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Tax Assessor's Office: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM on Mondays

It’s Hard to Give Away Free Money



This year, make a New Year’s resolution to accomplish needed home repairs a reality with funding assistance from the Borough of Palmyra!

This government-funded housing rehabilitation program sponsored by the Borough of Palmyra assists low to moderate income households with eligible repairs or replacement of major systems including roof, electrical safety upgrades, heating, plumbing, lead paint hazard reduction, weatherization (energy efficient windows, insulation, etc.) and/or structural repairs. Assistance is provided in the form of an interest free loan that is not due payable until you sell your house/transfer title. There is no monthly payment. There is no cost to apply and it does not affect your credit score.

The Borough has retained CGP&H to administer the program. CGP&H’s professional inspector works with program participants to identify needed repairs and to monitor construction completion. The maximum allowable income ranges from $46,600 for a one-person household to $87,850 for an eight-person household. Your financial information is kept confidential. Funds are provided on a first-come first–served basis and limited openings remain.

Applications being accepted now!

Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity. To see if you are eligible Homeowners, go to for more program information, income guidelines and an easy one-page preliminary application. You can also call 609-664-2781 or email

Woman-owned, minority-owned and local general contractors are encouraged to get an application for bidding opportunities at or email

Financial assistance for the programs are made possible by a grant from the N.J. Dept. of Community Affairs, Div. of Housing and Community Resources, Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Program, N.J. Governor Chris Christie and N.J. Dept. of Community Affairs Commissioner Richard Constable III. Funding for the State’s CDBG program was provided by a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development, State Community Development Block Grant Program.