The Office of State Planning Coordination (OSPC) works to improve the coordination and effectiveness of land use decisions made by state, county, and municipal governments while building and maintaining a high quality of life in the State of Delaware. [Read More]
What's Going On . . .
November PLUS Meeting Set
An agenda has been posted for the November 16, 2016 meeting of the Preliminary Land Use Service (PLUS). State agency planners will meet to review land use change proposals and planning documents prior to giving input to local governments, who make the final land-use decisions. The meeting will start at 9:00 a.m. in the second floor conference room of the Haslet Armory, on Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd. South, in Dover.
Applications Now Being Accepted for Revitalizing Neighborhoods
The Neighborhood Building Blocks Fund (NBBF) Board invites neighborhood revitalization programs, neighborhood associations, community groups, law enforcement, local governments and other stakeholders to apply for grants from the fund to support crime reduction, neighborhood revitalization, and economic development initiatives statewide. Applications will be accepted now through December 19, 2016. More Information
Downtown Development Districts Funding Availability – Fall 2016
The Delaware State Housing Authority (DSHA) is pleased to announce that the Fall 2016 funding round for the Downtown Development Districts (DDD) grant program is now open!
Grant rebates of up to 20 percent are available to qualified investors with qualified real property investments associated with commercial, industrial, residential or mixed-use buildings or facilities located within any of the eight designated Downtown Development Districts: Dover, Georgetown, Harrington, Laurel, Milford, Seaford, Smyrna and Wilmington.
Investors making qualified real property investment greater than $250,000 must apply for a Large Project Reservation no later than December 12, 2016 by 4:00 pm. Investors making a qualified real property investment between $15,000 and $250,000 may apply on a rolling basis, as long as funding is available.
For more information including Program guidelines and application materials, or contact Penny Pierson at 302-739-0246.