San Dimas awarded $1.5 million for mobile home upgrades
The City of San Dimas was recently awarded $1.5 million from the California Department of Housing and Community Development’s Manufactured Housing Opportunity and Revitalization Program for low income mobile home owners to upgrade their residences.
Grants of up to $40,000 will allow San Dimas mobile homeowners to “make critical health and safety repairs, as well as make meaningful upgrades to their homes for energy-efficiency savings, refurbishments, restoration, and more,” according to a news release. “This initiative is expected to enhance the quality of life for residents and extend the lifespan of these affordable properties.”
The MORE program recently issued awards totaling $111.7 million, aiming to assist 1,233 households statewide. San Dimas has five mobile home parks and adds the MORE program “is a critical step in preserving affordable housing resources and ensuring the well-being of residents.”
More MORE info is at sandimasca.gov.