The City of Austin has several programs to help low-income households in Austin. Need child care or help dealing with a landlord? Click here for a listing of child care services, senior adult services, youth services, and assistance for renters. See more resources and the City's home repair and financial empowerment programs below. Also, income requirements are often changing, so check here for the most recent numbers set by the federal government.
The City of Austin has an opportunity to help an underserved East Austin community create a vibrant plan for more than 200 publicly-owned acres in Colony Park.
Commercial revitalization creates opportunities in the East 11th Street and 12th Street corridors, which has led to an improved and culturally rich area. Businesses located in the two commercial/retail buildings provide services and opportunities for private investment.
The Neighborhood Housing and Community Development Office (NHCD) administers policies and supports nonprofits that take actions to affirmatively further fair housing choice and fair lending practices.
Long-Range Plan identifies how the City plans to invest its resources to meet Austin’s ongoing affordable housing, community development, economic development, and public services’ needs.
The Austin Housing Finance Corporation offers several resources to help make the dream of homeownership a reality. Take a moment to learn about our programs and be sure to find out more about new reasonably-priced homes now available for sale.
Homeless/Special Needs Assistance provides services to the City’s most vulnerable populations, including persons experiencing homelessness, persons living with HIV/AIDS, seniors, youth, children, and families.
The AHFC offers assistance with your home repair needs. The potential repairs can include foundation, plumbing, electrical, heating/air systems, and roofing.
This program is designed for developers or builders who are interested in providing multi-family or single-family housing that is reasonably priced for Austin residents. Please take a moment to learn about the opportunities available to you.
Matched savings accounts, also known as Individual Development Accounts (IDA), enable low-income Austin resident to become financial empowered.
Ending homelessness with a sensible, safe, stable housing approach.
If you are looking for help paying rent or utilities or a reasonably priced apartment in Austin, please visit the following sites for assistance.
The Neighborhood Housing and Community Development Office (NHCD) is committed to providing continued employment opportunities for low- and very low-income individuals through its Section 3 Plan, which sets forth policies and procedures that comply with Federal, State and local regulations.
The City offers many services for small businesses in the Austin community from technical assistance to loan services to enhance the success of growing small businesses and encourage the creation of jobs for low- to moderate-income households.