The funding will be used to help homeowners with low to moderate income make needed repairs to their home.
INDIANAPOLIS – The City of Lawrenceburg is among four Indiana communities to receive funding to help low to moderate income homeowners.
Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs today announced the recipients of Owner Occupied Rehabilitation grants totaling $1 million.
The City of Lawrenceburg was awarded $250,000 to help homeowners with low to moderate income to make needed repairs on their homes.
Eligible repairs include roof repairs or replacement, ADA accessibility, heating and cooling replacement, lighting and electrical upgrades and water heater replacement.
"Extremely happy that we were selected to participate in this program," said Lawrenceburg Mayor Kelly Mollaun. "What a great way to help folks with needed repairs to their homes."
The other communities receiving funding include:
- The City of North Vernon is awarded $250,000;
- The City of Seymour is awarded $250,000; and
- Jefferson County is awarded $250,000
“Having a safe and livable home contributes immensely to overall quality of life,” Lt. Gov. Crouch said. “This funding will greatly benefit these four Hoosier communities and will provide assistance to those in need in making necessary repairs to their homes.”
For more information, visit in.gov/ocra/cdbg/owner-occupied-rehabilitation-pilot-program.