The Storefront Improvement Program (SIP) provides rebates on a matching basis up to $10,000 for a single commercial property and $15,000 for a multiple address or corner business property to improve the front exterior of their commercial properties, making it more attractive to shoppers and growing the vitality and economic performance of the corridor. Eligible properties will be located on or within a block of a designated commercial corridor. The funds may be used for design and physical improvement of the exterior element of the building or external security improvements.
Intercultural Family Services, Inc. is committed to serving the needs of children and families through culturally competent, collaborative, family-centered programs. Their housing counseling program assists participants to become and remain homeowners, to enhance their home management skills, to sustain their family in a stable housing environment and to help them be successful with money management and budgeting. The agency’s two licensed behavioral health clinics provide therapeutic services to individuals and families to treat mental health issues.
includes review of city’s housing/community development conditions and needs for 2018-19 Annual Action Plan.
NorthCentral Choice update, Greg Heller of PRA Hidden City interview, New market West, EITC reminder.
HTF Annual Report
The Philadelphia Housing Trust Fund supports housing development and services