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HUD awards Indiana millions in affordable housing grants

Bloomington is one of several Indiana communities to receive housing grants. (photo courtesy of the city of Bloomington)

INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $105 million to Indiana communities. HUD says the funding, which come from several different grant programs, will support local affordable housing efforts.

The grants are part of $5.5 billion in funding to local affordable housing programs throughout the country. They grants are provided through HUD programs, including the Community Development Block Grant program, Housing Opportunities for Persons with Aids, Home Investment Partnership Program, Emergency Solutions Grants and Recovery Housing Program.

“These core programs provide our local partners the funding they need to provide homes and vital services to some of our neighbors in need,” said Acting Secretary Matt Ammon.

Indiana communities receiving funding:

  • Anderson – $1,323,601
  • Bloomington – $1,472,688
  • Columbus – $323,456
  • East Chicago – $1,592,473
  • Elkhart – $729,218
  • Evansville – $3,647,326
  • Fort Wayne – $3,322,218
  • Gary – $4,387,266
  • Goshen – $280,949
  • Greenwood – $324,392
  • Hammond – $2,848,203
  • Indianapolis – $16,038,693
  • Kokomo – $831,494
  • Lafayette – $1,470,337
  • LaPorte – $455,499
  • Michigan City – $679,140
  • Mishawaka – $467,759
  • Muncie – $1,815,201
  • New Albany – $679,538
  • South Bend – $3,655,208
  • Terre Haute – $1,933,121
  • West Lafayette – $474,743
  • Hamilton County – $1,092,260
  • Lake County – $2,104,878
  • Indiana Nonentitlement – $53,127,024

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