Utah receives $3.7 million from HUD to improve public housing

Utah Housing Department will use funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to upgrade housing for families and seniors after receiving more than $ 3.7 million in grants.

In total, HUD has awarded more than $ 34 million to more than 100 public housing authorities (PHAs) in the six states of the Rocky Mountain Region to make capital investments in their public housing units.

The announced grants will be made available under the HUD Capital Fund program, which provides all public housing authorities with annual funding for the construction, renovation and / or modernization of public housing in their communities. Housing authorities can use the funds to carry out extensive improvements such as replacing roofs or energy-efficient upgrades of heating systems and installing water protection measures.

For more than 80 years, the federal government has invested billions of dollars in public housing development and maintenance, including providing critical support through the capital fund grants announced today.

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UTAH TOTAL – $ 3,705,120

Beaver City Housing Authority – $ 37,606
Davis Community Housing Authority – $ 370,483
Carbon County Housing Authority – $ 310,971
Salt Lake City Housing Authority – $ 506,933
Ogden City Housing Authority – $ 504,502
Provo City Housing Authority – $ 645,982
Salt Lake County Housing Agency – $ 1,192,129
St. George Housing Authority – $ 74,655
Tooele County Housing Authority – $ 61,859

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