The City of Waterloo wishes to assist residents maintain and upgrade their homes through our Housing Rehabilitation Program. Our Department assists in preserving and conserving housing, especially in older neighborhoods. We can provide matching financial assistance to renovate or construct rental housing and provide relocation assistance to individuals and families displaced by city housing code enforcement.
The Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control has awarded the City of Waterloo additional funding to eliminate lead-based paint hazards in the homes of eligible Waterloo residents. This program is administered through the Community Development office in conjunction with the single-family, owner-occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program.
Currently, the City of Waterloo is accepting calls from homeowners who may be eligible for assistance. If you believe lead-based paint could be a hazard to your family, you are encouraged to apply for assistance.
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Please contact the Waterloo Community Development office at 291-4429 if you are concerned with lead-hazards in your home. Staff will be available to review your qualifications and determine whether your name can be placed on the waiting list for assistance.Check out the schedule for the upcoming workshops. We will be holding Lead Safe Work Practice workshops in the upcoming months. Anyone can attend and it is strongly encouraged that anyone living in a home built before 1978 attend these workshops. There is a nominal fee for this training.
Contact Information: Mark Boeson, Manager of Rehabition Services Waterloo Community Development Office 620 Mulberry St, Suite 202 Waterloo, IA 50703 Phone: (319) 291-4429 Fax: (319) 291-4431 E mail: email@example.com