Classes & Workshops
VOICE: Housing & Development Resources w/ the Urban Redevelopment Authority
Join The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) this month for a series of public information sessions on their housing assistance programs.
Each session will feature an overview of The Housing Opportunity Fund (HOF). HOF encourages the development and preservation of affordable & accessible housing in the City of Pittsburgh. Its five core programs include:
- Rental Gap Program
- Homeowner Assistance Program
- Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance Program
- Housing Stabilization Program
- For-Sale Development Program
This session will also feature an overview of the Home Accessibility Program for Independence (HAPI). HAPI is a grant program to assist eligible homeowners and landlords to construct accessibility modifications to their homes. Accessible modifications include but are not limited to: exterior ramps, lifts, door widening, bathroom modifications, lowering counters & shelves, and more.
All programs are presented by The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). The URA is the City of Pittsburgh’s economic development agency, committed to creating jobs, expanding the City’s tax base and improving the vitality of businesses and neighborhoods.
VOICE is the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s online hub for civic information programming and resources.