Hoeven: HUD Awards $2.1 Million to Support Public Housing Across North Dakota

WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven today announced that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded 15 grants totaling $2.1 million to public housing authorities across North Dakota. The funds are made available through HUD’s Capital Fund program, which supports management improvements as well as the development, financing and modernization of public housing.

“Our state continues to have a strong job market and high demand for workers,” Hoeven said. “As families come to North Dakota looking for better opportunities and to fill those open jobs, it is important that we have infrastructure in place to meet their needs and ensure a high quality of life.”

The details of the awards are as follows:

  • Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority: $681,359
  • Burleigh County Housing Authority: $408,305
  • Minot Housing Authority: $331,569
  • Housing Authority of Cass County: $167,673
  • Housing Authority of the City of Williston: $129,094
  • Ramsey County Housing Authority: $83,190
  • Rolette County Housing Authority: $69,344
  • Barnes County Housing Authority: $53,893
  • Mercer County Housing Authority: $40,234
  • Traill County Housing Authority: $33,410
  • Nelson County Housing Authority: $32,039
  • Towner County Housing Authority: $23,977
  • Benson County Housing Authority: $18,545
  • Emmons County Housing Authority: $17,989
  • McIntosh County Housing Authority: $8,446

As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Senator Hoeven works through annual appropriations bills to support housing and community development programs that address North Dakota priorities, empowering communities in recovering from natural disasters, adapting to the state’s growth and ensuring an adequate housing supply for working families.