HUD Public Affairs
May 17, 2022
HUD ANNOUNCES $10.3 BILLION IN GRANTS FOR HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES
Funding will enable the development of affordable housing and other activities to meet the needs of families and communities
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced $10.3 billion in fiscal year 2022 formula grants to communities across the United States for housing and development activities community ranging from the development of affordable housing to the modernization of public housing to economic opportunities for people with low and moderate incomes.
“This funding is an investment in our communities and provides important services to some of our most vulnerable residents,” said Marcia L. Fudge, HUD Secretary. “Our local partners will be able to use these resources to boost housing supply, expand economic opportunity and uplift American families.”
The grants announced today are provided through the following HUD programs, administered by the Department’s Office of Community Planning and Development (CPD) and Bureau of Public and Indian Housing (PIH):
Formula FY22 CPD Grant Program – $6.3 billion in stipends to eligible recipients in the following grant programs for all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and insular areas of the United States. Click here for a full list of recipients of the FY22 CPD Formula grant program. Here is a breakdown of the grants according to the CPD formula:
- Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) – $3.3 billion. The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program provides annual formula-based grants to states, cities, and counties to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and living environments, and expanding opportunities economic, mainly for low- and middle-income households. – income earners.
- HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) – $1.5 billion. The HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) program provides funding to states and localities that communities use – often in partnership with local nonprofit groups – to finance a wide range of activities, including construction, l purchasing and/or rehabilitating affordable housing to rent or own or providing direct housing assistance to low-income people.
- Housing Trust Fund (HTF) – $738 million. The Housing Trust Fund provides funds to produce affordable housing for very low income households.
- Housing Opportunities for People Living with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) – $405 million. Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA) grants provide rental housing assistance and support services to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families.
- Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) – $290 million. Emergency Solutions Grants (ESGs) provide funds for homeless shelters, help operate local shelters, and fund social service and homelessness prevention programs.
- CDBG Recovery Housing Program (RHP) – $25 million. The Recovery Housing Program (RHP) enables states and the District of Columbia to provide stable transitional housing for people recovering from a substance use disorder.
- CDBG CV-3 Reassignments – $3 million. CDBG Coronavirus (CV) reallocations fund coronavirus prevention, preparedness and response activities.
FY22 investment fund program price – $3.2 billion to 2,813 HLM Agencies (ASP) for the development, financing and modernization of HLM housing estates and for the improvement of management. PHAs receiving awards from the CFP formula are located in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. Click here for a full list of FY22 Investment Fund Program award recipients.
FY22 Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) formula allocations – $775 million to 594 eligible tribes under the IHBG formula program to fund affordable housing operations on Indian reservations, Indian communities, and Alaska Native villages. Eligible activities include housing construction, housing assistance developed under the Indian Housing Program, housing services to eligible families and individuals, crime prevention and security, and model activities that offer creative approaches to solving affordable housing issues. Click here for a full list of recipients of IHBG FY22 formula allowances.