field demonstrations and PATH projects. Applicants are encouraged to employ PATH technologies to exceed prevailing national building practices by: reducing costs; improving durability; increasing energy efficiency; improving disaster resistance; and reducing environmental impact.

HUD's objective is to select projects funded under this SuperNOFA which demonstrate high potential opportunities for application of PATH technologies. HUD will provide technical assistance in the form of architectural, engineering and financial analysis to incorporate the specific technologies appropriate to the type of construction and climate. More information about PATH is available at the following website - www.pathnet.org/about/about.html.

(H) Bridging the Digital Divide. Bridging the Digital Divide is an initiative whose objective is to provide access to computers to low and moderate income families and children who do not have access and therefore may be disadvantaged with respect to education, work and training opportunities. HUD encourages applicants to incorporate education and job training opportunities through initiatives such as HUD's Neighborhood Networks and Twenty/20 Education communities in their programs.

(1) Neighborhood Networks. The Neighborhood Networks Initiative enhances the self-sufficiency, employability and economic self-reliance of low-income families and the elderly living in HUD insured and HUD assisted properties by providing them with on-site access to computer and training resources.

(2) The Twenty/20 Education Communities Initiative. This initiative (formerly known as Campus of Learners) is designed to transform public housing into safe and livable communities where families undertake training in new telecommunications and computer technology and partake in educational opportunities and job training initiatives.

(I) Bridging the Gap Initiative. Bridging the Gap is a new HUD initiative aimed at expanding economic and skills building opportunities offered through registered apprenticeship programs in HUD assisted construction related and maintenance activities. Apprenticeship programs have a long history of providing structured, highly competent, safe and comprehensive occupational training which produces highly qualified journey level workers. This is especially true in the construction trades. Through this initiative, HUD seeks to encourage and promote the use of apprenticeship programs in programs sponsored with HUD funds and to ensure the beneficiaries of such apprenticeship programs are HUD's client community of public housing and low- and moderate-income residents of our nation's communities.

VII. Findings and Certifications

(A) Environmental Impact. A Finding of No Significant Impact with respect to the environment has been made in accordance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR part 50 that implement section 102(2)(C) of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4332). The Finding of No Significant Impact is available for public inspection during regular business hours in the Office of the General Counsel, Regulations Division, Room 10276, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 451 Seventh Street, SW, Washington, DC 20410-0500.

(B) Executive Order 13132, Federalism. Executive Order 13132 (entitled "Federalism") prohibits, to the extent practicable and permitted by law, an agency from promulgating policies that have federalism implications and either impose substantial direct compliance costs on State and local governments and are not required by statute, or preempt State law, unless the relevant requirements of section 6 of the Executive Order are met. This SuperNOFA does not have federalism implications and does not impose substantial direct compliance costs on State and local governments or preempt State law within the meaning of the Executive Order.

(C) Prohibition Against Lobbying Activities. You, the applicant, are subject to the provisions of section 319 of the Department of Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Act for Fiscal Year 1991, 31 U.S.C. 1352 (the Byrd Amendment), which prohibits recipients of Federal contracts, grants, or loans from using appropriated funds for lobbying the executive or legislative branches of the Federal Government in connection with a specific contract, grant, or loan. You are required to certify, using the certification found at Appendix A to 24 CFR part 87, that you will not, and have not, used appropriated funds for any prohibited lobbying activities. In addition, you must disclose, using Standard Form LLL, "Disclosure of Lobbying Activities," any funds, other than Federally appropriated funds, that will be or have been used to influence Federal employees, members of Congress, and congressional staff regarding specific grants or contracts. Tribes and tribally designated housing entities (TDHEs) established by an Indian tribe as a result of the exercise of the tribe's sovereign power are excluded from coverage of the Byrd Amendment, but tribes and TDHEs established under State law are not excluded from the statute's coverage.

(D) Section 102 of the HUD Reform Act; Documentation and Public Access Requirements. Section 102 of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989 (42 U.S.C. 3545) (HUD Reform Act) and the regulations codified in 24 CFR part 4, subpart A, contain a number of provisions that are designed to ensure greater accountability and integrity in the provision of certain types of assistance administered by HUD. On January 14, 1992 (57 FR 1942), HUD published a notice that also provides information on the implementation of section 102. The documentation, public access, and disclosure requirements of section 102 apply to assistance awarded under this SuperNOFA as follows:

(1) Documentation and public access requirements. HUD will ensure that documentation and other information regarding each application submitted pursuant to this SuperNOFA are sufficient to indicate the basis upon which assistance was provided or denied. This material, including any letters of support, will be made available for public inspection for a 5-year period beginning not less than 30 days after the award of the assistance. Material will be made available in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552) and HUD's implementing regulations in 24 CFR part 15.

(2) Disclosures. HUD will make available to the public for 5 years all applicant disclosure reports (HUD Form 2880) submitted in connection with this SuperNOFA. Update reports (update information also reported on Form 2880) will be made available along with the applicant disclosure reports, but in no case for a period less than 3 years. All reports--both applicant disclosures and updates--will be made available in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552) and HUD's implementing regulations at 24 CFR part 5.

(3) Publication of Recipients of HUD Funding. HUD's regulations at 24 CFR 4.7 provide that HUD will publish a notice in the Federal Register on at least a quarterly basis to notify the public of all decisions made by the Department to provide:

(i) Assistance subject to section 102(a) of the HUD Reform Act; or

(ii) Assistance that is provided through grants or cooperative agreements on a discretionary (non-formula, non-demand) basis, but that is not provided on the basis of a competition.

(E) Section 103 HUD Reform Act. HUD's regulations implementing section 103 of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989 (42 U.S.C. 3537a), codified in 24 CFR part 4, subpart B, apply to this funding competition. The regulations continue to apply until the announcement of the selection of successful applicants. HUD employees involved in the review of applications and in the making of funding decisions are limited by the regulations from providing advance information to any person (other than an authorized employee of HUD) concerning funding decisions, or from otherwise giving any applicant an unfair competitive advantage. Persons who apply for assistance in this competition should confine their inquiries to the subject areas permitted under 24 CFR part 4.

Applicants or employees who have ethics related questions should contact the HUD Ethics Law Division at (202) 708­3815. (This is not a toll­free number.) For HUD employees who have specific program questions, the employee should contact the appropriate field office counsel, or Headquarters counsel for the program to which the question pertains.

VIII. The FY 2001 SuperNOFA Process and Future HUD Funding Processes

Each year, HUD strives to improve its SuperNOFA. The FY 2001 SuperNOFA was revised based on comments received during the FY 2000 funding process. HUD continues to welcome comments and feedback from applicants and other members of the public on how HUD may further improve its competitive funding process.

The description of programs for which funding is available under this SuperNOFA follows.


