HUD Budget Cuts Put Over 3700 NJ Jobs at Risk National association issues analysis of Trump budget economic impact
Following the official release of President Trump’s proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 budget for the Department of Housing an...
Report on NJ Lead in Drinking Water Response Shows State Slow on Remediation; Legislators & Advocates Call for Bulked Up State Response for Both Testing, Remediation & FundingState Deadline for School Lead Water Testing in July; Remediation Unansw...
Main Street at Risk under Proposed Trump Budget, says NetworkInitial reports reveal $6 billion cut to housing agency
Preliminary budget documents released today reveal a proposed $6 billion cut by the Trump Administration to the Department of H...
Three Quarters Extremely Low-Income NJ Residents Pay Over Half Their Income on RentDemand for affordable rentals outpaces supply according to new national study
According to a national report, 75 percent of New Jersey’s extremely low inco...
City of Elizabeth Supports Effort to Build a Thriving NJCouncil approve resolution urging state officials to invest in affordable homes
The City of Elizabeth City Council, with the support of Mayor J. Christian Bollwage, have voted this week i...
NJ Legislature Approves Code Blue Program for CountiesBill to shelter homeless individuals during inclement weather heads to governor
The New Jersey State Senate voted in favor of a bill that requires county emergency management coordinators t...
Struggling Sandy Homeowners Win Foreclosure ReliefSandy foreclosure moratorium becomes law2/10/2017
After vetoing previous efforts, Governor Chris Christie today signed into law legislation that provides foreclosure protection to homeowners with property...
Childhood Lead Prevention Advocates Applaud Newly Signed LawRequires NJ regulations to be consistent with federal health agency
Governor Chris Christie today signed into law a bill that would require New Jersey Department of Health regulations ...
Hudson County Freeholders Unanimously Support Effort to Build a Thriving New Jersey Approve resolution urging state officials to invest in affordable homes
The Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders voted unanimously this week in favor of ad...
High Court Decision Creates a More Affordable NJ, says NetworkNJ Supreme Court rules towns must account for ‘gap period’
In wake of today’s ruling by the New Jersey Supreme Court regarding the fair housing gap period, the Hou...
Assembly Committee Approves Lead Prevention BillsAdvocates urge legislative leaders to support home inspection changes to prevent childhood lead poisoning
The New Jersey Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee today voted in favor...
NJ Legislature Sends Sandy Foreclosure Bill to GovernorHousing advocates urge Christie to sign moratorium on foreclosures for Sandy impacted homeowners
The New Jersey Senate unanimously voted in favor of legislation that would provide a tempo...
Over 50 Advocacy Groups Call on NJ Assembly to Advance Lead Prevention BillsLeaders urge passage of home inspection changes to prevent childhood lead poisoning
An array of housing, health, childhood and other community advocates asked leaders...
Statement from NJ Housing Association on Trump HUD Pick
On the heels of the announcement of Dr. Ben Carson as President-Elect Donald Trump’s choice to lead the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Network President and...
NJ One Step Closer to Removing Major Barrier for HomelessState legislature sends governor homeless fee exemption bills
Two bills that would exempt homeless individuals from paying fees on non-driver identification cards and birth certificates...
Statewide Housing Association Joins State to Host Housing Resource Fairs for Sandy-Impacted ResidentsEvent to be held for Cape May County residents Nov. 18
The Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey (the Network) is partnerin...
Statewide Housing Association Joins State to Host Housing Resource Fairs for Sandy-Impacted ResidentsHousing resource fairs to be held in Highlands on Oct. 26th and in Toms River on Oct. 28th
The Housing and Community Development Network of N...
2017 Gubernatorial Candidates Address Housing Issues at Sold Out Community Development Conference NJ association honors community leaders and municipal officials; introduces campaign for investment in homes and neighborhoods
Two announced can...
TTF Deal Could Harm Housing Choices, says Network$1.4 billion budget deficit estimated as result of transportation proposal
Housing advocates are expressing concern over the current proposal to fund the Transportation Trust Fund. It is estimat...
Summit Explores Status of Health in NJ’s Communities and Homes
The Healthy Communities and Homes Summit featured a panel discussion on advancing policy change with policy experts and elected officials. Pictured from left to right: Rose Fa...