Missouri

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Missouri Issues Broadband Infrastructure Grant

The Missouri Department of Economic Development is requesting public feedback on its proposed Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program, funded via the State of Missouri’s share of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).

Comments on Missouri’s QAP Due April 28

Missouri Housing Development Commission is accepting comments on its QAP through 4 p.m. CT on April 4 to 2022QAP@mhdc.com.

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Missouri Opens FY2021 CDBG Application

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) opened the FY2021 Competitive Application Cycle.

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Missouri Adds Tracking Status Feature for State COVID Funds

The Missouri Housing Development Commission added an application status tracking to its State Assistance for Housing Relief Program for Renter application portal.

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Missouri Webinar To Be Held May 19

The Missouri Department of Economic Development will hold a webinar from 2 to 3:15 p.m. CT on its upcoming initiatives and new programs. Register here.

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Missouri Bill Would Limit State LIHTC, Set Sunset Date

Legislation in the Missouri legislature would reduce the annual allocation of the State LIHTC from $6 million to $2 million and would set an aggregate cap of $80 million on LIHTCs for properties financed with nine percent LIHTCs. H.B. 1095 includes reductions on several Missouri state credits. The bill would add a sunset date of […]

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Missouri Board Votes to Fund State LIHTC for First Time Since 2017

The Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC) approved a state QAP and issued notices of funding availability for the LIHTC program for the first time since 2017, when then-Governor Eric Greitens and the MHDC voted to stop matching federal LIHTC awards with state funds. The state nine percent LIHTC is funded for 70 percent of the […]

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Missouri Rental Production Application Workshop – Sept. 30

The Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC) will hold a virtual 2020 Application Workshop on September 30 from 9 a.m. to noon CT. This virtual forum will be open to applicants who wish to submit a 2020 application for Federal and State LIHTCs, HOME funds, National Housing Trust Fund, and MHDC Fund Balance. Anyone planning on submitting a 2020 Rental Production application should plan on attending.

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Missouri Hosts FY2020 Action Plan Mitigation Public Hearings

Missouri will conduct a series of public hearings on its Draft Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Annual Action Plan, which governs the state’s allocation of the following HUD funds: Community Development Block Grant, HOME Program, Emergency Solutions Grant Program, Housing Trust Fund, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS and Continuum of Care. The 30-day public comment period on the Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Draft Action Plan begins January 15, 2020 and ends at noon CT on February 14, 2020.

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Missouri Hosts CDBG Mitigation Public Hearings

Missouri will host a series of public hearings on its Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) – Mitigation plan, which will guide how the state spends $41 million specifically designated for mitigation. These funds will be used to implement projects at the local level that strengthen infrastructure and reduce future losses in areas that have experienced repetitive flooding as a result of the 2017 storms.

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Missouri Hold FY2020 Action Plan Hearing November 6

The Missouri Department of Economic Development will conduct a public meeting on November 6 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm CT regarding the FY2020 Action Plan for the State. The FY2020 Action Plan will govern the allocation of the HUD programs: Community Development Block Grant, HOME Program, Emergency Solutions Grant Program, Housing Trust Fund, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS, and the Continuum of Care.

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Rockefeller Foundation Selects DC, Oakland, Dallas and St. Louis for Opportunity Zones Initiative

The Rockefeller Foundation announced $3.7 million in grants that will benefit four U.S. cities to help drive responsible private investment in Opportunity Zones. The Foundation named Washington, D.C., Oakland, Dallas and St. Louis as the newest participants in its Opportunity Zone Community Capacity Building Initiative, which launched in May 2019. The initiative will help cities […]

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