HUD awards $10m to NH housing agencies

11 communities to share funding for renovations, upgrades

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded nearly $10 million to 11 public housing authorities in New Hampshire.

The grants, provided through HUD’s Capital Fund Program, will be used to build, renovate, or modernize public housing facilities. The authorities can use the funding to complete large-scale improvements such as replacing roofs or making energy-efficient upgrades to heating systems and installing water conservation measures.

Awarded the funds were:

  • Berlin Housing Authority, $137,187$
  • Concord Housing Authority, $750,236$
  • Dover Housing Authority, $704,547$
  • Exeter Housing Authority, $305,847$
  • Rochester Housing Authority, $592,122$
  • Newmarket Housing Authority, $158,086$
  • Salem Housing Authority, $406,480$
  • Lebanon Housing Authority, $457,750$
  • Manchester Housing & Redevelopment Authority, $3,143,444$
  • Nashua Housing and Redevelopment Authority, $1,839,958$

• Portsmouth Housing Authority, $1,194,304.

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