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You may print a Home Improvement Application (PDF) or pick one up from the City of Fountain Valley Housing and Community Development Division located in City Hall at 10200 Slater Avenue. Business hours are Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and every other Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Completed applications may be dropped off at City Hall or mailed to City of Fountain Valley Attn: Home Improvement Program, 10200 Slater Ave., Fountain Valley, CA 92708. All applications are processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Additional information regarding the City’s Home Improvement Program may be found on the Housing Rehabilitation Program page.
The City of Fountain Valley Home Improvement Program is open to City of Fountain Valley homeowners meeting the following criteria:
Additional information regarding the City’s Home Improvement Programs and related eligibility requirements may be found on the City’s Housing Rehabilitation Program page.
The City of Fountain Valley Home Improvement Program require that the applicant(s) and all household members submit the following documents:
For additional questions regarding the City’s Home Improvement Program application process, please feel free to call staff at (714) 593-4510.
Eligible improvements may include; termite treatment and damage wood repair, roof repair or replacement, repair of plastering, stucco, or siding, interior and exterior painting, repair to heating and electrical systems, weatherization, plumbing, driveways and walkways, accessibility modifications, and room additions in over-crowded situations.
All previous renovations, not properly permitted, must be brought into compliance prior to participation in the program. All health and safety related problems and code violations (e.g. faulty wiring, unsanitary plumbing, and unpermitted structures) must be corrected before general improvements can be made. Once all health and safety related issues have been corrected, general home improvement items will be considered.Applicants must receive approval from city staff prior to the commencement of any work. Any work completed prior to the receipt of approval from city staff will not receive funding.All improvements must be completed by an approved contractor with a California State Contractor’s License in good standing. All contractors must also carry current general liability and worker’s compensation insurance policies, and must obtain a City of Fountain Valley Business License.