Back to Top



Lake Havasu City is looking for low-income homeowners who wish to have health & safety-related repairs made to their home. Applicants will be placed on a waiting list only if the following minimum requirements are met:

  • You must meet income qualifications (see income guidelines below).
  • Your property must be located within city limits.
  • You must own and occupy your home.
  • You must be current with your mortgage, property taxes, water bill and sewer loan.
  • You must have homeowners insurance.
  • Title to the home cannot be in a trust.

 Income guidelines: (This is the allowable income for the entire household)

  • 1 person - $26,400
  • 2 persons - $30,200
  • 3 persons - $33,950
  • 4 persons - $37,700
  • 5 persons - $40,750
  • 6 persons - $43,750
  • 7 persons - $46,750

What type of repairs can be done?

Health or safety-related repairs (examples include roof replacement, A/C replacement, weatherization, etc.)

When and where do I apply?

Applications may be picked up at City Hall, Monday through Friday, 7 am to 5 pm or download the form below. Completed applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Please call Holly Morin, Grants Administrator, with any questions about this grant.


Every two years, Lake Havasu City has a limited amount of grant funding available for qualifying non-profit agencies providing social services to Lake Havasu City residents.  If your agency provides such services,  you are invited to apply for any available grant funding offered by the City. The next funding cycle will begin in January 2019.

The Lake Havasu City Council will make the determination as to which agencies they would like to fund within available resources. Additionally, performance requirements will be considered in the review process in order to effectively distribute the limited funding available to agencies that meet the necessary guidelines.