Wellington is committed to the sustainability of our Great Hometown and the quality of life enjoyed by all of our residents. One of the many value-added elements to living in Wellington includes property values, which are in part upheld by Wellington standards. These standards, along with great schools, parks, and safe neighborhoods are a few of the many reasons individuals and families choose to live and invest in our Great Hometown.
The Planning, Zoning and Building Department provides community grant opportunities that support neighborhood improvements and increase community engagement. Eligibility for these grants requires a level of participation and investment from the property owner.
Active Grant Programs
COVID-19 Temporary Hometown Repair Program
The program will open on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, at 8am.
The COVID-19 Temporary Hometown Repair Program
Inactive Grant Programs
Great Neighborhoods Grant
This program is CLOSED.
This program funded by the Village of Wellington provides assistance to low and moderate-income Village of Wellington homeowners. The grant’s purpose is to assist homeowners with program-approved repairs and home rehabilitation to bring the home into compliance with safe living standards and the Florida Building Code. Assistance is limited to a minimum of $2,500 and a maximum of $15,000 and requires a dollar-for-dollar match by the applicant.
The homeowner must place the money for their half, plus a 10 percent contingency of the entire project, in an escrow account, and a lien is placed on the property for five years.
Neighbors of Wellington
This grant for eligible Neighborhood Watch groups will be available beginning January 2022.
Neighbors of Wellington grant is only available to active neighborhood watch groups that have held one meeting within the last six months and are interested in hosting a neighborhood block party.
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
This grant is CLOSED
Wellington’s Owner-Occupied Residential Rehabilitation Program is funded through The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). This program offered to low and moderate-income single-family homeowners, per HUD guidelines, on a "first-eligible, first-served" basis.
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