The CDBG program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is a source of funds for West Valley City's community development and housing programs. The primary purpose of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program is the development of viable urban communities by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanded economic opportunities, principally for persons of low income. West Valley City receives funds annually to carry out CDBG eligible activities. The City directs these funds to housing, economic development, infrastructure improvements, public facilities, and public service. The solicitation of CDBG applications is to assist the City in carrying out eligible activities that meet the needs of low-income persons in West Valley City.
Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) and Public Housing The West Valley City Section 8 Waiting List is currently closed until further notice.
Down Payment Assistance GrantHomeownership is one of the keys to healthy neighborhoods. In order to encourage homeownership within West Valley City, a down payment assistance grant in the amount of $5,000 is available to households wishing to locate within West Valley City boundaries. There are several requirements in conjunction with this grant. Program guidelines are listed in the links below.
Homeowners in West Valley City may qualify for low interest or deferred interest loans in order to carry out needed repairs on their residence. There are several requirements and stipulations in conjunction with this grant. Program guidelines as well as contact information can be found in the links below.
West Valley City resident owners of mobile homes may qualify for a grant to make needed repairs on their mobile home. There are several requirements and stipulations in conjunction with this grant. Program guidelines and contact information are listed in the Mobile Home Rehabilitation Grant links below.
ERMMA (Emergency Repair and Minor Maintenance Assistance)Grant This grant is available to extremely low income homeowners who need to make emergency repairs in order to prevent further or more extensive damage to their home. Program guidelines and contact information are listed in the ERMMA links below.