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Welcome to Ashland, OH!
The mission for the city of Ashland Ohio is to promote the highest
quality of life for our community by providing leadership, service,
Updated 11/15/2013 1:04 p.m.
Due to multiple complaints regarding unwanted solicitors in the City, the APD has released a Tip Sheet for our residents. Please click here for the Tip Sheet.
DID YOU KNOW THAT YOUR COMMUNITY MAY HAVE DESIGNATED YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD AS A PRIORITY AREA TO RECEIVE COMMUNITY HOUSING IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CHIP) GRANT DOLLARS?
What is CHIP? The Community Housing Improvement Program, better known as “CHIP”, is a government grant established for communities offering low to moderate income households help with their home improvements. Income Limits? Household income is determined by the total gross income for the last completed preceding year reported on federal tax forms by all household members, 18 years of age or older, living in the home. Applicable forms include IRS 1040, W-2’s, SSA 1099 and others. Proof of current income must also be provided to ensure eligibility at the time of application and to determine an income projection for the next twelve months.
How Much Can I Get? The program does not guarantee funding to everyone who applies. However, if you quality, the program may provide funds up to $42,000 per home for the Owner Rehabilitation Program and up to $12,000 per home for the Home Repair Program. Funding priority is determined by program guidelines, which include household income, the priority rating of your home, your housing needs and the availability of funds.
To find out more about the CHIP program, hear about the eligibility guidelines and to receive an application, please join members of the CHIP staff at an informational meeting: December 3rd @ 5:00 p.m. in the lower level meeting room at the County Building/110 Cottage Street.
Listing of all Ashland City Departments phone numbers.
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-Glen P. Stewart, Mayor