When: Wednesday, March 21st, 1 p.m.
Where: Green Mountain Technology and Career Center
738 Route 15 West
Hyde Park, VT 05655
Remote option: Participate in the NBRC Webinar
Agenda: Click here for meeting agenda
Contact Katie Corrigan at Katie.Corrigan@Vermont.gov or 802.272.1420 for additional information or to request special accommodations.
2018 Applications are now being accepted!
Letters of notification are due: March 30, 2018
Letters must include: Section A General Information (all), Section B Project information (sections 9-13) and Section C Project Financing (section 33): Please compile these into one pdf and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: For interested applicants, Vermont-specific scoring criteria.
The Northern Border Regional Commission, (NBRC) invests in community and economic development projects in economically distressed counties across Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York. In Vermont, six counties are included in the NBRC eligible service territory: Essex, Orleans, Caledonia, Lamoille, Franklin, and Grand Isle.
Eligible applicants include public or non-profit entities and applications for grant funding can focus on projects in any of the following program areas:
• Transportation infrastructure
• Basic public infrastructure
• Telecommunications infrastructure
• Workforce development, entrepreneurship and businesses and technology development
• Resources and open space conservation, tourism and recreation
• Renewable and alternative energy.
In the counties of Essex, Orleans, and Caledonia, projects for basic health care and other public services are also eligible.
Governor Scott is represented on the Commission by his chosen Alternate, Ted Brady, Deputy Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Commerce & Community Development. Secretary Brady details most NBRC partnership duties to Katie Corrigan, NBRC Program Manager at the Agency.
If you have any questions about the Northern Border Regional Commission, please contact Vermont’s NBRC Program Manager, Katie Corrigan at Katie.Corrigan@Vermont.gov or 802.272.1420