Sacramentans can get up to $15,000 for home improvement repairs

It’s tool time.


Contract work for all repairs will be done by Habitat for Humanity.

Sacramento City Council has approved $500,000+ in grant money for income-eligible Sacramentans in need of urgent home repairs.

The Justice for Neighbors Emergency Home Repair Program will disburse up to $15,000 to homeowners for issues like inadequate roofing, plumbing, and HVAC or electrical systems.

Eligibility requirements include:

The program — which is not yet open for applications — is being run by a partnership between the Community Development Department and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento. Habitat for Humanity is hoping to work with other nonprofits to provide further assistance as well.

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