Mel Martinez, Secretary


Boston, MA
HUD - Boston Office

O'Neil Federal Building

10 Causeway Street, Rm.375

Boston, MA 02222-1092

OFC PHONE (617) 565-5236

Hartford, CT
HUD - Hartford Office

One Corporate Center

Hartford, CT 06103-3220

OFC PHONE (860) 240-4844

Manchester, NH
HUD - Manchester Office

Norris Cotton Federal Bldg.

275 Chestnut Street

Manchester, NH 03101-2487

OFC PHONE (603) 666-7510

Providence, RI
HUD - Providence Office

10 Weybosset Street

Sixth Floor

Providence, RI 02903-2808

OFC PHONE (401) 528-5352

Bangor, ME
HUD - Bangor Office

202 Harlow Street - Chase Bldg.

Suite 101

Bangor, ME 04401-4925

OFC PHONE (207) 945-0468

Burlington, VT
HUD - Burlington Office

Room 237 - Federal Building

11 Elmwood Avenue, PO Box 879

Burlington, VT 05401-0879

OFC PHONE (802) 951-6290

New York, NY
HUD - New York Office 26 Federal Plaza - Suite 3541 New York, NY 10278-0068 OFC PHONE (212) 264-4377
Buffalo, NY
HUD - Buffalo Office

Lafayette Court, 5th Floor

465 Main Street

Buffalo, NY 14203-1780

OFC PHONE (716) 551-5755

Camden, NJ
HUD - Camden Office

2nd Floor - Hudson Bldg.

800 Hudson Square

Camden, NJ 08102-1156

OFC PHONE (856) 757-5088

Newark, NJ
HUD - Newark Office - 13th Floor

One Newark Center

Newark, NJ 07102-5260

OFC PHONE (973) 622-7619

Albany, NY
HUD - Albany Office

52 Corporate Circle

Albany, NY 12203-5121

OFC PHONE (518) 464-4200

Philadelphia, PA
HUD Philadelphia Office

The Wanamaker Building

100 Penn Square, East

Philadelphia, PA 19107-3380

OFC PHONE (215) 656-0600

Baltimore, MD
HUD Baltimore Office, 5th Floor

10 South Howard Street

Baltimore, MD 21201-2505

OFC PHONE (410) 962-2520

Pittsburgh, PA
HUD Pittsburgh Office

339 Sixth Avenue - Sixth Floor

Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2515

OFC PHONE (412) 644-5945

Washington, DC
(Office Temporarily covered)

HUD Washington, DC Office, Suite 300

820 First Street, N.E.

Washington, DC 20002-4205

OFC PHONE (202) 275-9200

Richmond, VA
HUD Richmond Office

3600 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA 23230-4920

OFC PHONE (804) 278-4500

Charleston, WV
HUD - Charleston Office

405 Capitol Street, Suite 708

Charleston, WV 25301-1795

OFC PHONE (304) 347-7036

Wilmington, DE
HUD - Delaware State Office

One Rodney Square

920 King Street, Suite 404

Wilmington, DE 19801

OFC PHONE (302) 573-6300

Atlanta, GA
HUD - Atlanta Office

40 Marietta Street - Five Points Plaza

Atlanta, GA 30303-2806

OFC PHONE (404) 331-4111

Birmingham, AL
HUD - Birmingham Office

Medical Forum Building

950 22nd St., North

Suite 900

Birmingham, AL 35203-5301

OFC PHONE (205) 731-2630

Louisville, KY
HUD - Louisville Office

601 West Broadway, PO Box 1044

Louisville, KY 40201-1044

OFC PHONE (502) 582-5251

Jackson, MS
HUD - Jackson Office

McCoy Federal Building

100 W. Capitol Street, Room 910

Jackson, MS 39269-1096

OFC PHONE (601) 965-4700

Memphis, TN
HUD - Memphis Office

200 Jefferson Avenue, Suite 1200

Memphis, TN 38103-2335

OFC PHONE (901) 544-3403


Nashville, TN
HUD - Nashville Office

235 Cumberland Bend Drive

Suite 200

Nashville, TN 37228-1803

OFC PHONE (615) 736-5213

Jacksonville, FL
HUD - Jacksonville Office

301 West Bay Street, Suite 2200

Jacksonville, FL 32202-5121

OFC PHONE (904) 232-2627

Miami, FL
HUD - Florida State Office

909 SE First Avenue

Miami, FL 33131

OFC PHONE (305) 536-5676


Greensboro, NC
HUD - Greensboro Office

Koger Building

2306 West Meadowview Road

Greensboro, NC 27407-3707

OFC PHONE (336) 547-4001,4002, 4003

San Juan, PR
HUD - Caribbean Office

171 Carlos E. Chardon Avenue

San Juan, PR 00918-0903

OFC PHONE (787) 766-5201

Columbia, SC
HUD - Columbia Office

1835 Assembly Street

Columbia, SC 29201-2430

OFC PHONE (803) 765-5592

Knoxville, TN
HUD - Knoxville Office

710 Locust Street, SW

Knoxville, TN 37902-2526

OFC PHONE (423) 545-4384

Orlando, FL
HUD - Orlando Office

3751 Maguire Boulevard, Room 270

Orlando, FL 32803-3032

OFC PHONE (407) 648-6441

Tampa, FL
HUD Tampa Office

500 Zack St., #402

Tampa, FL 33602-3945

OFC PHONE (813) 228-2431

Chicago, IL
HUD - Chicago Office

Ralph Metcalfe Federal Building

77 West Jackson Boulevard

Chicago, IL 60604-3507

OFC PHONE (312) 353-5680

Detroit, MI
HUD -- Detroit Office

477 Michigan Avenue

Detroit, MI 48226-2592

OFC PHONE (313) 226-7900

Indianapolis, IN
HUD -- Indianapolis Office

151 North Delaware Street, Suite 1200

Indianapolis, IN 46204-2526

OFC PHONE (317) 226-7034

Grand Rapids, MI
HUD - Grand Rapids Office

Trade Center Building

50 Louis Street, N.W.

Grand Rapids, MI 49503-2648

OFC PHONE (616) 456-2125

Minneapolis, MN
HUD - Minneapolis Office

220 Second Street, South

Minneapolis, MN 55401-2195

OFC PHONE (612) 370-3000

Cincinnati, OH
HUD - Cincinnati Office

525 Vine Street, Suite 700

Cincinnati, OH 45202-3188

OFC PHONE (513) 684-2967



Cleveland, OH
HUD -- Cleveland Office

1350 Euclid Avenue, Suite 500

Cleveland, OH 44115-1815

OFC PHONE (216) 522-4058

Columbus, OH
(Office Temporarily Covered)

