The Brockton Redevelopment Authority is in the process of developing a Consolidated Action Plan for the City of Brockton and we need your help in establishing community needs and priorities. We appreciate your time and participation! The Consolidated Five-Year Plan will establish community goals and act as a guide for resource allocations during the fiscal years 2023-2027. This plan is a requirement by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in order for the city to continue receiving federal funds through the CDBG and HOME Programs. We are currently in the process of obtaining translations of this survey and will post them as soon as they are made available. If there is a specific language you'd like to request, please let us know in the comments.
The Importance of Citizen Participation: A Q&A with Dr. Jackson
"Citizen participation is the opportunity for citizens—especially low- and moderate-income citizens of a community where CDBG-funded activities will take place—and relevant stakeholders to participate in an advisory role in the planning, implementation, and assessment of programs and projects." U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Citizen participation is a crucial part of the process for … Continue reading The Importance of Citizen Participation: A Q&A with Dr. Jackson
PUBLIC NOTICE: 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan Draft
PUBLIC NOTICE BROCKTON, MA – The Brockton Redevelopment Authority, will conduct a public meeting. At the meeting, the Brockton Redevelopment Authority staff and attendees will discuss the draft plans, suggestions, comments, and questions from Brockton groups such as residents, public agencies, community organizations, and other interested parties. Comments and suggestions from this meeting will be … Continue reading PUBLIC NOTICE: 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan Draft
Resource Fair & Hispanic Heritage Celebration
There are many resources available in the community and we want to make sure you know about them! Unfortunately, there are still people who are not aware of what’s available. An estimated 11,620 of the people in Brockton are Hispanic and make up a good amount of the people we serve. In an attempt to … Continue reading Resource Fair & Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Get the facts & get your child tested!
Are you looking to De-Lead your Property? The Brockton Redevelopment Authority (BRA) is committed to reducing childhood lead poisoning and has resources available to abate lead-based paint in the city of Brockton. BRA is now offering free assistance up to $15,000 per a unit to remove the dangerous lead hazards. The Lead Based Paint Hazard … Continue reading Get the facts & get your child tested!
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