Accepting Grant Applications from Low-Income Homeowners

Published by The Bee News

January 22, 2020

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Lake Havasu City is seeking low-income homeowners who wish to have health & safety-related repairs made to their home.  Applicants are placed on a waiting list only if the following minimum requirements are met:

  1. You meet income qualifications (see income guidelines below).
  2. Your property is located within city limits.
  3. You own and occupy your home.
  4. You are current with your mortgage, property taxes, water bill and sewer loan.
  5. You have current homeowners insurance.
  6. Title to the home is not in a trust.

Income guidelines: (Maximum allowable income for the entire household)

1 person 2 persons 3 persons 4 persons 5 persons 6 persons 7 persons
$30,550 $34,900 $39,250 $43,600 $47,100 $50,600 $54,100

What type of repairs are done?

Health or safety-related repairs (examples include roof replacement, A/C replacement, weatherization, etc.)

When and where do I apply?

Applications are picked up at City Hall, 2330 McCulloch Boulevard N, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm or downloaded from the City Website, www.lhcaz.gov. Completed applications accepted on an ongoing basis.

Please call or email Holly Morin, Grants Administrator, with any questions about this grant at 854-0711 or morinh@lhcaz.gov.

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