Many home repair projects are eligible for the program, including electrical upgrades, roof repair and replacement, window replacement, handicap accessibility projects, and more. The CDBG Program Manager will determine if a project is eligible for the CDBG Home Repair Program.
Income eligibility is determined by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on an annual basis. Current HUD income limits are listed below based on household size. In order to qualify for the Home Repair Program, the homeowner must provide household income information documenting all sources of income.
Completed applications and required documentation should be returned to the Department of Community Development, located at 9 Court Street, Bristol, RI 02809. Once an application is submitted, the Home Repair Program Manager will determine eligibility for the program based on the information received.
Once eligibility has been determined, the CDBG Program Manager will schedule an inspection with the CDBG Home Inspector and you, the homeowner. The Inspector will provide project specifications to the Program Manager, who will then send the specifications to contractors on the Preferred Contractor list for bids. Under Town regulations, the lowest bid will be chosen to complete the work.
To learn more about the Town of Bristol's Home Repair Program process, please contact Chris Vitale at email@example.com.
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