Apply for Home Improvement Programs

Maricopa County homeowners concerned about the health, safety, and energy efficiency of their home may be eligible for assistance from the Human Services Department. The Housing and Community Development Division provides home weatherization and home rehabilitation services to qualified residents living in select communities of Maricopa County.

Please note that the Housing and Community Development Division does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, familial status, sex, disability, or age. Programs and services offered are subject to the availability of funding.

To apply for home weatherization and/or home rehabilitation, follow the step-by-step instructions listed below.

  1. Home Weatherization
  2. Home Rehabilitation

Maricopa County homeowners living outside the cities of Phoenix and Mesa may receive weatherization services to improve the health and safety of the home and environment by increasing energy efficiency and conserving natural resources.

Weatherization measures include, but are not limited to:

  • Installation of energy-efficient light bulbs, smoke alarms, and insulation
  • Repair or replacement of water heaters, air conditioners, and insulation

If you live in the cities of Phoenix or Mesa, please contact the organizations below to learn about weatherization programs in your area:  

How to Apply

Step 1 Check Eligibility

To qualify for home weatherization, homeowners must meet the following criteria:

  • Home is in Maricopa County but not the cities of Mesa or Phoenix;
  • Home is occupied by the owner;
  • Applicant legally lives in the United States; and 
  • Household’s total income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. 

200% of Federal Poverty Level

Household SizeTotal Household Income
Each Additional PersonAdd $9,080

200% of the Federal Poverty Level for 2021 as defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Effective February 10, 2021.

Step 2 Complete Online Inquiry Form

To receive additional information about the weatherization program, please complete the online inquiry form by clicking on the button below. After you have submitted the form, the Human Services Department will contact you within 10 business days to discuss your inquiry.

Submit an Inquiry Form

Step 3 Waitlist for Services  

Once the Human Services Department has contacted you to discuss eligibility and application requirements, you may be added to the program’s waitlist. Due to high demand, the weatherization program currently has a waitlist of more than one year. 

Step 4 Gather Required Documentation  

The Human Services Department will contact you to discuss next steps. Documents that may be requested from you at this time include, but are not limited to:

  • Photo identification of applicant
  • Proof of citizenship or lawful presence of applicant
  • Social Security cards of all household members
  • Documentation of all household income received in the 90 days prior to application date
  • Proof of applicant’s home ownership (deed or title)
  • Recent gas and electric bills with account numbers and service address listed

Please note that additional documentation may be requested by the Human Services Department to determine eligibility.