Housing Program

Housing Programs

CDBG Funded Housing Programs in the City of Monroe are listed below.

Staff Contact:
Katelyn Pierce - Planning Assistant / CDBG Coordinator

FIX Program

The City of Monroe’s FIX Program is a housing rehabilitation program for income eligible residents in owner-occupied homes. The program funds projects addressing code compliance, energy efficiency and health or safety issues. Residents who live in the city and meet income requirements can apply to the program by submitting an application to the Planning Department. Eligible applicants are served on a first come, first serve basis.

Applicants on the program list will be contacted when their project is close to being selected as one of the next projects. Residents can gain more details on the program by contacting Matt Wallace in the Planning Department.

Below are the current income requirements for the FIX Program:

Household Size
Household Income
1 Person $40,150
2 Person $45,850
3 Person $51,600
4 Person $57,300
5 Person $61,900
6 Person $66,500
7 Person $71,100
8 Person

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Down payment Assistance Program

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Lead-Based Paint Testing

Residents who meet income eligibility requirements (noted above) and have a child or children under the age of six (6) years old living in the home who have shown to have elevated levels of lead in their blood may apply for the program. The City of Monroe will work with the Monroe County Health Department (MCHD) to have a lead-based paint risk assessment completed for the applicant’s home. Once the assessment is complete, the MCHD will work to remediate the lead-based paint hazards found in the home.