Weatherization Assistance

This program is designed to reduce heating and cooling costs for low-income persons, with priority given to high energy users (the elderly, people with disabilities, and families with children) by improving the energy efficiency of the home and helping ensure health and safety. 


This program is funded in part by the Department of Energy and/or the Department of Health and Human Services. No repayment is required for the services provided and no liens are filed on the property. Both owners and renters may apply. There is a shared cost requirement for the owners of rental properties. The program is designed to reduce the energy consumption of the dwelling through the installation of various energy conservation measures.

Frequently Asked Questions & Income Guidelines on the Weatherization Assistance Program

Please refer to the Weatherization Assistance Program FAQ (PDF) for more information on the program, as well as the income guidelines that must be met.

Questions about the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)

Have questions about WAP? You can request more information on this program by emailing the Chief of Housing.