Housing Authority

Mission Statement

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.

EMERGENCY ORDINANCE 2135

An ordinance adding chapter 9-59 to the Broomfield Municipal Code regarding a temporary prohibition on rental late fees. 

Effective Aug 11, 2020 | Expires Nov 1, 2020

EMERGENCY ORDINANCE NO. 2135 - English

ORDENANZA DE EMERGENCIA No 2135 - Espanol

Landlord FAQs 

COVID-19: Help and Assistance

Service Reopening

Please Note: Due to Covid-19, we encourage the community to continue to utilize online services by visiting our Community Development webpage. For customers and walk-ins, please be prepared to follow the Community Development Procedures for Customers and Walk-Ins.

Your concerns are important to us. We have provided several pages to connect you as directly as possible with the assistance that you may need. If you are experiencing hardship specifically due to Covid-19, please check out our Community Partners and/or the Colorado Tenant’s Guide to Covid-19. Several answers may also be found on our FAQ.

Housing staff will be available on-site on Wednesdays beginning August 1. Contact housing-authority@broomfield.org or 303.438.6379. All messages will be returned within 24 hours.

If you are unable to locate the information you need, please email Cheryl St. Clair, Housing Program Manager, at cstclair@broomfield.org to help answer your questions and connect you with other supports for more information. Emails will be responded to within 24 hours. Thank you.

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