DCTA Engagement Spotlight

To learn more about ways the Distressed Cities and Persistent Poverty Technical Assistance (DCTA) program is helping local governments build capacity, explore these stories. Each Engagement Spotlight showcases some of the exciting achievements by local governments and nonprofits participating in the DCTA program.

To learn more about the DCTA Program, visit the DCTA webpage on HUD.gov.


Coamo, Puerto Rico

West Memphis, AR

Learn how TA helped city leaders build capacity and develop a land bank to facilitate affordable housing development and to help first time home buyers achieve home ownership. With new knowledge, new partnerships, and new ways to engage its citizens, West Memphis can see a path to revitalizing the southeastern quadrant of the city.

Learn more about West Memphis, AR

Coamo, Puerto Rico

Coamo, PR

Learn about the exciting ways that Coamo has increased its capacity for managing federal grants and maximizing funding. Their economic development and affordable housing strategies provide examples of how local partnerships can support and advance growth in new ways.

 

Learn more about Coamo, PR

Hannibal, Missouri

Hannibal, MO

New Castle is working to facilitate economic and community development through stronger partnerships, coordinated planning, and increased staff capacity. City leaders are taking action with initiatives designed to enhance the vitality of the area by using a transformative approach focused on relationship-building and collaboration.

Learn more about Hannibal, MO

New Castle, Pennsylvania

New Castle, PA

One of the core objectives of the DCTA Program is helping cities build their capacity to achieve their goals. See how this community is working with a regional economic development partner to advance strategies for National Main Street status, Kiva Program participation, and other partnerships to meet its goals.

Learn more about New Castle, PA