Housing & Neighborhood
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To qualify for any program provided by Edmond's Housing and Community Development Department, applicants must reside within Edmond city limits. Use our Address Locator to determine if your address is in the City of Edmond.
Housing & Neighborhood Programs
Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation (OOHR)
The purpose of the City of Edmond’s CDBG OOHR Program is to rehabilitate homes to meet basic HUD and city building codes with emphasis placed on structural safety, sanitary conditions, and energy efficiency. The primary beneficiaries are low to moderate-income individuals and families. The homes will also be tested for lead-based paint. If LBP exists, it will be abated. Only owner-occupied, single-family homes are eligible. Investment (rental) property is not eligible.
The funds are secured by a second mortgage that is filed at the Oklahoma County Courthouse for the amount expended on each home. Payback is not required unless the property owner sells or leases the property within a five-year period. This program also includes the Emergency Repair Program that assists homeowners by addressing a specific critical and urgent need in the home. A Reconstruction Program is also available for demolition and reconstruction of a housing unit on the same lot. Applicants are placed on a first-come, first-served waiting list. Properties must be in Edmond city limits to qualify.
Neighborwoods Tree Program
The purpose of this program is to maintain a healthy and safe urban forest. This is done by trimming and removing hazardous trees, as well as planting new trees. With the help of the city's Urban Forestry Office, more than 100 hazardous trees have been trimmed or removed from the Edmond CDBG target area. Hazardous trees not only pose a serious safety threat to people and homes but if they are diseased, the diseases can be spread to other trees throughout the neighborhood. Given the value and high cost of maintaining a healthy urban forest, this program has been set aside to assist property owners who cannot afford tree trimming and/or removal. Properties must be in Edmond city limits to qualify.
Homebuyer Assistance Program
To decrease the barriers preventing low to moderate-income individuals and families from owning a home in Edmond, the Homebuyer Assistance Program provides qualified applicants with assistance for 50% of the required down payment up to $14,999. The home must be located within the City Limits of the City of Edmond and be for owner-occupancy only.