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Ford MCS Home Repair
The Ford Michigan Central Station Home Repair Program offers home repairs of up to $15,000 per home for up to 50 eligible Impact Zone residents in the Ford Michigan Central Station Impact Zone. This program is run by the City of Detroit and is a benefit of and funded by the Michigan Central Station Community Benefits Agreement with Ford Motor Company which was created in relation to the development of the Michigan Central Train Station.
Applications for the program were accepted from December 14, 2020 to February 19, 2021.
To be eligible for this program, the following conditions must be met:
Your home must be in the Impact Zone (see map above).
You must own and live in your home. If the home has more than 1 living unit, only the unit occupied by the homeowner is eligible. Homes must have 4 or fewer units to qualify.
Your household income must be less than 80% of the Detroit Metropolitan Area (HUD) Area Median Income (see flyer for income levels).
Your home has no delinquent property taxes or you are current in a tax payment plan.
Your home has not received a City of Detroit home repair grant in the past 10 years totaling $10,000.
All requested documentation is provided.
If more than 50 eligible applications are received, applicants will be prioritized first based on household income and secondly by length of homeownership. Eligibility does not guarantee participation in the program. If home repairs are the exclusive or shared responsibility of another entity (e.g., condo association) or other property owners, the home does not qualify for this program. City of Detroit employees are not excluded from participating in the program.
How to Apply
The application period has ended. Applications were accepted December 14, 2020 to February 19, 2021.
Program Updates and Questions
Visit the Michigan Central Station Development page for more information about the Michigan Central Station Community Benefits Agreement.
Questions? Email [email protected] or call (313) 628-3221.