Albany Community Development Agency
146-158 S. Pearl St. Facade Restoration
The Albany Community Development Agency is requesting bids from eligible contractors for the restoration of residential facades located at 146-158 South Pearl St. Bids are due by 2:00 pm on July 15, 2022. A mandatory site visit will be held at 10:00 am on June 23rd. All interested contractors need to contact email Mick Foley or call 518-434-5265 to RSVP for the site visit, or to ask any questions regarding the project.
Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) Response
In response to the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant provided funding to the City of Albany in the form of Community Development Block Grant Fund (CDBG-CV) allocation to be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19). This allocation was authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), Public Law 116-136, which was signed by President Trump on March 27, 2020, to respond to the growing effects of this historic public health crisis. There is now a second round of funding available and the application process for these funds is open. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all funds have been expended. Please read the guidelines prior to completing an application.
Please note, this application is a request for financial support for a program related to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is not a small business loan intended to sustain your organization. For information regarding small business loans and where to apply for them, please see the Support smAlbany website.
Program Guidelines & Application
ACDA offices are open and able to accept applications in person. When your organization's application is ready for submission, please call ACDA at 518-434-5265 to make arrangements to submit your application. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until June 30, 2021 or until all funds have been expended.
Action Plan Draft Comment Period Open
The City of Albany Housing and Community Development Agency is accepting comments to its Year 47 action plan and environmental review record. Anyone wishing to comment may do so by email to Faye Andrews - comments will be accepted until 4/29/21.
25 Delaware Environmental Review
- EAF 1 Land Development - Albany County Dev Agency Letter (PDF)
- EAF 1 Land Development - City of Albany Zoning Compliance Letter (PDF)
- EAF 11-12 Water and Sewer - Will Serve letter (PDF)
- EAF 14 Open Space - Site Plan (PDF)
- EAF 5 Energy Consumption - Sustainable Comfort Scope (PDF)
- EAF 5 Energy Consumption - Utility Calculation Report (PDF)
- EAF 7 Demographics - Market Study (PDF)
- Environmental review checklist EA (PDF)
- Phase I_2020-08-14 (PDF)
- Regulated Building Material Report_2018-12 (PDF)
About the Albany Community Development Agency (ACDA)
Albany Community Development Agency (ACDA) revitalizes our neighborhoods by increasing home ownership, providing resources for home and community improvements, and connecting partners to facilitate quality of life projects and workforce opportunities for residents with low to moderate incomes.
ACDA secures and manages millions of dollars in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds each year-which are allocated to sub-recipients through strategic grants, or to the community through housing programs, and Citywide neighborhood development or public improvement projects. These funds are often times combined with other funding sources to maximize community development initiatives, improve housing conditions, leverage strategic housing and neighborhood projects, combat blight, increase home ownership, and foster economic and commercial stability in deserving neighborhoods.
Through creative programming, ACDA helps to grow and strengthen our community-from home ownership and rehabilitation support, to homelessness prevention, to coordinating with local and regional partners on initiatives that offer economic benefits, education or creative outlets to our residents and businesses.
While HUD entitlement funding is a major contributor of Albany's livability, ACDA still aggressively pursues other funding sources and builds public-private relationships among all levels of government, City non-profit groups and private institutions, to better our neighborhoods.