City Of Prescott Valley Home Repair Program

Dated: 09/12/2018

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Do you or someone you know need home repairs?


If you live in the Prescott Valley area The Town of Prescott Valley may be able to help you out!

Currently, they are looking for qualified local homeowners who need assistance with essential home repairs.

About the program: 

  • In the past several years, the Town has received and invested more than $3 million from Arizona Department of Housing grants and almost $1.4 million from the Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation program to assist more than 80 low-income households with necessary repairs. 

  • This yearThe Town has received $275,000 in grant money from ADOH. 

Who can apply: 

  • Any Prescott Valley residence with code violations, safety issues, weatherization, heating and cooling appliances, roofing or any one who needs help with access for people with disabilities.

  • The town is looking to immediately identify those who need assistance with essential repairs. The work must remedy building code violations or health and safety issues to qualify for assistance. 

  • Homeowners must have incomes below the area median income. For a two person household, income must be at or below $21,350 or $24,400 for a household of two.

  • Certain households, such as those with minor children present, the elderly, or those with disabilities are eligible for priority consideration.

How to sign up: 

  • Homeowners can download an application from the Community Development page of the Town of Prescott Valley website at www.pvaz.net

  • Applications also are available at the Community Development Dept. on the second floor of the Civic Center. Contractors interested in bidding on projects also can contact the Community Development Department for information regarding bid dates.

  • For more information, please contact Gary Davis, Project Manager, at 928-759-3058 or gdavis@pvaz.net


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