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Utah Rehabilitation Grants and Programs

For more detailed information and applications on the grants and programs listed, please contact the appropriate housing authority.

Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane and Washington Counties

The Southern Utah Housing Authority offers 1 to 3% interest rate on loans used for home rehabilitation or reconstruction. Common repairs include roof, windows, plumbing, electrical, updated heating system, making home wheelchair accessible or eliminating any unsafe conditions. Must be at or below 80% of the median income level.

Visit the Southern Utah Housing Authority for details and additional programs.

Box Elder, Cache and Rich Counties

The Bear River Association of Government offers a Single Family Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Program or Emergency Home Repair Grant up to $2,000 for minor home repairs that pose a potential health and safety threat. Must be low- to moderate-income level. Repair projects include roof, bathroom, water, electrical systems, septic systems and water hookup repairs.

Visit the Bear River Association of Governments for details.

Davis County

The Davis County Housing Authority offers low interest loans to low- to moderate-income families throughout Davis County to rehabilitate their homes. Rehabilitation may include repairs to correct code violations, replacement of mechanical systems and remodeling for wheelchair access. An Emergency Home Repair program is also available to low-income, elderly or disabled homeowners for repairs that require immediate attention.

Visit the Davis County Housing Authority to learn more.

Morgan, Salt Lake and Tooele Counties

The Community Development Corporation of Utah offers 0 to 3% interest rate loans up to $15,000 for moderate- to low-income families and seniors for home improvements. In addition, $8,000 in grant money is available to improve the energy efficiency of a home. Grants are available for all Salt Lake County homeowners, including all 16 unincorporated cities.

Visit Community Development Corporation of Utah to learn more.


Provo offers an Emergency Home Repair grant of up to $5,000 for properties owned and occupied by low- to very-low income people 60 years and older or low- to moderate-income households owned and occupied by active-duty military within Provo City limits. Repairs must be a health or safety emergency.

Visit Provo’s web site to learn more and apply.

West Jordan

West Jordan’s Housing Rehabilitation Program offers low-interest loans to homeowners living within West Jordan to bring existing homes up to the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Minimum Property Standards. Loans are for a 10 to 20 year period at a 5% interest rate. Seniors and disabled persons may qualify for a 0% interest deferred loan with no payments required until the home is disposed of.

Visit West Jordan’s web site for details and other available programs.

West Valley

West Valley offers up to $25,000 at 0 to 3% interest rate for home rehabilitation, accessibility modifications, code violations of health, safety concerns and/or energy improvements. Applicants must be at or below 80% median income and credit scores of 550 or better. Loan to value is restricted to 95%.

Visit West Valley’s web site for details and other programs.

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