Housing Services

Housing Services2018-11-09T08:48:52+00:00

Community Development is responsible for the City of Beaumont’s revitalization program. The construction of new affordable houses, the provision of first home buyers assistance and the rehabilitation of older homes, are activities which help expand the City’s residential tax base. The objective is to develop viable urban communities and improve economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income.

CDBG 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan

H.U.D. Website

Housing Tax Credit Application Deadline
Any group requesting a Resolution from the City of Beaumont related to Housing Tax Credit applications must provide a request in writing no later than December 1st to be considered. The request should include the location of the proposed project as well as the number of units proposed. Please send notifications to the following:

Chris Boone, Director, Director
City of Beaumont
Planning & Community Development Department
801 Main, Suite 201
Beaumont, TX 77701

If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us at (409)880-3100.

Available Programs for Residents

*All programs are funded through the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and are subject to federal program compliance requirements and the actual availability of federal funding. Submission of an application does not guarantee approval or assistance. The Weatherization Assistance Program is funded by the Department of Energy.

Down Payment Assistance is available for first-time homebuyers who purchase an existing or newly constructed home inside the Beaumont city limits.

Program Information

Program Application

Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Assistance is available to homeowners who need assistance with repairs to their principal place of residence.

FY2018 Median Family Income:

Beaumont, Texas
Median Family Income: $53,900
Income limits are adjusted for family size, thus your annual household income must be at or below the specified amounts based on your family size.

Income limits are published annually by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.