To apply for any apartment, either low income or market rate, you must contact the apartment management directly. Broomfield does not currently own or manage any rental units.
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Broomfield administers a very limited number of Housing Choice Vouchers from the Colorado Division of Housing. When the application waitlist is open, it will be advertised on the Broomfield Housing Authority webpage and in the Broomfield Enterprise. A current voucher holder may move to Broomfield by transferring their current voucher to the Colorado Division of Housing.
There are no shelters in Broomfield; however, you may contact FISH Inc. of Broomfield 303.465.1600 OR the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless 303.442.4646. The United Way of Denver (Mile High United Way) also has current information of available shelter space in the Denver metro area. You may access their referral service by dialing 2-1-1.
At this time, there is not funding in Broomfield for down payment assistance. You may access information to resources available, state wide, for future homeowners, through the Boulder County Housing Counseling Program web page or call 720.564.2279.
Broomfield residents may receive free counseling services from the Boulder County Housing Counseling Program, which offers foreclosure prevention counseling and assistance with mortgage lending options. Access their website, below, or call 720.564.2279. You may also call the Colorado Foreclosure Hotline at 1.877.601.HOPE (4673); bi-lingual counselors are available.