The Planning and Community Development Division is responsible for the planning and administration of federal programs for low and middle income neighborhoods and families.
Home Repair - Comprehensieve Residential Rehabilitation
The Housing and Community Development Department operates several programs to assist lower income homeowners to repair their homes. These include such programs as:
- Emergency home repair
- Tucson Residential Rehabilitation Programs
- Lead Hazard Control Program
Together these programs assist approximately 200 families annually and provide reinvestment in some of the community's most needy neighborhoods.
The HOME program is a tool to expand the stock of affordable housing. The City receives about $2.5 million annually in this block grant.
HOME does the following:
- Supports housing development, repair, and homebuyer assistance
- Leverages public and private funds
- Supports the efforts of non-profit and for profit affordable housing developers
Please contact Glenn Moyer of the Community Development Division at (520) 837-5422, TTY: (520) 791-2639 or by email: Glenn.Moyer@tucsonaz.gov for more information.
Home Ownership Opportunities
Owning a home is still a big part of the American dream. Now, the City of Tucson is introducing another opportunity for families and individuals to purchase a home.
Homeownership applications are accepted at the Housing and Community Development Department located at the Community Resource Center, Santa Rita Building, 310 N. Commerce Park Loop.
More information about Home Ownership and Development is available below, or you may call 520-791-4636 TTY: (520) 791-2639
Home Ownership Support Information