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Neighborhood Revitalization

Well-maintained neighborhoods play a central role in supporting overall community well-being and the high quality of life Montgomery County residents enjoy. DHCA's Neighborhood Revitalization section promotes healthy and sustainable communities in a variety of ways. Launched in 2009, the Focused Neighborhood Assistance Program (FNA) comprehensively addresses community needs as identified by residents and other stakeholders in geographically-defined areas, or “Focus Areas.”  The first Focus Areas identified under the Program to receive funding were the Mid-County Focus Area (Glenmont) and the UpCounty Focus Area (Germantown Park, formerly known as Cinnamon Woods). DHCA provides funding for the FNA Program by leveraging community HOA funds with grant funding from HUD to directly address housing and community needs. This may include targeted housing code enforcement, individual property and/or common area neighborhood improvements and enhancing other community services through collaboration with public and private partners. 

Neighborhood Revitalization Projects

Silver Spring

East County

Mid County


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