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CPD Cross-Program Funding Matrix and Dashboard



These matrices and dashboards provide funding information for each city and state that receives CPD Program funds, in a place-based format. The reports detail the size of each grant received over the past several years, as well as the total amount of funds currently available to be spent on affordable housing andcommunity and economic development activities.

If your community is not listed, it may not receive grants directly from CPD, or its funds are administered by another grantee through a joint agreement. Communities that do not receive funds directly from CPD are eligible to receive subgranted funds from the State. The following lists identify communities with funds administered by another grantee through a joint agreement:

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Grantee Funding Matrix Dashboard
Abington Township (Montgomery County) PDF PDF
Allegheny County PDF PDF
Allentown PDF PDF
Altoona PDF PDF
Beaver County PDF PDF
Bensalem Township PDF PDF
Berks County PDF PDF
Bethlehem PDF PDF
Bristol Township PDF PDF
Bucks County PDF PDF
Carlisle PDF PDF
Chester County PDF PDF
Chester PDF PDF
Cumberland County PDF PDF
Dauphin County PDF PDF
Delaware County PDF PDF
Easton PDF PDF
Erie PDF PDF
Harrisburg PDF PDF
Haverford Township PDF PDF
Hazleton PDF PDF
Johnstown PDF PDF
Lancaster County PDF PDF
Lancaster PDF PDF
Lebanon PDF PDF
Lehigh County PDF PDF
Lower Merion Township PDF PDF
Luzerne County PDF PDF
Mckeesport PDF PDF
Millcreek Township PDF PDF
Montgomery County PDF PDF
Norristown PDF PDF
Northampton County PDF PDF
Penn Hills PDF PDF
Pennsylvania PDF PDF
Philadelphia PDF PDF
Pittsburgh PDF PDF
Reading PDF PDF
Scranton PDF PDF
Sharon PDF PDF
State College PDF PDF
Upper Darby Township PDF PDF
Washington County PDF PDF
Westmoreland County PDF PDF
Wilkes-Barre PDF PDF
Williamsport PDF PDF
York County PDF PDF
York PDF PDF

 

 

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