FY 2021 NOFA Headquarters

The Fiscal Year 2021 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Funding Competition for Tucson/Pima County application period closed on October 8, 2021.

NOFA ACTIVITIES 

January 29, 2021: City of Tucson submitted the FY 2021 CoC Program Registration to HUD on behalf of TPCH

May 6, 2021: City of Tucson submitted the FY 2021 CoC Review package to HUD on behalf of TPCH

July 13, 2021: HUD approved the final FY 2021 Grant Inventory Worksheet for Tucson/Pima County

September 9, 2021: TPCH released the call for proposals for new and renewal FY 2021 CoC and Youth Homelessness Demonstration Project (YHDP) funding for Tucson/Pima County. 

October 8, 2021: Local project applications were due to TPCH for review and ranking. 

October 29, 2021: TPCH released preliminary project ranking and tier placement. 

November 9, 2021: TPCH released final project ranking and tier placement. 

November 12, 2021: City of Tucson submitted the FY 2021 CoC Consolidated Application to HUD including the CoC Application, CoC Priority List, and project applications totaling $12,595,050 in requested funds for Tucson/Pima County. 

HUD awards will be announced in 2022. 

APPLICATION MATERIALS

The FY 2021 Consolidated Application and corresponding HUD submissions are available for download in the document library below.

 

DOCUMENT LIBRARY

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Operation Deep Freeze (ODF) is CURRENTLY OFF 

Operation Deep Freeze (ODF) is Tucson's winter severe-weather emergency shelter for people experiencing homelessness. ODF goes into effect when weather predictions are for overnight temperatures of 40°F or lower with rain, 35°F or lower without rain, or when wind chill factors indicate a health hazard from exposure. You do not need an ID or a TB card to participate in ODF.

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