HUD -- Columbus Office

200 North High Street

Columbus, OH 43215-2499

OFC PHONE (614) 469-2540

Milwaukee, WI
HUD -- Milwaukee Office

310 West Wisconsin Avenue

Room 1380

Milwaukee, WI 53203-2289

OFC PHONE (414) 297-3214

Flint, MI
HUD Flint Office

1101 S. Saginaw Street

North Building

Flint, MI 48502-1953

OFC PHONE (810) 766-5082

Springfield, IL
HUD - Springfield Office

320 West Washington 7th Floor

Springfield, IL 62707

OFC PHONE (217) 492-4120


Fort Worth, TX
HUD - Fort Worth Office

801 Cherry Street, PO Box 2905

Ft. Worth, TX 76113-2905

OFC PHONE (817) 978-5965

Dallas, TX
HUD - Dallas Office

525 Griffin Street, Room 860

Dallas, TX 75202-5007

OFC PHONE (214) 767-8300

Albuquerque, NM
HUD - Albuquerque Office

625 Silver Avenue SW, Suite 100

Albuquerque, NM 87102-3185

OFC PHONE (505) 346-6463

Houston, TX
HUD - Houston Office

2211 Norfolk, #200

Houston, TX 77098-4096

OFC PHONE (713) 313-2274

Lubbock, TX
HUD - Lubbock Office

1205 Texas Avenue, Rm. 511

Lubbock, TX 79401-4093

OFC PHONE (806) 472-7265

San Antonio, TX
HUD - San Antonio Office

800 Dolorosa

San Antonio, TX 78207-4563

OFC PHONE (210) 475-6806



Little Rock, AR
HUD - Little Rock Office

425 West Capitol Avenue #900

Little Rock, AR 72201-3488

OFC PHONE (501) 324-5401

New Orleans, LA
HUD - New Orleans Office

Hale Boggs Bldg. - 501 Magazine Street, 9th Floor

New Orleans, LA 70130-3099

OFC PHONE (504) 589-7201

Shreveport, LA
HUD - Shreveport Office

401 Edwards Street, Rm. 1510

Shreveport, LA 71101-3289

OFC PHONE (318) 676-3440

Oklahoma City, OK
HUD - Oklahoma City Office

500 W. Main Street, Suite 400

Oklahoma City, OK 73102-2233

OFC PHONE (405) 553-7500

Tulsa, OK
HUD Tulsa Office

50 East 15th Street

Tulsa, OK 74119-4030

OFC PHONE (918) 581-7496


Kansas City, KS
HUD - Kansas City Office

400 State Avenue, Room 200

Kansas City, KS 66101-2406

OFC PHONE (913) 551-5462

Omaha, NE
HUD Omaha Office

10909 Mill Valley Road, Suite 100

Omaha, NE 68154-3955

OFC PHONE (402) 492-3103

St. Louis, MO
HUD St. Louis Office

1222 Spruce Street #3207

St. Louis, MO 63103-2836

OFC PHONE (314) 539-6560

Des Moines, IA
HUD - Des Moines Office

210 Walnut Street, Room 239

Des Moines, IA 50309-2155

OFC PHONE (515) 284-4573

Denver, CO
HUD - Denver Office

633 17th Street, 14th Floor

Denver, CO 80202-3607

OFC PHONE (303) 672-5440

Salt Lake City, UT
HUD - Salt Lake City Office

257 East, 200 South, Rm. 550

Salt Lake City, UT 84111-2048

OFC PHONE (801) 524-6071

Helena, MT
HUD - Helena Office

7 West Sixth Avenue

Power Block Building

Helena, MT 59601

OFC PHONE (406) 449-5048

Sioux Falls, SD
HUD - Sioux Falls Office

2400 West 49th Street, Rm. I-201

Sioux Falls, SD 57105-6558

OFC PHONE (605) 330-4223

Fargo, ND
HUD - Fargo Office

657 2nd Avenue North, Room 366

Fargo, ND 58108

OFC PHONE (701) 239-5040

Casper, WY
HUD - Wyoming Office

150 East B Street, Room 1010

Casper, WY 82601-1969

OFC PHONE (307) 261-6250

San Francisco, CA
HUD - San Francisco Office

450 Golden Gate Avenue, Box 36003

San Francisco, CA 94102-3448

OFC PHONE (415) 436-6532

Honolulu, HI
HUD - Honolulu Office

7 Waterfront Plaza

500 Ala Moana Blvd. #500

Honolulu, HI 96813-4918

OFC PHONE (808) 522-8175

Los Angeles, CA
HUD - Los Angeles Office

611 W. Sixth Street, Suite 800

Los Angeles, CA 90017

OFC PHONE (213) 894-8007

Sacramento, CA
HUD - Sacramento Office

925 L Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

OFC PHONE (916) 498-5220

Reno, NV
HUD - Reno Office

3702 S. Virginia Street, Suite G-2

Reno, NV 89502-6581

OFC PHONE (775) 784-5383

San Diego, CA
HUD - San Diego Office

Symphony Towers

750 B Street, Suite 1600

San Diego, CA 92101-8131

OFC PHONE (619) 557-5310

Las Vegas, NV
HUD - Las Vegas Office

333 N. Rancho Drive - Atrium Bldg. Suite 700

Las Vegas, NV 89106-3714

OFC PHONE (702) 388-6208/6500

Phoenix, AZ
HUD - Phoenix Office

400 North Fifth Street, Suite 1600

Phoenix, AZ 85004-2361

OFC PHONE (602) 379-4434

Santa Ana, CA
HUD Santa Ana Office

1600 N. Broadway, Suite 100

Santa Ana, CA 92706-3927

OFC PHONE (714) 796-5577


Tucson, AZ
HUD - Tucson Office

33 North Stone Avenue #700

Tucson, AZ 85701-1467

OFC PHONE (520) 670-6000

Fresno, CA
HUD - Fresno Office

2135 Fresno Street, Suite 100

Fresno, CA 93721-1718

OFC PHONE (559) 487-5032

Seattle, WA
HUD - Seattle Office

909 First Avenue, Suite 200

Seattle, WA 98104-1000

OFC PHONE (206) 220-5101

Portland, OR
HUD - Portland Office

400 SW 6th Avenue #700

Portland, OR 97204-1632

OFC PHONE (503) 326-2561

Anchorage, AK
HUD - Anchorage Office

949 East 36th Avenue, Suite 401

Anchorage, AK 99508-4399

OFC PHONE (907) 271-4170

Boise, ID
HUD - Boise Office,

Suite 220, Plaza IV

800 Park Boulevard

Boise, Idaho 83712-7743

OFC PHONE (208) 334-1990

Spokane, WA
HUD Spokane Office

US Courthouse Bldg.

