Impact of the Trump/Carson HUD Budget Cuts in Auburn, Alabama

On May 23, 2017, the White House released its FY 18 budget. Based on HUD data, we estimate that Auburn, Alabama will lose  $488,410 annually as a result of the proposed HUD budget cuts.

ProgramFunding LostHousehold Impact
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)$488,410-
TOTAL$488,410-
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Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

 $488,410

Funded at $3.060 billion in FY17 and used for a variety of community development projects ranging from streetscape projects to Meals on Wheels programs, the CDBG program would be eliminated completely by the Trump/Carson Administration. From 1977 through 2014, the CDBG program has funded an estimated $456,750 (inflation adjusted) in community development projects in Auburn, Alabama.

In 2018, Auburn, Alabama stands to lose $488,410 per year in funding.

For examples on how the CDBG program impacts Auburn, Alabama, view the table of CDBG activity.

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Estimates on this page are based on the FY 18 White House Budget and HUD data sets.

Direct sources and source changes are available on the FY 18 HUD Budget Cut Estimator Change Log, Sources, and Methodology page.