Broomfield Housing Authority

The Housing Authority of the City and County of Broomfield (referred to as the Broomfield Housing Authority) is a leading organization working to ensure housing access and opportunity in the community. The organization is led by an appointed Board of Commissioners, who determine the strategic and program direction of the organization. The BHA Commissioners and staff work in collaboration with the many federal, state and local private, not for-profit and government entities in pursuit of shared outcomes and impacts, including Broomfield’s Economic Vitality (Housing) and Human Services Departments.

Vision To create a lasting ethos of seeking solutions for housing availability for the residents of the City and County of Broomfield (Colorado).

Mission To work collaboratively with the public and private sectors to create attainable and sustainable housing options for the broadest spectrum of Broomfield residents.

History

The City and County of Broomfield established a separate, or independent, Housing Authority to increase housing options for its residents. This action followed significant community conversation and research indicating this approach would strengthen and leverage resources and efforts for the benefit of the community. In October 2021, the City Council voted to create the Housing Authority with a mission to leverage external private and public housing financial resources to expand the number of attainable housing units. The Housing Authority will primarily focus on efforts to serve very-low and low-income residents; and may include acquisition of land for future housing, repurposing of buildings, and creating or expanding partnerships. As a separate entity, the Housing Authority will be able to rapidly respond to housing market conditions and potential opportunities.

Board of Commissioners:

  • Bob Munroe, Chair

  • Linda Fahrenbruch, Vice Chair

  • Alan Feinstein, Commissioner

  • Joy Castillo, Commissioner

  • Nicholas Rosenbeck, Commissioner

Current/Planned Activities:

  • Board and organizational start up (January)

  • Selection of an Executive Director (January/February)

  • Establishment of program and activity goals

  • Consideration of specific housing development opportunities

Further information on specific activities and housing goals will be added as determined and adopted.

Meetings will be held on the 4th Wednesday of each month (link to recent meetings information), at the George DiCiero City & County Building (1 DesCombes Drive, Broomfield) in the City Council Conference Room, or may be attended through the virtual meeting link listed below.

Next meeting will be held:

Wednesday, May 25, 2022 - Agenda

Start time : 4:00 p.m.


Broomfield Housing Authority Meetings virtual attendance:

https://broomfield.zoom.us/j/87698061183?pwd=b2ZlazN1cDFtWWNDMU96cHh2OC84dz09

Passcode: 929653

Dial in by phone: 888 788 0099

Webinar ID: 876 9806 1183

Participant ID: #

Passcode: 929653


Agendas and Minutes

January 7, 2022 - Minutes

January 7, 2022 - Agenda

January 19, 2022 - Minutes

January 19, 2022 - Agenda

February 23, 2022 - Minutes

February 23, 2022 - Agenda

March 23, 2022 - First Amended Agenda

March 23, 2022 - Minutes

April 27, 2022 - First Amended Agenda

April 27, 2022 - Minutes (Upon Final Board Approval 5-25-22)

May 3, 2022 -Boardmember Strategic Planning Session - Agenda


Broomfield Resident Housing Services

The existing housing rehabilitation, housing repair, and other housing program is administered through the City and County of Broomfield, Housing Division. Self-sufficiency programs such as the HUD Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8), Rental and Mortgage Assistance and HUD HOME Tenant Based Rental Assistance will continue to be administered by the Broomfield Human Services department.

Contact:

Kristin Hyser

Executive Director

Broomfield Housing Authority

720-682-4647

khyser@broomfieldhousingauthority.org

One DesCombes Drive

Broomfield, CO 80020

www.broomfieldhousingauthority.org