920 W. Riverside, Suite 588

Spokane, WA 99201-1010

OFC PHONE (509) 353-0682



AK, Anchorage

Ms. Linda Yarbrough 907-343-4303 (Phone)

Municipality of Anchorage 907-343-4220 (Fax)

Department of Community Planning and Development

P.O. Box 196650

Anchorage, AK 99501

Terrence Booth 907-886-4441 (Phone)

Metlakatla Indian Enterprise Community 907-886-7997 (Fax)

Metlakatla, AK 99926

AL, Anniston

David Umling 256-237-6741 (Phone)

Chambers County Enterprise Community 256-237-6763 (Fax)

Anniston, AL 36202

AL, Birmingham

Mr. Keith Strother 205-254-2870 (Phone)

City of Birmingham 205-254-7741 (Fax)

710 N. 20th St. City Hall, Third Floor

Birmingham, AL 35203

AL, Epes

John Zippert 205-652-9676 (Phone)

Greene and Sumter Enterprise Community 205-652-9678 (Fax)

Epes, AL 35460

AR, Blytheville

Sam Scruggs 870-532-2348 (Phone)

Mississippi County Enterprise Community 870-532-2625 (Fax)

Blytheville, AR 72316

AR, Forrest City

Robert Cole 870-630-2005 (Phone)

Eastern Arkansas Enterprise Community 870-630-2035 (Fax)

Forrest City, AR 72335

AR, Little Rock

Mr. Henry L. McHenry 501-379-1543 (Phone)

County of Pulaski 501-379-1571 (Fax)

Enterprise Community Alliance, Inc.

3805 W. 12th St. Suite 205

Little Rock, AR 72204

AZ, Douglas

Art Macias, Jr. 520-364-7501 (Phone)

Arizona Border Region Enterprise Community 520-364-7507 (Fax)

Douglas, AZ 85607

AZ, Nogales

Laura Ornelas 520-287-6571 (Phone)

Arizona Border Region Enterprise Community 520-287-9159 (Fax)

Nogales, AZ 85621

AZ, Phoenix

Steve Capobres 602-280-1365 (Phone)

Arizona Border Region Enterprise Community 602-280-1470 (Fax)

Phoenix, AZ 85012-1920

Ms. Jennifer Harper 602-262-4730 (Phone)

City of Phoenix 602-534-1555 (Fax)

Department of Neighborhood Services

200 W. Washington St. Fourth Floor

Phoenix, AZ 85003-1611

AZ, San Luis

Frank Carrillo 520-627-2027 (Phone)

Arizona Border Region Enterprise Community 520-627-3879 (Fax)

San Luis, AZ 85349

AZ, Window Rock

Anthony Perry 520 871-6504 (Phone)

Four Corners Enterprise Communities (Navajo Nation 520-871-7381 (Fax)

Window Rock, AZ 86515

CA, El Centro

Ken Hollis 760-337-7814 (Phone)

Imperial County Enterprise Community 760-337-8907 (Fax)

El Centro, CA 92243

CA, Fresno

Becki Mendibles 559-452-0881 (Phone)

Central California Enterprise Community 559-452-8038 (Fax)

Fresno, CA 93727

CA, Indio

John Thurman 760-863-8225 (Phone)

Desert Communities Empowerment Zone 760-863-7049 (Fax)

Indio, CA 92201

CA, Los Angeles

Ms. Alicia DeCastro 213-485-1023 (Phone)

City of Los Angeles 213-847-0890 (Fax)

Department of Community Development

215 W. Sixth St. Third Floor

Los Angeles, CA 90014

Mr. Robert Perez 213-485-8161 (Phone)

City of Los Angeles 213-847-0890 (Fax)

Department of Community Development

215 W. Sixth St. Third Floor

Los Angeles, CA 90014

CA, Oakland

Mr. Mahlon Harmon 510-238-2353 (Phone)

One Stop Capital Shop 510-238-7999 (Fax)

519 17th St. Sixth Floor

Oakland, CA 94612-2032

CA, San Diego

Ms. Bonnie Contreras 619-236-6846 (Phone)

City of San Diego 619-533-6515 (Fax)

Division of Economic Development

1200 Third Ave. Suite 1300

San Diego, CA 92101-3863

CA, San Francisco

Ms. Anna Yee 415-252-3130 (Phone)

City of San Francisco 415-252-3110 (Fax)

Enterprise Community Program

25 Van Ness Ave. Suite 700

San Francisco, CA 94102

CA, Santa Ana

Ms. Shawna Lahey 714-647-5372 (Phone)

City of Santa Ana 714-647-6580 (Fax)

Community Development Agency

P.O. Box 1988

Santa Ana, CA 92702

CA, Watsonville

Anna Espinoza 831-763-4033 (Phone)

Watsonville/City of Santa Cruz Enterprise Communit 831-761-0736 (Fax)

Watsonville, CA 95076

CO, Denver

Mr. Ernest Hughes 720-913-1547 (Phone)

City and County of Denver 720-913-1800 (Fax)

Community Planning and Development Agency

216 16th St. Suite 1400

Denver, CO 80202

CT, Bridgeport

Ms. Janice B. Willis 203-332-5662 (Phone)

City of Bridgeport 203-332-3060 (Fax)

Office of Central Grants

999 Broad St. City Hall Annex Chase Bldg.

Bridgeport, CT 06604

CT, New Haven

Ms. Diana E. Edmonds 203-946-7727 (Phone)

City of New Haven 203-946-8049 (Fax)

Office of Business Development

200 Orange St. Fifth Floor

New Haven, CT 06510

Ms. Sherri Killins 203-776-2777 (Phone)

Empower New Haven, Inc. 203-776-0537 (Fax)

59 Elm St. Fourth Floor, Suite 410

New Haven, CT 06510

DC, Washington

Ms. Judy Brown 202-442-7205 (Phone)

Enterprise Community Programs 202-442-7090 (Fax)

Office of Economic Development EZ/EC Urban Task Force

801 N. Capitol St. Sixth Floor

Washington, DC 20002

DE, Wilmington

Ms. Edwina Bell-Mitchell 302-571-4472 (Phone)

Wilmington Enterprise Community/New Castle County 302-571-4326 (Fax)

800 French St. Louis L. Redding Bldg., Ninth Floor

Wilmington, DE 19801

FL, Marianna

Bill Stanton 850-526-4005 (Phone)

Jackson County Enterprise Community 850-526-4008 (Fax)

Marianna, FL 32447

Stan Whitehurst 850-526-7669 (Phone)

Jackson County Enterprise Community 850-526-4008 (Fax)

Marianna, FL 32447

FL, Miami

Mr. Bryan K. Finnie 305-372-7620 (Phone)

Miami-Dade Empowerment Trust, Inc. 305-372-7629 (Fax)

140 W. Flagler St. Suite 1107

Miami, FL 33130

FL, Naples

Barbara Cacchione 941-649-5000 (Phone)

