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The Housing & Community Development Department provides resources to homeowners and property owners to rehabilitate, weatherize, and beautify their properties. Programs increase community pride, foster relationships, and increase property values.

Accessibility Rehabilitation Program


This program provides forgivable loans to homeowners to provide physical accessibility in housing units.

Accessibility Rehabilitation Program and Application

Bee Branch Healthy Homes Resiliency Program

This program will help make your property more resilient to flooding and water damage, in turn protecting your investment and improving your tenant's residency.
Bee Branch Healthy Homes Resiliency Program



Historic Preservation Revolving Loan Fund Program

This program provides preservation loans to property owners in four (4) primarily residential historic districts for EXTERIOR rehabilitation projects that meet the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for Rehabilitation.
Historic Preservation Revolving Loan Fund Program and Application

Historic Preservation Housing Forgivable Loan Program
This program provides preservation loans (in the form of a forgivable loan) to income-qualifying owner-occupants and to qualified non-profit organizations in any local historic district or City-designated Landmark for specific EXTERIOR rehabilitation projects that preserve the original building materials and character-defining features of a home.  *There are currently no funds available for this program.  
Historic Preservation Housing Forgivable Loan Program and Application

Home Repair Program


This program provides a loan to qualified applicants to do minor repairs to improve conditions of their home.

Home Repair Program and Application



Homeowner Rehabilitation Loan Program


This program provides a loan to qualified applicants to do major improvements to their home.  Get information on this all-purpose loan program for property rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation Loan Program

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Application



Lead Hazard Control & Healthy Homes Program
The lead program aims to prevent lead poisoning by making homes lead safe.  Eligibility qualifications are as follows: applicants live in a house built before 1978; have a child under the age of 6 that lives in or visits the home frequently (or applicant household includes a pregnant woman); and household meets the income guidelines.

Lead Hazard Control & Healthy Homes Program



Washington Neighborhood Rehabilitation Program


This program provides a loan to qualified applicants to do major improvements to their home.  These funds are only available for homes located within The Washington Neighborhood (11th Street to 22nd Street; Elm Street to Central Ave).
Washington Neighborhood Rehabilitation ProgramWashington Neighborhood Map and Application


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