The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors recently approved agreements that will provide more than $3.75 million in funding dedicated to adding and rehabilitating housing in the West Valley. The projects, which are projected to assist 24 households annually, are funded with a portion of Maricopa County’s federal American Rescue Plant Act (ARPA) dollars.
"Maricopa County has made significant investments in housing solutions for our residents over the past two years,” said Chairman Clint Hickman, District 4. “These projects are another step toward forward to enhance the quality of life for our residents. By allocating over $3.75 million from ARPA funds, we're not just building houses; we're building hope, stability, and stronger communities in the West Valley."
These programs are aimed at improving housing conditions, ensuring affordability, and promoting sustainable residential development within our communities.
Tolleson - $1 Million
The City of Tolleson will assist with providing home rehabilitation and repair services to an estimated 18 owner-occupied homes. This project is designed to improve housing conditions and ensure that homes remain affordable. Applicants to this program must have lived in the home one year prior to the application date and earn at or below 80% of AMI.
These partnerships are one of many ways that Maricopa County is working to develop housing solutions across the region to add and maintain affordable housing. For a complete listing of Maricopa County’s investments in housing, visit Maricopa.gov/Housing.
Read the Maricopa County Press Release at https://www.maricopa.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=2819.