Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency | CoC: Competition Materials: FY2017
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FY2017 CoC Competition Page for Nashville, Davidson County, TN

On April 20th, 2017, the community present at the CoC General Meeting voted the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency (MDHA) as the Collaborative Applicant Lead and the Homeless Management Information System Lead for the FY2017 Process.

In its 2017 Notice of Funding Availability for Continuum of Care funding, HUD requires Collaborative Applicants to post on their website, at least 2 days before the application submission deadline, all parts of the CoC Consolidated Application, including the CoC Application attachments and the Priority Listing, and notify community members and key stakeholders that the Consolidated Application is available.   These two parts may be found in the links below.  Anyone interested in reviewing any of the applications for the 19 projects being submitted may contact Suzie Tolmie, Homeless Coordinator at MDHA, for a copy at .

CoC FY2017 Project Priority List
CoC FY2017 Consolidated Application
Click Here for the FY2017 CoC Competition Update
FY2017 HUD CoC Appeals Process
(Details Attached)

CoC 2017 Rating & Review Procedure
CoC 2017 Appeals Panel Process

CoC 2017 New Project Application (draft)
CoC 2017 Renewal Project Application (final)

Our CoC’s total Annual Renewal Demand is released in the “Grant Inventory Worksheet” (GIW) for each community. The link below is provided directly from HUD and identifies all projects funded that are eligible for renewal in the FY2017 Competitive Year.

FY2017 GIW for Nashville, Davidson County, TN

To view the funding criteria for this year’s CoC Competition, please click the link below to view the FY 2017 CoC Program Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)

FY 2017 CoC Program NOFA

HUD has a resource page that provides links to the guiding documents of the CoC Program Competition:

http://2017 CoC Program Competition Page: HUD Resources

HUD provided an optional ranking and review tool for local communities to use. It is not required and currently, has not been chosen as the ranking tool for Nashville’s projects.


Local news and materials related to the FY2017 competition will be posted here. All local materials are managed by Suzie Tolmie. If you have any questions, please contact her directly at

As of 07.21.2017