Welcome Home Community Housing Fund Projects
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View a complete list of Welcome Home Community Housing Fund projects.


In Spring of 2022, the Welcome Home Program and Clark County’s Community Housing Fund (CHF) were created to address the urgent need for housing for low-income residents in Southern Nevada, including families, seniors, and those who are employed but unable to find affordable housing. Since then, the Board of County Commissioners has approved CHF funding of over $170 million for 36 housing developments across our community, both new construction and rehab, to ensure that Clark County residents have safe, modern, and most importantly, affordable places to call home. These Welcome Home funds are the first of their kind provided by a local government in Nevada and are helping to build or maintain approximately 3,700 units of low-income rental housing. The funds were provided to projects that needed gap financing to supplement Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and other financing sources. 

In addition to the CHF fund, the Clark County Community Housing Office (CHO) also administers the County’s HOME, HOME-ARP, Private Activity Bonds, and other programs that support the development of affordable housing. As of May of 2024, there are nearly 5,000 units of permanent affordable and supportive housing in the pipeline relying on over $200 million in funding from Clark County.

Additional future Welcome Home programs include a Community Land Trust for affordable homeownership, continued annual CHF funding rounds, and opportunities for affordable housing development on county-owned and BLM land. 

Current Welcome Home and Community Housing Office Initiatives
The 2023 Welcome Home CHF funding round is now closed.   Find the Program Guide with embedded link to the application HERE.

The FY 2024-2025 application for HUD HOME funds is now closed.  Find the Program Guide with embedded link to the application HERE 

The Welcome Home Program Permanent Supportive Housing funding round is now closed.  This funding round consists of two companion applications, one for construction and development, and one for supportive services.  All applicants should read both Program Guides and pay close attention to the requirements for using the HUD HOME-ARP funds.  The Program Guides, including Application instructions, can be found here:

Development of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH)
Supportive Services for PSH
Applications were due on November 14th, 2023.

The County is in the process of creating the Welcome Home Community Land Trust. The Community Land Trust (CLT) will provide homeownership opportunities for low to moderate income first-time homebuyers in Clark County. The County expects to open applications for homebuyers in 2025.

Through our Community Housing Office, Clark County manages our Private Activity Bond Cap and HUD  HOME funds. Both programs are available to affordable housing developers.


Our Social Service Department provides other resources for residents in need of housing and assistance.

To receive information about future CHF funding rounds and other opportunities, or for questions about the CHF, please email:

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