HARRISBURG – Gov. Tom Wolf announced the distribution of over $8.2 million in funding through the PA Home Investment Partnerships Program to support affordable housing in 15 counties. It’s a federally funded program that provides municipalities with grant and loan assistance to expand and preserve the supply of decent and affordable housing for low-income Pennsylvanians. Over $1 million will go to the City of Lancaster for first-time home-buyers in partnership with the Spanish American Civic Association Development Corporation. Lebanon County will receive over $696,000 for rental housing in partnership with the Lebanon County Housing Authority, the Housing Development Corporation of Lebanon County, the Palmyra Area Interfaith Housing Council, and Brick Property Services. $500,000 will go to Perry County for existing owner-occupied housing in partnership with SEDA-Council of Governments.

GOV. TOM WOLF