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Tuesday
June 18, 2019

HUD AWARDS $63 MILLION TO SUPPORT AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN 85 TRIBAL COMMUNITIES
New Mexico Tribes Receive $5.6 Million​


ALBUQUERQUE - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today awarded $63 million to 85 Native American communities throughout the country to improve housing conditions and stimulate community development for residents, including funding construction projects that generate local job opportunities. In New Mexico, 6 tribes shared $5,600,000 of the funding. HUD’s Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG) Program supports a wide range of community development and affordable housing activities. See a list of award winners below.

“HUD is committed to supporting affordable housing and economic opportunities for Native American communities across the country,” said HUD Secretary Ben Carson. “These grants will generate other investments from public and private sources to create economic opportunities, improve housing conditions and create jobs in Indian country.”

The ICDBG Program was established in 1977 to help Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages meet their community development needs. Federally recognized Indian tribes, bands, groups or nations (including Alaska Indian, Aleuts, and Eskimos), Alaska Native villages, and eligible tribal organizations compete for this funding each year.

The goal of the program is to develop viable Indian and Alaska Native communities, including neighborhoods with decent housing, suitable living environments, and economic opportunities. Communities can use the grants to rehabilitate or build new housing; to buy land for housing; for infrastructure projects such as roads, water and sewer facilities; and to spur economic development including jobs.

The ICDBG Program supports a broad range of housing and community development activities including:

  • Housing rehabilitation and land acquisition to support new housing construction, and under limited circumstances, new housing construction.
  • Infrastructure construction, e.g., roads, water and sewer facilities, and single- or multi-purpose community buildings.
  • Wide variety of commercial, industrial, agricultural projects, which may be recipient owned and operated or which may be owned and/or operated by a third party.

Fiscal Year 2018 ICDBG Grantees:

STATE RECIPIENT COMMUNITY
AMOUNT
Alaska Arctic Village Arctic Village
$450,000
  Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc Anchorage
$600,000
  Hydaburg Cooperative Association Hydaburg
$600,000
  Igiugig Village Igugig
$600,000
  Ketchikan Indian Corporation Ketchikan
$461,000
  Kokhanok Village Kokhanok
$600,000
  Metlakatla Housing Authority Metlakatla
$600,000
  Native Village of Kwigillingok Kwigillingok
$599,594
  Native Village of Nanwalek Nanwalek
$600,000
  Organized Village of Saxman Ketchikan
$600,000
  Orutsararmiut Traditional Native Council Bethel
$600,000
  Petersburg Indian Association Petersburg
$600,000
  Village of Venetie Venetie
$450,000
  Yakutat Tlingit Tribe Yakutat
$600,000
Arizona Navajo Nation Window Rock
$990,075
  Pascua Yaqui Tribe Tucson
$1,066,621
  Tohono O'odham KIKI Association Sells
$2,000,000
  Tonto Apache Tribe Payson
$800,000
  White Mountain Apache Housing Authority Whiteriver
$2,000,000
California All Mission Indian Housing Authority (Cahuilla) Whiteriver
$800,000
  All Mission Indian Housing Authority (La Jolla) Temecula
$800,000
  All Mission Indian Housing Authority (Santa Rosa) Temecula
$560,000
  All Mission Indian Housing Authority (Torres Martinez) Temecula
$800,000
  All Mission Indian Housing Authority (Viejas) Temecula
$492,903
  Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians Geyserville
$800,000
  Enterprise Rancheria Indian Housing Authority Oroville
$800,000
  Fort Independence Indian Reservation Independence
$800,000
  Greenville Rancheria Greenville
$800,000
  Hoopa Valley Indian Housing Authority Hoopa
$800,000
  Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel Santa Ysabel
$625,000
  North Fork Rancheria North Fork
$605,000
Idaho Fort Hall Housing Authority Pocatello
$500,000
  Nez Perce Tribe Lapwai
$500,000
Louisiana Tunica -Biloxi Tribe Marksville
$754,056
Maine Aroostook Band of MicMac Presque Isle
$700,000
  Houlton Band of Maliseet Houlton
$700,000
Michigan Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Watersmeet
$500,000
  Little River Band of Ottawa Indians Manistee
$700,000
Minnesota White Earth Band of Chippewa Indians White Earth
$700,000
Missouri Eastern Shawnee Seneca
$759,000
Montana Blackfeet Tribe Browning
$800,000
  Chippewa Cree Construction Corporation Box Elder
$800,000
  Fort Belknap Housing Authority Harlem
$800,000
  Fort Peck Housing Authority Poplar
$800,000
  Northern Cheyenne Housing Authority Lame Deer
$800,000
  Salish & Kootenai Housing Authority Pablo
$800,000
North Dakota Spirit Lake Housing Corporation Fort Totten
$800,000
Nebraska HoChunk Community Development Corp. Winnebago
$800,000
New Mexico Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority Ohkay Owingeh
$800,000
  Jicarilla Apache Housing Authority Dulce
$800,000
  Nambe Pueblo Housing Entity Santa Fe
$800,000
  Pueblo de Cochiti Housing Authority Cochiti Pueblo
$800,000
  Zuni Housing Authority Zuni Pueblo
$1,600,000
  San Felipe Pueblo Housing Authority San Felipe Pueblo
$800,000
Nevada Las Vegas Paiute Las Vegas
$800,000
Oklahoma Absentee-Shawnee Tribe Shawnee
$800,000
  Cherokee Nation Tahlequah
$800,000
  Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes Concho
$400,000
  Chickasaw Nation Ada
$800,000
  Choctaw Nation Durant
$800,000
  Comanche Nation Housing Authority Lawton
$800,000
  Ft. Sill Apache Tribe Apache
$800,000
  Kickapoo Tribe of OK Housing Authority McLoud
$800,000
  Miami Tribe Miami
$800,000
  Modoc Tribe Miami
$800,000
  Muscogee Creek Nation Okmulgee
$800,000
  Otoe-Missouria Tribe Red Rock
$800,000
  Pawnee Nation Pawnee
$800,000
  Peoria Tribe Miami
$800,000
  Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma Quapaw
$800,000
  Tonkawa Tribe Tonkawa
$716,063
  Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma Ponca City
$800,000
Oregon Burns Paiute Tribe Burns
$225,000
  Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon Grand Ronde
$500,000
Rhode Island Narragansett Indian Tribe Charleston
$700,000
South Dakota Lower Brule Housing Authority Lower Brule
$800,000
  Oglala Sioux (Lakota) Housing Authority Pine Ridge
$800,000
Virginia Pamunkey Indian Tribe King William
$700,000
Washington Kalispel Tribe of Indians Usk
$500,000
  Lummi Nation Housing Authority Bellingham
$500,000
  Spokane Indian Housing Authority Wellpinit
$500,000
  Yakama Nation Housing Authority Wapato
$500,000
Wisconsin Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Hayward
$700,000
Wyoming Eastern Shoshone Housing Authority Fort Washakie
$690,000
  Northern Arapaho Housing Authority Ethete
$800,000
Total: $63,144,312

 

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