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Housing Rehabilitation Program

 

For questions and to request an application packet, contact Tracy Defrancesco at 303-774-4445, e-mail: tracy.defrancesco@ci.longmont.co.us.

Minimum qualifications for the Housing Rehabilitation programs include: properties must be located within the city limits of Longmont, households must meet income and asset guidelines, and properties must be owner-occupied (see Accessibility Program description for exception). Additional qualifications apply, for more information contact Tracy at 303-774-4445.

Income and Asset Limits: Household's income and assets may not exceed the limits based on household size. For specific program income and asset limits, please refer to the program descriptions below.



Exterior photo of General Repair projectGeneral Repair Program:

Designed to help income qualified homeowners fix problems in their homes such as roofing, plumbing, heating, electrical, etc. Up to $25,000 in assistance is provided in the form of a deferred or low-interest loan, and is prioritized to eliminate health and safety issues, correct code violations, make the home more energy-efficient, and undertake cosmetic improvements.

To qualify for the General Rehabilitation Program:

% of median
income

1 person 2 person 3 person 4 person 5 person 6 person
80%
$44,750
$51,150
$57,550
$63,900
$69,050
$74,150
50%
$33,650
$38,450
$43,250
$48,050
$51,900
$55,750

 


Photo of completed wheelchair ramp projectAccessibility Program:

This is for income qualifying renters or homeowners with a disabled or elderly family member to make a home more accessible. Improvements can include construction of ramps, widening of doorways, and modifications to bathrooms and kitchens.

For owner-occupied properties,

For tenant-occupied properties,

To qualify for the Accessibility Program:

% of median
income

1 person 2 person 3 person 4 person 5 person 6 person
80%
$44,750
$51,150
$57,550
$63,900
$69,050
$74,150

 


Emergency Repair Program:Photo of new furnace installed for Emergency grant project

Assists qualified homeowners with emergency housing problems that pose an immediate threat to the health and safety of the household. A maximum of $2,500 may be granted to correct emergency conditions including an inoperable furnace or water heater, and potentially hazardous plumbing and electrical systems. This assistance is in the form of a grant and is not required to be repaid.

To qualify for the Emergency Repair Program:

% of median
income

1 person 2 person 3 person 4 person 5 person 6 person
80%
$44,750
$51,150
$57,550
$63,900
$69,050
$74,150
50%
$33,650
$38,450
$43,250
$48,050
$51,900
$55,750