The City of Boulder’s Housing and Human Services Department is seeking applicants to serve on the Affordable Housing Technical Review Group (TRG), Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC), Health Equity Advisory Committee (HEAC) and Human Services Fund Advisory Committee (HSFAC).
The TRG provides recommendations to the city manager on awarding affordable housing funds, both federal and local, and provides direction and advice to city staff on other matters related to affordable housing finance. More information and an application for the TRG is available on the city’s website.
The CDAC’s primary role is to make funding recommendations to the city on applications from agencies for community development funding through the Community Development Block Grant. This funding supports many vital services, primarily by helping agencies acquire and maintain their facilities. More information and an application for the CDAC is available on the city’s website.
Members of the HEAC review Health Equity Fund proposals and make recommendations for program grants, in alignment with legislative intent for the city’s Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Product Distribution Tax and the Health Equity Fund strategic framework. More information and an application for the HEAC is available on the city’s website.
The HSFAC’s purpose is to review funding applications to the Human Services Fund and make recommendations to staff and the city manager for nonprofit community program grants that reflect human service needs and priorities. More information and an application for the HSFAC is available on the city’s website.
The role of these committees is advisory, technical, and not political in nature; members do not serve in an advocacy role for specific agencies or issues.
The city works to select members who represent the economic, racial, and age diversity of Boulder. Applicants will be screened for potential conflicts of interest due to personal or professional affiliation with current grantees or applicant agencies.
Applications for TRG and CDAC are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, July 8, 2022, please direct questions to Corina Marin at MarincC@bouldercolorado.gov. Applications for HEAC and HSFAC will be accepted on an ongoing basis, please direct questions to Elizabeth Crowe at CroweE@bouldercolorado.gov.
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