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

On April 5, 2022, Welcome Home, Clark County’s Community Housing Fund was created to address the urgent need for housing low-income residents – families, seniors, and those who are employed, but unable to find affordable housing.

In a historic first, the Board on September 6, 2022, approved funding of nearly $120 million to fund 30 housing developments across our community, both in new construction and rehab, to ensure that Clark County residents have safe, modern, and most importantly, affordable options to call home.

These initial Welcome Home funds were the first of its kind by a local government in Nevada and will help build or maintain 3,106 units of rental housing for low-income residents. Due to the growing need for housing, coupled with rising construction costs and interest rates, these Welcome Home CHF funds were provided to projects that needed gap financing to supplement Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and other financing sources. 

Future uses of the Welcome Home funds will include homeownership opportunities for residents currently priced out of the housing market, a Community Land Trust, and annual investments in affordable rental housing. The County is also planning a future funding round for permanent supportive housing projects and is assessing opportunities for affordable housing development on county-owned land. 

Current Welcome Home Initiatives

The County is in the process of creating the Welcome Home Community Land Trust. The Community Land Trust will provide homeownership opportunities for low to moderate income first-time homebuyers in Clark County; the County expects to request proposals from developers in 2023 and open applications for homebuyers in 2024 and 2025. 

On May 22, 2023 the County announced an opportunity for affordable housing developers to apply for funding and land to build up to 88 units of workforce housing in the Historic Westside of Las Vegas, as a part of the County’s planned Microbusiness Park.  You can find an application and more information here.

Through our Community Housing Office, Clark County also provides HOME funds 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:  CHF@ClarkCountyNV.gov.