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Missing Middle Housing Program

The Missing Middle Housing Program is a housing production program that is designed to address the general lack of attainable housing and housing challenges underscored by the COVID-19 pandemic by increasing the supply of housing stock to support the growth and economic mobility of employees by providing cost defrayment to developers investing in, constructing, or substantially rehabbing properties targeted to household incomes between 185% and 300% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG). The Missing Middle Housing Program is funded by State appropriated American Rescue Plan (ARP) Funds from the U.S. Department of the Treasury. $50 million of ARP funding has been dedicated to the Missing Middle Housing Program.

The Draft Missing Middle Housing Program has not yet been approved and is currently being published on this webpage for Public Comment.  Questions or comments on the Draft Missing Middle Housing Plan will be accepted through August 10, 2022 and should be submitted to

Draft Missing Middle Housing Program Plan 
Missing Middle Housing Program FAQ (future)