The Neighborhood Pride Paint Program provides grant funding assistance to qualified low- and moderate-income homeowners for the purpose of painting the exterior of their homes. The program is part of broader effort to maintain and improve the character, aesthetic quality and property values within the community. This program is funded on an annual basis, subject to the availability of Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds and City Council authorization.
The award of grants to eligible applicants will be based on a lottery. Due to funding constraints, the number of grants awarded each year is limited.
|2022 Maximum Income
|1 person household||$75,900|
|2 person household||$86,750|
|3 person household||$97,600|
|4 person household||$108,400|
|5 person household||$117,100|
|6 person household||$125,750|
|7 person household||$134,450|
|8 person household||$143,100|
Homes will be tested to determine if lead-based paint is present prior to acceptance. If lead-based paint is found, the homeowner will be offered the opportunity to apply for a housing rehabilitation loan to implement lead abatement measures and repainting.
The City is not currently accepting applications for the Neighborhood Pride Paint Program grants. However, the City Council has approved 2023 CDBG funding for Program Implementation in Fiscal Year 2022-2023 (begins July 1, 2023).
Please see the City's July Leaflet publication or check back in July for more information on how to apply for a grant.