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HUD Budget/Appropriations

  • Fiscal Year 2024–25
  • FY 21–23
  • FY 18–20

Fiscal Years 2024–25


FY 25


FY 24

FY 21–23



PHADA and Industry Groups Increase Appropriations Request for FY 23

FY 2023 President’s Budget

FY 2023 Congressional Justifications


FY 22

PHADA, Industry, and PHAs Urge Democratic Leadership to Keep Housing Programs in Build Back Better

PHADA and Other Industry Groups Urge Democratic Leadership to Keep Housing Investments in BBBA

On October 18, Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-VT) released the remaining nine FY 22 Appropriations Bills. The bills comply with the topline spending allocation contained in the FY 22 Budget Resolution. Combined with the three bills reported from the Appropriations Committee in August, the bills provide a 13 percent increase for non-defense discretionary programs and a 5 percent increase for defense programs. These bills are largely a product of bipartisan work to address both Democratic and Republican funding priorities. Below are links to the legislative text, explanatory statement, and a summary for the T-HUD FY 22 appropriations bill:

Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2022

Fact Sheet: The President’s Budget for Fiscal Year 2022

HUD FY 22 Budget in Brief

HUD CFO: FY 2022 Congressional Justifications

Industry Recommendations for FY 22 Budget

White House Releases $1.5T Budget Plan with Major Increase for HUD

The President’s FY 2022 Discretionary Request


FY 21

Appropriations Committee Report - Departments of Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, 2021

House Appropriations Committee Releases FY21 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Funding Bill

Industry Recommendations for FY 21 Budget

President’s Forum: Budget Action Moves to Capitol Hill

Video: PHADA Analysts Discuss HUD’s FY 21 Budget

HUD Budget Proposes Separate Line Item for Moving to Work Agency Funding

New Policy Provisions in FY 21 HUD Budget

President’s Forum: A Closer Look at the Proposed Budget

President’s Budget Would Slash and Eliminate HUD Programs

HUD Secretary Carson's testimony for the March 4 House T-HUD Subcommittee hearing on HUD's FY 21 budget