Loveland Council Approves Housing-Related Grants

The City Council confirmed recommendations from the Human Services Commission and the Affordable Housing Commission regarding the distribution of funding the City receives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Neighbor-to-Neighbor will receive $22,500 for rent counseling. Alternatives to Violence will receive an award of $100,000 for a safe house. Habitat for Humanity will build a triplex at Willow Park with its $75,000 grant. The Loveland Housing Authority will provide money for emergency home improvements for families with incomes below 50 percent of the AMI ($16,500 a year). In total the City received $820, 587 from HUD this year. The City takes $60,329 to administer the grant money it receives.

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