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Nevada Data for FY2009-2013
Program
FY 2009-2013*
TOTALS
NUMBER OF
PROJECTS
     
Business and Industry Guaranteed Loans
$48,040,840
21
Intermediary Relending Program
$1,700,000
2
Renewable Energy Loans and Grants
$1,049,496
46
Rural Business Enterprise Grants
$1,529,113
37
Rural Economic Development Loans and Grants
$0
0
Value-Added Producer Grants
$23,655
1
Single Family Housing Direct Loans
$47,000,517
344
Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loans
$482,681,816
3,182
Home Repair Loans and Grants
$1,136,836
212
Self Help Housing Technical Assistance Grants
$1,058,832
3
Multi-Family Housing Direct Loans
$577,613
4
Multi-Family Housing Guaranteed Loans
$0
0
Farm Labor Housing Loans and Grants
$31,171
1
Rental Assistance
$39,473,496
257
Community Facility Direct Loans
$21,714,765
16
Community Facility Guaranteed Loans
$2,448,922
1
Community Facility Grants
$1,151,040
40
Water and Waste Direct Loans
$33,015,587
20
Water and Waste Guaranteed Loans
$0
0
Water and Waste Grants
$18,318,134
26
Telecommunications Loans and Grants (DLT)
$20,069,420
9
Electric Loans
$0
0
     
TOTAL
$721,021,253
4,222
 

*Includes American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in applicable programs. These figures do not reflect all Rural Development programs and can be subject to change based on de-obligations or other adjustments that may occur at the local level. For funding information about other programs please contact a state office.


Success Stories

  • Young Brothers Ranch, located in Big Smoky Valley needed to reduce their power costs to run their irrigation system. They farm 780 acres of alfalfa and small grain hay. USDA, Rural Development provided a grant of $95,423 to purchase a 93kW hydro turbine generator that will replace 79% of the energy needed for hay production. The Young Brothers Ranch 93kW hydro turbine generator will use existing water sources to produce electricity to aid with hay production, reducing their current energy costs by an estimated $37,124 per year.


  • The Town of Jackpot in Elko County had excessive levels of uranium. In order to avoid costly treatment, the Town of 1,326 residents opted to install a new well and well house, two booster pumps, and backup electrical generation for two wells. The initial USDA, Rural Development Water and Waste Disposal Loan in the amount of $695,000 and subsequent loan of approximately $1.2 million has directly improved services to the residents – as a result their water quality is now greatly enhanced.

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Last Modified:10/10/2014 
 
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