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ADMINISTRATION    Renovation programs

Renovation programs

The MRC Brome-Missisquoi has the responsibility of managing the home improvement Program by the Société d’habitation du Québec (SHQ)

RenoRegion program

The RénoRégion program provides financial assistance to low or modest-income owner-occupants in rural areas for work to correct major defects in their home.

The MRC has a budget of $ 270,000 for the RénoRégion program 2018-2019. Once this budget is allocated to eligible homeowners, no new request can be processed until a new budget is announced.

The financial assistance can reach 95% of eligible costs, however, not exceeding $ 12,000.
To see if you qualify, read the following main criteria:

  • Your buildings (excluding land) are valued at $ 115,000 or less (standardized value) according to your 2017 tax bill;
  • You are an owner-occupant of a single family dwelling (or duplex);
  • Your house requires at least $ 2,000 work aimed at correcting one or more major defect (exterior walls, openings, balcony, roof, structure, electricity, plumbing, heating, etc.).  Note that work done prior to the issuance of the Certificate of Eligibility are not eligible for the program;
  • You have not benefited from the "RénoRégion" Program within the last ten (10) years;
  • You have not benefited from the "RénoVillage" Program within the last ten (10) years;
  • You have not benefited from the "Emergency Repair" Program within the last five (5) years;
  • You have not benefited from the "Rénovation Québec (only Farnham)" Program within the last ten (10) years;
  • The family income is low:

Gross maximum income 2017
(according to the government current chart)

Occupants

Income

1 or a couple

$ 39 000

2-3 
(except couple)

$ 43 000

4-5

$ 49 500

6 & more

$ 65 000

 

Residential Adaptation Assistance Program

The Residential Adaptation Assistance Program allows people with permanent disabilities to obtain financial assistance to adapt their home. Assistance will be up to $ 16,000 per eligible person. Additional assistance may be available in certain situations that could bring assistance to $ 33,000

The CLSC therapist’s recommendations list of admissible work is required.

Residential Adaptation Assistance Program pamphlet (only in French)

To obtain the Home Adaptation Program registration form, contact the CLSC nearest you.

Accessibility to Small Establishments Program (only in French)

The Accessibility to Small Establishments program aims to improve the accessibility of people with disabilities or reduced mobility to small institutions. Owners and tenants of commercial, business and meeting facilities not subject to a legal accessibility requirement are eligible for the program.

More specifically, the purpose of this program is to provide financial assistance to these owners and tenants  for carrying out work in order to comply with the requirements stated in the Construction Code (CQLR, chapter B-1.1, r 2).

Accessibility to Small Establishments program pamphlet (only in French)

Forms :

Envoi du (des) formulaire(s)

For more information on these programs, please contact Johanne Alix at 450 266-4900 ext. 229 or by email.

Accessibility Program for Tourist Institutions, Please Contact Keroul