- Rehabilitation and Mobile Home Repair Program - Now accepting applications for 2016 for a loan program for Broomfield's low and moderate income homeowners, or landlords of low income rental property, to address health and safety, accessibility and code compliance issues. Application Packet for Rehab of Single-family Homes Application Packet for Repair of Mobile Homes
- Urgent Home Repair Program - a program for low-income Broomfield homeowners to help with one-time emergency repairs to their homes. Application Packet
- Homeownership Counseling and Financial Fitness Classes - a free service to Broomfield residents to prepare for homeownership and meet the requirements of the CHFA home mortgage loan program. Link to Boulder County Housing Counseling
- Foreclosure Prevention Counseling - a free service offering assistance to Broomfield homeowners in refinance, budgeting, and navigating the mortgage lending organizations. Link to Boulder County Housing Counseling
- Home Weatherization Program - free weatherization improvements to low-income Broomfield residents, offering insulation, furnace replacement and storm windows. Longs Peak Emergency Conservation Weatherization Program
- Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program - a two-year self sufficiency program for Broomfield families which includes commitment by the family for education, job training, and counseling while provided with rental assistance and other services. Email Sharon Farrell for additional information or call 720.887.2257.
- Down Payment Assistance - grants equal to 4% of the mortgage amount to qualifying low and moderate income homebuyers in Broomfield through the City and County of Denver Metro Mortgage Assistance Program. Additional information. and Metro Mortgage Web Page.
Read a summary of the 2016 Action Plan.
Housing Choice Voucher Program Opening
The Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), Division of Housing (DOH) in conjunction with the Broomfield Housing Authority (BHA) will open its Housing Choice Voucher Program waiting list for one day on Thursday, June 29, 2017. The waiting list is open only to applicants who meet one of the following DOH preferences: (1) Homeless living in a place not designed for living/sleeping; (2) Family with a person with a disability as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; or (3) Household containing a victim of domestic violence. Applications may be picked up at Broomfield City Hall at One DesCombes Drive, Broomfield, CO 80020 or the Broomfield Health and Human Services Department at 100 Spader Way, Broomfield, CO 80020, beginning June 1, 2017. Completed applications must be dropped in person at the 100 Spader Way address between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Thursday, June 29, 2017. All applications with a preference received on this day, will be placed on the waitlist for a future a lottery drawing.
Working in partnership with the community, Federal and State housing funding and regulatory agencies, developers, and neighboring communities, the Broomfield Housing Authority provides a variety of housing programs to meet the diverse and changing needs of Broomfield residents, especially those with low and moderate income, to enhance their quality of life.