HUD Awards $33.4M in Indian Housing Block Grants in Washington State

HUD Awards $33.4M in Indian Housing Block Grants in Washington State

Richard Walker

Twenty-five tribal governments or agencies in Washington state will receive a total of $33.4 million in Indian Housing Block Grants for affordable housing.

All told, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding $404 million nationwide for housing assistance, housing development, crime prevention and safety, and creative approaches to solving affordable housing problems.

Receiving block grant funds:

Colville Indian Housing Authority, $3.5 million; Cowlitz Tribal Housing Authority, $1.9 million; Hoh Indian Tribe, $108,640; Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, $296,627; Kalispel Indian Community, $123,256; Lower Elwha Housing Authority, $743,155; Lummi Housing Authority, $2.9 million;

Muckleshoot Housing Authority, $1 million; Nisqually Indian Tribe, $588,626; Nooksack Indian Tribe, $651,532; Puyallup Nation Housing Authority, $2.4 million; Quileute Housing Authority, $649,322; Quinault Housing Authority, $1.7 million; Samish Indian Nation, $689,571;

Sauk-Suiattle Tribe, $407,846; Shoalwater Bay Tribe, $257,329; Skokomish Nation, $624,550; Snoqualmie Tribe, $189,646; Spokane Indian Housing Authority, $2.3 million; Squaxin Island Tribe, $859,207; Stillaguamish Tribal Housing Authority, $200,258;

Suquamish Indian Tribe, $732,885; Swinomish Housing Authority, $1 million; Tulalip Tribes, $2.7 million; Yakama Nation Housing Authority, $6.3 million.

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