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***NEW - Property Tax Refund Program***
Have your property taxes gone up this year? Broomfield homeowners may qualify for the new Property Tax Refund Program! This program will be available for Broomfield residents who are homeowners, have lived at their home for at least two years, are at or below 60% AMI (average median income) and belong to one or more of the categories below:
- Seniors 65+,
- Veterans with at least 80% documented disability
- Residents with 100% documented disability
(surviving spouses can also apply)
The table below shows the maximum amount of annual income that can be earned by a given family size in order to qualify for this program:
|1 Person||2 Persons||3 Persons||4 Persons||5 Persons||6 Persons||7 Persons||8 Persons|
The refund amount will be the difference between last year's property taxes and this year's property taxes. The maximum refund amount is $1,000.
This Broomfield Property Tax Refund Program is not the same as the Senior Property Tax Exemption Program. Applying for this program does not automatically include you in the Senior Property Tax Exemption Program. Visit the Property Tax Exemption and Deferrals page for more information.
PROPERTY TAX REFUND CLINICS
|May 16, 2023||Broomfield Community Center||8 a.m. to 12 p.m.|
|May 18, 2023||Broomfield Community Center||8 a.m. to 12 p.m.|
|Jun 01, 2023||Broomfield Community Center||8 a.m. to 12 p.m.|
|Jun 15, 2023||Broomfield Community Center||8 a.m. to 12 p.m.|
|Jun 29, 2023||Broomfield Community Center||8 a.m. to 12 p.m.|
The Broomfield Home Rehabilitation, Mobile Home Repair program, and Urgent Repair Programs are now managed by Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. These programs are for low-income Broomfield homeowners to assist with repairs to their homes.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), Section 8, or the Housing Choice Voucher Program, is an assistance program for very low-income families, the elderly and the disabled so they can afford safe and sanitary low-income apartments. The program subsidizes rent through housing vouchers paid directly to the renter's landlord with the renter paying the difference between the full rent and the amount paid by the voucher.
- Broomfield vouchers are managed by the state of Colorado and administered by the Broomfield Housing Alliance (BHA).
- Broomfield does not own, operate or manage and assisted housing units of its own.
- Section 8 may only be applied for through municipalities with an open waitlist.
- For more information on Section 8 in the City and County of Broomfield, please contact Rental Assistance.
More information about municipalities with an open waitlist may be obtained from Mile High United Way. If you are in Colorado, you may dial 2-1-1 directly. Mile High United Way provides many resources and works with several counties across Denver. You will want to ask them specifically which Housing Authorities have open waitlists or visit Section 8 Waiting Lists in Colorado.