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Wed. is cutoff to apply to city for repair funds

Citizen Staff Report

The deadline to apply for home repair funds from the city government is Wednesday.

Applicants must be homeowners, live in the residence and be up to date on house payments and taxes. Income limits also apply.

The grants and loans will be allocated using a lottery system, so each application has an equal chance of being accepted, according to the city’s Web site.

The money – given in chunks of $7,500 to $15,000 – is to be spent on fixing roofs, replacing heating or cooling systems or certain other repairs.

To apply online, go to www.tucsonaz.gov/fixhouse.

For more information, call 791-4636 or check www.tucsonaz.gov/csd.



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