Empowerment Alliance of Southwest Florida EC 941-649-5337 (Fax)

Naples, FL 34103

FL, Tampa

Ms. Jeanette LaRussa-Fenton 813-274-7966 (Phone)

City of Tampa 813-274-7927 (Fax)

Department of Business and Community Services

2105 N. Nebraska Ave. Ybor Service Center

Tampa, FL 33602-2529

GA, Albany

Ms. Julie Duke 229-431-3234 (Phone)

City of Albany 229-431-3223 (Fax)

Office of the City Manager

P.O. Box 447

Albany, GA 31702

GA, Atlanta

Ms. Charisse Richardson 404-853-7610 (Phone)

Atlanta Empowerment Zone Corp. 404-853-7315 (Fax)

675 Ponce De Leon Ave., N.E. City Hall East, Second Floor

Atlanta, GA 30308

GA, Augusta

Hilda Alexander 706-667-4179 (Phone)

CSRA Enterprise Community 706-737-1459 (Fax)

Augusta, GA 30904

GA, Cordele

Robert Cooke 912-273-9111 (Phone)

Southwest Georgia United Empowerment Zone 912-276-0450 (Fax)

Cordele, GA 31010

Bambi Hayes 912-273-9111 (Phone)

Southwest Georgia United Empowerment Zone 912-276-0450 (Fax)

Cordele, GA 31010

HI, Kaunakakai

Stacy Crivello 808-553-5123 (Phone)

Molokai Enterprise Community 808-553-3735 (Fax)

Kaunakakai, HI 96748

Karen M. Holt 808-553-3244 (Phone)

Molokai Enterprise Community 808-553-3370 (Fax)

Kaunakakai, HI 96748

IA, Des Moines

Ms. Caroline Gathright 515-283-4151 (Phone)

City of Des Moines 515-237-1713 (Fax)

Division of Neighborhood Planning

602 E. First St.

Des Moines, IA 50309

IL, Chicago

Mr. Wallace Goode 312-744-9623 (Phone)

City of Chicago 312-744-9696 (Fax)

20 N. Clark St. 28th Floor

Chicago, IL 60602-5086

IL, E. St. Louis

Mr. Ralph Muhammed 618-482-6642 (Phone)

East St. Louis Enterprise Community 618-482-6788 (Fax)

301 River Park Dr. Third Floor

E. St. Louis, IL 62201

IL, Springfield

Ms. Cleatia Bowen 217-789-2377 (Phone)

City of Springfield 217-789-2380 (Fax)

Office of Economic Development

231 S. Sixth St.

Springfield, IL 62701

IL, Ullin

Donna Raynalds 618-634-9471 (Phone)

Southernmost Illinois Delta Empowerment Zone 618-634-9452 (Fax)

Ullin, IL 62992

IN, Austin

Donald Campbell 812-794-2877 (Phone)

Town of Austin Enterprise Community 812-794-2859 (Fax)

Austin, IN 47102

Charlotte Mathis 812-794-9446 (Phone)

Town of Austin Enterprise Community 812-794-8765 (Fax)

Austin, IN 47102

IN, East Chicago

Mr. John D. Artis 219-397-9974 (Phone)

City of East Chicago 219-397-4249 (Fax)

Department of Redevelopment and Housing Authority

P.O. Box 498

East Chicago, IN 46312-0498

IN, Gary

Ms. Venus Cobb 219-886-9047 (Phone)

City of Gary 219-886-9051 (Fax)

Empowerment Zone Office

840 Broadway First Floor

Gary, IN 46404

IN, Hammond

Ms. Rocharda Moore-Harris 219-853-6371 (Phone)

City of Hammond 219-853-6334 (Fax)

Department of Planning

649 Conkey St.

Hammond, IN 46324

IN, Indianapolis

Ms. Renia Colbert 317-327-5869 (Phone)

City of Indianapolis 317-327-5908 (Fax)

Division of Community Development and Financial Services

200 E. Washington St. City County Bldg., Suite 1841

Indianapolis, IN 46204

KS, Leoti

Sharla Krenzel 316-375-2182 (Phone)

Wichita County Enterprise Community 316-375-4350 (Fax)

Leoti, KS 67861

Elmer Ridder 316-375-2731 (Phone)

Wichita County Enterprise Community 316-375-4350 (Fax)

Leoti, KS 67861

KY, Bowling Green

Lisa Ryan 270-393-3658 (Phone)

City of Bowling Green Enterprise Community 502-393-3698 (Fax)

Bowling Green, KY 42102-0430

KY, London

Jerry Rickett 606-864-5175 (Phone)

Kentucky Highlands Empowerment Zone 606-864-5194 (Fax)

London, KY 40743

KY, Louisville

Mr. Walter Munday 502-574-2682 (Phone)

City of Louisville 502-574-4227 (Fax)

Empowerment Zone Community

200 S. Seventh St.

Louisville, KY 40202

KY, Whitley City

Bruce Murphy 606-376-2413 (Phone)

McCreary County Enterprise Community 606-376-9499 (Fax)

Whitley City, KY 42653

LA, Ferriday

Chip Rogers 318-757-3033 (Phone)

Macon Ridge Enterprise Community 318-757-4212 (Fax)

Ferriday, LA 71334

LA, Monroe

Mr. Eric Loewe 318-329-4031 (Phone)

Ouachita Enterprise Community 318-329-4034 (Fax)

P.O. Box 4268

Monroe, LA 71211

LA, New Orleans

Ms. Thelma H. French 504-565-6445 (Phone)

City of New Orleans 504-565-6423 (Fax)

Office of Federal and State Programs

1300 Perdido St. Room 2E04

New Orleans, LA 70112

LA, Tallulah

Moses Jr. Williams 318-574-0995 (Phone)

Northeast Louisiana Delta Enterprise Community 318-574-3132 (Fax)

Tallulah, LA 71282

MA, Lowell

Ms. Kathy Muldoon 978-446-7150 (Phone)

City of Lowell 978-446-7014 (Fax)

Department of Planning and Development

50 Arcand Dr. City Hall, JFK Civic Center Bldg.

Lowell, MA 01852

MA, Roxbury

Mr. Reginald Nunnally 617-445-3413 (Phone)

Boston Empowerment Zone 617-445-5675 (Fax)

Boston Business Assistance Center

20 Hampdon St.

Roxbury, MA 02119

MA, Springfield

Mr. Miguel Rivas 413-750-2240 (Phone)

City of Springfield 413-787-6027 (Fax)

Department of Community Development

36 Court St. City Hall, Room 313

Springfield, MA 01103

MD, Baltimore

Ms. Diane Bell 410-783-4400 (Phone)

Empower Baltimore Management Corp. 410-783-0526 (Fax)

