Grants, Loans and Programs to Improve Residential Units

The City of Clinton partners with the East Central Intergovernmental Assocation ("ECIA") and the Eastern Iowa Regional Housing Corporation to help provide assistance to residential and rental property units in the City of Clinton. 

Current Programs Available:

City Owner-Occupied Roof Rehab Program

The City operates an owner-occupied Roof Rehab Program for low-income, single-family owners to assist with roof replacement by utilizing LMI funds. 

Eastern Iowa Regional Housing Corporation Housing Trust Fund Programs (EIRHC HTF)

The program focuses on providing economic assistance to benefit the -moderate, very low and extremely low-income residents of Clinton County. Assistance is provided to help with rehabilitation and repair projects that improve the condition of both rental and owner-occupied affordable housing. Eligible projects include rehabs and repairs of existing housing, including, but not limited to: plumbing, electrical, roofing, structural, energy efficiency, lead based paint issues and handicap accessibility. The program also assists with down payment assistance. 

Healthy Homes Program (HHP)

The focus for the Healthy Homes grant is on water infiltration/indoor air quality and anything that falls within HUD's Eight Principles of a Healthy Home. 

Lead Paint and Healthy Homes Program (LPHH)

Homes or rental properties built before 1978 are eligible for the Lead Paint and Healthy Homes program. If lead is found, the home will be made lead safe. There is additional money available to make improvements to the home to make it safer and healthier for children. 

Older Adults Home Modification Program (OAHMP)

The program provides low-cost, high-impact modifications to the home to help reduce the risk of falling, such as the installation of hand railings or non-slip strips on stairs or in showers/tubs.