Affordable housing is defined as a home that takes no more than 30% of a household’s income for utilities, rent or mortgage. Many low-income families in Kitsap County, however, pay utilities and rent costs that are equivalent to up to 60 % of their household budget.

If you are a Kitsap County resident struggling to meet your energy costs the KCR Weatherization program is here to help. This program can help make your home more energy efficient, reduce home energy consumption, and increase the health, safety, comfort and longevity of your home.


Weatherization energy efficiency services can include:

  • air sealing measures such as weather stripping and caulking,
  • insulation measures,
  • health and safety issues such as indoor air quality
  • heating system repairs, and more

Eligibility Guidelines

Kitsap Community Resources Weatherization is available to homeowners and renters throughout Kitsap County according to funding availability, eligibility requirements, and existing wait lists. Rental properties require the landlord to agree to services by signing an agreement contract.

To qualify for the Weatherization Program you will be required to provide income documentation and your total adjusted gross income from all sources cannot exceed the income guidelines listed below.

For specific eligibility requirements and to learn if you qualify for this program, please contact KCR Weatherization.

Weatherization Program Eligibility1 Person2 Persons3 Persons4 Persons5 Persons6 Persons7 Persons8 Persons
WA State Low-Income Weatherization Program-Income Eligibility Guidelines
200% Federal Poverty Level (FPL)*$29,160$39,440$49,720$60,000$70,280$80,560$90,840$101,120
60% State Median Income, (SMI)**$35,037$45,817$56,598$67,379$78,159$88,940$90,962$92,983
HUD Limits 80% AMI (MM Only) - Kitsap County - Median Income $102500$57650$65,850$74,100$82,300$88,900$95,500$102,100$108,650
*FPL - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) 2021 Poverty Guidelines - Effective January 23, 2023 -

**SMI - HHS 2020 State Median Income Estimates

Effective: October 1, 2022
***AMI - HUD FY 2020 Income Limits (ILs) based on area

Effective April 18, 2022

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