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HUD approved our most recent Allocation Plan on  June 28, 2023.  

As a Participating Jurisdiction of HUD’s HOME program, the City of Missoula receives approximately $350,000 annually for housing projects that assist low- to moderate-income Missoulians in securing safe and affordable homes.

In 2021, we received an additional one-time $1.3 million direct allocation of HOME ARP funds.

Community priorities for these funds were identified through community outreach and engagement efforts, and documented in our HOME ARP Allocation Plan, which you can view in the Documents sidebar.

Identified priorities that are within allowable spending categories include:

  • production and preservation of affordable housing
  • purchase and development of non-congregate Shelter
  • supportive services

Applications for HOME ARP funding will be accepted through the Annual Unified Application cycle for Program Year 2023 (July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024). The application process begins with a Unified Application Workshop early January 2023.


What is HOME-ARP? 

 In 2021, the City of Missoula received $1.3 million in HOME-ARP funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development(HOME stands for the HOME Investment Partnership Program, and ARP is the American Rescue Plan) 

HOME-ARP dollars will primarily be used to address homelessness and supportive service needs in our community. This means we can fund things like developing additional rental housing, homeless shelters or transitional housing, and services that support our community like childcare, job training, housing search & counseling services, among others. 

These funds, however, are restricted for use to benefit certain populationsThese populations include those who are:

  • experiencing homelessness
  • fleeing or attempting to flee domestic violence in all its forms, 
  • veterans, and 
  • those at-risk of homelessness, which can include those who are living in poverty, those who have moved 2 or more times due to economic reasons, or those who are paying more than 50% of their income on housing.  


The Community Development division of Community Planning, Development and Innovation is exploring potential uses for these HOME-ARP funds.  


To receive a copy of the draft Allocation Plan or to review it in an alternative format, or to request special accommodations in order to participate, please contact Karen or Kendra (see sidebar); or contact the Montana Relay Service at TTY 711.

Para obtener una versión en español, comuníquese con Desarrollo Comunitario al 406-552-6630. Los comentarios son bienvenidos y alentados.

HUD approved our most recent Allocation Plan on  June 28, 2023.  

As a Participating Jurisdiction of HUD’s HOME program, the City of Missoula receives approximately $350,000 annually for housing projects that assist low- to moderate-income Missoulians in securing safe and affordable homes.

In 2021, we received an additional one-time $1.3 million direct allocation of HOME ARP funds.

Community priorities for these funds were identified through community outreach and engagement efforts, and documented in our HOME ARP Allocation Plan, which you can view in the Documents sidebar.

Identified priorities that are within allowable spending categories include:

  • production and preservation of affordable housing
  • purchase and development of non-congregate Shelter
  • supportive services

Applications for HOME ARP funding will be accepted through the Annual Unified Application cycle for Program Year 2023 (July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024). The application process begins with a Unified Application Workshop early January 2023.


What is HOME-ARP? 

 In 2021, the City of Missoula received $1.3 million in HOME-ARP funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development(HOME stands for the HOME Investment Partnership Program, and ARP is the American Rescue Plan) 

HOME-ARP dollars will primarily be used to address homelessness and supportive service needs in our community. This means we can fund things like developing additional rental housing, homeless shelters or transitional housing, and services that support our community like childcare, job training, housing search & counseling services, among others. 

These funds, however, are restricted for use to benefit certain populationsThese populations include those who are:

  • experiencing homelessness
  • fleeing or attempting to flee domestic violence in all its forms, 
  • veterans, and 
  • those at-risk of homelessness, which can include those who are living in poverty, those who have moved 2 or more times due to economic reasons, or those who are paying more than 50% of their income on housing.  


The Community Development division of Community Planning, Development and Innovation is exploring potential uses for these HOME-ARP funds.  


To receive a copy of the draft Allocation Plan or to review it in an alternative format, or to request special accommodations in order to participate, please contact Karen or Kendra (see sidebar); or contact the Montana Relay Service at TTY 711.

Para obtener una versión en español, comuníquese con Desarrollo Comunitario al 406-552-6630. Los comentarios son bienvenidos y alentados.

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