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MDHA Open Saturday for Weatherization Applications | 2011-01-14

NASHVILLE - The Metropolitan Housing and Development Agency continues to accept applications for the Weatherization Assistance Program which provides free weatherization (or weatherproofing) assistance to qualifying individuals.  In an effort to provide more opportunity for people to apply to the program, MDHA's main office will be  open on Saturdays beginning January 15 through Saturday, January 29 from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.  People can also apply during normal business hours Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at 701 South Sixth Street, Nashville, Tennessee 37206 to accept applications for the Weatherization Assistance Program.

For more information on the Weatherization Assistance Program and an application, please
click here or contact us at 615-252-8500.


The weatherization assistance program is available to renters (up to a 4-unit complex), as well as homeowners.  In order to qualify families must meet certain income requirements:
 
Number of People                      Maximum Monthly
In Household                             Household Income
1................................................... $ 1,805.00
2...................................................... 2,428.33
3...................................................... 3,051.67
4...................................................... 3,675.00
5...................................................... 4,298.33
6...................................................... 4,921.67
7...................................................... 5,545.00
8...................................................... 6,168.33
Each additional member add .............. $ 623.33
 
The goal of the program is to help families protect their home from the elements, help reduce energy consumption, and optimize the home’s energy efficiency.

All applicants will be required to provide:
 Verification of ALL income (Social Security, pension, pay stubs, unemployment, etc.)
 “No Income Statement” for non-working adults 18 and older
 Most recent NES bill
 
 Most recent gas bill

The Metro Development and Housing Agency administers a variety of urban and community development projects, works to increase the availability of affordable housing, and leads and supports revitalization efforts in downtown and neighborhoods throughout the city.

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MEDIA CONTACT:
Julie Oaks
615-252-8418 (office)
joaks@nashville-mdha.org