Boost Nassau Recovery Resources

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How to Get Started

This site is your one-stop-shop for finding available resources you need to recover. Click on the tabs below to start.

  • Economic Impact will bring you to programs which support businesses and non-profits, from County, New York State, and Federal sources
  • Community Resources will bring you to programs to support individuals and households
  • Special Districts  will bring you to programs for Nassau County districts that perform specific functions in the community, such as fire, water, and schools
  • Infrastructure  will bring you to programs to improve Nassau County infrastructure and government services

Recovery Plan Performance Report July 31, 2022
Recovery Plan Performance Report August 31, 2021

  1. Community Resources
  2. Economic Impact
  3. Special Districts
  4. Infrastructure



Household Assistance Program

The HAP program will permanently close August 31, 2022. Applications not updated by then will be closed without further review. For assistance with your application please call the Boost Nassau Resource Center at 516-572-2888.

*Effective April 1, 2022, HAP requirements have been updated to conform to US Treasury Final Rule’s income eligibility thresholds.

A one-time $375 benefit for Nassau County households with annual Adjusted Gross Income of $76,050 or less; one application per household.

Nassau County COVID-19 Rental Assistance ProgramRental assistance payments to provide relief to households earning at or below 80% of Area Median Income (AMI) that are struggling to pay their rent due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Assistance to cover up to 3 months of rental arrears or unpaid rent as of April 2020. Payments made directly to the landlord/property owner on behalf of the tenant.
Local Administrators of the Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program

Assistance provided for households earning at or below 80% of Area Median Income (AMI) to cover up to 12 months of rental/utility arrears owed on or before March 13, 2020. Up to 3 months of additional rental assistance available for households spending 30% or more of gross annual income on rent. Payments made directly to the landlord/property owner on behalf of the tenant.

Residents in Nassau County will submit applications to various organizations depending on which Town or City they live in:

SEPTIC Grant Program - ResidentsSeptic Environmental Program to Improve Cleanliness (SEPTIC)

The SEPTIC program will provide grant funding to eligible recipients to replace a conventional or failing septic system with an innovative and alternative onsite wastewater treatment system. Nassau County is offering grants of 50% of the costs, up to $10,000, for homeowners or small businesses to install state-of-the-art nitrogen reducing septic systems.