The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks was created in 1962, empowered by Act 385, more commonly known as the "Urban Redevelopment Law", in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Authority assists municipalities, businesses, private developers, and homeowners located in the County of Bucks, in the rehabilitation of blighted and deteriorated properties and reuse of abandoned or unused commercial and industrial sites.
Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks
One North Wilson Avenue, Suite #1
Bristol, Bucks County, Pennsylvania 19007
Office Telephone: 215-781-8711
The Bucks County Owner Occupied Rehabilitation Program
-provides a maximum loan amount of $15,000. This ongoing and highly successful program is used by many homeowners with no other alternative to deal with major home repairs. The program is there to ensure our County Homeowners have healthy and safe living conditions. These loans require no payment until the home is refinanced and the principal is increased or the home is sold or ownership is transferred.
from expanding your space to growing your work force. Do you know if you have an environmental problem? Are you looking to buy property? Low interest loans are available as well as possible grant funding.
Muncipal Grant Program