Residents in Adams County, Colorado, can now apply for emergency rent assistance through the state of Colorado. This program is offered by the state of Colorado.
As a result of insufficient funding, the application process for the Adams County Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Program was terminated on January 31, 2022. This was due to the fact that the program did not have enough money. The evaluation process for the applications that were handed in to Adams County by the 31st of January in 2022 is currently underway, and the county and its partners are participating in it. Processing periods are not set in stone because of the enormous number of applications received. If you have any specific questions regarding the application that you have filed, please contact the Community Development Department at CommDev@adcogov.org or by calling 720.523.6200.
Residents of Adams County who are looking for help paying their monthly rent can still submit an application to the Colorado Rent Aid Program. This program offers monetary assistance with rent payments. People and families in Colorado who have experienced unemployment, a reduced income, financial hardship, or significant costs as a direct result of COVID-19 may be eligible for assistance through the Colorado Rent Assistance Program. Eligibility requirements for the program include proof that the individual or family has experienced one or more of the aforementioned issues. You are not allowed to have a household income that is greater than eighty percent of the median income for the area (see table below). Please visit this website, which may be found at https://cdola.colorado.gov/rental-mortgage-assistance, for any additional information or to submit an application.
# of People in Household
Maximum Income (80% AMI)
|Adams County ERA Program Income Requirements|
The Colorado Housing Connects website serves as an online resource center that provides information on a wide array of housing options and links to further online housing resources. For additional information on available housing resources, please go to coloradohousingconnects.org or call the number (844) 926-6632.
The Emergency Rental Assistance Program has been given a federal grant with the number ERA0099 by the United States Department of the Treasury, which provides the program with all of its funding.