Indiana Housing Authorities Score $32M in Grants

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded $32 million to housing authorities throughout the state. The funds are awarded to help build, repair, renovate or modernize public housing.

The grants are being provided through HUD's Capital Fund Program. The department says the funding can be used to complete large-scale improvements, including roof replacements and energy-efficient upgrades to plumbing and electrical systems.

"In Indiana, the Capital Fund Program will help ensure that families and seniors are residing in public housing that is decent, safe and in good repair to build a better life," said Joseph Galvan, Midwest regional administrator for HUD. "It is part of HUD’s mission to protect consumers and meet the need for quality affordable homes for all and help provide a springboard to opportunity."

The Indiana recipients include:

  • Bloomfield Housing Authority: $141,749
  • Brazil Housing Authority: $508,804
  • Columbus Housing Authority: $317,693
  • Delaware County Housing Authority: $262,492
  • Fort Wayne Housing Authority: $1,642,778
  • Fremont Housing Authority: $61,985
  • Greendale Housing Authority: $68,229
  • Housing Authority City of Bedford: $273,933
  • Housing Authority of South Bend: $1,963,947
  • Housing Authority of the City of Anderson: $237,626
  • Housing Authority of the City of Angola: $322,597
  • Housing Authority of the City of Bloomington: $759,924
  • Housing Authority of the City of Charlestown: $538,677
  • Housing Authority of the City of East Chicago: $2,057,740
  • Housing Authority of the City of Elkhart: $1,379,793
  • Housing Authority of the City of Evansville: $953,083
  • Housing Authority of the City of Gary Indiana: $5,631,541
  • Housing Authority of the City of Hammond: $1,385,657
  • Housing Authority of the City of Huntingburg: $87,851
  • Housing Authority of the City of Jeffersonville: $781,655
  • Housing Authority of the City of Kendallville: $189,942
  • Housing Authority of the City of Marion, IN: $585,731
  • Housing Authority of the City of Michigan City: $350,397
  • Housing Authority of the City of Mishawaka: $597,269
  • Housing Authority of the City of Muncie: $936,408
  • Housing Authority of the City of New Albany: $2,242,307
  • Housing Authority of the City of Peru: $178,978
  • Housing Authority of the City of Richmond: $685,178
  • Housing Authority of the City of Rome City: $86,797
  • Housing Authority of the City of Tell City: $325,745
  • Housing Authority of the City of Terre Haute: $1,736,550
  • Indianapolis Housing Agency: $1,285,228
  • Knox County Housing Authority: $136,352
  • Kokomo Housing Authority: $1,058,097
  • Linton Housing Authority: $104,708
  • Mount Vernon Housing Authority: $103,152
  • New Castle Housing Authority: $266,826
  • Rockport Housing Authority: $228,389
  • Sullivan Housing Authority: $474,819
  • Vincennes Housing Authority: $755,821
  • Washington Housing Authority: $330,862

You can view the full list of recipients from throughout the country by clicking here.

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