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Housing & Community Development

Welcome to the Housing and Community Development division of the Salt Lake County Office of Regional Development, where we're dedicated to providing affordable and accessible housing options for all residents.

Our team of experts is committed to working closely with our community partners to identify and address housing needs in Salt Lake County. We believe that everyone deserves access to safe and affordable housing, and we're dedicated to making that vision a reality through our programs and services.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our work and how we can support you in achieving your community's housing goals.


Housing & Community Development News

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Income Guidelines

Federal income guidelines can impact residents' eligibility for programs and grants, based on the number of people in a household and how much money they make. Learn what income limit category you fall in for the current year.

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Securely Store Information & Find Resouces with SAMi

Residents can build a profile and securely store documents frequently needed by case managers to receive program services in a web-based app accessed via phone or computer.

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Apply for Lead Safe Housing Program

Was your home built before 1978? If so, it's possible it might have lead-based paint that is poisonous and harmful to your health. Learn how to protect your children's health from lead and if you qualify for free services.

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Apply for Green & Healthy Homes

Do you have health conditions impacted by your home? Learn how to improve your health by making energy-efficient choices and getting rid of health hazards. The Salt Lake County's Green & Healthy Homes program offers grants and low-interest loans.

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Equal housing opportunity

Federal Fair Housing Regulations prohibit housing discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability. For more information on fair housing or to file a complaint visit the Antidiscrimination and Labor Division (UALD) Fair Housing and/or HUD Fair Housing website.