Written By: Prince William County
Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program (NHRP)
The program is designed to offer financial assistance to owner-occupied residents of Prince William County and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park to correct health and safety issues as well as to increase energy efficiency within their properties. The County, as an Urban Entitlement, receives Community Development Block (CDBG) funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to finance this program. Households with incomes at or below 50 percent of area median income will receive priority for assistance.
Purpose of Program
The purpose of the Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program is to preserve and improve owner occupied properties and to bring properties up to applicable building codes and standards. Assistance provided should accomplish the following: correct exterior and interior deficiencies; make accessibility modifications; correct health and safety violations; improve weatherization and energy conservation; and correct lead-based paint violations. General improvements are also eligible under this program. General improvements include alterations, kitchen, bathroom, accessibility modifications, carpeting, fencing and landscaping.
Gross household income may not exceed 80 percent of the Washington, D.C. MSA median income, adjusted for family size.
How To Apply or For More Information:
David Watkins, Community Development Analyst
(703)492-2303 TTP: (703)492-0499
Amira Gonzalez, Community Development Analyst
(703)492-2301 TTP: (703)492-0499
Office of Housing and Community Development
Dr. A. J. Ferlazzo Building
15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Suite 112
Woodbridge, VA 22191
NHRP Information Flyers:
NHRP Application Process:
Ways to Submit an Application –
Option 1 (Preferred): Online Application –
To apply for the Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program (NHRP) electronically, you must click on the link below.
Option 2: Download and Deliver –
If you choose to download the application, please submit to David Watkins or Amira Gonzalez upon completion, by delivering the complete application and required document packet by mailing to the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building address listed above.
Option 3: Traditional Mail –
If you are unable to submit an application electronically or wish to be provided with a paper application, you may call 703-792-7538 and leave your contact information to receive an application by mail.