Woodbury Goes Green Loan

Geographic Service Area: 
City of Woodbury
Program Details: 
Low-interest loans up to $5,000
Eligible improvements include a variety of energy efficiency upgrades


The objective of the Woodbury Goes Green Loan Program is to encourage sustainable and energy-efficient green building practices in the City of Woodbury. Low-interest loans of up to $5,000 are available to qualified families who earn no more than 115 percent of the area median income, capped at $90,000 per household. Eligible improvements include new high-efficiency furnaces or water heaters, improved insulation, new windows with better insulation and efficiency than existing windows and other improvements as pre-approved by the City of Woodbury Housing and Redevelopment Authority. This program may be combined with the Woodbury Home Improvement Fund if applicant households meet the criteria of both programs.

Review the Woodbury Goes Green program guidelines and fill out an application if you are interested in the program. If you have any questions regarding the application process, contact the Housing Resource Center at (651) 228-1077.


For more information about the city's housing and redevelopment programs and policies, contact:

Karl Batalden
Housing Specialist/Associate Planner
(651) 414-3438