Minor Home Repair Programs available in King County
In addition to the King County Home Repair Program which is primarily for major repairs, there are Minor Home Repair Programs in the following cities:
North King County
Shoreline Minor Home Repair Program
The City of Shoreline offers a Minor Home Repair Program for City of Shoreline residents. The program provides low-cost electrical, plumbing, carpentry and disability access repairs to low-income, elderly and/or disabled homeowners.
Bethany Wolbrecht-Dunn, 206-801-2331, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebuilding Together Seattle
This non-profit volunteer program provides free comprehensive repair services to low-income homeowners and non-profit facilities. It serves the west side from Everett through Seattle down to Tukwila. It is able to do most repairs, except for roof replacements.
Contact: 206-682-1231 or email@example.com or www.rtseattle.org
South King County
Tukwila Minor Home Repair Program
The cities of SeaTac, Tukwila, Covington, and Des Moines offer minor home repairs to eligible resident homeowners through the Tukwila Minor Home Repair Program. The program provides funds to maintain safety and health of the occupants and preserve the dwelling and/or conserve energy. Eligible activities may include earthquake preparedness, replacing broken switches and sockets, light fixtures, repairing heat sources, gutters and downspouts, replacing or repairing faucets, toilets, sinks, drains, broken or leaky pipes, and repairing minor roof leaks. Program is offered on a first come, first serve basis, and residents receive repairs until funds are depleted. If participating cities are unable to implement the program, the program will be reduced by the amount of funds that each city agreed to manage.
Evelyn Boykin, Human Services Manager, 206-433-7180, firstname.lastname@example.org
Renton Minor Home Repair Program
The city of Renton has a Minor Home Repair Program that is offered to maintain affordable housing for extremely low to low-income households within the Renton city limits. The program provides minor repair services focused on increasing the health and safety of residents, providing modifications for disabilities and preserving the dwelling as decent, safe and affordable housing.
Mark Baldridge, Housing Repair Coordinator, 425-430-6693, email@example.com;
City of Auburn Home Repair Program
The city of Auburn offers grants for minor and emergency home repairs for those who reside within the city limits of Auburn
Duana Richards, Community Services Department, 253-931-3099, firstname.lastname@example.org