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Housing Rehabilitation Program

2017 LMI HOUSEHOLD QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES (as of 11/06/2018)

                                           Single        $50,350                  5 Persons         $77,700
                                           2 Persons        $57,550     6 Persons         $83,450
                                           3 Persons        $64,750     7 Persons         $89,200
                                           4 Persons        $71,900     8 or more         $94,950

 

Town of Mansfield now accepting Applications for
Housing Rehabilitation Waiting List

 

In anticipation of a 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the Town of Mansfield is now accepting applications from income qualified residents to be on the housing rehabilitation waiting list.  The purpose of this Housing Rehabilitation Program is to provide low to moderate income households with a no interest loan in order to make repairs/improvements to their homes.  Some qualified repairs include, but are not limited to, windows, siding, insulation, heating systems, roofing, and handicap accessibility improvements.  Many types of homes are eligible for this program including single family, multi-family, manufactured homes and condominiums. 

Any Mansfield homeowner who would like more information about the program or would like to verify if they meet the low to moderate income guidelines as established by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) should contact Jillene Woodmansee, Planning and Community Development Assistant at (860) 429-3330.

Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)

HUD provides Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) money to states, which may distribute the resources to non-entitlement communities like Mansfield (population less than 50,000).  CDBG funds are administered through the State of Connecticut’s Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) for non-entitlement communities.  CDBG monies are disbursed to non-entitlement communities such as Mansfield after a competitive grant application process.  Projects funds can be used for an assortment of projects that  promote and aid in community development, housing, and economic development activities that provide a benefit principally to low and moderate income persons.

 

Projects:

Juniper Hill Fire Sprinkler                      

Mansfield General Store              

Senior Center Roof                              

Mansfield Community Center ADA Change Room  

 

Links:

ADA Grievance Policy

ADA Notice

Affirmative Action

Equal Opportunity Employer Notice

Fair Housing

                         

Program Administrator:
Jillene Woodmansee 

Planning and Community Development Assistant
woodmanseejb@mansfieldct.org
Phone: 860.429.3330