Several CLPHA Members Awarded Capital Improvement Funds for Safety and Security Needs from HUD

Date Published: 
October 5th, 2022

HUD has awarded $10.4 million to PHAs for capital improvements in public housing developments that will enhance safety and security for residents. These funds are being awarded through HUD’s Capital Fund Emergency Safety and Security Program, and they support the Biden-Harris Administration’s Comprehensive Strategy to Prevent and Respond to Gun Crime and Ensure Public Safety. 

CLPHA previously reported that PHAs interested in seeking funding for installing, repairing, or replacing equipment and systems that enhance safety for residents, such as security systems/surveillance cameras, fencing, lighting systems, emergency alarm systems, carbon monoxide detectors, window bars, deadbolt locks, and doors could be eligible to fund projects up to $250,000 per PHA fiscal year.

CLPHA sends congratulations to the following members that received awards.

  • Elm City Communities
  • Housing Authority of Baltimore City
  • New York City Housing Authority
  • Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority
  • Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority
  • Opportunity Home San Antonio
  • Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee
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