34 Market Place Suite 800

Baltimore, MD 21202

ME, Lewiston

Carole J. Ansheles 207-777-5144 (Phone)

City of Lewiston Enterprise Community 207-786-4412 (Fax)

Lewiston, ME 04240-7282

MI, Detroit

Ms. Denise Gray 313-872-8050 (Phone)

Detroit Empowerment Zone Development Corp. 313-872-8002 (Fax)

One Ford Place Suite 1F

Detroit, MI 48202

MI, Flint

Ms. Nancy Jurkiewicz 810-341-1499 (Phone)

City of Flint 810-766-7351 (Fax)

Flint Area Enterprise Community

805 Welch Blvd.

Flint, MI 48504

MI, Harrison

Edward Kerr 517-539-7805 (Phone)

Clare County Enterprise Community 517-539-2791 (Fax)

Harrison, MI 48625-0439

MI, Muskegon

Ms. Cathy Brubaker-Clarke 231-724-6702 (Phone)

City of Muskegon 231-724-6790 (Fax)

Department of Community and Economic Development

P.O. Box 536

Muskegon, MI 49443-0536

MI, Scottville

Mary L. Trucks 616-757-3785 (Phone)

Lake County Enterprise Community 616-757-9669 (Fax)

Scottville, MI 49454

MN, Minneapolis

Ms. Kim W. Havey 612-673-5415 (Phone)

Minneapolis Empowerment Zone 612-673-3724 (Fax)

350 S. Fifth St. City Hall, Room 200

Minneapolis, MN 55415

MN, St. Paul

Mr. Jeremy Lenz 651-266-6603 (Phone)

City of St. Paul 651-228-3341 (Fax)

Department of Planning and Economic Development

25 W. Fourth St. 1200 City Hall Annex

St. Paul, MN 55102

MO, East Prairie

Martha Ellen Black 573-649-3731 (Phone)

City of East Prairie Enterprise Community 573-649-5028 (Fax)

East Prairie, MO 63845

MO, Kansas City

Ms. Marlene Nagel 816-474-4240 (Phone)

Mid-American Regional Council (MARC) 816-421-7758 (Fax)

600 Broadway 300 Rivergate Center

Kansas City, MO 64105-1554

MO, St. Louis

Ms. A. Danine Lard 314-622-3400 (Phone)

Greater St. Louis Regional Empowerment Zone Management 314-436-7983 (Fax)

1015 Locust St. Suite 1030

St. Louis, MO 63101

MS, Itta Bena

Arthur Peyton 662-254-9957 (Phone)

Mid-Delta Empowerment Zone 662-254-9941 (Fax)

Itta Bena, MS 38941

MS, Jackson

Mr. Roosevelt T. Sanders 601-949-7879 (Phone)

Jackson Urban Enterprise Community Council, Inc. 601-981-2407 (Fax)

P.O. Box 10353

Jackson, MS 39289

MS, Sardis

Stuart Guernsey 662-487-1968 (Phone)

North Delta Enterprise Community 6624870088 (Fax)

Sardis, MS 38666

MT, Poplar

Mark Sansaver 406-768-3155 (Phone)

Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribe EC 406-768-3581 (Fax)

Poplar, MT 59255

NC, Charlotte

Mr. Franklin McCrary, Jr. 704-336-5577 (Phone)

City of Charlotte 704-336-2527 (Fax)

Department of Neighborhood Development

600 E. Trade St.

Charlotte, NC 28202

NC, Lumberton

Cynthia Johnson 910-618-0722 (Phone)

Robeson County Enterprise Community 910-618-1504 (Fax)

Lumberton, NC 28358

NC, Rocky Mount

Terri Anderson 252-972-1609 (Phone)

Halifax/Edgecombe/Wilson Enterprise Community 252-972-1590 (Fax)

Rocky Mount, NC 27802

ND, Cando

Joanne Rodenbiker 701-968-3314 (Phone)

Center of North America REAP Zone 701-968-1747 (Fax)

Cando, ND 58324

ND, Dickenson

Shirley Brentrup 701-227-1241 (Phone)

Southwest REAP Zone

Dickenson, ND 58601

ND, Finley

Kim Sheffield 701-524-2240 (Phone)

Griggs-Steele Empowerment Zone 701-524-2241 (Fax)

Finley, ND 58230

NE, Omaha

Mr. Herb Patten 402-444-3514 (Phone)

City of Omaha 402-444-3755 (Fax)

Omaha Enterprise Community/Enterprise Zone

2421 N. 24th St. Blue Lion Centre

Omaha, NE 68110-2282

NH, Manchester

Mr. William J. Jabjiniak 603-624-6505 (Phone)

City of Manchester 603-624-6529 (Fax)

Department of Planning and Community Development

One City Hall Plaza

Manchester, NH 03101

NJ, Bridgeton

Mr. Gerard Velasquez 856-459-1700 (Phone)

Cumberland Empowerment Zone Corp. 856-459-4099 (Fax)

50 E. Broad St.

Bridgeton, NJ 08302

NJ, Camden

Mr. Richard H. Cumming, Jr. 856-365-0300 (Phone)

Camden Empowerment Zone Corp. 856-365-1058 (Fax)

817 Carpenter St. Hudson Square Complex

Camden, NJ 08102

NJ, Newark

Ms. Angela Corbo 973-733-4331 (Phone)

City of Newark 973-733-3769 (Fax)

Department of Administration

920 Broad St. City Hall, Room B-16

Newark, NJ 07102

NM, Albuquerque

Ms. Sylvia Fettes 505-768-2932 (Phone)

City of Albuquerque 505-768-3204 (Fax)

Department of Family and Community Services

P.O. Box 1293

Albuquerque, NM 87103

NM, Deming

Richard McInturff 505-546-8848 (Phone)

City of Deming Enterprise Community 505-546-6442 (Fax)

Deming, NM 88031

John Strand 505-546-8848 (Phone)

City of Deming Enterprise Community 505-546-6442 (Fax)

Deming, NM 88031

NM, Penasco

Ron Martinez 800-458-7323 (Phone)

La Jicarita Enterprise Community 505-587-1687 (Fax)

Penasco, NM 87553

NV, Las Vegas

Mr. Douglas Bell 702-455-5025 (Phone)

County of Clark 702-455-5038 (Fax)

Department of Community Resources Management

P.O. Box 551212

Las Vegas, NV 89106-1212

NY, Bronx

Ms. Maria Canales 718-590-6201 (Phone)

Bronx Overall Economic Development Corp. 718-590-3499 (Fax)

198 E. 161st St. Suite 201

Bronx, NY 10451

NY, Buffalo

Ms. Paula Alcala Rosner 716-851-5032 (Phone)

City of Buffalo 716-851-4388 (Fax)

Federal Enterprise Community of Buffalo, Inc.

