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Posts Tagged ‘Neighborhood Revitalization’

Project Restore Accepting Next Round of Applications in Early July

Project Restore Accepting Next Round of Applications in Early July Application scheduled to open 7/7/2022 at 12:00 PM EST Project Restore will provide $25 million to fill vacant retail and commercial buildings and support business investment, job creation, and economic growth in Maryland’s communities. Businesses opening or expanding into vacant retail and commercial properties may be  Read the Rest…

Pro Bono Neighborhood Outreach

Since its creation nearly a decade ago, the Rebuilding Johnston Square Neighborhood Organization has worked to improve their Baltimore community. Guided by Executive Director Regina Hammond, the organization has helped create job opportunities, affordable housing, and green spaces while increasing neighborhood safety. Ms. Hammond and her group are also committed to improving the quality of  Read the Rest…

DHCD Launches New Neighborhood Revitalization Project Mapper

DHCD Launches New Neighborhood Revitalization Project Mapper The Neighborhood Revitalization Award Mapper provides detailed information on all DHCD Neighborhood Revitalization programs and projects from FY 2019-present including information on location, award amount, project name and project description. DHCD has launched its new GIS (Geographic Information System) interactive mapping application, Neighborhood Revitalization Award Mapper, that gives  Read the Rest…

Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Announces Fiscal Year 2023 Application Round for State Revitalization Programs

Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Announces Fiscal Year 2023 Application Round for State Revitalization Programs Funding Available from Community Legacy, Strategic Demolition Fund-Baltimore City, Strategic Demolition Fund-Statewide, Baltimore Regional Neighborhood Initiative, National Capital Strategic Economic Development Fund and Seed Community Development Anchor Institution Fund New Carrollton, Md. (May 12, 2022) — The Maryland Department of  Read the Rest…

National Radon Awareness

For the month of January, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) celebrated National Radon Awareness Month, educating homeowners about what radon is and how to test homes to prevent it from causing damage to families. The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development has been proud to partner with the Maryland Department of the  Read the Rest…

WALKTOBER Trails

WALKTOBER Trails We have made it to our last blog for the Walktober series. Get ready because we are sharing two different trails to take advantage of for the Halloween weekend. In the beginning of the series we first introduced the Great Allegheny Passage located in Western, Maryland. Week two, we presented the Lafayette Trail  Read the Rest…

WALKTOBER Trails

WALKTOBER Trails We continue our Walktober blog series by introducing you to a new trail located in Howard county. For those who don’t know what Walktober is, the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and other Maryland agencies, including the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development have funded and supported incredible walking trails throughout the  Read the Rest…

WEATHERIZATION MONTH

WEATHERIZATION MONTH Our new  blog series this month is highlighting 45 years of success for the Weatherization Assistance Program. Each week we feature the many benefits of energy efficient homes to help reduce total residential energy expenses and improve overall health and safety. The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development maintains the program for  Read the Rest…

WALKTOBER Trails

WALKTOBER Trails We’re back for the continuation of our Walktober blog series for the month of October. The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and other Maryland agencies, including the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development have had a great opportunity to fund and support incredible walking trails throughout the state. Last week we introduced  Read the Rest…

WEATHERIZATION MONTH

WEATHERIZATION MONTH What is the Weatherization Assistance Program and why should you care? This program was created in 1976 by President Gerald Ford who signed the Energy Conservation and Production Act into law. The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development maintains the program for Maryland’s residents.  The program supports the increase of energy efficient  Read the Rest…