The following projects have been funded by the 2014 Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME):
|Project Name and Address||Project Description and Other Information|
|John Lynn Apartments
1347 Dakota Street
Missoula MT 59801
|Western Montana Mental Health Center (WMMHC)
will construct an 8-unit rental apartments for households whose
incomes are at or below 50% of the local median income, and
specifically targeted to homeless individuals, those with mental
health, substance abuse or co-occurring disorders, or those with
The HOME funding equals $748,000 with a total project budget of $1,241,500. This project started 3/1/14 and is estimated to be completed in mid-December 2014.
|District XI Human Resource Council (HRC)
will provide TBRA in the form of security deposits, utility
deposits, and ongoing rental subsidies to households whose incomes
are at or below 80% of the local median income, with 90% of
assistance directed to households whose annual income is less than
60% of Missoula's area median income.
HOME funding equals $50,000 with the total project budget of $96,966. The program started 7/1/14 and will end 6/30/15.
|Women's Opportunity and Resources
Development, Inc. (WORD) will provide TBRA in the form of security
deposits, utility deposits, and ongoing rental subsidies to
households whose incomes are at or below 80% of the local median
income, with 90% of assistance directed to households whose annual
income is less than 60% of Missoula's area median income.
HOME funding for this project is $50,000 with a total project budget of $96,966. The project started 12/29/13 and will end 6/30/14.
Silver Park is part of the Saw Mill Brownfields cleanup project that was completed in the spring of 2014. The park is located to the west of Ogren Field and along the Clark Fork River with walking/biking trails, picnic tables, a boat landing, and a reservable picnic shelter and pavilion (see City of Missoula for more information). View a video of the park area at the point it was almost complete.
The park is part of the former industrial site west of the Orange Street bridge that was a lumber mill in operation for 100 years. In 2002, private developers partnered with the City of Missoula to clean up the vestiges of industrial use. The cleanup was financed by the EPA Brownfield Loan Program and was more than a decade in the works.
State CDBG grant helps build the Tom Roy Youth Guidance Home - GCP staff applied for the State CDBG funds for this project and provided oversight of those funds. The project was dedicated on September 10, 2014.
A grant program to pay for replacement of non-EPA certified woodstoves in the Seeley Lake community. Learn more about the program with this fact sheet or on the wood stove change out program webpage. View the video on this project. (This will take a few minutes to download - it is over 3 gb).
In June of 2010, Missoula County Commissioners resolved to incorporate 'environmentally responsible guidelines into all buildings the County plans, designs, builds, renovates, remodels and operates." As such, the Courthouse/Annex renovation team is working to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED®) certification for the project. (County's resolution establishing the Missoula County Green Building Policy)
To view the current projects funded by the Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME), click on this link.