Home Restoration Programs

The Housing and Human Services Department receives federal funding for the programs below and are available to qualifying families in Irving. Families must qualify under Housing and Urban Development (HUD) income guidelines.  View more information on the Income Guidelines.
     
Emergency Repair Program

Assistance is available to homeowners who have experienced an emergency condition requiring immediate attention, such as a condition that is detrimental to life, health or safety.
Air Conditioner Repair and Replacement Program
The air conditioner repair and replacement grant replaces or repairs existing air conditioners for senior citizens or resident with disabilities who are without the income to make these repairs.
Homeowner Accessibility Program
The architectural barrier removal program is a grant designed to assist senior citizens and/or disabled persons with repairs that increase mobility and livability inside homes. Repairs include ramps, handrail installations and bathroom modifications.
Home Restoration Program
Assistance is provided to homeowners for home restoration through partially forgivable loans. The loans assist with repairs such as window or roof replacement, adding insulation in the attic, plumbing and electrical work.