More than $2 million in 2023 Orange County Community Development Block Grant awards

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Orange County Government Center in Goshen

GOSHEN – Ten municipalities and one developer have been approved to receive more than $2 million through the 2023 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnerships Program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Those awards will enable communities to address local needs by pursuing a variety of infrastructure, ADA accessibility and community development projects.

“The County continues to partner with municipalities to ensure that they can access the most effective resources, including federal grant programs,” said County Executive Steven Neuhaus said. “Through our Office of Community Development, we develop these meaningful partnerships and pursue high-impact projects that will better the lives of Orange County residents. These grants will help communities throughout the county improve their senior centers, sidewalks, sewer systems, drainage, and roads.”

The Orange County Legislature will be submitted to HUD as part of the County’s 2023 Housing and Community Development Annual Action Plan:

2023 Orange County Community Development Block Grant Awards

Town of Deerpark: Senior Center Improvements, $125,000

Village of Greenwood Lake: Waterstone Road ADA Sidewalk Improvements, $125,000

Village of Maybrook: Sanitary Sewer Improvements, $185,000

Village of Montgomery: Senior Center Improvements and Expansion, $185,000

Town of Newburgh: Roseton Hills Sewer Plant Improvements Phase II, $185,000

Village of Walden: Sanitary Sewer Lining Improvements, $125,000

Town of Wallkill: Northern Woods Neighborhood Drainage Improvements, $185,000

Town of Warwick: Winslow Therapeutic Riding Program for Adults with Disabilities, $25,000

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh: The rehabilitation of four vacant homes, $140,000

CDBG COVID-19 funds were also awarded to the Town of Crawford for a walking trail and recreational area ($195,000) and to the Town of Monroe for improvement to its senior center ($195,000).