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Sacramento, CA assists low-income households with repairs through Justice for Neighbors pilot

Sacramento, CA Justice for Neighbors Household Repairs Pilot

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City officials identified deteriorating housing conditions as a significant issue for local households. Justice for Neighbors offers up to $15,000 per successful applicant to address code violations. Qualified applicants are homeowners earning 80% or less of the area median income. Project partner Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento will fix electrical, plumbing, roofing, and HVAC issues. The pilot lasts four years or until $504,000 in program funds are exhausted.


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Staff Report on Justice for Neighbors Emergency Home Repair Pilot Program


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