Our City partners in the Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization Unit want to help fund projects including energy- saving window and door improvements, kitchen and bathroom remodeling for situations where leaks, moisture or just age have caused damage. In some circumstances, old carpets may be replaced with hardwood floors. The City’s Critical Repair Program can address electrical systems, furnace and exterior improvements like roofing and rotted wood on a front porch. Income eligibility is determined by number of people living in your home but by example for a family of 3, if your annual income is under $48,400, you are eligible. Please contact Elyse Poy to discuss your potential project, 291-4731, and pass this information along to your friends and neighbors in Lancaster City.
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