Housing Authority

Service Reopening

Housing staff will be available on-site Tuesday and Thursday starting June 1. Contact housing-authority@broomfield.org or 303.438.6379

Your concerns are important to us. We have provided several links to connect you as directly as possible with the assistance that you may need as a result of COVID-19. 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.

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.

Public Comment Opportunity: 

The City and County of Broomfield City Council will be considering the adoption of the 2020 Action Plan as well as the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan for HOME and CDBG Housing Programs on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.

Within the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan, communities assess housing and general community needs through data analysis and citizen input in order to make effective choices in allocating the CDBG and Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funds provided by the federal government. The programs proposed in the 2020 Action Plan Chart for Broomfield support these goals and priorities.

The plans are available to view here:

The virtual City Council meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 26, 2020, at 6:00 pm. The virtual meeting is accessible through http://www.broomfield.org/publicnotices and local television Channel 8. Written comments are requested to be sent in advance to housing-authority@broomfield.org. The public can also provide comment at the meeting by calling:  1-855-695-3744.


Current Programs



Urgent Home Repair Program
- A program for low-income Broomfield homeowners to help with one-time emergency repairs to their home. Application Packet

Homeownership Counseling and Financial Fitness Classes
- A free service to Broomfield residents to prepare for home ownership 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 refinancing, 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.  Energy Resource Center (Weatherization Assistance Program)

Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program
- A two-year self-sufficiency program for Broomfield families which includes a 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 home buyers in Broomfield through the City and County of Denver Metro Mortgage Assistance Program. Additional information. and Metro Mortgage Web Page.

Broomfield Housing Needs Assessment
- Report conducted by BBC Research & Consulting - February 2018.

Broomfield Housing Needs Assessment PowerPoint Presentation
to City Council on April 17, 2018.

Broomfield Mobile Home Owners Handbook
Free Legal Help for Tenants - For qualifying low-income residents in Adams County and the City and County of Broomfield.
Read a summary of the 2019 Action Plan
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