Capital Program

Funding for Housing Improvements
Contact Us About Our Capital Program

What is the PMHA Capital Fund Program?

The Capital Fund provides funds, annually, to Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) for the development, financing, and modernization of public housing developments and for management improvements. The funds may not be used for luxury improvements, direct social services, cost funded by other HUD programs, and ineligible activities as determined by HUD on a case-by-case basis.

PMHA was awarded $728, 522 under the 2020 Capital Fund Program (CFP). The funding was used for exterior renovation projects, central air installation and furnace upgrades at several of our multifamily sites.

 

Shown, left to right, Harvest Woods units pre- and post- exterior renovation. The exterior renovation included siding, gutters, downspouts, exterior lighting, storm doors and foundation work. The project started on December 26, 2017 and was completed on June 30, 2018.

Shown, left to right, Heritage Knolls units, pre- and post-exterior renovation. The project started in May of 2016 and was completed in August of 2016.

Shown, left to right, Townsquare Villas units, pre- and post- exterior renovation. The project started in April of 2017 and was completed in August of 2017.

Other PMHA Programs

Explore more programs from PMHA that greatly benefit Portage County residents.

Moving to Work

This HUD program increases housing choices for low-income Portage County residents. It also helps them find employment and become self-sufficient.

Learn about Moving to Work

Homeownership Program

Helps Section 8 and Public Housing participants purchase their own homes using Section 8 Voucher towards a monthly mortgage payment.

Learn about the Homeownership Program

Section 3 Employment

PMHA is creating a pool of qualified Section 3 residents with job skills in various fields, for contractors to view, interview and possibly hire as subcontractors when additional workforce is necessary. PMHA is also interested in creating a listing of Section 3 resident-owned businesses for contracting. These individuals and businesses would need the necessary working skills and/or the ability to perform job duties required, in order to be considered for hire or selection. Section 3 resident-owned businesses must have insurance and bonding as required, for each job.

Examples of work that may be available for Section 3 residents for subcontracting, or for Section 3 resident-owned business, include: painting, building renovation work, general labor, janitorial services and cleaning.

If you are interested in being part of the pool of Section 3 residents with qualified job skills for contractors to view and interview for hire, or if you wish to be added to the list of Section 3 resident-owned businesses, please contact Wes Ransom at 330-297-1489 ext. 222 or by email.