Colorado Springs receives about $6 million in entitlement grant funds annually from the federal government through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). These fund have a tremendous impact on our residents' quality of life, neighborhood services, local businesses, community infrastructure, homelessness and housing housing.
Funds are allocated annually by the U.S. Congress. Our representatives are Rep. Doug Lamborn, Sen. Michael Bennet and Sen. John Hickenlooper.
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Read the full report on expenditures and impact contained in the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report
Join Colorado Springs community partners for a free workshop series to learn about rights and responsibilities of renters and landlords in Colorado Springs. All programs include brief resource presentations by The Justice Center, Pikes Peak Library District, Colorado Housing Connects, and the City's Community Development Division.
April 11-15 is Community Development Week! Learn more about the many ways that we partner with non-profit and for profit organizations; and philanthropic foundations to help vulnerable individuals and families in our community overcome challenges by finding affordable places to live, improving their neighborhoods, and preventing homelessness. Take a look at how Community Development is positively impacting the community.
As housing costs rise nationwide, the City continues to work successfully with the development community to bring new affordable housing online by implementing HomeCOS, the city’s affordable and attainable housingAttainable housing means decent, attractive, safe, and sanitary accommodation that is affordable for the full spectrum of the city's residents. While a cost of no more than 30% of gross household income is a good rule of thumb for affordability, there will be some circumstances where higher or lower thresholds may be more applicable. plan.
A list of resources for both renters, home owners and landlords.
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