The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Washington

Located in the City of Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania, the Redevelopment Authority provides a variety of programs for county residents, including a Home Rehabilitation Program, Homebuyer Assistance Program, and Access Program, which provides home modification assistance for accessibility needs. Additionally, the Redevelopment Authority offers a number of business loan programs including a Revolving Loan Fund, Incentive Loan Fund, and Mid Mon Valley Enterprise Zone Revolving Loan Fund.

Home Improvement Programs

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Access Program

Provide low and moderate income residents with permanent, physical disabilities increased accessibility in their homes.

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Home Rehabilitation

 Designed to assist low and moderate income homeowners in making needed repairs and improvements.

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Homebuyer Assistance

Helps first-time homebuyers by providing financial assistance for the purchase and rehabilitation of eligible housing units.

Whole-Home Repairs Program

Grant to assist low-income homeowners in making needed repairs to their home exterior.

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Elderly Housing Facilities

The Redevelopment Authority is the managing agent for nine elderly housing facilities, totaling 536 units, in Washington County. Two are located in Canonsburg, two in Charleroi, one in Washington, one in California, one in Burgettstown and two in Claysville.

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Canon House Receives Safety Modernization

Canon House Receives Safety Modernization

Improvements to Canon House Highrise for the Elderly began one year ago when RACW’s Housing Department received a PHARE grant of $82,500 for emergency pullcord modernization and security enhancements. The pullcord system at Canon House was upgraded by IES for the...

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$659,000 Upgrade at Crest Avenue Apartments

$659,000 Upgrade at Crest Avenue Apartments

Crest Avenue Apartments has recently benefitted from a replacement of almost 300 new windows, an upgrade made possible by the CARES Act Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-CV) funds. A $659,000 project and a massive coordination effort, the project was originally...

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Mon Valley Academy for the Arts Perform for Char House

Mon Valley Academy for the Arts Perform for Char House

On December 17 at our Char House Highrise, students from the Mon Valley Academy for the Arts (MVAA) performed for our residents. Char House is one of nine elderly housing facilities managed by RACW. For more information about the facilities, please click here.  MVAA...

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