HUD Grant Programs

The City of Missoula receives grant funds annually from the United States Office of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). These funds come through two separate funding streams: the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME). Each year, the City of Missoula awards approximately $500,000 in CDBG funds to housing and community development projects that support low-income residents and approximately $300,000 in HOME funds to housing projects that assist low- to moderate-income Missoulians secure safe and affordable homes.

Grant funding is competitive and is awarded to projects that can address local and federal objectives, which include expanding the supply of housing available to low-income families and individuals, eliminating blight, or meeting urgent community development needs as outlined in the annual Community Needs Assessment, Consolidated Plan, and A Place to Call Home (citywide housing policy).

Program Year 2021 Grant Cycle

*No longer accepting applications for Program Year 2021*

The grant application process for Program Year 2021 (July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022) is now closed. 

Guidelines and forms for Program Year 2022 will be posted in the upcoming months. If you have questions or are interested in applying for grant funds please email Karen Gasvoda or email Kendra Lisum.

Information for Current Grantees

Thank you for partnering with us to ensure our community members have access to safe and affordable housing and the services they need to thrive. Compliance requirements for current grantees can be found in the City of Missoula Grants Administration Manual.

Report Due Dates

Quarterly CDBG and HOME reports are due on the following dates each Program Year:

  • October 15
  • January 15
  • April 15
  • July 15

Submitting Reports

Reports can be submitted electronically by:

Guiding Plans and Documents

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