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.
Be an Advocate for Affordable Housing
The Trump Administration proposes an $8.8 billion cut to HUD's FY 19 Budget, which would greatly reduce, or outright eliminate funding for programs that assist renters nationwide. Use the Contact Congress button below to tell your Congresspersons to fully fund America’s affordable housing, and use the Facebook and Twitter share buttons to help spread the word to your friends and family.
Affordable Housing Online has served low income renters in the U.S. for more than 15 years with the most complete and up-to-date info on low income housing, affordable housing, affordable apartments, subsidized housing, Public Housing and Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) waiting list information. We provide current data on more than 77,500 apartment communities containing more than 6,229,000 apartment homes. We also provide detailed information about 4,058 local Public Housing Authorities (PHA) with housing authority contact, program, and current waiting list information - including instructions on how to apply for waiting lists and complete housing applications.