Governor Carney officially designated four new Downtown Development Districts – in Delaware City, Middletown, New Castle and Clayton. Investors who make qualified improvements to residential, commercial or industrial properties in those districts now may qualify for state and local development incentives, including a rebate of up to 20 percent of eligible costs upon completion of the project.
DNREC allocates $158,728 to community environmental projects through state’s Community Involvement Advisory Council
DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin has announced 2019 Community Environmental Project Fund (CEPF) grant awards to nine Delaware non-profit organizations, totaling $158,728 in funding.
New grants available from DNREC’s Division of Energy and Climate to support strong, sustainable communities
Municipalities, county governments and partners invited to apply for new Sustainable Communities Planning Grants DOVER – DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate invites municipalities, county governments and their academic and non-profit partners to apply for the new Sustainable Communities Planning Grants now available. These competitive grants support planning and assessment projects that improve a community’s economy, […]
82% of non-profit funding dedicated to re-entry services; up from 46% in 2007 WILMINGTON, Del. – Today, Lieutenant Governor Matt Denn, Chair of the Criminal Justice Council, and Chris Kervick, Executive Director of the Criminal Justice Council, announced the 2014 Byrne Grant recipients at a press conference at the Rick VanStory Resource Center in Wilmington. […]