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Home Repair Programs
The Home Repair Programs are committed to providing repairs to help stabilize the home for low to moderate income homeowners. Below are the current programs available with the Office of Housing:
- Regular Home Repair Program
- Russell Home Repair and other at-risk neighborhoods: Algonquin, California, Chickasaw, Park Hill, Parkland, Park DuValle, Portland, Shawnee, Shelby Park
- Exterior Code Alleviation Program (ECAP)
For more information, visit Home Repair Programs page. For assistance with application or more information, please call (502) 574-5850.
The application window for the Office of Housing's Home Repair Program has closed. Please check back in July 2021.
Property Assessment and Reassessment Moratorium Program
This program encourages the repair, rehabilitation, restoration, or stabilization of qualifying structures located in the Louisville Metro area. Under the program, owners of qualified commercial or residential property may be eligible for a moratorium (or a freeze) on a portion of local taxes for a period of five years depending on the location of the property. The Property Assessment and Reassessment Moratorium Program was updated in 2020 to lower the threshold for qualified owner-occupied properties in historically disinvested neighborhoods, including the nine neighborhoods in West Louisville, Smoketown and Shelby Park. More information can be found here. You can also call Construction Review at (502) 574-3321.
Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) Plans
Russell NRSA Plan (active July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2021)
The Russell NRSA Program includes other repair programs in the Russell neighborhood as well. The Russell Rental Rehab program is a partnership with landlords/owners of Russell properties that will assist with increasing the supply of long-term affordable, safe and sanitary rental units for low- and moderate-income residents.
Russell Homeownership Incentive program is geared towards new homeowners. The program encourages mixed-income neighborhoods by stabilizing housing in the community.
For more information about the programs and assistance with the application, contact the Office of Housing at 502-574-5850.