Not sure where to begin with your home improvement projects? The City of Brooklyn Park is dedicated to assisting homeowners and can help connect you with the following loan programs through the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE):
For more information contact the City's nonprofit partner. The Center for Energy and Environment administers the program on behalf of the City.
Phone and email
Center for Energy and Environment (CEE)
Visit Center for Energy and Environment's website
Healthy Home Grant
Hennepin County and Sustainable Resources Center are partnering to help suburban Hennepin County homeowners fix potential health and safety threats in their homes.
Healthy Homes grants are available to repair your home, including:
Fixing safety hazards like broken steps
Removing rodents and insects
Addressing moisture problems and repairing water damage
Removing toxic materials
Phone and email
Sustainable Resource Center
Visit Sustainable Resource Center's website
Front Yard Fix-up Grant
The City of Brooklyn Park Front Yard Fix-up Grant is now available! The Front Yard Fix-up Grants will help low and moderate income homeowners to fix-up the outside of their single-family homes and front yards. Projects must be located in the front or side yard of a home and must be visible from a public street. The program will help spruce up neighborhoods and protect property values.
Apply for the Front Yard Fix-up Grant
The program provides a matching grant of $1,000 to $5,000 to low and moderate income households to make repairs, additions and upgrades to the front exterior and yard of their homes.
Projects must have a minimum cost of $2,000 and may include:
Grading around the home
Fixing a foundation leak
Trimming or removing overgrown or dead shrubs and trees
Replacement or addition of new shrubs and trees
Addition of a front porch
See page three for a more complete list of eligible activities.
The money for the Front Yard Fix-up Grants comes from the Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. To receive a grant, households must have a total household income at or below 80% area median income (AMI) for Hennepin County adjusted annually by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).