We have met capacity for this quarter of fiscal year 2019 and are not accepting Housing Rehabilitation applications at this time. For urgent needs, please contact Resources for Seniors or Rebuilding Together of the Triangle.
What is the Housing Rehabilitation Program?
The Cary Housing Rehabilitation Program provides federal funds to assist eligible residential property owners located within the Town limits to undertake home repairs and improvements. These improvements can range from minor repairs and painting to substantial roof and structural renovations on houses that are in serious disrepair.
The goals of the program are to:
1. Preserve existing affordable housing stock;
2. Provide a suitable living environment for residents;
3. Eliminate slum or blighting influences within a residential neighborhood.
These goals, in turn, are designed to preserve the attractiveness of the neighborhood, provide safe and healthy homes for low- and moderate-income families and ensure that older properties do not become dilapidated and negatively impact the local community.
The multi-year program is funded through an annual General Fund appropriation from the Town budget and from the Federal Community Development Block Grant and is administered by the Town’s Planning and Development Services Department. Funding amounts vary annually depending on available resources.
Julie Clifton, Administrative Assistant
Planning and Development Services Department
P.O. Box 8005
Cary, NC 27512-8005