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The Housing Department is currently accepting proposals for Rapid Rehousing for homeless and unhoused households.

The application deadline for the RFP is on 05/1/2017 at 12pm noon.

Notices regarding this RFP are also posted in the Housing Department's website.



The Energy Innovation Grant (EIG) Program will build the capacity of municipal governments in Santa Clara County to deliver innovative, effective, and replicable projects to encourage the adoption of energy efficient practices among targeted communities and sectors served by the Silicon Valley Energy Watch (SVEW). This program is managed by SVEW in partnership with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and is funded by the California utility ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).  A total of $180,000 is available for grants in 2017; individual grants are limited to not more than $90,000 each. There is no grant match required. 








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The City of San José (“City”) is now accepting proposals for service providers to deliver services and programming at City-owned neighborhood Reuse Sites. The City will provide service providers non-exclusive use of either the entire or a portion of certain community center facilities in exchange for programming and community services that align with the goals of the Community Center Reuse Program.  The deadline to submit proposals is Thursday May 30, 2017 at 4:00 pm.



The City of San Jose’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) announces the release of the Saint James Park and Urban Activation Grant Program. The goal of this grant opportunity is to work in partnership with both community-based organizations and private entities to transform Saint James Park and other urban parks and facilities into vibrant and amazing public spaces. PRNS invites proposals from government agencies, nonprofit and for-profit who are experienced in placemaking services. For more information, please contact Rocio Reyes, Grants Analyst for PRNS, at (408) 793-4185.



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