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Neighborhood Rehabilitation – Community Facilities

Does your facility need repairs that would eliminate health or safety hazards, such as heating, plumbing, or electrical work?

Does your facility need repairs such as roofing, siding, window replacement, carpentry, masonry, drainage and more? 


The City of White Plains Special Rehabilitation Program supports and compliments the Neighborhood Rehabilitation Program and shares the goal of maintaining and improving the quality of the City’s residential neighborhoods.  The Special Rehabilitation Program provides financial assistance to owners of special housing resources, and charitable or not-for-profit organizations with insufficient financial resources to make necessary repairs to their properties.  By helping to correct and eliminate code violations associated with structural deterioration of such properties, residential neighborhoods will be preserved and stabilized.

Funds are offered in the form of a zero or low interest loan, based upon an assessment of the applicant’s financial status and with the approval of the Special Rehabilitation Committee and the Common Council.  Eligible applicants must be not-for-profit 501(c)3 or (c)4 agencies or owners of special housing resources. Applications will be evaluated generally in accordance with the following order of priorities:

  1. A provider of an open market housing resource for low and moderate income families or individuals.
  2. A provider of an open market special housing resource for low and moderate income families or individuals.
  3. A provider of unique educational, social and/or recreational service program for low and moderate income City residents.
  4. A provider of other housing resources.

Please contact the Office of Community Development for more information:
Phone: 914-422-1300
Email:

White Plains 2016-17 Special Rehab Application