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Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program

The Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) is a commonwealth grant program administered by the Office of the Budget for the acquisition and construction of regional economic, cultural, civic, recreational, and historical improvement projects.

Listings of Rounds 1 & 1A of 2015 projects
Click here to access the lists of Rounds 2015/1 & 1A projects and candidates.  

Listing of FINAL RACP Awards for Round 2014
Please click here to download a listing of the RACP projects awarded for Round 2014.  

September 30, 2013... the mailing address for all RACP correspondence is now: 
Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program 
18th Floor, Harristown 2 
333 Market Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101-2210

Be advised that projects that have previously received award letters dated prior to June 1, 2012, are NOT subject to new redesign procedures involving the selection criteria, submission of a Business Plan, or use of the revised June 2012 Application Handbook. All projects with a Grant Agreement in place or in receipt of an award letter prior to June 1, 2012, will continue to proceed through the RACP process as before.

Goals of RACP Redesign

  • Primary Goals
  • Why Redesign RACP?
  • Goal Achievement
  • Funding Rounds

Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program

RACP Selection Process

RACP Grant Process

Project Listings & Awards

Frequently Asked Questions

RACP Handbooks & Forms

Contact Us

NOTE: Requests for information in accordance with the Right to Know Law (RTKL), must be submitted directly to OBRightToKnow@pa.govRequests sent to any other email address listed on this website will not be considered an official RTKL request.

Be advised that any information included in the submission of a Business Plan and any attachments to the Business Plan may be subject to the Right-to-Know Law in Pennsylvania.

Please be advised that a new administration will be sworn in on January 20, 2015.  Therefore, the information regarding the RACP program is subject to administrative change after the aforementioned date.  The applicable modification may, either, be slightly or considerably refashioned, contingent upon the plans and priorities of the upcoming administration.  The resulting modification will be posted on our website once it is known.