Operation Fix It provides assistance to Scottsdale home owners with exterior improvements to their properties when they are unable due to financial / physical constraints. Many of our clients are our elderly facing potential fines from Code Enforcement notices they have received. Common types of assistance we provide to low income qualifying applicants are:
This program is not funded by the City and operates on donations both financial and in kind and, the support of our incredible volunteers who contribute their precious time, sweat and dedication to our mission which is: Driven by a need that promotes meaningful sustainability for our residents, Operation Fix It provides an innovative approach to replenish and renew those residential properties that may have fallen on challenging times. As “neighbors helping neighbors”, our like-minded sponsors and supportive volunteers work together to provide this meaningful community service.
Collaborating as a team, benefits Scottsdale Rotary Park and surrounding neighborhoods. In November, the Neighborhood Advisory Commission, Operation Fix It, Scottsdale Parks and Recreation Department, and employees of private sector company, Republic Services, contributed an overall investment of approximately $21,000 to improve this neighborhood park. $10,000 in Neighborhood Enhancement funds was provided for the purchase of materials, including 70 trees, by the commission and $11,000 in labor costs provided by the 125 volunteers from Republic Services. Notably, in addition, Republic Services also made a financial donation of $2,500 to Operation Fix It, which will continue to help this city program pay it forward in other Scottsdale neighborhoods. Thank you to everyone that participated in one form or another making this an extremely successful event!
If you meet the program criteria shown below, you can:
Fill out this volunteer application; once your application is processed a staff member will follow up with you for the next step. Thank you for your interest in becoming a volunteer! If you have any questions contact Michelle Holmes at 480-312-8703.
Effective June 28, 2019
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
These limits are determined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
30% and 50% of median income: Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher qualifications
80% of median income: Housing Rehabilitation Program qualifications
Median Income: $62,900
For homeowners that have lived in their home for a minimum of 12 months and are in need of home repairs, please review the information on the City of Scottsdale’s housing rehabilitation programs website.