Pennsylvania Community Facilities Program Now Accepting Applications!

The Pennsylvania Broadband Development Authority (PBDA) has opened the application period for the COVID-19 ARPA Multi-Purpose Community Facilities (Facilities) Program and it will close 4.20.24 at 12:00 PM. We’d like to remind you as well that the PBDA and the Department of Community & Economic Development (DCED) Customer Service team are hosting two Office Hour Sessions to review FAQs for the Facilities Program and the DCED Electronic Single Application (ESA) System, next week.

Details to attend the Office hours as well as the recording of the Facilities Program overview and the DCED Electronic Single Application (ESA) system walkthrough can be viewed at the links below. The presentation is also available on this same page.

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