Paint Program
Neighborhood Toolkits
Tires/Television Recycling and Yard Waste
South Village TIF Housing Program
East Village Growth Cell Housing Program
Alley Light Program

Paint Program

The City of Peoria Paint Program is designed to supply residents with paint for exterior improvements free of charge. The paint program is now available citywide to residents at 80% or below area median income.   Each property is eligible for 20 gallons of exterior paint in 5 gallon increments.

 

Program Requirements

Property must be single-family residential.

Property taxes must be current.

Homeowner must meet income guidelines.

Homeowner must provide proof of property insurance.

Property must be owner-occupied.

Property must be clear of all environmental violations.

All labor, painting materials, and other items to complete the job must be provided by the homeowner or a volunteer source of labor.

The 2017 City of Peoria Paint Program is closed.

Contact Joe Dulin at 309.494.8631 or jdulin@peoriagov.org with any questions.

Neighborhood Toolkits

The Appreciate Peoria Neighborhood Toolkits are available to anyone looking to build their community through hosting a neighborhood cleanup, creating a neighborhood association, or having a block party. Select the links below for a step-by-step guide to making your neighborhood cleaner, stronger, and more fun!

Contact Joe Dulin at 309.494-8631 or jdulin@peoriagov.org with any questions.

 Tires/Television Recycling and Yard Waste

Looking to get rid of tires, TV’s, yard waste, or just a whole lot of stuff? Look no further than AppreciatePeoria.com. Although the City of Peoria does not currently offer recycling for tires or TV’s, you can find a list of resources and disposal programs found throughout Peoria for TV and tire recycling, off-season yard waste disposal, and the City-County landfill.

Contact Joe Dulin at 309.494-8631 or jdulin@peoriagov.org with any questions.

South Village TIF Program

The South Village Tax Increment Financing District (TIF) Housing Rehabilitation Program is a grant program which provides up to $15,000 of assistance to property owners of single-family residential, owner-occupied properties for permanent building and site improvements in the South Village TIF. The purpose of the Program is to increase homeonwership, improve the outward appearance of homes, and increase the assessed valuation of properties within the South Village Boundary.

 

Program Requirements

Applicant must own and occupy the property.

Property must be free from liens and all taxes must be current.

Property must be located within the South Village TIF.

Vacant property is eligible if it becomes owner occupied within 90 days.

Property must be owner-occupied.

Applications are reviewed on a first come, first serve basis.

South Village TIF Program Application

Contact Eric Setter at 309.494-8627 or esetter@peoriagov.org with any questions.

East Village Growth Cell Housing Program

The East Village Growth Cell Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Housing Program is a grant program which provides up to $15,000 of assistance to property owners of single-family residential, owner-occupied properties for permanent building and site improvements in the East Village Growth Cell TIF. The purpose of the program is to bolster homeownership, improve the outward appearance of homes, and increase the assessed valuation of properties within the East Village Growth Cell Boundary.

Program Requirements

Applicant must own and occupy the property.

Property must be free from liens and all taxes must be current.

Property must be located within the East Village Growth Cell TIF.

Applications are reviewed on a first come, first serve basis.

East Village Growth Cell TIF Housing Program Application

Contact Eric Setter at 309.494-8627 or esetter@peoriagov.org with any questions.

Alley Light Program

The City of Peoria Alley Light Program is designed to provide residents with alley lights to increase safety and visibility. The only requirements for installation are that an applicant’s house or property is served by an alley, and the applicant must not have participated in previous alley lighting programs.

The 2017 City of Peoria Alley Light Program is now closed.

Please contact Joe Dulin at 309.494-8631 or jdulin@peoriagov.org with any questions.