Resident Assistance Programs
Available Assistance Programs
Kansas Weatherization Assistance Program (KWAP)Offer grants to pay for:
Kansas Emergency Rental Assistance (KERA)Assistant programs offered:
Kansas Homeowner Assistance Fund (KHAF)The KHAF program provides financial assistance for:
- Past-due mortgages
- property taxes
- homeowner association fees
- utility costs
- internet/broadband payments
Chris Griffen is the President of the Ministerial Alliance.
First Baptist Church of Clearwater - For Utility assistance or Financial assistance contact Pastor Keith Kelley.
Clearwater United Methodist Church - Food Pantry is open on the first and third Monday of every month from 6pm-7pm.
Commodities - Who can pick up? Anyone in Sedgwick County Senior Center.
In the event of a reported and/or discovered leak by City staff on the consumer’s system, the consumer has fourteen (14) days to have the leak repaired or service may be shut off until repairs are made. Depending on the severity of the leak, shut-off timeframes may be adjusted.
If you are unable to make your utility payment by the end of the month, the city does offer an extension. The utility extension can be filled out and returned to the City so services are not interrupted.
The SLWA Service Line Warranty Program protects against repairs needed to pipes on homeowners’ property. Repairs to these pipes are not covered by basic homeowners’ insurance or by the City of Clearwater. If a customer’s service line needs repair, a simple call to the SLWA 24-hour hotline will dispatch a local, licensed contractor familiar with local code. There are no service fees or deductibles.
This program is voluntary for homeowners, provided at no cost to the City of Clearwater and no public funds are used to promote or administer the program.