NOFA 2019


The CoC Program Competition for 2019 is now closed. The HUD Notice of Funding Availability for FY 2019 makes approximately $2.3 billion in funding available to CoC Programs nationwide. In 2018, the NYC CCoC requested approximately $120 million in funding through the NOFA.

The Notice of Funding Availability for the Fiscal Year 2019 Competition opened on July 3rd and closed on September 30th.  All projects were to be submitted to the CoC on August 30th for inclusion to the NYC NOFA application.

Learn more about the 2019 funding criteria and guidelines by reading the FY 2019 CoC NOFA and the FY 2019 CoC NOFA Highlights and Changes.

View the list of 2019 NOFA Tier 1 New, Renewal, and DV Projects Awards for the NYC CoC. HUD will announce 2019 Tier 2 funding in the near future.  For more information on the 2019 NOFA Awards article, please visit HUD.GOV.

NYC 2019 NOFA CoC Application 

The CoC application provides information about the CoC planning body, governance structure, overall performance, and the strategic planning process. This part of the application is scored and will determine the order in which CoCs are funded. Read the 2019 NYC CoC Application

NYC 2019 NOFA Priority Listing

Project applications must be completed by project applicants for all renewal, new, CoC planning, and include the population(s) and subpopulation(s) they will serve, the type of housing and services that will be provided, and the budget activities that are being requested. Read the 2019 NYC CoC Priority Listing

Review, Rating, and Ranking Process

The tool provides framework for implementing a data-driven review, rating, and a ranking process informed by system priorities and capacity analysis.  It also satisfies the objective criteria requirement in the FY 2019 CoC Program NOFA.  All applications for new and renewal projects are reviewed for threshold to ensure compliance with the HEARTH Act, the CoC Program Interim Rule, the Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), CoC written standards, and the local CoC Request for Proposals (RFP). Read the 2019 Objective Ranking & Selection Process.

Reallocation Process

The NYC CoC has implemented a comprehensive reallocation process that uses an annual performance evaluation, contract spending analysis and other performance related information to determine the effective use of CoC program resources. The CoC has reallocated projects in every annual competition since 2015 in an effort to create New Projects, including expansions to existing Renewal Projects within the NYC.  Read the 2019 Reallocation Process

Renewal Project Application Timeline 2019

DateActivity
Friday, August 9th Renewal Project Applications are due in e-snaps
Week of August 12th DSS notifies Applicants about missing and incomplete applications
Friday, August 23rd Revised Renewal Project Applications are due in e-snaps
Monday, August 26th DSS notifies Applicants about missing and incomplete applications
Thursday, August 29th All new and renewal project applications must be submitted to CoC 30 days prior to competition deadline of 9/30/19
Week of September 2nd Final DSS notification to applicants about incomplete applications
Week of September 9th Notify Applicants in writing, outside of e-snaps, whether their applications will be accepted and ranked on the Priority Listing or rejected (and reason)

For assistance with CoC renewal applications, please see our 2019 NOFA Renewal Project Training Presentation.

HUD CoC New Project Request for Proposal

Posted 07/24/19
Ahead of the 2019 NOFA, the NYC CoC released four RFPs for new projects seeking funds for Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), Permanent Supportive Housing - Supportive Services Only (PSH-SSO), Rapid Re-Housing (RRH), and Joint Transitional and Rapid Re-Housing (TH-RRH). The application period for these RFPs is now closed. 

New Project Application Timeline 2019

DateActivity
Friday, June 28th Applicants submit New Project responses to RFP to DSS
July 1st – July 25th DSS notifies Applicants about missing and incomplete applications
Friday, July 26th New Project Applications due in e-snaps
Thursday, August 1st DSS notifies New Project Applicants of acceptance or rejection of submission in 2019 NOFA
Thursday, August 29th All New and Renewal Project Applications must be submitted to CoC 30 days prior to competition deadline of 9/30/19
Week of September 2nd Final DSS notification to Applicants about incomplete applications
Week of September 9th Notify Applicants in writing, outside of e-snaps, whether their applications will be accepted and ranked on the Priority Listing or rejected (and reason)