MORPC works to help low- and moderate-income homeowners maintain and improve their homes through several home repair programs. MORPC services homeowners in Franklin County, but outside Columbus city limits.
Home Repair Services
With funding provided by multiple agencies, MORPC has programs available to help homeowners improve the functionality of their homes so they can live in a safe and comfortable environment. Basic program eligibility requirements are based on total household income, ownership of the home, and area of residency.
For questions, call: 614.233.4171
Healthy Homes Program
The Healthy Homes program is a partnership with Franklin County Public Health.
If you choose to participate in the program representatives from either MORPC or Franklin County Public Health will complete an in-person Healthy Homes Assessment, checking eight areas of concern. They include keeping your home clean, dry, pest-free, contaminant-free, safe, ventilated, comfortable, and maintained. Please complete the application to proceed.
Home Energy Efficiency Programs (Weatherization)
MORPC offers home energy efficiency (weatherization) and safety services at no cost to income-eligible residents to help keep them warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, all while lowering energy bills. These programs are available all year to Franklin County residents.