911 City Hall

Buffalo, NY 14202

NY, Ferndale

Rick Bishop 845-295-2632 (Phone)

Sullivan-Wawarsing REAP Zone 845-295-2633 (Fax)

Ferndale, NY 12734

NY, New York

Mr. Fernando Fernandez 212-410-0030 (Phone)

Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corp. 212-410-9616 (Fax)

Department of Community Affairs

290 Lenox Ave. Third Floor

New York, NY 10027

Mr. George Glatter 212-513-6442 (Phone)

City of New York 212-618-8987 (Fax)

Department of Business Services

110 William St. Third Floor

New York, NY 10038

Mr. James Ilako 212-803-3235 (Phone)

New York EZ Corp. 212-803-3294 (Fax)

633 Third Ave. 32nd Floor

New York, NY 10017

Mr. Marion Phillips, III 212-803-3240 (Phone)

New York Empowerment Zone Corp. 212-803-3294 (Fax)

633 Third Ave. 32nd Floor

New York, NY 10017

Ms. June Van Brackle 212-788-6777 (Phone)

City of New York 212-788-2718 (Fax)

Mayor's Office of the New York City EZ

100 Gold St. Second Floor

New York, NY 10038

NY, Newburgh

Ms. Sharon Hyder 914-569-1680 (Phone)

Kingston-Newburgh Enterprise Corp. 914-569-1630 (Fax)

62 Grand St. Suite 211

Newburgh, NY 12550

NY, Owego

Michael Morse 607-687-8254 (Phone)

Tioga County REAP Zone 607-687-1435 (Fax)

Owego, NY 13827

NY, Rochester

Mr. Philip Banks 716-428-6965 (Phone)

City of Rochester 716-428-6042 (Fax)

Department of Economic Development

30 Church St. Room 005A

Rochester, NY 14614

NY, Schenectady

Mr. Anthony Tozzi 518-382-5054 (Phone)

City of Schenectady 518-382-5275 (Fax)

Department of Development

Jay St.

Schenectady, NY 12305

OH, Akron

Mr. Jerry Egan 330-375-2090 (Phone)

City of Akron 330-375-2387 (Fax)

Department of Planning and Urban Development

166 S. High St.

Akron, OH 44308-1628

OH, Cincinnati

Ms. Susan Paddock 513-352-4648 (Phone)

City of Cincinnati 513-352-2458 (Fax)

801 Plum St. City Hall, Room 104

Cincinnati, OH 45202

OH, Cleveland

Ms. Valarie McCall 216-664-2804 (Phone)

Cleveland Empowerment Zone 216-420-8522 (Fax)

601 Lakeside Ave. City Hall, Room 335

Cleveland, OH 44114

OH, Columbus

Mr. Jon C. Beard 614-251-0926 (Phone)

Columbus Compact Corp. 614-251-2243 (Fax)

1000 E. Main St.

Columbus, OH 43205

OH, Portsmouth

Bob Walton 740-354-7541 (Phone)

Greater Portsmouth Enterprise Community 740-354-3933 (Fax)

Portsmouth, OH 45662

OK, Ada

Chris Fields 580-310-2264 (Phone)

Tri-County Indian Nations Enterprise Community 580-436-0236 (Fax)

Ada, OK 74820

OK, Hugo

Bob Yandell 580-326-3351 (Phone)

Southeast Oklahoma EC 580-326-2305 (Fax)

Hugo, OK 74743

OK, Oklahoma City

Mr. Carl D. Friend 405-297-2574 (Phone)

City of Oklahoma City 405-297-3796 (Fax)

Division of Community Development

420 W. Main St. Suite 920

Oklahoma City, OK 73102

OR, Cave Junction

Tena Marrington 541-592-2838 (Phone)

Illinois Valley Community Response Team 541-592-4106 (Fax)

Cave Junction, OR 97523

OR, Portland

Ms. Regena S. Warren 503-988-3020 (Phone)

County of Multnomah 503-988-3710 (Fax)

421 S.W. Sixth Ave. Suite 200

Portland, OR 97204

OR, Wolf Creek

Louise Dix 541-866-2600 (Phone)

Josephine County Enterprise Community 541-866-2449 (Fax)

Wolf Creek, OR 97497

PA, Harrisburg

Ms. Terri Martini 717-255-6408 (Phone)

City of Harrisburg 717-255-6421 (Fax)

Department of Building and Housing Development

Ten N. Second St. MLK City Government Center, Suite 206

Harrisburg, PA 17101-1681

PA, Lock Haven

Maria Boileau 570-893-5907 (Phone)

City of Lock Haven Enterprise Community 570-893-5905 (Fax)

Lock Haven, PA 17745

PA, Philadelphia

Ms. Eva Gladstein 215-683-0462 (Phone)

City of Philadelphia 215-683-0493 (Fax)

1515 Arch St., I Pkwy. Ninth Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19103

PA, Pittsburgh

Ms. Joan Blaustein 412-255-2206 (Phone)

City of Pittsburgh 412-255-2838 (Fax)

Department of Planning

200 Ross St. Fourth Floor

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

PA, Uniontown

Joanne Hunt 724-437-7913 (Phone)

Fayette Enterprise Community 724-437-7315 (Fax)

Uniontown, PA 15401

RI, Providence

Ms. Kim Santos Rose 401-455-8880 (Phone)

The Providence Plan 401-331-6840 (Fax)

56 Pine St. Suite 3B

Providence, RI 02903

SC, Allendale

Manuel, Tammy "Lynn" Futch 803-584-3600 (Phone)

Allendale County ALIVE Enterprise Community 803-584-0700 (Fax)

Allendale, SC 29810

Henry Lefite 803- 584-7117 (Phone)

Allendale County ALIVE Enterprise Community 803-584-0700 (Fax)

Allendale, SC 29810

SC, Charleston

Ms. Geona Shaw Johnson 843-973-7285 (Phone)

City of Charleston 843-720-3836 (Fax)

Department of Housing and Community Development

75 Calhoun St. Third Floor

Charleston, SC 29401

SC, Columbia

Mr. Milton Smalls 803-733-8314 (Phone)

Sumter/Columbia Empowerment Zone 803-733-8312 (Fax)

Department of Community Service

1225 Laurel St.

Columbia, SC 29201

SC, Kingstree

John H. Whittleton 843-354-9070 (Phone)

Williamsburg/Lake City Enterprise Community 843-354-3252 (Fax)

Kingstree, SC 29558

SC, Sumter

Mr. Talmadge Tobias 803-436-2577 (Phone)

City of Sumter 803-436-2615 (Fax)

P.O. Box 1449

Sumter, SC 29151-1449

SD, Kyle

Head Herb Wounded 605-455-1570 (Phone)

