Neighborhood Enterprise Division
The Neighborhood Enterprise Division seeks to increase the supply of affordable housing through a variety of rental and homeownership programs for the community’s low- and moderate-income residents, as well as encourage neighborhood and housing sustainability through the preservation and rehabilitation of existing housing stock.
NED provides the administrative, fiscal and technical support required to plan, design and deliver quality housing, community development and related services. The division is responsible for programs such as the Neighborhood Renewal Initiative Grant Program
, Homebuyer Programs
and Homeowner Repair Programs
Public Notice: Emergency Solutions Grant RFP
The Escambia County Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program provides funds to rapidly re-house homeless individuals and families and prevent families and individuals from homelessness. Escambia County is requesting proposals from qualified, local 501(c)(3) non profit organization(s) who are interested in implementing the Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) and Homeless Prevention (HP) activities under the ESG program. The Request for Proposals (RFP) is seeking a partner that is able to administer client intake, property inspections, and utilize the HMIS and coordinated entry intake systems. Approximately $65,321 is available under this strategy for income eligible households; a portion of this funding may be utilized for administrative oversight.
Download the ESG Request for Proposal or request electronically by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. 3/30 UPDATE: Proposals will be accepted on an ongoing basis until funds are encumbered.
Due to COVID-19, HUD has provided guidance related to the availability of certain requirements related to the implementation of HP/RRH assistance. Read the HUD Guidance for ESG Waivers-to-Prevent-the-Spread-of-COVID-19.