This Executive Order provides “eligible individuals” 30 days to cure for any default or non-payment of rent before they can be served with an eviction notice.
Dear Community Members,
While the City of Westminster is not a direct provider of housing, we partner closely with the local housing authorities in Adams and Jefferson Counties and non-profit organizations who do provide housing and housing services. In addition, we work alongside county staff to allocate federal dollars to assist low-income individuals and families. We have included a list of housing resources below and will continue to add to this list as we receive updates.CLICK TO VIEW: City Council Reasonable Accommodation Resolution
Provides a range of housing services for Adams County families, including rental assistance. Funds are limited with applications on the 1st of each month.More information
Limited emergency assistance available for housing costs for Adams County residents meeting certain income-qualifying conditions.More information
Opportunity to apply for affordable housing — both rental and for-sale.More information
Works with individuals and families to prevent homelessness and connect them to affordable housing.More information
Focusing on food assistance currently.More information
Provides limited financial aid to Denver-area individuals and families to prevent homelessness with rent assistance, case management, and access to other supportive services.
2-1-1 Help Center: Connecting People to Critical Resources
2-1-1 is the statewide first-line response for all human services needs as they relate to COVID-19.More information
Provides various forms of assistance, including rent assistance to residents of Jefferson County.
Providers of the Emergency and Essential Home Repair program for low-income homeowners in the Adams County portion of Westminster (subject to limitations during COVID-19 pandemic).
Links to resources for Colorado families needing assistance, including application for hardship assistance with a CHFA mortgage.Learn more
On Wednesday, March 18, HUD announced that it would suspend foreclosures and evictions for mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration for 60 days (see announcement attached below). Similarly, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) directed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to suspend foreclosures and evictions for at least 60 days due to the coronavirus national emergency.
The foreclosure and eviction suspension applies to homeowners with an Enterprise-backed single-family mortgage. And earlier this month, FHFA announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would provide payment forbearance to borrowers impacted by the coronavirus. Forbearance allows for a mortgage payment to be suspended for up to 12 months due to hardship caused by the coronavirus.Read HUD/FHFA Moratorium
Rent support for landlords applying on behalf of qualifying tenants is available through the state’s Property Owner Preservation Program (POP).Learn more
Provides guidance for apartment managers and links to state and federal resources.
Legal overview of what tenants should do if they are unable to pay their rent. (Spanish link provided).Learn more
Legal help for low-income Coloradans seeking assistance with civil legal needs.Learn more
Stay up to day on all COVID-19 information related to HUD programs, including the latest resources for service providers, homeowners, renters, and grantees.Learn more