Housing Rehabilitation Program
Thank you for your interest in the Housing Rehabilitation program. With the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, only emergency repair applications may be submitted at this time.
We will begin accepting new applications (of all programs) on May 4th. A new application must be submitted via email. Please call us at 972-208-8150 for instructions on how to proceed.
The City of Plano is committed to creating livable and sustainable community through vital neighborhoods and exciting urban centers. We strive to maintain and enhance the quality of single and multi-family homes, both in appearance and through renovation.
The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Lead Based Paint Information
On September 15, 2000 the federal "Lead Safe Housing Rule" took effect. The requirements in this rule apply to all housing built before 1978, the year lead-based paint was banned for consumer use in the United States. The purpose of this rule is to protect young children from lead-based paint hazards in housing that is financially assisted by the federal government or being sold by the government.
To comply with the rule, each pre-1978 home is inspected for lead paint. If lead paint exists in the home, the housing rehabilitation program will include lead interim controls in the repair work to be done on the home.
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Not all of your repair requests are eligible and the program does not cover remodeling of the residence. The program goal is to bring the qualified dwellings to an acceptable standard, and enhancing and revitalizing neighborhoods within the City of Plano.
Our Housing Rehabilitation Program offers two (2) opportunities to assist with housing repairs to eligible, income qualified Plano families who own and occupy their homes. The program is funded by the U.S. Development of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
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Limited Repairs Assistance Opens a New Window. is made for essential repairs to revitalize the neighborhood, stop further deterioration of your home and improve energy efficiency. These repairs are offered in the form of partially forgivable loans with 10-year terms and competitive rates. The assistance limit is $55,000 but may be less depending on qualifications.
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Emergency Assistance Opens a New Window. is provided for conditions that pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the family and occurred recently without warning. Examples include inoperable air conditioner or heater and broken sewer and water supply lines. These repairs are offered in the form of a grant.
Consistent with the City's goals of neighborhood revitalization and maintaining and increasing its affordable housing stock to Low and Moderate Income eligible households, Limited Repairs or Reconstruction assistance-- funded with CDBG - is made available to qualified investors owning and managing 1-4 unit rental housing and Household Care Facilities. View more information on Limited Repair Assistance for Investor-Owned Properties Opens a New Window. .
The City of Plano's Community Services Division keeps an open Pre-Approved Vendor List for those general contractors interested in contracting/bidding opportunities related to the City's Housing Rehabilitation Program. For more information please review the Contractor Participation Requirements below. Interested general contractors must complete the application form and include with their completed application a signed copy of the Contractor Participation Requirement for consideration and approval.
To apply for assistance, each adult household owner/occupant must accurately complete an application. Please ensure that all blanks are filled in and dates are included where appropriate. Failure to provide complete and accurate information may result in a loss or denial of assistance. Only complete applications will be accepted.
Limited Repairs Assistance Application - for owner(s)
Emergency Assistance Application - For owner(s)
Non-Owner Adult Application - For all non-owner occupants age 18 years and older. This includes adult children, tenants, relatives, etc.
Residency Verification Form- For all owner and occupants age 18 years and older
***All household member(s), who are 18 years and older, must complete the Non-Owner Adult Application form along with residence verification forms and provide supporting documents as listed on the last page of the application.***