Looking for a place to live?
El Rancho Affordable Housing
Apartments available January 2020. Now Pre-Leasing: Call (720) 610-9539 for additional information regarding application process. Official applications will be accepted beginning October 15, 2019.
Eligibility Requirements: Combined monthly household income must be 2x monthly rent to qualify for apartment.
Combined household income limits (Persons/apartment): 1 - $39,000 / 2 - $44,580 / 3 - $50,160 / 4 - $55,680 / 5 - $60,180 / 6 - $64,620 / 7 - $69,060
Apartment homes are being rented at 60% of AMI: 1 Bedroom: $1,044, 2 Bedroom: $1,254,
3 Bedroom: $1,448
Blue Spruce Habitat offers its program to families in specific income ranges, adjusted for the number of persons in your family. Income includes wages, social security, SSDI, SSI, TANF, and child support. For our local Habitat, your total yearly gross household income must fall within the posted ranges below:
Household 1 - $22,736 - $52,000
Household 2 - $25,984 - $59,400
Household 3 - $29,232 - $66,850
Household 4 - $32,480 - $74,250
Household 5 - $35,078 - $80,200
Household 6 - $37,677 - $86,150
For additional information regarding Blue Spruce Habitat, please call (303) 674-1127 or visit www.bluesprucehabitat.org.
Other Housing Resources
Housing Authority Contact Information
Arvada Housing Authority: (720) 898-7494
Jefferson County Housing Authority: (303) 422-8600
Metro West Housing Solutions: (303) 987-7580
Denver Housing Authority: (720) 932-3000
Colorado Homeownership Coalition
Provides assistance to homeowners experiencing a temporary disruption in income due to unforeseen medical bills, employment layoff, or other catastrophic event affecting ability to pay mortgage payment.
For assistance, contact your closest agency:
Boulder County Housing and Human Services, Becky Thelen, (720) 956-3809
Denver Housing Authority, Kay Kroll-Bradley, (720) 956-3809
Rental/Deposit Assistance: CDBG Funding
For assistance/screening, please call EChO to schedule appointment with Client Advocate at (303) 670-1796.
Rental/Deposit Assistance: CSBG Funding
For assistance/screening, please call Mountain Resource Center directly at (303) 838-7552.
Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
In partnership with local agencies and the U.S. Department of Energy, the Colorado Energy Office (CEO) offers a free Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) to Colorado’s low-income residents. WAP works to maximize energy cost savings for each client by providing them with cost effective energy efficiency services.
Cost-effective services include: LED light bulb retrofits, air sealing, insulation in attic/floors/walls, furnace safety testing, furnace repair or replacement, refrigerator replacement, storm windows/doors, energy conservation information, and solar photovoltaics.
If you currently receive financial assistance from any of the following programs, you automatically quality for weatherization services: TANF, AND, OAP, SSI, SSDI, LEAP, and SNAP.