East Providence announces home improvement grant program

Eligibility is based on income and other factors

Posted 2/13/20

EAST PROVIDENCE — Mayor Bob DaSilva and the City of East Providence Community Development Office announced a grant and loan program for homeowners and landlords seeking to make general repairs. …

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East Providence announces home improvement grant program

Eligibility is based on income and other factors

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EAST PROVIDENCE — Mayor Bob DaSilva and the City of East Providence Community Development Office announced a grant and loan program for homeowners and landlords seeking to make general repairs.
Homeowners and landlords interested in updating old or inefficient heating equipment, replacing old windows and siding or updating leaky or old roofs, should consider this program.
In addition, the program may also be used for lead paint hazard reduction. Lead paint can permanently harm children under the age of six.
The program offers grants, no-interest deferred payment loans and low-interest loans to owner-occupied and qualifying rental properties in East Providence. Eligibility is based on income and other factors.
Eligibility:
Those who own a single- or multi-family rental property in East Providence
Those whose household income is less than 80 percent of the area median income, adjusted by household size
Those whose tenant’s household income is less than 80 percent of the area median income, adjusted by household size
For more information or if you are interested in applying, please call 401-435-7536 or email Efox@cityofeastprov.com or dbachrach@cityofeastprov.com.
To download the application, please visit the Community Development page here... 

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