SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you live in the Woodland Heights area of Springfield, near Kansas Expressway and Kearney street, you could qualify for home repairs, courtesy of Habitat for Humanity.
Habitat wants to take on big projects, like replacing roofs and HVAC, or making electric and sewer upgrades.
Habitat has set aside $200,000 for repairs to homes in Woodland Heights.
Woodland Height’s homeowners who are interested in applying for assistance can request a home repair application by contacting Nancy Williams, Partner Services Director, at 417-829-4001 x 105.
Qualified applicants should have a household gross income at or below 60% of the HUD area median income, hold title to the home, and occupy the home.
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