Volusia County has received Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to offer financial support to homeowners who still need housing repairs or would like to seek reimbursement for repairs already completed due to Hurricane Ian's damage.

The program seeks to offer hope to homeowners who desire to repair their homes or regain financial stability in the aftermath of this natural disaster. The availability of these funds serves as a crucial resource to facilitate the recovery process and enhance the resilience of Volusia County residents.


Residents interested in applying should carefully review the below criteria.

  • HUD has established the maximum income threshold at 120% of the Area Median Income. The income thresholds by the number of people within a household are as follows:

Transform386 Eligibility Table (As found on website)

  • Priority is provided to lower-income households and those with a member who is aged 17 or younger, 65 or older, or disabled.
  • The applicant must have owned and occupied the home at the time of Hurricane Ian.
  • The applicant must still possess ownership of the home and have the Homestead Exemption.
  • The home must have unrepaired storm-related damage to a single-family home OR if repairs have already been made, the owner must provide proof of those expenses if seeking reimbursement.

Homeowners who had their homes damaged by Hurricane Ian can now apply for assistance to complete storm-related repairs OR reimbursement for expenses incurred for already made repairs. Click the "Apply Now" button to begin.