SPRINGFIELD, OH (March 7, 2022) ─ The Clark County Community and Economic Development Department and the City of New Carlisle will be accepting applications for housing repairs and rehabilitation and homeowner assistance beginning today, Monday, March 7, through April 15, 2022.
The 2022 Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program is for income-eligible residents in Clark County and New Carlisle, excluding the city of Springfield. The program may provide up to $15,000 per home for repairs or up to $55,000 for owner rehabilitation or homeowner assistance for income-qualified residents.
To qualify, applicants must have a household income below 80 percent of the median income, be a homeowner in Clark County or New Carlisle (outside of Springfield), own a home in need of repairs or seek assistance in becoming a homeowner, obtain or currently have homeowner’s insurance and have all property taxes paid.
The program is being administered by the Clark County Community and Economic Development Department in partnership with the City of New Carlisle, with additional support from local non-profit agencies Neighborhood Housing Partnership of Greater Springfield and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton.
For program information, application instructions and eligibility requirements, please click the link below for more information:
2022 Community Housing Impact & Preservation Program
To apply, log on to ClarkCountyOhio.gov.
Media contact: Michael Cooper, Public Information Officer, 937-521-2031