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Financial Assistance Programs

Financial assistance available for the development, repair, and improvement of residential property

  Effective February 14, 2014, the City of Winnipeg will no longer act as the delivery agent for the Homeowner Renovation Program (HRAP), the Residential Adaptations for Disabilities Program (RAD) or the Rental Housing Improvement Program (RHIP). For further information, please contact the Province of Manitoba, Housing Delivery at 204-945-5566.
Downtown Residential Development Grant Program
A program that provides grants to qualified developers of up to $40,000 per residential unit to help leverage multiple-family residential or mixed-use development in Winnipeg's downtown.
Housing Development Division (HDD) Programs: HRAP/RAD/RHIP (formerly RRAP)
Three programs available to provide financial assistance. They include assistance to:
• low-income homeowners in repairs to their homes,
• repairs to rental or rooming house properties occupied by low income households, and
• homeowners and landlords to improve their dwellings so that they are more accessible to persons with disabilities.

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Minimum Home Repair Program
The City of Winnipeg has established the Minimum Home Repair Program (MHRP) to address small emergency repairs for owner-occupied housing in designated areas.
Heritage Conservation Tax Credit Program
A program to assist in repairing and rehabilitating designated heritage buildings.


Last update: February 13, 2014

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