Oglala Sioux-Pine Ridge Empowerment Zone 605-455-1571 (Fax)

Kyle, SD 57752

SD, Yale

Lori Hintz 605-599-2991 (Phone)

Beadle & Spink Enterprise Community 605-599-2992 (Fax)

Yale, SD 57752

TN, Huntsville

Leslie Winningham 423-663-3280 (Phone)

Scott-McCreary Enterprise Community 423-663-3290 (Fax)

Huntsville, TN 37756

TN, Knoxville

Ms. Jeanette Kelleher 865-215-2116 (Phone)

City of Knoxville 865-215-2962 (Fax)

Department of Community Development

P.O. Box 1631

Knoxville, TN 37901

Ms. Sherry Kelley Marshall 865-251-5300 (Phone)

Partnership for Neighborhood Improvement 865-522-5085 (Fax)

P.O. Box 2464

Knoxville, TN 37901

TN, Memphis

Mr. Joseph C. Gibbs 901-526-9300 (Phone)

City of Memphis 901-525-2357 (Fax)

Business Development Center

555 Beale St.

Memphis, TN 38103-3297

John Sicola 901-545-4610 (Phone)

Fayette/Haywood Enterprise Community 901-545-3519 (Fax)

Memphis, TN 38103

TN, Nashville

Mr. Paul Johnson 616-252-8543 (Phone)

Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency 615-252-8559 (Fax)

Department of Community Development

701 S. Sixth St.

Nashville, TN 37206

TN, Rutledge

Marvin Hammond 865-828-5927 (Phone)

Clinch-Powell Enterprise Community 865-828-5212 (Fax)

Rutledge, TN 37861

Lindy Turner 865-828-5927 (Phone)

Clinch-Powell Enterprise Community 865-828-5212 (Fax)

Rutledge, TN 37861

TX, Dallas

Mr. Mark G. Obeso 214-670-3601 (Phone)

City of Dallas 214-670-0156 (Fax)

Department of Housing

1500 Marilla St. Suite 6D N.

Dallas, TX 75201

TX, El Paso

Ms. Cecilia Vazquez 915-351-1680 (Phone)

El Paso Empowerment Zone 915-351-1679 (Fax)

201 S. Main St. Suite 1603

El Paso, TX 79901

TX, Houston

Ms. Judith Garrett Butler 713-247-2666 (Phone)

City of Houston 713-247-3985 (Fax)

Office of the Mayor

P.O. Box 1562

Houston, TX 77252-1562

TX, Mercedes

Yvonne "Bonnie" Gonzalez 956-514-4000 (Phone)

Rio Grande Valley Empowerment Zone 956-514-4007 (Fax)

Mercedes, TX 78570

TX, San Antonio

Mr. Curley Spears 210-207-6605 (Phone)

City of San Antonio 210-886-0006 (Fax)

Department of Housing and Community Development

419 S. Main St. Suite 200

San Antonio, TX 78204

TX, Uvalde

Tammye Carpinteyro 830-278-6817 (Phone)

Futuro Enterprise Community 830-278-6905 (Fax)

Uvalde, TX 78801

TX, Waco

Mr. George Johnson, Jr. 254-750-5640 (Phone)

City of Waco 254-750-5880 (Fax)

300 Austin Ave.

Waco, TX 76701-2570

UT, Blanding

Larry Rogers 435-678-1468 (Phone)

Four Corners Enterprise Community 435-678-1464 (Fax)

Blanding, UT 84511

UT, Ogden

Ms. Karen Thurber 801-629-8943 (Phone)

City of Ogden 801-629-8902 (Fax)

Department of Neighborhood Development

2484 Washington Blvd. Suite 211

Ogden, UT 84401

VA, Nassawadox

Arthur Carter 757-442-4509 (Phone)

Accomack/Northampton Enterprise Community 757-442-7530 (Fax)

Nassawadox, VA 23413

VA, Norfolk

Mr. Landis Faulcon 757-624-8650 (Phone)

Norfolk Works, Inc. 757-622-4623 (Fax)

Empowerment 2010

201 Granby St. Suite 100A

Norfolk, VA 23510

VT, Burlington

Ms. Margaret Bozik 802-865-7171 (Phone)

City of Burlington 802-865-7024 (Fax)

Office of Community and Economic Development

149 Church St. City Hall, Room 32

Burlington, VT 05401

WA, Colville

Martin E. Wold 509-684-4571 (Phone)

Five Star Enterprise Community 509-684-4788 (Fax)

Colville, WA 99114

WA, Seattle

Mr. Ben Wolters 206-684-8591 (Phone)

City of Seattle 206-684-0379 (Fax)

Office of Economic Development

600 Fourth Ave. Seattle Municipal Bldg., Room 205

Seattle, WA 98104-1826

WA, Sunnyside

Mike Gregory 509-839-6847 (Phone)

Lower Yakima County Enterprise Community 509-839-7462 (Fax)

Sunnyside, WA 98944

WA, Tacoma

Dr. Shirl E. Gilbert, III 253-383-2007 (Phone)

Tacoma Urban League 253-383-4818 (Fax)

2550 S. Yakima Ave.

Tacoma, WA 98405

Ms. Cynthia Spry 253-627-2175 (Phone)

Tacoma/Pierce County Chamber of Commerce 253-597-7305 (Fax)

P.O. Box 1933

Tacoma, WA 98401-1933

WI, Lac du Flambeau

Karlene Zajicek 715-588-3303 (Phone)

Northwoods NiiJii Enterprise Community 715-588-9408 (Fax)

Lac du Flambeau, WI 54135

WI, Milwaukee

Mr. Glen Mattison 414-286-3760 (Phone)

City of Milwaukee 414-286-5003 (Fax)

Community Block Grant Administration

200 E. Wells St. City Hall, Room 606

Milwaukee, WI 53202

WV, Charleston

Ben Newhouse 304-340-7060 (Phone)

Upper Kanawha Valley Enterprise Community 304-343-3774 (Fax)

Charleston, WV 25301

WV, Clay

Jerry Sizemore 304-587-2034 (Phone)

Central Appalachia Enterprise Community 304-587-2027 (Fax)

Clay, WV 25043

WV, Huntington

Ms. Cathy Burns 304-696-5533 (Phone)

Huntington WV/Ironton OH Empowerment Zone Inc. 304-696-4465 (Fax)

P.O. Box 1659

Huntington, WV 25717

WV, Wilcoe

Dr. Clif Moore 304-448-2118 (Phone)

McDowell County Enterprise Community 304-448-3287 (Fax)

Wilcoe, WV 24895


This appendix to the General Section of the SuperNOFA contains the standard forms, certifications and assurances used by the majority if not all of the programs that are part of the SuperNOFA.

Content Archived: January 27, 2010

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