Hurd Announces more than $2.8 Million for Tenant-Based Rental Assistance in TX-23

I recently announced that more than $2.8 million has been allocated to Texas from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for Tenant-Based Rental Assistance. The funds will be used to fund the Housing Choice Voucher Program, which provides assistance to very low-income families, the elderly and disabled to ensure access to proper housing. The outpouring of funds is a result of the CARES Act, which I helped get signed into law.

Texas communities are resilient, but they need help to make it through this crisis. Our local housing authorities can use the more than $2.8 million in several ways to help elderly, low income and disabled populations with proper housing. This is especially consequential given the virus spreads so easily. This really can make a huge difference across our communities, and I’m proud to see the bipartisan CARES Act is bringing critical funds home to Texas’ 23rd District.

The following allocations have been made statewide:

  • El Paso - $702,432.00
  • San Antonio - $1,849,080.00
  • Del Rio - $79,610.00
  • Eagle Pass - $45,082.00
  • Crystal City - $12,330.00
  • Devine - $4,870.00
  • Alpine - $6,190.00
  • Carrizo Springs - $11,582.00
  • Pearsall - $10,174.00
  • Cotulla - $5,606.00
  • Dilley - $1,964.00
  • Uvalde - $25,048.00
  • Fabens - $18,250.00
  • Anthony - $60,964.00
  • Fort Stockton - $9,632.00
 

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