Emergency Minor Home Repair


The City of Coeur d'Alene Administers an Emergency Minor Home Repair & Accessibility Improvement Program (EMRAP) as part of the CDBG Grant.


*PLEASE NOTE: The EMRAP program is currently CLOSED due to annual reporting requirements and will re-open in Spring of 2020. Please check back in the Spring for an update on when the program will open back up.*

Below are helpful links to assist you during this time:


BELOW YOU WILL FIND INFORMATION ABOUT THE EMRAP PROGRAM FOR WHEN IT RE-OPENS IN THE SPRING 2020.

The City of Coeur d'Alene has grants available ($5,000 maximum) for emergency repair/accessibility improvements and sidewalk repair/replacement for low income resident homeowners. The purpose of the program is to help low-to-moderate income homeowners correct building conditions that threaten the health and safety, or the soundness of the home.

Household income (Section 8 Income Limits) for the program cannot exceed the amount for the corresponding household size listed here: Please use the below figures as rough estimates as figures are updated periodically.


Section 8 Income Limits Observed for this Income-Qualifying Program:
See Income Limits here.


Click here for a flyer featuring information about the EMRAP Program.


Click here for a downloadable EMRAP application. *PLEASE DO NOT APPLY UNTIL THE PROGRAM HAS RE-OPENED!


To apply for an EMRAP grant, please download and print the application form, then return the application and any supporting documentation to the Community Development Block Grant Community Development Specialist, either in person or by mail:


ATTN: Community Development Specialist
710 E. Mullan Avenue
Coeur d'Alene, ID  83814

For more information, please contact (208) 769-2382.