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San Juan County accepting 2024 Home Fund applications

SAN JUAN COUNTY, WA. June 6, 2024 – San Juan County Health & Community Services has released a Notice of Funds Available (NOFA) for the Home Fund program’s 2024 funding round. Responses will be accepted through July 15, 2024. Eligible recipients are nonprofit agencies, housing authorities, private for-profit affordable housing providers, and public agencies.

Applications are solicited to establish a list of projects for funding in 2024. Eligible activities for this funding round include:

  • Acquisition, building, rehabilitation, and maintenance of housing for very low, low, and moderate-income persons and those with special needs.
  • Both rental and home ownership projects.

San Juan County is making $2,200,000 available for the 2024 funding round, with awards expected to be announced by the County Council in late fall 2024.

The NOFA application forms and other information are available on the Application Information tab on the Home Fund webpage at www.sjchomefund.com/applicant-information.

To schedule a pre-application meeting, or for more information on the Home Fund, the 2024 funding round, the NOFA, or other general questions please contact Housing Program Coordinator Ryan Page at ryanp@sanjuancountywa.gov, or visit the Home Fund webpage at www.sjchomefund.com.

For more information on the affordable housing programs managed by Health & Community Services visit the County website at: www.sanjuancountywa.gov/896/Affordable-Housing.

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About San Juan County’s Department of Health and Community Services    

San Juan County’s Department of Health and Community Services is responsible for community and environmental health, mental health and substance abuse programs, senior services, affordable housing projects, and more. The department has staff and offices on Lopez, Orcas, and San Juan Islands. For more information about San Juan County’s Department of Health and Community Services, visit www.sanjuanco.com/1777/Health-Community-Services.

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