Water Residential Assistance Program

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The City of Berkley is participating in the Water Residential Assistance Program (WRAP) that will help eligible, low-income residential customers of the Great Lakes Water Authority with bill payment assistance and water conservation measures. Under WRAP, participants will be able to access the support needed to pay past-due water bills and become self-sufficient.

To learn more about this program and inquire about eligibility, call 248-479-6516 or visit www.olhsa.org/WRAP


  • Assistance up to $1,500 per household: including bill credits and $1,200 in arrearage assistance for eligible communities
  • Participants may receive up to $625 in the first month of enrollment
  • Supporting WRAP-Around Services
  • Home water audit & minor plumbing repairs up to $2,000
WRAP Participant Eligibility Requirements
  • Must live in a Great Lakes Water Authority Service Area, see below for Oakland County WRAP participating communities.
  • Must have a household income
  • Must live in the property
  • Applicant must be responsible for water
  • Must be at or below 200% the Federal Poverty Level (FPL)

1 $25,520
2 $34,480
3 $43,440
4 $52,400
5 $61,360
6 $70,320
7 $79,280
8 $88,240
9 $96,600
10 $100,980

WRAP’s mission is to administer the distribution of WRAP funding to the eligible, low-income customers of the GLWA, with a vision to create a transformative water utility assistance program focusing on bill assistance, conservation, and self-sufficiency initiatives.

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