Grant Opportunities

​​​​​​​​The City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services (NSD), Human Services (HSD) and Housing departments receive federal funding, through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), to support programs that revitalize neighborhoods, provide homeless assistance, social services and affordable housing to low- and moderate-income Phoenix residents. 

The city receives Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG), HOME Investment Partnership (HOME), and the Housing Opportunities For Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) funding to provide these programs to the community.

To receive information and notifications on upcoming city of Phoenix grant opportunities, including Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), CARES Act or other grant related updates on future processes, you can subscribe to our Neighborhood Services Department (NSD) Grants Mailing List by clicking on the link ​here​​

For grant related resources and links,click here. ​​

Grant opportunities include funding for:

    • CARES Act CDBG federal grants to fund COVID-19 prevention improvements in public facilities, including public schools, to reduce airborne and contact transmission risks in public facilities that provide services to individuals and families with low-and moderate-incomes in the city of Phoenix
    • For more information, email NSD.CIP@phoenix.gov​​
COVID Shelter Acquisition Projects
    • CARES Act CDBG federal grants to fund real property acquisitions of emergency or transitional shelter facilities to provide expanded shelter space with overnight shelter beds within the city of Phoenix.
    • For more information, email NSD.CIP@phoenix.gov
Public Services
    • Programs that primarily serve low- and moderate-income Phoenix residents
    • For more information, email grants.nsd@phoenix.gov
Public Facilities Projects
    • Acquisition, renovation or new construction projects that will assist non-profit organizations to expand or establish services to low- and moderate-income Phoenix residents
    • For more information, email grants.nsd@phoenix.gov
Housing Counseling Services 
    • Operational support for HUD Certified Housing Counseling Agencies serving low- and moderate-income individuals
    • For more information, email jesse.garcia@phoenix.gov
Neighborhood Enhancement Program
    • Projects sponsored by city departments in partnership with neighborhood associations that address neighborhood needs in low- and moderate-income areas
    • For more information, email grants.nsd@phoenix.gov
Neighborhood Infrastructure Program
    • Projects sponsored by City of Phoenix departments in partnership with neighborhood associations to address infrastructure needs in low- and moderate-income areas
    • For more information, email grants.nsd@phoenix.gov
Residential Infill Development Housing Rehabilitation Programs
    • Projects that provides financial assistance to eligible low- and moderate-income homeowners citywide for emergency home repairs and/or to address health and/or safety hazards
    • For additional information click here
Small Business Assistance (SBA) and Economic Development Programs
    • Neighborhood Commercial Rehabilitation
    • Entrepreneurial Assistance Program
    • Management Technical Assistance Program
    • For additional information click here
Homeless Services 
    • Emergency Shelter (Operations)
    • Supportive Services
    • For additional information click here
Housing Projects
    • Affordable Rental Housing
    • Homeowner Assistance
    • Special Needs Housing Development Activities
    • For additional information click here
Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
    • Emergency Assistance
    • Rental Assistance
    • Acquisition/Rehab/Lease/Operating Assistance for Emergency/Transitional/Permanent Supportive Housing
    • For additional information click here


Contact Information
Grants Administration
200 W. Washington St., fourth floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Phone: 602-534-4444
Email: grants.nsd@phoenix.gov