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1855 Historic Map of Racine
The City of Racine will occasionally issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) or a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA). All project descriptions, eligibility, and application instructions are found within the listed RFP or NOFA documents. The City of Racine Department of City Development will provide reasonable accommodation to allow for equal participation in the RFP/NOFA application process. Please contact the Department of City Development to request reasonable accommodation.
The City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals if such a rejection is in the City's best interest. A RFP/NOFA is a solicitation for offers and shall not be construed as an offer, a guarantee, or a promise that the solicited services will be purchased by the City. The City may withdraw a RFP/NOFA at any time and for any reason without liability to applicants for damages, including, but not limited to, bid preparation costs.
Additionally, the City reserves the right to negotiate with selected applicants and may request additional information or modification from an applicant. When deemed advisable, and before a contract is issued, the City reserves the right to arrange an on-site visit/review to determine the applicant's ability to meet the terms and conditions of a RFP/NOFA.
DRAFT FY 2022 AAP
Public Service NOFA
2022_CDBG_Public Services NOFA
CDBG Code Enforcement NOFA_2022
Economic Development (MAP) NOFA
ESG NOFA (plus excel sheets)
Thank you for your interest in the TID 22 and 23 Repair and enhancement program! We are no longer accepting applications for 2022, but will begin to accept new applications in the first quarter of 2023. Check back in early 2023 for the application and program details!
The City of Racine and Mayor Mason believe in your potential! We want to encourage and support City employees in pursuit of their homeownership goals. The City of Racine Employee Homebuyer Assistance Program will provide up to $10,000 in down payment and closing cost assistance to City employees* seeking to purchase a home in the City of Racine. Please complete this application to get started!
*Excludes represented employees
City Employee Homebuyer Application
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