The Home Repair Program provides financial assistance with needed home repairs to eligible low- to moderate-income homeowners. The amount of assistance is determined by the scope or type of project and the amount of household income. Assisted properties must be single-family homes, owner-occupied, and located within the Holland City limits. Up to $10,000 of assistance is available ($5,000 if the project involves disturbance of lead-based paint).
Assistance to program participants includes help with determining necessary repairs, solicitation of bids, selection of a contractor, and ensuring that repairs were completed satisfactorily.
Types of allowable repairs may include, but are not limited to:
- Replacement of aging or failing major mechanical systems
- Exterior repairs, such as roofing, siding, or windows
- Repairs to improve health and safety of occupants
- Repairs needed to correct for code violations
- Modifications needed to make the home safer and more accessible for seniors or occupants with disabilities
- Repairs or upgrades to improve energy efficiency
Ineligible repairs or improvements include, but are not limited to:
- Purchase of appliance
- Room additions
- Non-essential upgrades
For applications and guidelines, please see the supporting documents below. A more complete list of eligibility requirements and household income limits can be found on the Home Repair Program Flyer.
Please direct questions and/or completed applications to:
3rd Floor City Hall
270 River Avenue
Holland, MI 49423
To view BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES of some of the projects that were completed with the help of the Home Repair Program, please follow this link.
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