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July 2022 - June 2023

Grant programs are available to low to moderate income households with a household gross income up to 80% AMI as established in the Ogden-Clearfield, UT HUD Metro FMR Area

Household Size and Gross Income
1 Person - $56,300
2 Persons - $64,350
3 Persons - $72,400
4 Persons - $80,400
5 Persons - $86,850
6 Persons - $93,300
7 Persons - $99,700
8 Persons - $106,150​

*Income limit updates are based on the CDBG HUD Fiscal Year which runs July 1 - June 30. 

Programs will be unavailable after June 30, 2023.

There are no exceptions, and all projects must be finished prior to that date in order to receive funds.

Grant programs available through Davis Community Housing Authority are restricted to Clearfield City and Layton City. No other cities in Davis County are eligible for funds.

Funding is limited. Please call or email to verify if funds are available. Programs vary by city.
Please contact Shelly for more information:


Mobile homes are ineligible for most programs. Layton City's Emergency Home Repair MAY be able to assist in some circumstances, with a maximum grant amount of $3,000.

Homes built before January 1, 1978 have a risk of having lead based paint. Grants for emergency repairs and rehabilitation must verify if your home is lead free or if lead safe work practices must be followed. When a lead based paint inspection needs to occur, please understand that there may be some delays.

All contractors must be registered on in order to be eligible to receive a contract.


Down Payment Assistance Grants

The Layton City Down Payment Assistance program is administered directly by the City. More information can be found on their website: Layton CDBG
Please contact Morgan Cloward for information regarding the Layton City Down Payment Program (801) 336-3770

Two grants are available for home owners in Layton City. 
Emergency Home Repair - In the event of needing emergency repairs with immediate concerns for health and safety, home owners may be eligible for a grant of up to $3,000 to remedy the situation. Click here for the application.
Rehabilitation - In an effort to promote energy efficiency, preserve homes, and eliminate blight, grants of up to $5,000 are available to improve or repair a single family detached home. Click here for the application.

Layton City Emergency Home Repair and Rehabilitation 
Clearfield City Rehabilitation Grant

In order to promote energy efficiency, preserve homes and eliminate blight, home owners in Clearfield City may qualify for grants up to $8,000 to repair or improve their single family detached home. Click here to download the application.

Please note the beneficiary listed on all liens to ensure your request may be processed more quickly. When needing a payoff or reconveyance for Clearfield City liens, please call Allison (801) 525-2777 and for Layton City liens, please call Morgan (801) 336-3770.
In cases with Davis Community Housing Authority beneficiary, in some instances the grant is forgiven after five years. We consider subordination requests in the instances of no cash out rate/term refinances. Payoff letters will be made available upon request to Shelly Pace, (801) 939-9198. Please include the names of the owners as well as address and a copy of the trust deed to expedite the process.
Please download the subordination request form below.

Payoffs, Reconveyance, and Subordination


Utah Community Action - Weatherization program

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