From City of San Diego's press release:
To support ongoing, collaborative efforts to create additional permanent affordable homes with supportive services for people experiencing homelessness in the City of San Diego, the State of California has awarded $20.75 million in Homekey program funds for two San Diego projects. Applications for additional funds for San Diego are still pending a State decision.
Last Friday, HUD announced $7 million in Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grants to 14 communities across the country. Each awardee will receive a $500,000 grant to create a comprehensive neighborhood revitalization plan to redevelop severely distressed public housing, improve outcomes for residents, and bring new amenities to high-poverty neighborhoods.
Five CLPHA members and their local partners received planning grants:
HUD announced $800,000 in funding for Foster Youth to Independence (FYI) initiative at 18 PHAs in 12 different states, including three CLPHA members: Housing Authority of Snohomish County, Durham Housing Authority, and Wilmington, DE Housing Authority.
From LA Sentinel:
On Friday, August 25, the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) announced an award of $35,758,748 to the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) from the Infill Infrastructure Grant Program – Catalytic Qualifying Infill Area (IIGC).
From HACP's press release:
The Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh’s (HACP) and the City of Pittsburgh are proud to announce that it has been approved to receive a $50 million Choice Neighborhoods Initiative Grant, provided by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The announcement sets the stage for the complete redevelopment and revitalization of the Bedford Dwellings housing community.
Birmingham, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and Wilmington, DE Housing Authorities Will Use Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Awards of up to $50 Million Each to Transform Low-Income Neighborhoods and Improve Residents’ Lives