Montgomery County Receives $5 Million in HOME-ARP Funding
Montgomery County is pleased to share that $5,080,650 in new funding is available to support housing services. This funding is made available through the HOME- American Rescue Plan program, and is available in addition to the $161.4 million already allocated through the American Rescue Plan Act- Pandemic Recovery Fund.
In order to determine how to spend these funds, Montgomery County is inviting residents, nonprofits, developers, municipal leaders, and others to share their priorities for this funding via a virtual town hall and/or through an online survey.
Share your input during our virtual Housing Funding Town Hall on Tuesday, October 11 from 6 -7pm (click here to register), and/or
For more information on HOME-ARP, please click here.
Final Recovery Plan Adopted on August 18, 2022
The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners adopted the final Recovery Plan for use of $161.4 million in American Rescue Plan Act- State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds on August 18, 2022. This historic investment into communities across Montgomery County is intended to support an equitable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as address longstanding community challenges that were made more severe by the pandemic and related economic crises.
The Recovery Plan includes a number of grant programs to further support specific industries and individuals, including child care centers, fire services, schools, first time homebuyers, and small businesses. To learn more, visit our Grant Programs page.