CHICAGO – Several southern Illinois housing authorities are among 93 housing authorities in Illinois that will be seeing a part of $134 million in funding to make capital investments in their public housing units. That’s according to a statement released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Developments.
HUD says this money is part of more than $2.7 billion in funding released to near 2,900 public housing authorities in all 50 states along with the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The grants announced today are provided through HUD’s Capital Fund Program, which offers annual funding to all public housing authorities to build, renovate, and/or modernize the public housing in their communities. Housing authorities can use the funding to complete large-scale improvements such as replacing roofs or making energy-efficient upgrades to heating system and installing water conservation measures.
Alexander County Housing Authority – $1,235,089
Hamilton County Housing Authority – $166,102
Housing Authority – County of Saline – $1,239,273
Housing Authority of Gallatin County – $226,158
Housing Authority of Jefferson County – $844,722
Housing Authority of Johnson County – $167,787
Housing Authority of Pope County – $256,545
Housing Authority of Pulaski County – $285,943
Housing Authority of the City of Marion, Illinois – $860,238
Housing Authority of the County of Franklin – $1,819,713
Housing Authority of the County of Hardin – $297,247
Housing Authority of the County of Jackson, IL. – $2,114,021
Housing Authority of the County of Union – $879,650
Housing Authority of The County of Wayne, Illinois – $433,869
Housing Authority of the County of Williamson – $1,818,365
Massac County Housing Authority – $489,748
Perry County Housing Authority – $835,540
White County Housing Authority – $226,077
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February 24, 2021 at 08:22AM