The City of San José Housing Department is pleased to announce a
Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Neighborhood Recovery and Resilience
Program. This RFP seeks individual nonprofit agencies or a consortium of
agencies that will provide, directly or through partnerships, support services
and resilience building for low-income residents who were impacted by the 2017
Coyote Creek flood.
The goal of the Neighborhood Recovery and Resilience Program is to create a
comprehensive neighborhood plan that includes coordination and assistance with
rebuilding community networks in flood-impacted areas and connects residents to
resources that build resiliency and preparedness in the event of future
disasters. In the first phase of the contract, the nonprofit awardee(s) will
conduct a comprehensive needs assessment in the three impacted areas to
identify unmet needs and provide services. In the second phase of the
contract, the awardee(s) will develop and implement a disaster preparedness
plan in all three neighborhoods.
The RFP application is available on WebGrants. Completed proposals are due Friday,
March 22, 2019.
Housing Department staff is conducting a workshop for all RFP
respondents to review the applicable requirements. The workshop is scheduled
February 22, 2019
- 3:00 p.m.
Santa Clara Street
Parking is available in the City Hall garage located on 6th Street
between E. Santa Clara and E. San Fernando Streets. Bring your ticket to the
meeting for parking validation.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to send both a Project
Director/Manager and a staff member responsible for the financial oversight of
the project to attend this meeting.
To request an American Sign Language interpreter for the workshop,
please contact Shirlee Victorio (email@example.com) three (3) days prior to the