Each year, federal funding is available, either through loans or, in rare cases, grants, to support capital (typically predevelopment, construction and rehabilitation of facilities) serving low and moderate populations and communities in Anne Arundel County. Past projects have included construction of a day and vocational facility for individuals with developmental disabilities, rehabilitation of a historic Rosenwald school to house Head Start and other community services, and the adaptive re-use of a historic school building into a regional Boys & Girls Club facility.
The project must meet one of the Goals and Strategies identified in the Anne Arundel County Consolidated Plan: FY 2016 – FY 2020 to be eligible for a Capital loan or grant. Projects must also meet federal funding guidelines. All program rules and goals are identified in the Capital Projects Activity Recommendation Form, which can be obtained by clicking here or contacting our office at 410-222-7600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your organization would like to apply for a Capital Project grant or loan, please read more about Anne Arundel County’s housing and community development budget process here and be sure to complete a Capital Project Activity Recommendation form.Available Downloads: