Does the City of Mesquite help with non-emergency home repairs?

The City of Mesquite does help with non-emergency home repairs. The program assists homeowners in Mesquite, that qualify as low-income, with up to a $30,000 grant for repairs to address interior and/or exterior deficiencies that make the dwelling unsafe, unsanitary or in need of renewal as determined by staff. Repair or replacement of items could include roofing, vinyl siding, windows, doors, flooring, painting, cabinetry, countertops, appliances, ADA modifications.

For program eligibility requirements and to download an application for the waiting list, click here. Applications are processed in first-come, first-served order. Please contact staff at for additional information. Note: The Housing rehabilitation program does not address foundation repairs or repairs for any other issue(s) caused by the foundation instability.

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