Today, HUD published a list of funding awards for Tenant Protection Vouchers (TPVs) for FY 2016. These vouchers are funded non-competitively on an as-needed basis. They are funded on a first-come, first-serve basis for households that are displaced due to HUD program actions.
TPVS were awarded for the following actions:
- to assist families living in HUD-owned properties that are being sold;
- to assist families affected by the expiration or termination of their Project-based Section 8 and Moderate Rehabilitation contracts;
- to assist families in properties where the owner has prepaid the HUD mortgage;
- to assist families in projects where the Rental Supplement and Rental Assistance Payments contracts are expiring (RAD—Second Component);
- to provide relocation housing assistance in connection with the demolition of public housing;
- to provide replacement housing assistance for single room occupancy (SRO) units that fail housing quality standards (HQS);
- to assist families in public housing developments that are scheduled for demolition in connection with a HUD-approved HOPE VI revitalization or demolition grant; and (8) to assist families consistent with PIH Notice 2016-12, “Funding Availability for Tenant-Protection Vouchers for Certain At-Risk Households in Low-Vacancy Areas—Fiscal Year 2016” and PIH Notice 2015-07, “Funding Availability for Tenant-Protection Vouchers for Certain At-Risk Households in Low-Vacancy Areas—Fiscal Year 2015.”
In total, HUD awarded $86,970,667 for 9,606 housing choice vouchers. The notice lists the awardees alphabetically by state.
The full notice can be read here.