City of Kalamazoo Resources
Dial 311 from a landline phone or call 269-337-8000 from any landline or mobile phone for any of the following:
Scheduling a Housing Inspection
Tall Grass/ Weeds
Recycling/ Missed Pick-up
Junk Cars (on a property, not on the street)
This will connect you with an operator, who will be able to easily connect you to the department you need. If the situation is an emergency, dial 911.
Problem with the City of Kalamazoo
Additional Community Resources
Community Homeworks (269) 998-3275
HOME REHABILITATION/ REPAIR/ CRITICAL HOME REPAIR
Our programs provide a comprehensive package of solutions for making housing affordable, comfortable, and secure. Programs are critical home repairs and education workshops on home maintenance and repairs.
Senior Services (269) 382-0515
HOME IMPROVEMENT/ACCESSIBILITY FOR SENIORS
Home repair services that makes things a little easier and a little safer for those at home and their caregivers. This frees up clients and their caregivers to enjoy life more. To qualify, the resident needs to be over the age of 60 and at or below 200% of poverty. If the resident is above 200% of poverty, services may be available on a donation basis.
Kalamazoo Valley Habitat for Humanity (269) 344-2443
HOME MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR SERVICES AND RAMP CONSTRUCTION
Helping low-income homeowners affordably maintain and preserve their homes. Critical home repairs address situations that threaten well-being, health, and safety. These may include solutions to housing code violations, roofing, plumbing, electrical, furnace/water heater, kitchen and repairs. Does not include emergency repairs.
Kalamazoo Neighborhood Housing Services (269) 385-2916
FORECLOSURE PREVENTION, HUD COUNSELING, HOME LOANS, LEAD ABATEMENT, AND REPAIRS
Provide foreclosure prevention counseling for residents in the Kalamazoo County and surrounding communities. This includes options available to homeowners facing hardships as well as assisting them through the process of obtaining a loan modification with their lenders. There are also programs for home repair and lead abatement.
Department of Health and Human Services (269) 337-4900
Direct link to Forms and Publications on the MDHHS site. This includes the State Emergency Relief Form in both English and Spanish.
KRESA Head Start (269) 250-9845
FREE PRE-K AND RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
Educating youth, starting before school officially begins, helps to strengthen all communities. KRESA Head Start has classrooms located in your area and have Family Advocates that work will all our students and their families to find success.
Hot Spot Form
The ENA Hot Spot form is available both in-office and online. You can choose to remain anonymous when filling it out. Both the online and the physical forms are safe and secure. If the situation is an emergency, please dial 911.