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Changes in ESG Recipient Funding Status Between FY 2011 and FY 2020

Date Published: April 2019

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Description

This chart identifies the Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) Program recipient changes for FY 2019 and FY 2020. HUD is providing this chart to make it easy to see the changes in communities that are receiving ESG funding. If your city or county is not listed on the chart, then its status remains the same as in prior years – either it will continue to receive a direct allocation of ESG funding from HUD, or it will continue not to.

Please note: If your community or non-profit organization will not be receiving an ESG allocation this year, you should contact your state ESG recipient to see if you can apply for funding under the state program.

This chart is also being released to help communities make decisions about whether to accept the ESG funding in a given year or whether to decline the funds and reallocate them to the state. For example, if a county did not receive ESG funding in FY 2017 and FY 2018, will receive it in FY 2019, but not in FY 2020, that county might decide not to accept the FY 2019 funds.

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