Painesville has funding for Residential Vinyl Siding and Roofing Program – News-Herald

As part of the money the City of Painesville received from the American Rescue Plan Act, officials have allocated $100,000 to a Residential Vinyl Siding and Roofing Program for city residents.

This program is designed to benefit low- to moderate-income residential homeowners in the city, particularly those who have been cited for property maintenance violations, such as peeling and chipping paint, according to a news release.

Eligible homes must be owner-occupied and meet income eligibility requirements. The applicant is responsible for 10% of the total cost of the project and must show proof of funds.

Community Development Department staff will review all applications and rank in order of need, the release stated. It is estimated that an individual’s 10% match will be between $800 to $1,200 based on the size of the home.

Painesville is accepting applications for this program through April 29.

For more information, visit or call the Community Development office at 440-392-5931. Residents may also stop by the office in person at 66 Mentor Ave.

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