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Public Hearing: Salt Lake County is seeking community input for more than $6.2 million dollars available in funding to address housing, shelter, and services under the Home Investment Partnership Program.

Posted By Regional Development
January 30, 2023

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Community input needed to craft HOME ARP allocation proposal.

Salt Lake County, UT – The Salt Lake County Office of Regional Development needs community input as it crafts its HOME ARP allocation proposal. This proposal will determine the use of  $6,213,428.00 in federal funding meant to address the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy, public health, State and local governments, individuals, and businesses.

This public hearing is an opportunity for citizens to learn more about the HOME ARP program, including what activities are eligible, the amount of funds that are available, and who will qualify.

Funds must address the need for housing, shelter and services to specific populations (QPs). These four QPs are:

  • Homeless Individuals
  • Those at risk of Homelessness
  • Individuals Fleeing, or attempting to Flee, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking, or Human Trafficking
  • Other populations who do not qualify under any of the populations above but meet one of the following criteria:
    • Other Families Requiring Services of Housing Assistance to Prevent Homelessness
    • Those At Greatest Risk of Housing Instability

These funds can only be used to:

  • Produce or preserve affordable housing
  • Provide Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA)
  • Provide supportive services, homeless prevention services, and housing counseling
  • Purchase and develop non-congregate shelter or can be converted to; emergency shelter, permanent housing, or affordable housing

The Public Hearing will take place on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 · 4:00pm – 5:30pm.

Salt Lake County will be hosting a hybrid Public Hearing which will include options for both in-person and virtual attendance via WebEx. 

  • In-Person Attendance: County Council Chambers, 2001 South State Street, First Floor, North Building, Room N1-100.

The Salt Lake County Government Center is ADA accessible. Accessible parking and entrance are available on the east side of the north building.  Accessible parking is also available on the east side of the south building. 

 Virtual Attendance: Join from the Webex meeting link

Meeting number (access code): 2489 403 9423

Meeting password: Vawk2CzVJ72

Join by phone at 1-213-306-3065 United States Toll

Following the Public Hearing, a separate Public Notice will be posted announcing the start of the Public Comment Period which will be open for a 30-day period.  The Salt Lake County HOME-ARP Allocation Proposal will be released at the start of the Public Comment period. The public comment period will begin on or about February 9, 2023.



In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services or alternate formats) for individuals with disabilities may be provided upon receipt of a request with five working days’ notice. To expedite accommodation requests and coordination, call 385-468-4900. TTY/TDD users should call 7-1-1. 

Language services are available with 24-hour notice.