Community Housing Improvement Programs (CHIP)


The Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) provides grants to eligible communities interested in undertaking housing-related activities, including necessary infrastructure improvements. The grants are awarded competitively and encourage a flexible, community-wide approach to the improvement and provision of affordable housing for low and moderate income individuals and families.

If you have any questions or would like more information about the CHIP programs offered in our community please contact Knox Metropolitan Housing Authority at (740) 397-8787, or e-mail us at streisch@knoxmha.org

  City of Mount Vernon/Knox County
Application  

State: Ohio Income Limits
Knox County, OH
FY 2016 Median Family Income: $61,100
Effective: 3/28/16
  1
Person
2
Person
3
Person
4
Person
5
Person
6
Person
7
Person
8
Person
30% of Median $12,850 $16,020 $20,160 $24,300 $28,440 $32,580 $36,730 $40,350
Very Low-Income $21,400 $24,450 $27,500 $30,550 $33,000 $35,450 $37,900 $40,350
Low-Income $34,250 $39,150 $44,050 $48,900 $52,850 $56,750 $60,650 $64,550
**If your household exceeds 8, please contact our office for income guidelines.

Knox Metropolitan Housing Authority
201A West High Street
Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050

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