The New York City Council
Each year the City Council provides funding for a wide-range of capital projects citywide. In order to streamline the capital process the Council and the Administration have agreed to a set of criteria for the funding of non-city capital projects. These criteria and the guidelines for the submission of capital project are summarized in bullet points as well as in a more comprehensive set of guidelines. As part of the streamlined process all non-city entities requesting capital funding from the City must complete the non-city capital request form. In the past applicants were required to submit hard-copies of all forms to the Council, this year all non-city capital request forms will only need to be uploaded to the Capital Funding Request website. The request form is a writable PDF which you will need to download and complete. Once the application is completed you will need to upload it and all required attachments directly to the website. The Council will not require any additional submissions. It is suggested that you notify the member(s) or delegation(s) of your submission prior to uploading the forms to the website.
The City may, on occasion under certain circumstances, appropriate capital dollars to a not-for-profit organization for a particular capital project serving a defined City purpose, in spite of the fact that the property may not be owned nor leased by the City (a \\\\\\\"Project\\\\\\\"). In such cases, as required by the New York State Constitution, the Project must be operated such that it will continue to serve a City purpose for its entire useful life (which corresponds to the period that the bonds issued by the City to finance the Project remain outstanding). Projects may involve real property or Moveable Property.
GrantWatch ID#: 123566
$35,000 to $500,000
Registered to do business in New York State.
For projects that (i) are on property that is not owned or leased by the City or (ii) are owned by the City but are leased to a not-for-profit seeking to enter into a funding agreement or other contract with the City to receive funds to improve the property (in which case, approval from the City agency that acts as landlord is required and all improvements must comply with the terms of the City lease).
Before filling out the Capital Funding Request Form for Non-For-Profit Organizations (the \\\\\\\"Request Form\\\\\\\") all groups should review the instructions provided by each elected official from whom they are requesting funding:
City Council Instructions:
Bronx Borough President Instructions:
Brooklyn Borough President Instructions:
Manhattan Borough President Instructions:
Queens Borough President Instructions:
Staten Island Borough President:
E-mail CapitalRequests@statenislandusa.com for Instructions
March 15, 2010 - All not-for-profit organizations requesting capital funding from a Borough President.
April 5, 2010 - All not-for-profit organizations requesting capital funding from the City Council must submit a completed form by April 5, 2010. Submissions made after such date will not be reviewed or considered for funding.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Before filling out the Capital Funding Request Form for Non-For-Profit Organizations (the \\\"Request Form\\\") all groups should review the instructions provided by each elected official from whom they are requesting funding:
If you are interested in requesting capital funding for Fiscal Year 2011 from your Borough President, please contact:
Bronx - BMccray@bronxbp.nyc.gov or Jrausse@bronxbp.nyc.gov
Brooklyn - ASteininger@brooklynbp.nyc.gov
Manhattan - TBowman@manhattanbp.org
Queens - MScott@queensbp.org
Staten Island - email@example.com