Our Mission

We provide access to funding to benefit underserved communities.

Our Vision

To be the premiere nonprofit community investor, known for providing the most innovative, efficient and highest quality services, improving the lives of all Arizonans.

Our Impact

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issued in private activity bonds since 2009
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awarded as grants to Maricopa County nonprofits since 2011
new homeowners helped with down payment assistance since 2012
students received higher education scholarships since 2018


What’s New

Find out what’s going on and stay up to date.

Phoenix IDA and PCDIC Update | June 2024

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Phoenix IDA Provides Bonds for Goodwill Projects The Phoenix IDA recently closed two lease revenue bonds for the Phoenix-based... Read More → Phoenix IDA and PCDIC Update | June 2024

Phoenix IDA and PCDIC Update | May 2024

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Just Published! 2023 Impact Summary The Phoenix IDA and Phoenix Community Development & Investment Corporation (PCDIC) are pleased to... Read More → Phoenix IDA and PCDIC Update | May 2024

Phoenix IDA and PCDIC Update | April 2024

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NOAH Palomino Health Center Receives NMTC Allocation The Phoenix Community Development & Investment Corporation (PCDIC), which is... Read More → Phoenix IDA and PCDIC Update | April 2024

Public Finance

Financing projects in Phoenix and beyond with focus on affordable housing, healthcare, community & economic development, and education. The Phoenix IDA encourages sustainability in the projects it finances.

Assisting low- and moderate-income individuals and families with down payment and closing cost assistance, plus low-interest mortgage loans in Maricopa county.

Impacting the community by investing in small businesses, nonprofits and other borrowers – from loans to innovative programs.

Innovative Public Financing

The Phoenix IDA has financed more than $3.3 billion across Arizona and the nation during the past 10+ years.

With a wealth of experience in public financing, the Phoenix IDA team assists community-focused organizations accomplish their goals. The Phoenix IDA encourages a focus on sustainability in the projects it finances. 

Tools include private activity bonds and New Markets Tax Credits.

Advancing Homeownership

The Phoenix IDA advances responsible low- to moderate-income homeownership through various programs to strengthen communities and the economy.

Beyond the economic impact, homeownership has numerous social benefits for individuals and families, which in turn benefits the entire community. Those benefits include increased educational attainment, civic involvement, health outcomes and public safety.

Community Lending and Investment

Along with community lenders and collaborators, the Phoenix IDA uses various tools to invest in the community – from impact loans to competitive community grants to innovative programs. Please contact us if you need financing for a project that will benefit Phoenix residents and improve the community.

Public Meetings

Upcoming TEFRA Hearing(s):

The Phoenix IDA holds public hearings for bond transactions as required by Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code. These hearings are known as TEFRA Hearings since they were instituted by the federal Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 (“TEFRA”).

The purpose of the TEFRA hearing is to receive comments from interested parties on matters regarding the issuance of bonds and the location and nature of the project for which the bond funds will be used.


Our Team

Board of Directors

The Phoenix IDA is governed by a nine-member board of directors. Each member serves a six-year term and is appointed by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Phoenix.

Phoenix IDA Staff

The Phoenix IDA employs a team of professional staff with a passion to serve the community.

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