Habitat for Humanity of Smith County to Help City Repair Homes
The City of Tyler will get some help from Habitat for Humanity of Smith County with repairing low-income homes! The City's home repair program, which was run by the Neighborhood Services Department, will now be run by Habitat, according to TylerPaper.com. The program will be run using federal money. The money, in the form of a grant will repair homes up to $10,000 per household and will help a minimum of 10 households per year.