APPLICATION PROCESS FOR HOUSING PROGRAMS
The City of Colorado Springs Community Development Division offers a variety of federally funded programs designed to assist low income households with essential repairs. Funds from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program are made available annually to correct substandard housing conditions, remove barriers for the disabled, and improve energy efficiency. The program is targeted towards low income homeowners; however, limited assistance is available for disabled tenants. All assistance is contingent on availability of funds. Community Development has partnered with Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. to facilitate this program.
- Your home must be your primary residence, and you must live within the City limits to apply for these programs.
- Properties cannot be located in a 100 year flood plain.
- Property value cannot exceed: $251,750. As stated on the El Paso County Assessor Public Record Search.
- Applicants must have a combined household income that does not exceed the HUD area median income guidelines below.
Income Limits for 2018
- Family Size: 1; Maximum Income: $27,200
- Family Size: 2; Maximum Income: $31,100
- Family Size: 3; Maximum Income: $35,000
- Family Size: 4; Maximum Income: $38,850
- Family Size: 5; Maximum Income: $42,000
- Family Size: 6; Maximum Income: $45,100
- Family Size: 7; Maximum Income: $48,200
- Family Size: 8; Maximum Income: $51,300
Contact Brothers Redevelopment, Inc. at (844)926-6632 or TDY 303-685-4201 for a preliminary determination of income and property eligibility.
- Submit a completed and signed application by mail at Brothers Redevelopment, Inc., 2250 Eaton St. Garden Level B, Edgewater, CO 80214; or by fax at 303-274-1314.
- The application must include all required supporting documentation to be considered complete.
- Submitting an application does not guarantee assistance.
- Incomplete applications will not be retained past 15 days.
Determination of Eligibility:
- Completed applications will be reviewed by staff; priority consideration will be given to elderly households with a disabled family member.
- Income qualified households will be contacted by a Housing Rehabilitation Coordinator to schedule an initial inspection of your home.
- Some homes may not be suitable for rehabilitation based on the age or present condition of the structure.
The form below can be used to apply for:
- Architectural Barrier Removal Program
- Owner Occupant Rehabilitation Program
- Emergency Repair Program