There are no funds currently available.
For more information on loans and other funding opportunities:
- Corridors of Opportunity offers loan resources for Transit Oriented Development and single-family rehabs in adjoining neighborhoods along Central Corridor, Hiawatha LRT and Southwest LRT (pdf).
- The Center for Transit-Oriented Development maintains a list of local resources that support TOD.
- Reconnecting America has compiled a list of federal resources that support creating more livable communities.
Preferred Sustainability Status (PSS)
By securing a 2010 HUD Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant award, the seven-county Metropolitan Council service region also received Preferred Sustainability Status (PSS.) Currently, HUD discretionary grant programs will count two bonus points for applicants including a team member that has PSS. Those grant programs include:
- Section 4 Capacity Building (FYs 11 and 12)
- Rural Innovation Program (FY 11)
- SHOP (FY 11 and 12) FHIP (FY 12)
- Lead-Based Hazard Control and reduction (FY 12)
- Healthy Homes Production grants (FY 12)
- Assisted Living Conversion program (FY 12)
- Housing Counseling Program (FY 12)
- Tenant Resource Network Program (FY 12)
- Public Housing Capital Fund Education and Community Facilities (FY 11)
- Choice Neighborhoods (FY 12)
- HOPE VI (FY 11)
- HOPE VI Main St. Program (FY 11)
- Section 202 (FY 12)
- Section 811 (FY 12)
Mark VanderSchaaf, Metropolitan Council, Email, 651.602.1441