Housing Programs

Broomfield residents may be eligible for a variety of programs through the City and County of Broomfield Housing Division to assist in the different stages of renting and home ownership. These programs can assist with payments, generating additional income, legal counseling and some rehabilitation assistance for the home. 

Partial Property Tax Refund Program

This program provides a property tax refund up to $1,000 and is available for Broomfield residents who are homeowners, have lived in their home for at least two years, meet the income qualifications (80% area median income), and belong to one or more of the categories below:

  • Seniors 65+
  • Veterans with at least 80% documented disability
  • Residents at 100% documented disability
  • Surviving spouses may also apply

Apply online with the link below, or to get in-person help from a program expert, attend a walk-in consultations. Staring March, you can schedule an appointment to get one on one help with a program expert. 

Broomfield Community Center
Held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays between Feb. 1 and Jul. 17 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Broomfield Library - 2nd floor
Held on the 4th Tuesday between March 25 and July 23 from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.

The program will run from Feb. 1 to Sept. 30. If you have questions or need assistance on the Partial Property Tax Refund Program, email propertytaxrefund@broomfield.org or call 303-438-6350.

Applying for this program does not automatically include you in the State of Colorado Senior Property Tax Exemption Program. Visit the Property Tax Exemption and Deferrals page for more information on eligibility requirements and to apply for that program.

Through the Sunshine Home Share Colorado Program, homeowners 55+ who have extra space in their home have the opportunity to generate income and receive assistance with basic household chores while providing someone with affordable rent. The City and County of Broomfield is partnering with Sunshine Home Share Colorado to create a unique approach to affordable housing and companionship with seniors.

Qualifications and benefits: 

  • Home providers must be 55 or older and their home must be their primary residence.
  • Home seekers can be of all ages. The home seeker’s income level must be sufficient to pay the home provider’s rent and their own living expenses.
  • Increased security with interviews and background checks will be conducted.
  • If desired, the home provider could request a roommate who would provide three to five hours of help a week with household chores and provide a small stipend to the roommate in exchange for the chores .

If you have questions with the Senior Sunshine Home Sharing program, email micaela@sunshinehomeshare.org or call 720-226-2692.

Homebuyers who are within 80–100% area median income (AMI) may qualify for the Down Payment Assistance program. Homebuyers who fit into the salary parameters can receive a 30-year deferred loan with 2% annual interest, not to exceed 6% of the purchase price or $50,000. Homebuyers must contribute at least $2,500 toward the down payment.

The City and County of Broomfield is providing loan funding, in coordination with Colorado Housing Assistance Corporation, to make the Down Payment

 Assistance program available to Broomfield residents.

This program will be launching soon. Please check back to this web page for the details on applying for this program.  

Home Rehab Program

Is your home in need of an urgent repair? Single-family homes with up to 80% area median income (AMI) and mobile homeowners may qualify for a one-time emergency repair through the Home Rehab Program. 

Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. partners with the City and County of Broomfield to coordinate a wide variety of repairs and modifications that enable residents with disabilities or physical limitations to avoid injury and enjoy increased mobility. 

Home repairs can include:

  • Roof Repair
  • Gutters
  • Siding
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Furnace replacement
  • Accessibility modification
  • And more! 

If you have questions or need assistance with the Home Rehab Program, email hmr@brothersredevelopment.org or call 303-685-4225.

Visit the Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. Home Modifications and Repair website to learn more and apply for assistance.


Qualifying Broomfield residents can apply to be a part of Broomfield and Brothers Redevelopment Paint-a-thon Program. Paint-a-thon volunteers provide free exterior painting, minor exterior repairs and yard work to selected homes. This ongoing program is available to qualifying residents each spring and summer. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Homeowners must be 60 years or older and/or have a disability
  • must own and occupy in the Denver metro area or Colorado Springs, and plan to live in it for at least 12 months
  • The home must be no taller than one and a half stories — and in need of painting

If you have questions or need assistance with the Paint-a-Thon program, email chad@brothersredevelopment.org or call 720-339-5864.

Visit the Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. Paint-a-thon website for all details and to access the application.

Colorado Legal Services

Are you experiencing a housing dispute? Qualifying residents may be able to receive free legal assistance related to housing disputes through Colorado Legal Services. This program is aimed at providing essential legal assistance and includes:

  • Legal support for eviction cases
  • Tenant and landlord legal counseling
  • On-site counseling at Broomfield courts
  • Remote counseling options

Visit the Colorado Legal Services website to apply.

Income Limits Information for Area Median Income (AMI)

2023 Income Limits

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