U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Public and Indian Housing
10/25/21 11:59 PM ET Receipt
Grants to USA tribal governments and tribal organizations for programs to develop Native American and Alaska Native communities, particularly those benefiting low- and moderate-income individuals. Funding is intended for programs to create economic opportunities, decent housing, and suitable living environments.
Grants are awarded in two categories:
GrantWatch ID#: 171996
Award Ceilings per Geographic Area:
- Alaska: $800,000
- Eastern Woodlands: $700,000
- Northern Plains: $1,200,000
- Northwest: $750,000
- Southern Plains: $1,000,000
-- 50,001+: $4,000,000
-- 10,501-50,000: $2,000,000
-- 7,501-10,500: $1,600,000
-- 7,500 and below: $800,000
In the Southwest ONAP (SWONAP) jurisdiction, HUD will determine the ceiling for applications based on the Native American population that resides on a reservation or Rancheria. Applicants should contact SWONAP prior to submitting their application to confirm the population that HUD will use to determine the ceiling.
The period of performance for projects considered under this NOFO cannot exceed 5 years. Applicants may request a shorter period of performance based on the project(s) that is being proposed for ICDBG funding.
- Estimated Project Start Date: 01/19/2022
- Estimated Project End Date: 01/19/2027
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Direct questions and requests for a waiver of electronic application to:
ONAP Grants Management Director
451 7th St. SW, Rm. 4108
Washington, DC 20410
For additional contact information, see:
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