Redevelopment

  • Need a Facelift? Facade-front The Provo City Housing Division has a grant process that will allow you to give your aging business a new look with an updated facade. More >>

  • Home Purchase Plus Home-1 We offer the Home Purchase Plus which offers a 0% deferred payment loan for down-payment assistance to buy a home in Provo. More >>

  • Repair Grant home-remodel Has your home been damaged by bad weather, or just getting old? We can help you reroof, or replace that failing furnace in the cold of winter. More >>

  • Egress Window Program Egress-BA-e1412736501481 New Egress Window Program is being offered by the Housing Division. An egress window is a window or window well large enough, as defined by local building code, for exit or entry in case of an emergency. More >>

redevelopment buildingAbout Us

The Housing Division of The Community and Neighborhood Services Department is charged primarily with undertaking programs and projects to revitalize Provo’s central business district (CBD) and the surrounding central-city neighborhoods. The Housing Division also can be called upon to provide tax increment financing for economic development projects outside the CBD and central neighborhoods.

Provo has also designated the Housing Division to administer the City’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships, and other HUD programs.


professional womanMission Statement  Influence decisions that bring economic richness, revitalization and investment to Provo’s neighborhoods and commercial centers while being fiscally responsible to funding sources and citizens.

We commit to this mission out of a personal and professional desire to improve the lives of others.
for sale signWho We Are

The Housing Division of the Community and Neighborhood Services Department is a separate agency from Provo City, established under the section of Utah law governing “community development and renewal agencies” (Title 17C, Utah Code). In spite of this measure of autonomy under State law, the City Council is the governing board of the Housing Division and the Mayor is the Chief Executive Officer. The Housing Division also employs four full-time staff.