Housing Rehabilitation

The Housing Division provides financial assistance to local homeowners to ensure that their homes are “safe, clean and livable”. The division administers a housing rehabilitation grant / loan program to help homeowners address health and safety concerns with their manufactured, townhomes, and site built homes. The programs available include an emergency repair program and a complete housing rehabilitation program.

The purpose and goals of the programs include:
  1. The elimination of health and safety hazards in homes;
  2. To benefit low to moderate income residents; and
  3. To improve neighborhoods and encourage stability.
Detailed information regarding the City's program can be found in the Housing Rehabilitation Program Guidelines which will include information about the program process, financing, homeowner requirements, contractor requirements, eligibility requirements, the grievance procedure and so much more. Guidelines are regularly reviewed and adopted by the City Council.

Click here to determine if you may be eligible to apply for rehabilitation services.

If you wish to apply for housing rehabilitation services and/or are in need of assistance in the preparation of an application, assistance will be provided, at no charge, through the housing division.

Applications are available:
  1. On-line - print a copy to submit;
  2. For pick-up - City of Apache Junction, Development Services Department at 300 E. Superstition Blvd.;
  3. By mail - call (480) 474-2635 to request a copy; or
  4. A spanish version of the application may also be obtained as above or online at Aplicación para el Programa de Rehabilitación del Hogar
Lead Paint is often found in homes built before 1978. If you are found to be eligible, your home will be tested. Information regarding lead paint can be found in the following brochure published by the EPA: Lead Based Paint 

Homeowners who need assistance installing ADA bars and ramps may receive assistance through Rebuilding Together's Fall Prevention Program. 

Gilbert Cares is an organization that provided minor housing rehabilitation services to qualified individuals. If you do not qualify under the city's program, you may wish to contact Gilbert Cares at (480) 857-8581.

If you are not a resident of Apache Junction, you may find similar assistance through the following agencies: Pinal CountyMaricopa County (602)506-5911), CAHRA, USDA Rural Development (602) 280-8755), Arizona Community Action Association or by contacting your local government offices. Specifically, for Maricopa County island residents with Apache Junction addresses, you will need to seek assistance through the Foundation for Senior Living. They can be reached at (602) 532-2976. Additional resources or agencies may be available by checking out the resources under the community services webpage.

Did you buy a home or hope to buy a home that is need of minor to major repairs and you do not qualify under the City's Housing Rehabilitation Program? The US Department of Housing and Urban Development has a program that can help get you funding to make those repairs. Check it out!

The City of Apache Junction invites and welcomes people of all abilities to use our programs, sites and facilities. Any question about our service for people with disabilities can be answered by ADA Coordinator (480) 474-2635, TDD (480) 983-0095, or additional information may be found at www.ajcity.net/ada.