FY20 Budget & Appropriations

Trump Administration Releases Full FY20 HUD Budget Proposal

The Trump Administration released the remainder of its fiscal year 2020 (FY18) budget on March 18. The proposal would completely eliminate all funding in FY20 for the Public Housing Capital Fund and slash funding for the Public Housing Operating Fund by almost $2 billion, a combined loss of $4.6 billion. The proposal additionally eliminates the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative, HOME, CDBG, and other programs, while adding $100 million for the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program and eliminating the cap on RAD conversions.

Click below for a review of proposed funding levels for some programs of interest, and links to CLPHA's comparative funding chart and the joint industry funding recommendations from CLPHA, NAHRO, and PHADA.

 

Click here to read CLPHA's Review of Trump's FY2020 Budget Proposal 

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