Infill Infrastructure Grant Program (IIG)
The purpose of the IIG Program is to promote infill housing development by providing financial assistance for Capital Improvement Projects that are an integral part of, or necessary to facilitate the development of, a Qualifying Infill Project or a Qualifying Infill Area.
IIG is grant assistance, available as gap funding for infrastructure improvements necessary for specific residential or mixed-use infill development projects or areas. Funds will be allocated through a competitive process, based on the merits of the individual Infill Projects and Areas. Application selection criteria includes project readiness, affordability, density, access to transit, proximity to amenities, and consistency with regional plans.
To be eligible for funding, a Capital Improvement Project must be an integral part of, or necessary for the development of either a Qualifying Infill Project or housing designated within a Qualifying Infill Area. Eligible costs include the construction, rehabilitation, demolition, relocation, preservation, and acquisition of infrastructure.
Eligible Applicants means one of, or any combination of, the following:
(1) A nonprofit or for-profit Developer of a Qualifying Infill Project;
(2) A city, county, city and county, or public housing authority, or redevelopment agency that has jurisdiction over a Qualifying Infill Area;
(3) A city, county, city and county, public housing authority, or redevelopment agency that has jurisdiction over a Qualifying Infill Area applying jointly with an “owners’ association,” as defined in the Street and Highways Code section 36612 for a business or property improvement district that includes the Qualifying Infill Area;
(4) The duly constituted governing body of an Indian reservation or rancheria that has jurisdiction over a Qualifying Infill Area or a Tribally Designated Housing Entity that is the Developer of a Qualifying Infill Project.
- May 12, 2021 IIG Guidelines (PDF)
- May 12, 2021 IIG Guidelines with Track Changes (PDF)
- Summary of Program Updates (PDF)
- Summary of Public Comments (PDF)
None at this time.
Applications are invited through the issuance of Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs).
Please be sure you are subscribed to the IIG emailing list to receive notifications and announcements.
- Fiscal Year 2020-2021 IIG Notice of Funding Availability (PDF)
- Fiscal Year 2020-2021 IIG Application (XLS)
- STD. 204 — Payee Data Record (PDF)
- FI$Cal Government TIN Form (PDF)
- Financial Assistance Application Tool (FAAST)
- NOFA Workshop Presentation (PPT)
- Questions and Answers (PDF)
- New! IIG Round 7 Applications Received – July 12, 2021 (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2019-2020, Round 6 — 2/24/2020
October 30, 2019 Guidelines - Amended February 14, 2020 (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2017-2018, Round 5 — 10/02/2017
Round 5 Guidelines (PDF)
FAQs (PDF) — 12/14/2017
Income limits (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2014-2015, Round 4 — 10/02/2014
Round 4 Guidelines (PDF)
FAQs (XLS) — 12/01/2014
Income limits (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2013-2014, Round 3 — 05/14/2013
Income limits (PDF)
- New! Corporation Resolution Template R7 (PDF)
- New! IIG Limited Liability Company Resolution Template R7 (PDF)
- New! IIG Limited Partnership Resolution Template R7 (PDF)
- New! IIG Public Agency Resolution Template R7 (PDF)
There are currently no management memos for the IIG Program on the website.
Training and Technical Assistance
There are currently no IIG Training and Technical resources on the website at this time.
- CalHFA Sales Price Limits (PDF)
- California Recycle Underutilized Sites (CALReUSE) Program (ASP)
- Mullin Densities � AB 2348 Ch. 724 (2004) (PDF)
- Rural Area Determination Procedures (DOC)
- What is an Enforceable Commitment Letter? (DOC)
- California Codes/Laws/Bill Information
- Multifamily Housing Program (MHP)
- Tax Credit Allocation Committee (TCAC)
- Legislative Information
- None at this time