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Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG) Imminent Threat Funding

US Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD)

Imminent Threat grants are intended to alleviate or remove imminent threats towards health or safety.

About the Award:

This grant is a first come-first served program to eliminate or lessen problems which pose an imminent threat to public health or safety of tribal residents. The threat must be unique and unusual and not something that the tribe has known about for a long time. It must also impact the entire tribal service area, not just a few homes.

Example Eligible IAQ Activities:

Fire Damage, Construction, Storm Remediation.

Funding Details:

  • 5% of years's allocation for ICDBG funding.
  • Maximum Grant: $450,000 ($900,000 for project responding to Presidentially-declared emergencies)
Award Type:
Indoor Air Quality Topics covered:

Program Highlights:

In 2013, the Spokane Tribe Air Quality Program partnered with both the Spokane Water and Fish Program and Planning Department to apply for an ICDBG Imminent Threat Grant. This $450,000 grant funded the mitigation of air-based radon contamination in 21 homes and remediated radon contamination in the tribe's water system, through the installation of multiple filtration systems. [Source]

Typical Application Period: Rolling

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