May
17

HCD Presents: 2022 Multifamily Finance Super NOFA Webinar

Public Meetings

Please join HCD for the Multifamily Super Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) May 2022 Workshop.

The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is pleased to announce the release of the Multifamily Finance Final Guidelines and Notice of Funding Availability (Super NOFA) which offers an opportunity to apply for up to four HCD funding sources simultaneously and includes approximately $650 million in total available funding.

The Super NOFA and its applicable guidelines are intended to advance the State’s goal of creating 2.5 million homes by 2030, according to the 2022 Statewide Housing Plan [statewide-housing-plan-cahcd.hub.arcgis.com]. This program makes our multifamily housing funds accessible to more developers and communities, more equitable in serving the lowest-income Californians, and more targeted to achieve better health, climate, and household stability outcomes.

The Super NOFA streamlines our multifamily programs into a single application process consistent with Assembly Bill 434 (AB 434) requirements.

Please register for one of our in-person and virtual technical assistance workshops to obtain more detailed information on eligible programs and how to apply for funding.

If you have any questions, please contact SuperNOFA@hcd.ca.gov.

May 17, 9:00am, Online Event RSVP
May 17
Public Meetings

HCD Presents: 2022 Multifamily Finance Super NOFA Webinar

May 17, 9:00am, at Online Event RSVP

Please join HCD for the Multifamily Super Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) May 2022 Workshop.

The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is pleased to announce the release of the Multifamily Finance Final Guidelines and Notice of Funding Availability (Super NOFA) which offers an opportunity to apply for up to four HCD funding sources simultaneously and includes approximately $650 million in total available funding.

The Super NOFA and its applicable guidelines are intended to advance the State’s goal of creating 2.5 million homes by 2030, according to the 2022 Statewide Housing Plan [statewide-housing-plan-cahcd.hub.arcgis.com]. This program makes our multifamily housing funds accessible to more developers and communities, more equitable in serving the lowest-income Californians, and more targeted to achieve better health, climate, and household stability outcomes.

The Super NOFA streamlines our multifamily programs into a single application process consistent with Assembly Bill 434 (AB 434) requirements.

Please register for one of our in-person and virtual technical assistance workshops to obtain more detailed information on eligible programs and how to apply for funding.

If you have any questions, please contact SuperNOFA@hcd.ca.gov.