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Healthy Homes

Grants for Healthier Homes

The Environmental Review Report for the Healthy Homes Program is now open for public comment. This is a comprehensive analysis of environmental factors that may impact the properties within the program’s focus area. If you have concerns or questions, please contact bchild@webercountyutah.gov.

The Weber-Morgan Health Department (WMHD) was awarded a $2-million grant by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to provide financial assistance for homeowners needing to make healthy updates to their aging homes in Weber County. The program provides financial assistance to help remediate 29 home hazards identified by HUD, such as lead-based paint, mold, moisture, injury and safety hazards, poor indoor air quality, radon, and carbon monoxide in homes. Occupants of the property must meet low-income qualifications. Priority will be given for owner-occupied properties with a child under the age of six living or regularly visiting the home, and/or occupants older than age 62, or families with at least one person with disabilities.

Work will be based on the results of a Healthy Homes Assessment.  

  • Free radon testing
  • Free lead testing and healthy homes assessment provided by the Weber-Morgan Health Department
  • Improved indoor air quality
  • Fewer missed days at work and school
  • Reduced visits to the doctor and emergency room
  • Healthy aging in place

Funds may be used for both owner-occupied and rental units if renters meet income guidelines

  • The property must be within the target area.
Family SizeMaximum Income


Completed applications can be submitted in person or by email.

Bring the application to the Weber-Morgan Health Department

Healthy Homes Program
Weber-Morgan Health Department
Division of Environmental Health, 2nd Floor
477 23rd Street
Ogden, UT 84401


Email the application to: bchild@webercountyutah.gov