Sep 9 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) announced a $46,909,763 grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for local housing authorities across North Carolina in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This funding is made available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) that was supported by Senator Tillis.  

“North Carolina’s housing authorities have been severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic and continue to be in dire need of assistance,” said Senator Tillis. “This grant provides crucial relief so these housing authorities can maintain services and support North Carolinians in need.”

A breakdown of the funds distributed to North Carolina is below.

Recipient

Award Amount 

Asheville

$889,456

Burlington

$344,077

Cary

$720,175

Chapel Hill

$290,902

Charlotte

$4,919,487

Concord

$604,865

Durham

$1,513,616

Fayetteville

$943,468

Gastonia

$484,878

Goldsboro

$220,749

Greensboro

$1,611,310

Greenville

$589,258

Hickory

$274,226

High Point

$588,651

Jacksonville

$310,803

Kannapolis

$264,857

Lenoir

$88,397

Morganton

$106,060

New Bern city

$194,483

Raleigh

$2,672,436

Rocky Mount

$328,242

Salisbury

$200,221

Wilmington

$883,609

Winston-Salem

$1,375,863

Cumberland County

$435,210

Mecklenburg County

$857,608

Union County

$539,180

Wake County

$1,619,695

NC Nonentitlement

$23,037,981

 

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