U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) Programs

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Each year, the City of Missoula receives funding from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) in the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) programs.

CDBG and HOME funds must benefit Missoula’s low- and moderate-income residents and leverage resources to:

  • Improve the supply of affordable housing,
  • Assist with public improvements, and
  • Fund eligible public services.

Each year, the City of Missoula receives funding from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) in the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) programs.

CDBG and HOME funds must benefit Missoula’s low- and moderate-income residents and leverage resources to:

  • Improve the supply of affordable housing,
  • Assist with public improvements, and
  • Fund eligible public services.
  • Public Comment Open for City of Missoula's 2022 Annual Action Plan

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    We want to hear from you - here’s your chance to influence how federal dollars are spent in our community!

    Each year, the City of Missoula awards approximately $500,000 in federal CDBG funds to housing and community development projects and approximately $300,000 in federal HOME funds to housing projects that assist low- to moderate-income Missoulians secure safe and affordable homes.

    As a requirement of this funding, Community Development must publish an Annual Action Plan, which details the projects we’ve chosen to fund for Program Year 2022.

    You can view the report here. The report can also be found in the “Documents” sidebar.

    Comments are welcomed and encouraged. You can submit comments in the Forum (accessed above).

    A public hearing before City Council is tentatively scheduled for Monday, June 6, 2022.

  • Public Comment Open for PY21 Action Plan Substantial Amendment

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    Last year (Program Year 2021), Homeword applied for and was approved for a $500,000 CDBG grant to help support the Navigation Center, which is a part of the larger Trinity Apartment project.

    The Navigation Center will be located at the Mullan site to provide access to supportive services that will work with the programs already in place to help divert people from unnecessary hospitalization or incarceration and help combat chronic homelessness for the people that experience those challenges.

    However, before any contract was signed, Homeword notified the City that they were able to secure additional funding from another source, and therefore no longer needed the CDBG funds. City policy, however, requires that whenever there’s a significant change in funding or projects, we must publish the amendment, as well as solicit comments. You can find the report in the Documents sidebar.

    Comments are welcomed and encouraged. You can submit comments in the Forum (accessed above).

    A public hearing before City Council is tentatively scheduled for Monday, June 6, 2022.

  • Unified Application Funding Workshop Materials Available

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    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Community Development staff hosted a funding workshop for the open Unified Application Round on Monday, January 10, 2022. Details about the available funding sources and the application process were provided. A recording and documents from the workshop are available in the toolbar on the right.

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