The Red Wing Housing and Redevelopment Authority provides housing opportunities to elderly, disabled, handicapped, and family households in the city of Red Wing, Minnesota through a number of local, state, and federal programs. In addition, the RWHRA provides community redevelopment programs to assist in the development of businesses and their properties in Red Wing.
We operate our business with four values in mind:
1) Sustainability 2) Innovation 3) Initiatives 4) Transparency
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM
The Red Wing Housing and Redevelopment Authority Board of Commissioners reallocated funds to the Community Development Grant Program at its regular Board meeting on November 11, 2014 for 2015. The 2015 allocation was set at $40,000 with a maximum grant amount of $20,000 per application. The community Development Grant Program is open to 501 c 3 non-profit organizations. Examples of eligible grant purposes are for equipment for use by the applicant; office furniture; appliances; desks; tables; rehabilitation of buildings owned by the applicant; pass-through funding for activities that develop the community. See the Community Development Grant Program for further details on the program.
We are accepting applications as of January 1, 2015.
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Red Wing HRA Receives $923,000
Minnesota Housing POHP Award
The Red Wing HRA received a $923,000 2014 Public Owned Housing Program (POHP) award from Minnesota Housing on February 19, 2015. Red Wing HRA was one of 33 organizations statewide to receive a POHP award. Total POHP awards amounted to $17.7 million dollars. The Red Wing HRA will now be able to replace 225 windows in Jordan Tower I in late 2015. The HRA will be installing H-Windows which are highly energy efficient as well having a hinging mechanism that will allow the exterior window to be cleaned from the inside of the apartment unit. Total cost of the project will be about $1.2 million with the matching funds coming from local and federal resources. See more information from Minnesota Housing on the POHP selections by clicking on this link:
HRA and CEDA announce Small Cities program for Old West Main and Gateway areas
WAITING LIST APPLICATION
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Please complete all four pages.
SECTION 8 WAITING LIST ClOSED 10/31/2014
RED WING HRA BOARD REPORTS
2013 Red Wing HRA Audit - click here
2012 Red Wing HRA Audit - click here
HRA INCREASES SMALL CITIES PROGRAM INCOME LOAN ALLOCATION
Maps of the target area are available from the HRA - click here
Application form and guidelines - click here
The Red Wing HRA Board of Commissioners on March 11, 2014 increased the allocation of the Small Cities Program Income Fund by $100,000 and has authorized the HRA to accept two new applications. The maximum loan amount is $50,000. Commercial properties in the targeted area are eligible for application. The targeted areas are basically Old West Main and Downtown.
The HRA has already approved one application for funding from an earlier round. That means that $50,000 is available for funding a new application. The HRA will accept two new applications for processing. However only one application will be funded until additional program income funds are received. The application that is first completed and approved by the Board will be funded first. The second application will need to wait for funding. Our intention is to fund the second application as soon as funding is available. Once the two applications are accepted, the HRA will close the application process.
With this latest increase in the funding, the HRA has allocated $450,000 in Program Income funds for the program since its initiation in February of 2013.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
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Applicants must pass background check, crime checks and landlord references.
Contact the HRA at 651-388-7571
Preference for Seniors, Disabled
Red Wing Housing & Redevelopment Authority
428 West Fifth Street, Red Wing, MN 55066
Red Wing Housing and Redevelopment Authority
HOUSING MARKET ANALYSIS AND DEMAND ESTIMATES
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To provide quality, affordable, sustainable housing and community redevelopment programs utilizing resources that develop public and private partnerships.