Single Family Rehab Incentive

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The City of Carrollton’s Single Family Rehabilitation Incentive Program is part of the Neighborhood IMPACT initiative. The program objective is to promote the rehabilitation and renovation of single-family houses in Neighborhood Empowerment Zones

To establish if your address is located in a Neighborhood Empowerment Zone, type the address in the search box below. The following web pages are provided as a public service. The City of Carrollton assumes no liabilities for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided regardless of how caused; any decision made or action taken or not taken by the user in reliance upon any information or date furnished hereunder.

Application Process

  •  An application for incentive must be submitted in approved format to the Environmental Services Department by the land owner. If the property has multiple owners, all owners must sign the application. Staff will verify ownership information.
  • The owner(s) shall at the time the application is submitted include two estimates detailing the rehabilitation costs as well as a project timeline.
  • Project review of each application is required by city staff including appropriate comments and recommendations for changes prior to submission to the City Council Re- Development Sub-Committee.
  • All applications will be reviewed by the Re-Development Sub-Committee. Any modifications to the application will be made prior to forwarding the application to the full City Council with a recommendation for approval or denial.
  • City Council will review the recommendation of the Re-Development Sub-Committee and vote to either approve or deny the grant application.
  • The grant incentive will consist of cash payment payable upon successful completion of the project as outlined in an incentive agreement to be entered into between the City and the owner of the property.

* Applications are determined on a case-by-case approach. Exceptions to this policy may be approved by the Re-Development Sub-Committee

To apply please contact the Neighborhood Partnership Office at or (972) 466-4299. A copy of the application is a available here.