Granby participates in Neighborhood Assistance Act Program

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The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services has announced the 2018 Connecticut Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program that provides tax credits to businesses that make cash investments in qualifying community non-profit programs. Projects approved in the past have come from public service departments such as police, fire, ambulance, health service agencies, land trusts and more. Requests have included energy saving measures such as new windows, boiler replacement and fuel-efficient vehicles; programs for youth, parents and seniors.

This is the first time Granby will participate in the program. To be considered, community organizations must submit an application to Sandra Yost, Director of Human Services, Town of Granby, 15 North Granby Road, Granby, CT 06035 by June 4. Selectmen will hold a public hearing on June 18 to approve proposals for submittal to the Department of Revenue Services by July 2. Applications and information about the NAA Tax Credit Program can be found on the DRS website at or searchable by entering “Neighborhood Assistance Act.”

For assistance with the process, please contact Yost at 860-844-5351 or