(Fargo, ND) -- The City of Fargo is asking for public input on how to spend more than one million dollars allocated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
"Both of these programs basically seek to serve needs on affordable housing, neighborhood improvements, ending and preventing homelessness, and fair housing," said Nicole Crutchfield, Director of Planning and Development for the city.
She says the primary purpose of the funds is to benefit low and moderate income individuals and households.
The city is taking public input now through December 6th.
Use the link bellow to learn more about the city's HUD "Action Plan".
Questions can be emailed to the city, using this email address: PlanningFargoND [dot] gov