Fill out the form below or email email@example.com to learn more:
The application will be emailed to anyone who completes their application before July 1st 2016.
The deadline is July 1st 2016.
You can also apply online to the application forms:
Where will my grant money be going?
When you apply for a boiler grant, you’ll be asked to indicate where your money will go and a budget for that amount.
You’ll also be asked to sign a boiler grant agreement.
The agreement will identify who should pay for the costs of your boiler and the conditions of your grant.
If you agree to the boiler grant agreement, you’ll get your grant.
Note: The agreement allows the grant recipient to do things like pay for boiler repairs or replacements themselves.
Who is eligible for a boiler grant?
To be eligible to apply to the TAHOE grant program you must be:
A person who lives in a place where your home heating needs are supplied by the City, and
If you live in a place that’s the sole supplier of heating and cooling to your household, you can be eligible for one boiler grant.
You don’t need to meet all other eligibility and criteria. If you qualify, you’ll get your grant from the City. However, if you’re not eligible to apply for a boiler grant, some funding isn’t available!
What happens next?
The City works on a monthly, annual or other basis to allocate grant money, depending on funding availability.
Funding may be available for certain work, including:
Broken basements to prevent flooding and cold drafts (up to $1,100 per home)
In-fill sewer work (up to $1,000/house), per year
Broken or leaky pipes $1,000/month (under $50k/year)
Broken or cracked pipe repairs $1,000/month (under $50k/year)
In-fill sewer repairs $1,000/month (under $50k/year)
Pumps and piping $1,000/month (under $50k/year)
In-fill drainage $1,000/month (under $50k/year)
Pipe replacement $1,000/month (under $50k/year)
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