The City has been awarded a $5.7M grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to address lead-based paint and healthy housing issues in housing occupied by low-income households. Grants are available to qualified units up to $16,500/unit for lead hazards and $3,500/unit for health or safety hazards.
The grant program will cover the cost of all inspections and clearance certifications. Urban Programs staff oversees the entire remediation process: drafting the scope of work, putting the project out to bid, ensuring all technical requirements are met, helping with temporary tenant relocation (usually no more than 10 days), and paying the contractors.
If you are interested in applying for grant assistance, please contact our office or complete and submit a grant application for the type of property you own:
Please access the contractor pre-qualification paperwork (PDF) to join the contractor list. Please submit the paperwork according to the instructions enclosed. The contractor pre-qualification list is open at all times. Minority, Woman-owned and Section 3 businesses are encouraged to join. Please reach out if you need assistance or have any questions.
You must also complete a Nashua Vendor Packet and register with SAM.gov, a federal website for contractors doing business with the government.