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All Bayonne Residents, please click one of the links below to participate in an important survey …
Take Survey in English
Tome Encuesta en Español
The City of Bayonne is in the process of preparing a Five Year Consolidated Plan for the program years 2015-2019.
These documents are required by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to distribute funds for
the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and other federal programs. The Plan will describe the City's
housing and community development needs, strategies, and priorities. These documents affect neighborhoods and
organizations across the City, and input from residents, city agencies and service organizations are vital to
identifying needs and allocating resources. For this reason, we are asking individuals to complete this brief
online survey as part of the planning process. You may respond from your home computer, or use a computer at the
public library, a church, or a civic center. This will help us gather as much input as possible. It is important
that we receive your input in order to prepare a complete and accurate plan that reflects our City's needs and
The results of the survey will be available for public review and comment and discussed at public hearings in
March and April of 2015.
Please go to the link above and complete the survey in either English or Spanish. The survey
should take about five minutes to complete. Please check bayonnenj.org for
updates and information.
If you have any questions, concerns, or comments about the survey, please contact Ms. Samantha Howard, Community
Development Manager at (201) 858-6120 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located in the Department of Administration, the Community Development and Grants Management Division improves the
quality of life for Bayonne residents by offering economic, social, and employment opportunities for individuals,
families, and neighborhoods in need.
The comprehensive programs and services are offered to the public as a direct result of relationships forged with agencies
and service providers throughout the area. Also, the Community Development and Grants Management Division funds improvement
programs through obtained grant funding to infrastructure, parks, transportation, emergency services, housing, etc.
We have a focus on rehabilitating housing for our low and moderate-income residents through our Property Improvement
The Home Improvement Program offers lower income homeowners in a single or two-family home a no interest loan up to $20,000
to correct existing code violations. The owner's income must fall within the Section 8 low income limits established by the
U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.
The Community Development and Grants Management Division will also provide owners of multi-family buildings who need to
undertake more extensive repairs with information and guidance relative to other available programs including those
administered by the City of Bayonne (Affordable Housing Trust Fund).
The Commercial Facade Program offers business owners a rebate of 50% of the total cost of facade improvements up to a maximum
amount of $10,000.
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program is a flexible program that provides communities with resources to address
a wide range of unique community development needs. Beginning in 1974, the CDBG program is one of the longest continuously run
programs at HUD. The CDBG program provides annual grants on a formula basis to 1209 general units of local government and States.
Non-Profit organizations that provide services to Bayonne's low to moderate income families and individuals may be eligible to
receive grant funding assistance with providing those services.
We regret that if renovation work is started before all the necessary documents are filed with this office, you will
be INELIGIBLE to participate in these programs.
Samantha D. Howard
Tel: (201) 858-6120
Non-Profit Construction & Operational Specialist
Tel: (201) 858-6120
Home Improvement Specialist
Tel: (201) 858-6086
Tel: (201) 858-6334