DCA Announces Neighborhood Preservation Program Expansion (NJ Dept. of Community Affairs)

Date Published: 
June 30th, 2021

From the Cape May County Herald:

The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) June 17 announced that the Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) is now accepting applications from municipalities and their partner nonprofit organizations to join the program. 

According to a release, the application cycle is open to eligible municipalities that currently do not have an active NPP district.

The NPP program, which the Murphy administration revived, in 2019, is designed to strengthen the economic health of threatened but viable neighborhoods in the state, and to encourage private investment in these communities. The program focuses on revitalizing neighborhood districts through local planning and community participation and building local capacity and coordination to maximize grant funding and get the work done. There are currently 20 communities participating in the program.

Read the Cape May County Herald's article "DCA Announces Neighborhood Preservation Program Expansion," featuring the NJ Dept. of Community Affairs.

Resource type(s): 

Sorry, this content is only available to members.

If you're a member of CLPHA, please click here to log in.

If you have not created your CLPHA.org account, it’s easy to create one. Click here for step-by-step instructions.

You can also click here to watch a webinar site tour that shows CLPHA members how to create website accounts for themselves and provides an overview of the site's functionality.

Otherwise, we invite you to learn more about the many benefits of CLPHA membership.