Senior Lights and Locks - City of Colorado Springs
Housing Rehabilitation Programs - City of Colorado Springs
Data Provided By
Pikes Peak United Way - PPUW
Description of Service
The Housing Development Division, in cooperation with the Colorado Springs Police Department, provides grant assistance to low-and moderate-income seniors to improve the security of their homes. Security improvements can include deadbolts, peep holes, motion sensor lighting, safety chains, strike plates, replacement of exterior hollow core doors and other improvements. Homeowner grant maximum: $1,500 Tenant grant maximum: $750
El Paso County
R5, El Paso County
Fill out an application to see if you qualify. Go online to download application or call (719) 444-7000 for more information.
You must be 55 years of age or older
You must meet the current income guidelines located on application
The property must be your primary residence
Tenant: must provide a completed form signed by the property owner or authorized agent
You must be willing to have a member of the Colorado Springs Police Department Crime Prevention Unit complete a Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) inspection of your property.
The property cannot exceed current HUD after rehabilitation values
The property cannot be located in the floodplain
Property must be within Colorado Springs City limits. Cannot help anyone outside of the City of Colorado Springs. Also must have homeowners insurance.
Once you qualify and have a completed CPTED report, a Redevelopment Specialist will meet with you to discuss the improvements suggested in the CPTED and obtain a contractor to make the improvements.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Physical Site Address 1
30 South Nevada Avenue
Physical Site Address 2
Physical Site City, State, Zip
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Mailing Address 1
P.O. Box 1575
Mailing Address 2
Mail Code 640
Mailing City, State, Zip
Colorado Springs, CO 80901
Mail Attention To
City of Colorado Springs Community Development Division