REDDING, Calif. — The City of Redding is offering an Emergency Repair Program for income eligible owner-occupants of homes and owner-investors of rental properties within the city limits of Redding.
The purpose of the program is to furnish home repair assistance when a homeowner rehabilitation loan is not feasible.
Landlords participating in the program may receive up to $2,500 for accessibility improvements in exchange for a good faith effort to rent to disabled individuals.
The basic eligibility requirements are as follows:
Owners of rental housing units, and low-income, eligible tenants of rental units that need handicapped accessibility improvements are invited to apply for assistance under the ERP.
Tenant-based improvements may only be accomplished with approval from the respective landlord, who would receive grant monies up to $2,500 for the modification work in exchange for executing a five-year participation agreement.
The grant is offered as an incentive to install handicapped accessibility improvements to units with disabled tenants.
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