INCOME GUIDELINES

Many of the SNAP programs have income restrictions. Use the tables below to determine if your household qualifies.

AMI = Area Median Income
FPL = Federal Poverty Level

Energy Assistance Income Guidelines
Effective October 1, 2021 – September 30, 2022
**Employed? Income guidelines are higher! Call us to find out if you qualify.**

All monthly values indicate maximum monthly income in order to qualify for the associated program.

Free Cord WoodEnergy (Heat Assistance) LIHEAP & LIRAPAvista Senior/Disabled, LRSP and *Avista Energy GrantAvista (New *) – Energy Grant
Persons in HouseholdMonthly 75% FPLMonthly 150% FPLMonthly 151-200% FPLMonthly 80% AMI
1$805$1,610$2,147$3,600
2$1,089$2,178$2,903$4,116
3$1,373$2,745$3,660$4,629
4$1,657$3,313$4,417$5,141
5$1,943$3,880$5,173$5,554
6$2,224$4,448$5,930$5,966
7$2,508$5,015$6,687$6,379
8$2,792$5,583$7,443$6,787

* New – Avista Energy Grant income is either 151% to 200% FPL or 80% of AMI (whichever is higher)

 


Spokane County Area Median Income (AMI)
Used for Home Repair programs
Effective June 1, 2021

 

50% of AMI

Household Size Monthly
1  $2,250
2  $2,571
3  $2,892
4  $3,213
5  $3,471
6  $3,729
7  $3,988
8  $4,242

80% of AMI – Used for Rental Assistance, Mortgage Assistance, and Utility Assistance

Household Size Monthly
1  $3,600
2  $4,117
3  $4,629
4  $5,142
5  $5,554
6  $5,967
7  $6,379
8  $6,788

Washington State Median Income (SMI)
Used for Weatherization program
Effective 2019

 

60% of SMI

Household Size  Monthly
1  $2,386
2  $3,120
3  $3,854
4  $4,588
5  $5,323
6  $6,057
7  $6,194
8  $6,332