A Coon Rapids program has won a national award for government innovation.
A city of Coon Rapids incentive program to encourage residents to undertake large remodeling projects at their homes has proved a lot more popular than anyone expected.
Phase two of the city of Coon Rapids’ Home for Generations (H4G II) program will be presented to the public at an open house Thursday, May 30, 4:30 to 8 p.m., at the Coon Rapids Civic Center.
Phase two of the city of Coon Rapids’ Home for Generations (H4G II) program, unveiled at the North Suburban Home Improvement Show Saturday, has received a financial boost from the Coon Rapids Mortgage Assistant Foundation (CRMAF).
The city of Coon Rapids will soon be rolling out phase two of its Home for Generations program.
A new phase of the Home for Generations program is being considered by the Coon Rapids City Council.
The city of Coon Rapids’ fifth Home for Generations house has been sold and that, to all intents and purposes, will end the program that began in 2009.
The city of Coon Rapids’ fifth Home for Generations house has to all intents and purposes been sold.