Overview Of Services
CGP&H services include grant and loan research, procurement, and administration. CGP&H secures more than $15 million each year for clients. More than $250 million has been realized to date for CGP&H clients.
CGP&H researches available and emerging funding opportunities; completes thorough and detailed applications; and upon request administers the successfully awarded grant projects or programs.
CGP&H provides grant writing and grant administration services for the following types of applications:
- NJDCA Small Cities applications and reporting
- Energy improvement funding
- Public safety grants
- NJDOT grants
- Affordable housing funding
- Brownfields grants
- Historic preservation grants
- Public infrastructure funding
Grant Services Projects
New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) Announces the Availability of Funding Under the Brownfield Impact Fund. NJEDA’s New Jersey Brownfield Impact Funds will facilitate the redevelopment of brownfields by addressing funding gaps in order to make the remediation phase financially viable after which construction financing can be obtained by the developer. Another goal of the program is to minimize the negative environmental impacts of developing current green spaces for commercial and industrial use. Applicants must demonstrate site control and certify that they did not contribute to contamination on the site. All applicants must have a Redevelopment Plan for the contaminated property. There is no submittal deadline. Applications will be available on the NJEDA web site on January 20, 2022. Funds will be awarded on a first come first serve basis. For the first 90 days, applications will only be accepted from designated CCI Communities. These include Camden, Trenton, Perth Amboy, Bayonne, Bridgeton, Jersey City, Millville, Newark, Paterson, Paulsboro, Salem, and Vineland. After 90 days (April 20, 2022), applications will be accepted for projects not located in CCI communities, subject to availability of funding.
EPA Announces FY 2023 Funding Round for Brownfield Multipurpose Grants. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Multi-Purpose Brownfield Grants can be used to address sites contaminated by hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants (including substances co-mingled with petroleum) and petroleum. The applicant must be the sole owner of the brownfield site. Municipalities and counties are eligible to apply. Deadline to apply is November 22, 2022.
EPA Announces FY 2023 Funding Round for Brownfield Clean Up Grants. The EPA Brownfield Cleanup Grants Program provide funds to carryout cleanup activities on brownfield sites owned by the applicant. Applicants cannot be liable for contamination on the site and facilities on the National Priorities List are not eligible for this program. Municipalities and counties are eligible to apply. Deadline to apply is November 22, 2022.
EPA Announces FY 2023 Funding Round for Brownfield Community-Wide Assessment Grants. The EPA Community-Wide Assessment Grant Program can be used to address sites contaminated by hazardous substances, pollutants, or contaminants (including substances co-mingled with petroleum) and petroleum. These grants are appropriate for communities that are beginning to address their brownfield challenges as well as communities that have ongoing efforts to bring sites into productive use. Municipalities and counties are eligible to apply. Deadline to apply is November 22, 2022.
NJ DCA Announces New Funding Round for Local Recreation Improvement Grants. NJ Department of Community Affairs – Division of Local Government Services recognizes that access to outdoor recreation and community resources is essential for mental and physical health especially for residents with limited or no access to quality outdoor space or private recreational opportunities. This need was only highlighted statewide during the COVID 19 pandemic. The goals of this program include: providing funding to improve and upgrade recreational facilities, providing quality outdoor recreational space for underserved communities and assisting local government to achieve unmet recreational obligations. Counties, municipalities and school districts are eligible to apply. Communities that rank highest as most distressed within their respective county, have underserved populations and unmet recreational improvement needs will receive priority for funding. Deadline to apply is January 20, 2023.
John B. Comegno II, Chairman , Burlington County Bridge Commission