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Habitat for Humanity of Utah County has expanded its mission to include neighborhood revitalization activities including purchase rehabilitation and restoration and critical home repair and preservation. As part of this mission expansion, the local Habitat affiliate has purchased, renovated, and sold seven homes to local families and has completed a number of critical home repair and home preservation projects for area low income homeowners including roof repair, floor replacement, and accessible ramp installation. The organization also built the South Franklin Community Center at the Boulders Apartment complex and just finished renovating and restoring the historic George Taylor, Jr. home in downtown Provo.

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County currently offers critical home repair and preservation grants and no-interest loans up to $15,000 to low-income homeowners, seniors and Veterans living in Utah County (except Lehi) and works with professional labor and volunteers to complete the needed repairs and projects. Grants and loans will be used to repair critical damage to a home or eliminate immediate hazards to health, safety, and/or sanitation. Grants and loans will also be used for home preservation activities, such as, exterior painting, fence and porch repair, and property clean-up and maintenance. For basic program qualifications, visit our qualify page.

The local Habitat affiliate also oversees Provo City’s Neighborhood Revitalization Program and is working with Provo neighborhood leaders to engage and train residents and assist with exterior painting, planting and other beautification activities. The organization also manages the Provo Mobile Tool Library through this program. To find out more about the Provo programs, visit our Provo Neighborhood Program Page.

For more information please contact Scott White at 801-344-8527

ext. 117 or by email at scotty@habitatuc.org