CDBG funds must be used to primarily 1) benefit individuals and families who earn very low, low or moderate incomes; 2) improve neighborhoods in which over 51% of the residents earn very low, low or moderate incomes; and 3) improve accessibility for people with disabilities. The Portsmouth CDBG program is funded by U.S Housing & Urban Development.
Contact Elise Annunziata, Community Development Coordinator at 603-610-7281 if any questions about the CDBG program.
Contact Kelly Harper, Human Resources Director at 603-610-4478 if you have any ADA accessibility requests or questions.
|Judith Bunnell||534 Colonial Dr.||4/7/2014|
|Marie Cowgill||88 Wibird St.||3/20/2017|
|Alison Hamilton||61 Lawrence St.||1/22/2013|
|Hannah Meade, Chair||29 Sutton Ave.||11/16/2015|
|Janet Phelps||32 Shearwater Dr.||2/20/2018|
|Jonathan Sandberg, Vice Chair||160 Bartlett St.||10/19/2015|
|Michelle Consolazio||77 Hanover St.||10/05/2020|