- Community Services Block Grant
- Emergency Food Network
- Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund
- Earned Income Tax Credit
- Rural Planning
- Community Impact Board
- Useful Links
- Regional Planning Program
- Community Impact Board
- Throughput Infrastructure Fund
- Navajo Fund
- Uintah Basin Fund
Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund
The Multi-family program provides financial assistance for the acquisition, construction, or rehabilitation of affordable rental housing of five or more units.
- OWHLF Multifamily Application
- Program Guidance and Rules
- Additional required application documentation
- Documentation needed prior to contract execution
- Documentation required prior to loan closing
- Required documentation for closeout and final draw
- Single-Family homeownership Application
Additional application documentation is required, but is not yet available; please contact Daniel Herbert-Voss, to obtain this information, at 801-468-0042 or email him at email@example.com.
The Single Family Rehabilitation & Reconstructions Program (SFRRP)
The program offers financial assistance to low-income home owners whose homes are in need of rehabilitation or replacement. The program targets rural communities in Utah.
Rural Self-Help Program
The Owner-Occupied Development program, also known as the Rural Self Help Program, provides financial assistance to public agencies for developments of single-family subdivisions and infill projects designed to provide housing to low-income individuals and families in rural Utah.
The Home Choice program is designed to provide financial assistance and mortgage assistance for low-income persons with disabilities.
- Hotline 1-866-493-4500
Individual Development Accounts
The OWHLF supports savers participating in Individual Development Accounts with AAA Fair Credit. Savers receive federal and state matching funds for use in down payments and closing costs. For more information call 801-656-1610.
Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA)
Please call Pema Chagzoetsang at 801-468-0149.
Community-Driven Housing Program
The Community-Driven Housing Program (CDHP) encourages cities and counties to proactively address the affordable housing needs of their residents. For more information on the criteria HCD uses in evaluating affordable housing plans, how HCD scored your city or county’s plan, possible improvements to a plan, or whether your city or county currently qualifies for the CDHP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 468-0141.
For emergency planning information, contact Elias Wise at 801-468-0140 or email@example.com.
HUD Section 3
Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 requires projects funded by the department of Housing and Urban Development to meet “to the greatest extent feasible” specific goals for contracting, hiring, and training low-income individuals to work on these projects.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities by calling 801-526-9240. Individuals with speech or hearing impairments may call the Relay Utah by dialing 711. Spanish Relay Utah: 1-888-346-3162