Housing Rehabilitation Grant Programs
The Community Development Department has two (2) housing rehabilitation grant programs available for low to moderate income residents. The grant programs started on Wednesday, July 1st. Residents can come to City Hall and fill out a waitlist form, or download the waitlists below and submit them at City Hall to be considered for a grant. Priority is given to first time applicants. The programs do not permit improvements for aesthetic purposes or home improvement repairs prior to an immediate resale of the property. Applicants will be required to sign a waiver ensuring that they will continue to reside in the subject property after the rehabilitation work is completed for a minimum period of twelve (12) months from the “sign off” or completion of work date, or risk paying back the grant funds.
The CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Program provides grants up to $7,500 for low and moderate income households (80% of Median Income for Los Angeles County). Program eligibility is determined by household income, and adjusted by household size. Eligible use of funds includes roofing, termite fumigation, windows and doors, to name a few.
The Mobile Home Rehabilitation Program will provide grants up to $3,000 for low and moderate income households for home repairs such as roof repair, windows, doors, A/C, etc. Preliminary eligibility requires the household falls within the following income limits.
The City’s new Mobile Home Lift Program provides vertical platform lifts to San Dimas mobile home park disabled or handicapped residents of low to moderate income who otherwise could not afford to purchase one. Applicants must reside in one of the five mobile home parks in San Dimas to qualify. Click here to view the program flyer.
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Please call (909) 394-6207 and leave a message or come to City Hall and request a waitlist form from the Front Desk staff at City Hall. The form will get you on the waitlist and provide us information to verify if your project meets the program guidelines. We will contact you and let you know when an application for the grant will be mailed to you.