Welcome to the future home of the Allegheny County Whole Home Repair Program
The Whole Home Repair Program will likely begin accepting applications in May 2023.
The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development has allotted $12.9 million for the Allegheny County Whole-Home Repairs Program. This will provide funding to address habitability and safety concerns, provide measures to improve energy or water efficiency, and make units accessible for individuals with disabilities. Additionally, this program provides funding for construction-related workforce development.
- Whole Home Repair will help eligible residents in Allegheny County repair issues in their homes relating to safety and habitability issues such as roofs, windows, siding, foundations, and accessibility modifications.
- These services will be provided at no cost to the homeowner. Assistance is in the form of a grant, NOT as a zero interest or forgivable loan. Max amount of assistance available is $50,000 per home.
- To be eligible, an applicant must live in Allegheny County, own, and live in their home, and provide proof of income documentation for their household, showing that the household is below 80% of the AMI (AMI Chart is below)
2023 Income Guidelines
|Family Size 12 Month Income||Household Count 12 Month Income|
|1 $53,100||5 $81,950|
|2 $60,700||6 $88,000|
|3 $68,300||7 $94,100|
Please continue to visit this site for program updates and for the opening of the application.