Community Development What We Do »
The Community Development Office is a public investment agency within the City of Madison Department of Planning & Community & Economic Development that works with community-based non-profit organizations to improve the quality of life for Madison's low- and moderate-income people and neighborhoods.
The Community Development Division's contract management system allows organizations to both submit funding applications and request payments authorized by executed contracts with the CD Division. The staff is currently testing the site with a "Go Live" date of January 1, 2016.
The Community Development Division is currently accepting applications for Senior Adult Services and Crisis Support Services.
The Community Development Division is releasing a Request for Proposals to developers that would utilize the City's Affordable Housing Fund to leverage 2016 WHEDA Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, including bond financing, to meet one or more of the City's stated objectives.
Supporting efforts that respond to emerging community needs.
- Beach Clean Up Set for This Thursday Posted 5/5/2015
Madison Senior Center Calendar of fun! Take a class, join a discussion, enjoy some exercise!
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Find what the Housing & Urban Development income limits are for the City of Madison.
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Find City accredited child care / education programs, after-school & summer programs.
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Do you need assistance paying for child care while you're at work, school, or for other reasons?
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