$46 million in grants awards awarded for home repairs, modifications


Grants worth $46 million were announced for home repairs, safety upgrades and to replace manufactured homes across New York. Click the link for a list of awards.

The announcement is part of a $25 billion comprehensive Housing Plan that will create or preserve 100,000 affordable homes, including 10,000 with support services for vulnerable populations plus the electrification of an additional 50,000 homes.

Administered by New York State Homes and Community Renewal’s Office of Community Renewal – funding will go to nonprofit organizations and localities to preserve affordable housing, support veterans and older New Yorkers, increase access to homeownership, and strengthen local economies.

“Improving access to safe, secure, and affordable housing is important for every New Yorker, but especially for the most vulnerable populations in our communities – seniors, veterans, and those with disabilities,” said HCR Commissioner RuthAnne Visnauskas. “We thank all of our local partners for their dedication in creating and preserving housing across New York and for helping those who need it most.”


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