On Tuesday, September 17, the Senate Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies (THUD) Appropriations Subcommittee today approved its FY20 appropriations bill, laying out critical housing and community development program funding levels for our communities and member network. Last week, the full Senate Appropriations Committee determined how much each subcommittee would receive and the Senate allocated $74.3 billion for the THUD Subcommittee, which is roughly $1.5 billion less than the House proposal, but $3.2 billion above FY19 enacted levels.
The measure will go on to be considered Thursday (September 19) by the full Senate Appropriations Committee. Click here for an updated budget chart.
- $56 billion for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, $2.3 billion above the FY2019 enacted level
- $23.8 billion for tenant-based Section 8 vouchers
- $7.5 billion for public housing
- $12.6 billion for project-based Section 8 rental assistance (enough to renew all contracts)
- $696 million for Section 202 Housing for the Elderly
- $184 million for Housing for Persons with Disabilities
- $3.3 billion for CDBG
- $1.3 billion for HOME funds
- $330 million for HOPWA
- $2.8 for the Homeless Assistance Grants
- $290 million for lead hazard reduction