This program is for homeowners. For eligibility requirements, please see below.
This is a federally funded loan/grant program from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that is administered through the City of Mesa Housing Services Division. The funds are used on various projects for the development and revitalization of targeted areas of the city. This program is funded through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME programs.
The purpose of the Homeowner Rehabilitation Program is to improve the livability of a home, to extend its life for a minimum of 10 years, and to meet the current minimum building codes, whenever possible. Major emphasis is given to housing problems affecting safety and health (such as gas leaks, outdated and hazardous electrical wiring, and plumbing).
The actual amount of repairs needed will be determined from an inspection and evaluation of the home. This type of assistance can vary depending on the needs in a home; however, not all homes can be repaired. If the home has too many major problems, it may not qualify for our regular housing rehab/repair program, but we may be able to help with emergency repair(s) for safety reasons.
The goals of the Homeowner Rehabilitation Program are to:
- Eliminate health and safety hazards in older homes
- Benefit low-income, very low-income, and extremely low-income, and disabled residents
- Address energy efficiency issues
- Improve neighborhoods and encourage long-term stability
We provide help in the following areas:
- Sewer Lines
- Termite Control
- Exterior Doors
- Exterior Paint (two colors)
- Interior Paint
- Smoke Detectors
- Bathroom Fixtures
- Kitchen Countertops
- Kitchen Fixtures
- Hot Water Heaters
- Home Accessibility
- Other Health and Safety Items
There is a priority list that we are required to use in making any repairs. Your position on this priority list depends on what your needs are, and the condition of your home. For more information or to be placed on the waiting list, call 480-644-3208 or fill out the Homeowner Rehabilitation Program Interest Form.
- The property to be rehabilitated must be located in the City of Mesa city limits
- Must be owner-occupied for a minimum of one year
- You must qualify at 80% of the area median income
- Priority is given to those who have not received assistance before
- Owner may be required to live in the home for a specified period of time
Homeowner Rehabilitation Policy and Procedure Guidelines
- Make your house accessible to family members with special needs
- Bring your house up to minimum safe property standards and local codes
- Improve the property values for you and your neighborhood
- Improve your living conditions and extend the life of your house
- Eliminate unsafe and hazardous conditions
- Provide for improvements to change the style or colors
- Make your home "Look Like New" - most repairs are not easily seen
- Add to the size of your house
- Routine maintenance