Salt Lake City

Housing and Neighborhood Development

801-535-7712 |

Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities



The Capital Planning team within Housing & Neighborhood Development focuses on administering funding toward programs that help provide equity across all areas of our City, build neighborhood resilience, and empower those that call Salt Lake City home.

On the following pages you will find details regarding several US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) funded grants & programs that are administered through this team, and details regarding a flexible financing program for those looking to provide housing opportunities for low income or vulnerable residents.

We encourage you to contact our staff, ask questions, and look to be involved in a process that channels millions of dollars into our community each year. Contact information can be found here.

For more information please contact:

Amanda Best
Housing Development Program Specialist 
(801) 535-7698 |


Ethan Sellers
Community Development Grant Administrator
(801) 535-6409 |


Tony Milner
Policy and Program Manager
(801) 535-6168 |

Notice of Federal Funding Availability

21-22 Federal Applications have not been released yet.

SALT LAKE CITY – Applications for the following U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) fiscal year 2021-2022 programs will be announced at a future date, but will be sometime in the fall of 2020.

  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
    The CDBG program’s primary objective is to promote the development of viable urban communities by providing affordable housing, suitable living environments, and economic opportunities for persons of low and moderate income.
  • HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME)
    The HOME program’s primary objective is to create affordable housing opportunities for low-income households.
  • Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
    The HOPWA program’s primary objective is to provide housing assistance and related supportive services to persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families.

  • Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)The ESG program’s primary objective is to assist individuals and families regain housing stability after experiencing a housing or homelessness crisis.

HOME, CDBG, and HOPWA all use the HOME HUD income limits for program recipients. Please refer to the fiscal year 2020-2021 numbers that are effective 07/01/2020.

ESG income limits for program recipients can be found here.
Please refer to the fiscal year 2020-2021 numbers that were effective as of 04/01/2020

Interested entities are invited to submit applications for activities that support local and national program requirements.

An application resource guide is available online at

Please reach out to Amanda Best,, Ethan Sellers,, or Tony Milner with any questions