NNDC Home Repair Program (HRP)
For 2017, Near North Development Corporation and Great Indy Habitat for Humanity will partner together to provide services for the Home Repair Program. This program is intended to provide financial support to low-income families interested in exterior health-and safety-related repairs and energy efficiency improvements to their home. We will continue to focus on the Crown Hill Neighborhood as in years prior, but will also be extending our focus area north to 40th street to include the Great Places target area around 38th and Illinois. Residents from other neighborhoods are still welcome to apply.
Home Repair Program Resources and Documents
NNDC HRP Application 2017: This program is only available to home owners who reside in one of the three Near North neighborhoods as well as the Maple Crossing Great Place; Meridian Highland, Highland Vicinity and Crown Hill.
Partnership with Mid-North Quality of Life
NNDC, in partnership with Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation, are acting as lead partners on the Mid-North Quality of Life Action Item 6.3.3 which aims to invest over $1 million dollars in health, safety, and/or structural improvements to 125 substandard owner-occupied houses. By the end of 2013, NNDC, MFCDC, INHP, CAGI, and CICOA had made improvements to 62 units, investing over $545,000. Download the entire 2013 Mid-North Homeowner Repair Report.
|6.3.3||Improve living conditions by making repairs to owner occupied houses.|
Financial assistance for this project / program has been provided by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the City of Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development.