Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development

Tom Wolf, Governor
Dennis M. Davin, Secretary

Skip to main content

Neighborhood Assistance, Special Program Priorities (NAP/SPP)

Currently Inactive

This program is currently inactive. The page is only up for archival purposes. Visit to search the list of all active programs.

Search Active Programs


Download the guidelines for a complete understanding of the program and the requirements.

Download Guidelines


Tax credit program to encourage businesses to invest in projects which improve distressed areas.


The webinar held on October 21, 2011 to review the 2011 NAP and NAP/SPP Guidelines and Program Measures Report can be found here.



A project must serve distressed areas or support neighborhood conservation.  Projects must fall under one of the following categories:

  • Flood/disaster recovery efforts related to Hurricane Irene/Tropical Storm Lee
  • Integrated weatherization and housing rehabilitation
  • Preventing mortgage foreclosure
  • Reduction of blight and abandoned properties
  • Encouraging diversity within communities
  • Marcellus Shale-related projects
  • Refer to guidelines for specific priorities.


Tax credit equals 75 percent of approved project.  Total tax credit is limited to $500,000 annually.  Refer to guidelines.


Neighborhood Organization


For use by non-profit organizations for fundraising campaigns.  Refer to the guidelines.

How to Apply

DCED Single Application for Assistance.


Share This Page

The page was last modified: 02/10/2015