Funding Opportunities

The items below include Notices of Funding Availability (NOFA) and Requests for Proposal (RFPs). Eligible non-profit organizations, for-profit developers, and government agencies are invited to apply for competitive funding for eligible projects and programs. Applications are currently being accepted for the following:


Funding for Affordable Housing, Public Facilities & Infrastructure, and Services

Snohomish County announces the availability of an estimated $3 million in funds for affordable housing, public facilities, infrastructure, and services.   Funding is available under the following programs:  Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and local Ending Homelessness Program (EHP).

The funds may be used for projects that principally benefit low-and-moderate income households. Applications must be received by 4 p.m. on Friday November 5, 2021.   Application materials may be found on the Applications for Available Funds web page.

East County Coordinated Entry Navigation Services

Snohomish County announces a Request for Proposals (RFP) for East County Coordinated Entry Navigation Services. This service is funded by the Ending Homelessness Program (EHP).  Applications are due by 4:00 pm, Thursday, December 31, 2020. Additional information and the application is available on the East County Coordinated Entry RFP page.

Public Comment Periods and Public Hearings


Snohomish County is seeking public review and comment on the Draft 2020 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (Draft 2020 CAPER) through October 22, 2021.  All interested persons, organizations, and local governments are encouraged to review and comment on the report. The draft report is available on the Consolidated Plan for 2020-2024 web page.

Public Meetings

Partnership to End Homelessness Board Information and Meeting Schedule.

Historically, the Homeless Policy Task Force Coordinating Committee (HPTF CC) and the Investing in Families Strategic Advisory Committee (SACC) functioned as separate bodies to fulfill the needs of our community around issues of homelessness and poverty. On August 29, 2013, the two bodies agreed to merge and function under one new governance structure. To facilitate the transition to one governing body, the current members of both bodies were appointed to an Interim Board charged with creating a governance charter over the course of three meetings and several committees. On December 19, 2013, the new governance charter and name of the board were ratified.

More information is available on the Partnership to End Homelessness Board webpage.