Radon/Healthy Home Grants
Does your home have high Radon?
Radon reduction system grants available for qualifying homes
For homes that are found to have a certain level of radon, there may be assistance available to reduce the gas within the home. Income qualified home owners of properties in Minneapolis with a reading of 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) or higher might qualify for grant services to assist with the installation of a radon reduction system.
For more information on high levels of radon and radon grant services, please contact:
Eliza M Schell
Healthy Homes Grant Manager
250 S 4th Street, Room 414
Minneapolis MN 55415
For more information on radon testing and mitigation visit www.health.state.mn.us/radon or call the Minnesota Department of Health Indoor Air Unit at 651-201-4601 or 1-800-798-9050.
Anyone interested in mitigating his or her home for radon should consult the Minnesota Department of Health’s list of certified radon mitigation contractors.
The City of Minneapolis offers grants to homeowners that live in Minneapolis and have dangerous levels of radon gas. In addition, we identify other Healthy Homes issues such as:
- Lead Hazards
- Carbon Monoxide
- Fire Safety
- Toxic Products
In order to be eligible, total household income cannot exceed the earnings as shown in the table below:
|1 person household||$45,100|
|2 person household||$51,550|
|3 person household||$58,000|
|4 person household||$64,400|
|5 person household||$69,600|
|6 person household||$74,750|
|7 person household||$79,900|
|8 person household||$85,050|
Call City of Minneapolis Healthy Homes and Lead at 612-673-2606 for any of our grant services. This program is available through October 2014.
We are proud to partner with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD, and the MN Department of Health on the Healthy Homes Thriving Communities grant.
Last updated May. 1, 2013