Projects are identified each year and are listed in the Annual Action Plan.
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The HOME Program was created to expand the supply of affordable housing. The general goals of the HOME Program are to:
Affordable housing projects may take place throughout the county.
Owner-occupied housing rehabilitation projects may only take place within unincorporated Pinal County, and the communities of Eloy, Florence, and Mammoth.
Pinal County invests HOME funds in the following housing activities:
The HOME Program is the largest federal block grant program for affordable housing for low-income households. All HOME funds must be used to benefit families and individuals who qualify as low-income at or below 80% of the Area Median Income.
An individual resident may apply for direct assistance for projects such as owner-occupied housing rehabilitation and down payment assistance when the county has an active program.
A developer of affordable housing or a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) may apply for funding to develop affordable housing.
An individual resident may apply for owner-occupied housing rehabilitation assistance by visiting the owner-occupied housing rehabilitation program page on the website.
A housing developer may apply for assistance, when Pinal County has issued a request for proposal.