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Economic Resilience
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National Disaster Resilience Competition
President Obama announced a nearly $1 billion competition to help communities recover and become more resilient following natural disasters.
[Learn more about the competition]
President Obama Speaks on American Energy
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President Obama Recognizes Solar Contributions of Affordable Housing Providers

HUD-Assisted Multi-Family Buildings to Double the use of on-site Solar Energy.
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[Better Buildings Challenge Partner]
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Secretary Donovan Tours Energy Investments at the Baltimore Housing Authority

Better Buildings Challenge Partner highlighted work to cut energy use and save money
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Sustainable Communities Grantees Gathered in Washington
Hundreds of individuals from 143 grants shared best practices, exchanged ideas, and charted a robust future for their communities
[Learn more about the event]
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HUD and DOT launch the Location Affordability Portal
This new source of information on combined housing and transportation costs will help families & organizations make more informed decisions about where to live, work & invest.
[Learn more about the Location Affordability Portal]

The Office of Economic Resilience helps communities and regions build diverse, prosperous, resilient economies by enhancing quality of place; advancing effective job creation strategies; reducing housing, transportation, and energy consumption costs; promoting clean energy solutions; and creating economic opportunities for all.


In Their Voices

Hear what Sustainability Grantees
are saying about their projects

Columbus, Ohio

Residents of Mid-Ohio's Weinland Park Neighborhood talk about new plans for an urban Food District and Job Center

In Their Voice follows the work of HUD’s Community Challenge
and Regional Planning Grantees in
short video interviews, website links and profiles

Watch the videos
Read Community Profiles

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