HUD Announces Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG) Awards

HUD announced Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG) awards for 55 Native American communities. The awards total $95 million and may be used for infrastructure, community facilities, housing rehabilitation, economic development, and other activities that support Native American and Alaska Native families on Indian reservations and in other Indian areas.

The ICDBG program is a competitive grant that supports a range of eligible activities and projects on reservations and related areas. Eligible activities and projects include housing rehabilitation; land acquisition; road, water, and sewer facility development; and the construction of single or multipurpose community buildings. This year’s ICDBG awards will fund projects to rehabilitate roofs, plumbing, and electricity; construct housing for Tribal elders; provide down-payment assistance for Tribal members; and build grocery stores or social services centers.

Find a full list of grantees and summaries of their projects at: