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General Contact

Mailing Address
75 N. Bonson Street
P.O. Box 780
Platteville, WI 53818

Telephone
(608) 348-9741

Fax
(608) 348-9145

Office Hours
Monday-Thursday
7:15 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Mailing Address
75 N. Bonson Street
P.O. Box 780
Platteville, WI 53818

Telephone
(608) 348-9741

Fax
(608) 348-9145

Office Hours
Monday-Thursday
7:15 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity
800-424-8590

People

Housing Rehabilitation Coordinators
608-935-2326x221
d.cole@swcap.org

Housing Rehabilitation Coordinators
348-9741x2246
l.olson-pink@swcap.org

Housing Authority Director
608-348-9741 ext 2233
weberj@platteville.org

Community Planning & Development Director
348-9741x2235
carrollj@platteville.org
Housing Authority

The Platteville Housing Authority administers the Platteville Housing Division Rental Assistance Programs.

Housing Authority
The Housing Authority Programs are regulated by the Federal Government and are designed to give eligible families freedom-of-choice in finding an existing, decent, safe and sanitary rental unit under rent guidelines established by the Federal Government. The Housing Authority board meets the last Tuesday of each month or as needed.
Housing Authority Board - Agendas & Minutes

Community Development Program
The Community Development Programs are designed to improve living conditions for Platteville’s low and moderate-income residents.  Funds are provided by the Community Development Revolving Loan Fund.  The programs are regulated by the State Department of Commerce, Bureau of Housing.
Community Development Board

 

Home Rehabilitation Loan Funds are available through the City of Platteville Community Development Department

Rehabilitation Loans are offered to eligible residents of the City of Platteville for:

• Necessary improvements or repairs of owner-occupied homes, including the following:  repair or replacement of roof, siding, windows and doors, electrical, heating system, plumbing system, handicapped accessibility improvements or modifications, energy efficiency improvements, and other general improvements.  Homeowner must apply.
• Necessary improvements or repairs of rental or investor-owned properties, including the following: same improvements or repairs as indicated above.  Landlord or property owner must apply.
• Loan funds may also be provided for down payment and closing cost assistance for eligible first time buyers.  Home purchaser must contribute $1000 toward the purchase of home and secure affordable home mortgage from reputable lending institution.  Home purchased maust be vacant or owner-occupied when offer to purchase is signed.  Home buyer is required to complete a HUD approved home buyer counseling program prior to purchase.

Rehabilitation and home purchase loans are no-interest, deferred payment loans.  Payment on the loan is deferred until the home is no longer the borrower’s principle residence.
Rental or investor-owned loans are low-interest loans, repaid to the City over a period of 5 years.
All loans are secured by a mortgage on the property.
Eligibility for rehabilitation or home purchase loans assistance is based on total household income, residency, affordability and scope of project.

For more information or to submit an application, please contact:

City of Platteville – Community Development Department
Program Coordinator: Lori Olsen Pink
Phone:  348-9741 x 2246 or 935-2326 x 207
Email:  l.olson-pink@swcap.org