The Massachusetts Community Preservation Act (CPA) provides local and state funds for affordable housing, historic resources, open space and recreation land. Click on any of this site's main links to learn more about the CPA and Newton's program.
(For a slide show of past Newton CPA projects by neighborhood, click here.)
Community Preservation Committee, Thursday, 8 September 2016, 7:00 p.m., City Hall Room 204
Agenda requests and written materials for the CPC's September pre-meeting packet are due by Wednesday, 24 August 2016 (earlier than usual, because of the Labor Day holiday).
For submission deadlines and dates of later CPC meetings, use our Calendar link. Off-cycle full proposals are due 1 month prior to their requested public hearing dates -- significantly earlier than the regular deadlines.
The required first steps in the funding process are an in-person orientation meeting with staff and discussion of a short pre-proposal with the CPC at one of its regular public meetings.
For a full-size PDF version of this slide show, click here.
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