IHCDA RED Monthly November 2018

RED Monthly

RED Notices

18-45: Social Security COLA Announcement

18-44: 2018 CDBG OOR Application Round Open

18-43: Project-based Voucher Administration RFQ Posted

18-42: 2019 Supportive Housing Institute

18-41: Response to Hurricane Florence - Emergency Housing Relief Authorization

18-40: 2018 Ongoing Federal Programs Compliance Manual

Please click here to visit our RED Notices page.

IHCDA Board Meetings

Listed below are board meeting dates for 2018.

November 15, 2018 (Shelbyville)

December 20, 2018 (Princeton)

Click here for more information about these meetings and the IHCDA Board of Directors.

CreatINg Places

The CreatINg Places program continues to accept applications. CreatINg Places is a place-based crowdfunding grant program that employs a donation and reward-based method of crowdfunding called “crowdgranting”. In crowdgranting, citizens actively support projects and activities through web-based donations which, if the fundraising goal is reached within a set time, are then matched by IHCDA grant dollars.

Click here for more information.

This monthly newsletter provides information and updates from the Real Estate Department (RED) at the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA). We are committed to listening to you and empowering you – our partners. Please click here to use the My Voice Portal (MVP) to submit comments on ways we can improve.


2018 CDBG OOR Application Round Open

IHCDA’s 2018 Community Development Block Grant Owner Occupied Rehabilitation (OOR) Final Policy, Application Form, and Appendices are now available on IHCDA’s CDBG webpage.

Dates for the CDBG funding round are listed here.  For more information, please contact your Real Estate Production Analyst

Mickey's Kingdom


Mickey's Kingdom Grand Opening

A new playground in Evansville called Mickey's Kingdom opened in late October thanks to local crowdfunding efforts and a matching grant from IHCDA's CreatINg Places program. The project is approximately 20,000 square feet and has a Liberty Swing and Ability Whirl (a merry-go-round with full accessibility), seating, restrooms and an observation tower with a view overlooking the Ohio River and Downtown Evansville.

Ramp Up

Ramp Up!

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc. recently helped construct 8 new ramps in Tippecanoe and Montgomery counties for persons with disabilities in need of accessibility improvements for their home. For more information about the Ramp Up program, please contact Dani Miller at DMiller@ihcda.in.gov.