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Owner-Occupied Rehab

Housing Rehabilitation

The Owner-Occupied Rehab Program is designed to help maintain decent, safe, and affordable housing for Tampa’s low/moderate-income families. The program helps homeowners, who are financially unable to make the necessary repairs, bring their homes into compliance with the City’s Florida Building Code and Housing Quality Standards.













Essential repairs are defined as:
• Lead-based paint remediation or other environmental issues
• Leaking or failed roof system
• Failing or lacking plumbing
• Electrical systems
• Failed structural systems such as floors and structural walls
• Lack of working heat/AC
• Exterior deterioration (walls, foundation, porches, siding, etc.)
• Window replacement
• Water heater
• Handicapped accessibility improvements (ramps, widening doorways, countertops,
bathroom modifications, etc.)


You can download the Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation application; or, to request an application packet, please call Housing & Community Development at (813) 274-7954 or can be picked up Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM at 4900 W. Lemon Street, Tampa, FL 33609.

Mobile Food Pantry

ETBCDA's mobile food pantry distributes food to the elderly and families in need throughout Tampa every Tuesday of the month at the following locations, starting at approximately 12:30 pm

Food Pantry
Food Pantry

1st Tuesday

Jackson Heights Apartments 3700 Lowry Ct

Silver Oaks Apartments 4200 Kenneth Ct


2nd Tuesday

Centro Place Apartments 1302 E 21st Avenue

Vista 400 400 East Harrison Street


3rd Tuesday

J.L. Young Apartments 8220 N Florida Ave


4th Tuesday

Belmont Heights Estates 3540 N 20th Street


5th Tuesday

St. James AME Church 5202 S 86th Street

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