Code Enforcement Rehabilitation Program
The Code Enforcement Rehabilitation Program assists low-income owners of homes that are owner-occupied to eliminate exterior code violations, and to improve and preserve neighborhoods at the same time.
What is the Code Enforcement Rehabilitation Program?
Up to $2,500 per unit is available to assist income-eligible owners of homes that are owner-occupied, who have received notice of code violations, to make the necessary repairs to bring their home into compliance. Eligible repairs may include the following:
- Exterior painting
- Rafters, soffit and fascia repair
- Window glass and screens
- Railings and stairs
- Landings and porches
- Yard maintenance and debris removal when done in conjunction with repairs to the home.
Ineligible repairs include:
- Repairs to mobile homes
- Driveways, sidewalks and paved areas; and
- Removal of inoperable vehicles
To receive repair work, the applicant must demonstrate ownership of the unit and it must be his or her primary residence.
Total household income cannot exceed 80% of the area median income, adjusted for family size, as defined by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. Applicants must demonstrate proof of income.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Income Guidelines (as of January 2013)
(Family Size - Max Gross Income)
- 1 Person - $34,250
- 2 Persons - $39,150
- 3 Persons - $44,050
- 4 Persons - $48,900
- 5 Persons - $52,850
- 6 Persons - $56,750
- 7 Persons - $60,650
- 8 Persons - $64,550
HOW TO APPLY:
For more information or to initiate the application process, please call Robin Slade at 891-6528 or click here to obtain the application (PDF).