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Grants available to help residents fix up their homes

Posted 8/14/19

Grants of up to $20,000 are now available to income-eligibile homeowners in Dauphin County to fix up their homes.

The grants can be used to bring a property up to standards that would correct any …

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Grants available to help residents fix up their homes

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Grants of up to $20,000 are now available to income-eligibile homeowners in Dauphin County to fix up their homes.

The grants can be used to bring a property up to standards that would correct any existing deficiencies or hazards and make it a decent, safe and sanitary place to live, according to a press release posted on the Middletown borough website.

Homeowners can apply for the grants through Dauphin County. The grants are being funded from federal dollars available to the county through the HOME Investment Partnership Program under the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

To learn more about the Dauphin County Home Rehabilitation Program, call Debra Laudenslager at 717-780-6256.