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Home Weatherization


Enrollment for Energy Assistance programs is underway and will continue through June 30, 2021 or until funds are exhausted.  Those facing financial hardship due to COVID-19 may be eligible for energy assistance.

What is it?

Our program makes homes safer and more comfortable. Weatherization improvements also make buildings more energy efficient, lowering energy bills in the long run.

How does it help?

SEALS drafty areas

INSULATES attics, walls, basements, and crawl spaces

REPAIRS OR REPLACES heating systems

ENHANCES indoor air quality and ventilation

How does it work?

To qualify you must meet the income guidelines. If a home was weatherized on or after 9/30/1994, follow the 150% guidelines. Otherwise, follow the 200% guidelines.

Our program works on single-family and multi-family homes. The home needs to meet minimum structural requirements.

Income Guidelines
Income Eligibility Guidelines
Family Size Annual Income: 150% Annual Income: 200%
1 $19,140 $25,520
2 $25,860 $34,480
3 $32,580 $43,440
4 $39,300 $52,400
5 $46,020 $61,360
6 $52,740 $70,320
7 $59,460 $79,280
8 $66,180 $88,240

What do I need to do?

You can apply for the weatherization program from the safety of your home by calling a CEDA partner intake site. Locate the site closest to you at

Documents Needed to Apply

Proof of gross income for all household members age 18 and

older for the past 90 days

Current copy of gas and electric bills

State issued ID or driver’s license for the head of the household

Proof of social security numbers for all household members:

  • Social security card
  • Letter of printout from social security
  • Any other government-issued identification showing name and
  • social security number

Proof of home ownership:

  • Current property tax bill
  • Current mortgage statement
  • Recorded deed

Printable Program Information

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