Salt Lake City

Housing Stability Division

801-535-7228 | HousingStability@slcgov.com

Neighborhood Improvement & Stabilization Programs

Programs Overview

Salt Lake City’s goal is to foster communities with safe, sustainable and affordable housing.  With our new Five-Year Housing Plan, passed December 2017, we can work to stabilize families in their current homes, provide new opportunities for affordable homeownership and ensure our neighborhoods are equitable, integrated communities that can support new growth.

The main programs are:

Handyman Program– Individuals 62 years and older or disabled who are low to moderate income can receive up to $1,000 grant to address small home repairs.

Home Repair Program– Individuals who are low to moderate income to obtain no and low-interest loans to address health, safety, and structural issues in your home.

Targeted Repair Program– Individuals under 50% AMI can receive up to $50,000 as a forgivable loan to repair major structural and/or mechanical component deficiencies in your home.

Home Buyer Program– Individuals who are low to moderate income can obtain a mortgage loan for Salt Lake City Homes.

Community Land Trust– A tool used to preserve our naturally affordable housing, make home ownership affordable, and eliminate substandard homes from Salt Lake City.

Our programs are available within Salt Lake City. See the boundary in the map below for reference:

For more information on any of our programs call us today at 801-535-7228,
or email housingstability@slcgov.com. Se habla Español.