Nash County offers different programs at different times, based on funding. The most common programs are emergency repairs grant and homeowner single-family housing rehabilitation.
CDBG-CV (Coronavirus) RFP and RFQNash County has received a Community Development Block Grant-Coronavirus (CDBG-CV) award of $900,000 from the North Carolina Department of Commerce (NCDOC) with no matching funds to provide emergency rent, mortgage, and utility assistance up to six months to low-to-moderate income households; provide Wi-Fi zones to assist LMI residents; and install handwashing stations in public facilities. The County will partner with CloudWyze and Nash-Edgecombe Economic Development (NEED).
The County is soliciting requests for qualifications for professional engineering services to assist the County in both: (a) developing a final engineering report; and, (b) subsequent engineering design and bid package services, and construction inspection services, of this project in compliance with all applicable federal requirements and regulations under the North Carolina CDBG-CV Program.
The County is seeking proposals for grant administration services to assist the County in management of this project in compliance with all applicable requirements under the North Carolina CDBG-CV Program.
RFPs/RFQs must be received by no later than February 11, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.
For submission guidance and general information, see below:
RFP for Grant Administration Services
RFQ for Engineering Services
CDBG-NR (Neighborhood Revitalization - Peele Drive)Nash County has been awarded a Community Development Block Grant-Neighborhood Revitalization (CDBG-NR) grant in the amount of $750,000 by the NC Department of Commerce Rural Economic Development Division for housing and public facility improvements in Nash County.
On February 17, 2021 at 3:00 p.m., Nash County will receive bids for 4 demolition contracts in the third floor conference room of the Nash County Claude Mayo, Jr., Administration Building at 120 W. Washington Street in Nashville, NC. This is an informal bid process. The 2018 CDBG-NR program is funded with $750,000 of NR funds and $5,000 in local Nash County funds. Nash County encourages participation of local Section 3 individuals and businesses and historically underutilized businesses.
The Elm Street Drainage System consists of a storm water drainage system, including appurtenant infrastructure, located in Nashville, Nash County, North Carolina which encompasses the Nash County parking lots and the Elm Street Right-of-Way from east of Alston Street to the terminus, and west of Drake Street, where the pipe empties into a ditch that ultimately drains to Stony Creek. Due to the age of the Elm Street Drainage System and semi-recent rainfalls (beginning with those from Hurricane Matthew), the Elm Street Drainage System is no longer adequately serving the citizens of the Town and Nash County and needs to be replaced.
CDBG-DR (Elm Street Drainage Project)
Elm Street Drainage Map Rendering
Project Management Agreement
Nash County Procurement Policy
CDBG-DR Compliance Package
Essential Single-Family Housing Rehabilitation
This program involves repairs to bring the whole house up to HUD Rehabilitation Quality Standards. Typically, this program addresses the home's heating and air, electrical, plumbing, floors, roof, accessibility, etc. Eligible households must be low income, and fall within a special need category such as elderly, disabled, or veteran. (For the 2020 program, applications will be available to the public beginning 8:00 A.M. on 7/1/2020 and ending at 5:00 P.M. on 7/10/2020. For details, see Assistance Policy below.)
2020 Assistance Policy
2020 Client Application
ESFRLP17 Bid Opportunity (3-19-2020)
The Disaster Recovery Program is designed to assist homeowners whose homes received at least $5,000 worth of damage from Hurricane Matthew. Eligible homeowners must not have been turned down
Essential Single-Family Housing Rehabilitation Loan Pool - Disaster Recovery (ESFRLP-DR)
Urgent Repair ProgramIn the Urgent Repair Program, one or two critical problems may be repaired, but the entire house is not addressed. Examples or work typically
2020 Assistance Policy
2020 Client Application
Eligibility is determined by the individual program, so there is not one standard of eligibility. Typically, the home to be repaired must be owned and occupied by a person whose name is on the deed. Some programs allow limited debt, like a mortgage or a home equity line, but others do not.
All housing repair programs are based on household income, which includes everyone living there even if some do not actively contribute to expenses. Again, the total income allowed depends on the program, but most are based on 50% or 80% of Nash County median income to determine the .
Rental properties are not usually eligible. The only case in which rental properties are eligible for repair is when Nash County is doing repairs in a specific neighborhood or target area. In that case, all substandard dwellings within the project area will be considered, whether they are rented or homeowner occupied.
Newly Occupied Assistance
Only homeowner-occupied dwellings are eligible. If you do not already live in the house when you apply or are planning on moving to a house that needs assistance, you are not a homeowner-occupant. Also, some programs require that you own and occupy the home for up to 5 years to be eligible for repairs.
Home Repair Grants
Nash County only takes applications when funds are available. When applications are available, notice is published in local newspapers and posted on Nash County’s website. You can also contact Patsy McGhee, Assistant to the County Manager, at (252) 462-2715 to have your name placed on a
The emergency repairs programs are usually the only actual grants available. The whole-house type rehabilitation programs are likely to be deferred payment loans, not grants. The property owner does not make a monthly payment, but there is a lien on the property for the
Manufactured Home Eligibility
Manufactured homes in parks are not eligible for repairs. Some repair programs limit the eligibility of manufactured homes. At a minimum, manufactured homes must be listed as real property for tax purposes and occupied by the owner of the land. Typically, the manufactured home cannot be rented or on family-owned land.