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The City of Colorado Springs does not provide housing, please see below for answers to the most commonly asked quesions.

Frequently asked Questions

Fair Housing & Landlord/Tenant Concerns?

Fair Housing Brochure English     Fair Housing Brochure Spanish      Landlord Tenant Rights

A copy of the Fair Housing brochure is available for download.  You may request a printed copy of the brochure from the Community Development Division by calling 719-385-5912 or e-mailing  The Community Development Division is located at 30 S Nevada Ave, Suite 604, Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Looking for Housing?

Contact Colorado Springs Housing Authority at (719) 387-6700 or find them on the web at for affordable housing assistance programs in the Pikes Peak Region.   

What Community Resources are Available in Colorado Springs?

Dial 211 from any phone to be connected to the Colorado 211 database of community and social resources.  211 is a free, confidential, multilingual service that refers callers to non-emergency health and human services.
Referrals include Rental/Utility Bills Assistance and Housing/Emergency Shelter

Have a Question or Concern with Land Use, Zoning, or Building?

For Land Use and Zoning questions contact the City of Colorado Springs at 
(719) 385-5905 or click here
For Building questions contact Pikes Peak Regional Building Department at
(719)327-2880 or click here
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Contact Information
For general questions about HUD or its programs contact the Denver Office at 
(303) 672-5440 or TTY: (303) 672-5022 or dial 7-1-1 (Not available in all areas.)
The Colorado HUD website can be accessed by clicking here

Code Enforcement

Find information and contact information for the City of Colorado Springs Code Enforcement Division by clicking the button below. 

Contact Code Enforcement

Housing Rehabilitation Programs

Housing Development works to eliminate slum and blight conditions while improving the well-being of low income households. 

The Housing Rehabilitation Program provides financial assistance through grants to improve housing conditions for qualifying low- and moderate-income households within the City of Colorado Springs.

Funds provided for housing rehabilitation are made available through programs offered by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The HUD programs include the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) and HOME Investment and Partnership Program (HOME). The funds from these programs must be used for eligible items as defined by HUD and the Housing Development Division.

The primary goals of the Housing Rehabilitation Program are to improve the living conditions for low -and moderate- income residents within the community and promote affordable housing.

The objectives of the Housing Rehabilitation Program are to:

  • Upgrade and preserve the City’s stock of older housing
  • Reduce the number of substandard units
  • Eliminate slum and blighting conditions
  • Encourage conventional investment in the existing housing stock
  • Provide contracting opportunities for small, local, minority, low-income and women-owned business enterprises in the housing construction industry

The City recognizes that the rehabilitation of properties creates more desirable, economically viable and stable neighborhoods.

The Housing Rehabilitation Program includes the following components:

  • Owner Occupant Rehabilitation Program 

  • Barrier Removal Program 

  • Emergency Repair Program 

  • Lights and Locks for Seniors Program

Each component program has provisions for eligibility, specific types of eligible rehabilitation and financing terms that are determined by the Community Development Division.

For more about the Housing Rehabilitation Program, contact us at 719-385-5912 or e-mail                                                    

The Community Development Division supports Fair Housing and does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, creed, ancestry, sexual orientation (includes transgender status), marital status, religion, national origin, familial status or disability.