This list contains the State department/agencies or the State-Designated Entities that have been designated as the HTF grantee in 2015
Per 24 CFR 93.100, each State is required to notify (the Secretary of) HUD of its intent to become a grantee for Housing Trust Funds (HTF) funding within 30 days after HUD publishes the formula allocation amounts (these amounts are expected to be published by April 2016). The notification letter must also inform HUD of the name and contact information of State department/agency or State-Designated Entity that will administer its HTF funds. The notification letter may be sent prior to publication of the formula allocation amounts if States have already decided to become an HTF grantee.
For instructions on how States should notify HUD which agency will administer the State's HTF, visit the Housing Trust Fund FAQs.
You can find a list of designated State departments and agencies on the National Housing Trust Fund Grantees: State Agencies and State-Designated Entities web page. This page will be updated as HUD receives notifications from States regarding which agency will administer its HTF program.
States that have already sent HUD a notification letter may submit edits to the point of contact information to email@example.com with the subject line: HTF Point of Contact. Please include the following information:
- First Name
- Last Name