If you are a renter or landlord and are experiencing financial difficulties with rent, the state of Colorado has CARES Act funding available to provide assistance. Go to cdola.colorado.gov/rental-assistance.
Colorado Department of Local Affairs (Division of Housing)
CDLA offers rental assistance statewide through the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Program. For more information, call 303-864-7810.
State of Colorado Resources for Those Facing Eviction, Foreclosure, or Non-Payment of Utility Bills
For resources, click here.
Foreclosure and Eviction Moratorium Extended
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) issued an extension to its foreclosure and eviction moratorium through Aug. 31, 2020. The moratorium applies to homeowners with FHA-insured single-family mortgages.
COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project Free help to come to a better solution for all parties. Tenants that need help can connect for with the project AND lawyers that want to volunteer can sign up: www.cedproject.or
The Resident Relief Foundation (RRF) and the Colorado Apartment Association have announced a partnership providing assistance to renters. Colorado residents who are struggling to pay their rent because of coronavirus related job loss, illness or income loss may seek assistance from the relief fund. Read more here.
Statewide Relief for Renters
Brothers Redevelopment at www.brothersredevelopment.org
Eviction Protocols by Judicial District (Larimer County is in the 8th Judicial District) click here.
Internet for Low-Income Residents
Comcast is extending their 60-days of FREE Internet Service to new Internet Essentials Customers. The contract-free program is available to lower-income residents who qualify for public assistance programs such as Medicaid and SNAP. After the 60-day free period, service is $9.95 a month. Read more here.