Homeowners/mobile homeowners may qualify for up to $6,000 or $12,000 to make improvements to their homes through the Johnson County Housing Rehab or Emergency Home Repair Grant
The Johnson County Board of Supervisors recently allocated American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding for home rehabilitation and repair projects. Applications are now being accepted from homeowners/mobile homeowners who are interested in participating in the Johnson County Housing Rehab or Emergency Home Repair Grant. Homeowners may qualify for up to $6,000 or $12,000 to make improvements to their homes.
The program objective is to help keep people in their homes by providing low-income homeowners, including mobile homeowners, assistance with home repairs and modifications that allow residents to age in place, improve living conditions, or make the home more energy efficient, particularly in households with older adults, those with chronic health conditions, and young children.
Examples of eligible projects include:
Income Guidelines for Eligible Participants:(50% of area median income for Johnson County)
Learn MoreFor more information or to apply to the Johnson County Housing Rehab or Emergency Home Repair Grant program, email Deanna Robinson at ECICOG at email@example.com or call 319.289.0060.
Program Administered By:East Central Iowa Council of Governments 700 Sixteenth Street NE, Suite 301Cedar Rapids, IA 52402https://www.ecicog.org/housing
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