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Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

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MSHDA's Neighborhood Housing Initiatives Division (NHID) will be providing Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funded programs and will provide annual grants to non-entitlement units of general local government—cities, towns, townships, villages, or counties not currently receiving a direct allocation of CDBG funds from HUD (see CDBG Municipalities Map). 


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CDBG Housing Improving Local Livability (CHILL) Program

The Neighborhood Housing Initiatives Division (NHID) of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) is pleased to announce the availability of $20 million of funding through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program for the creation of housing programs that benefit low- and moderate-income households.  MSHDA’s CDBG Housing Improving Local Livability (CHILL) Program provides annual grants to non-entitlement units of general local government—cities, towns, townships, villages, or counties not currently receiving a direct allocation of CDBG funds from HUD (see CDBG Municipalities Map). Two activity types are eligible for funding: homeowner rehabilitation, to preserve affordable housing units; and demolition/reconstruction/resale, to remove blight and infill with single-family housing for resale to income eligible homebuyers.

CHILL Round 1     Closed.  Applicants selected to move forward should access this webpage.
CHILL Round 2    Closed.  Applicants selected to move forward should access this webpage.


Questions regarding CDBG programs should be directed to MSHDA-CDBG@michigan.gov