The city is committed to preserving manufactured and mobile homes as an affordable housing option for community members.

As part of the city's efforts to enhance community resilience to climate change, several grants are available for repairs and upgrades to mobile and manufactured homes. The City of Boulder and Boulder County are partnering to help support these communities.

Learn more and apply below.

Available Grants

Wind Damage Repair Grants

More than 400 manufactured homes suffered damage from the winds that drove the Marshall Fire in 2021. The city is working to help impacted community members repair the damage, make their homes more resilient to extreme weather events and help save money on their energy bills.

  • City of Boulder Wind Damage Repair and Efficiency Upgrade Grant: Open to owners of mobile homes in the City of Boulder damaged by high winds on Dec. 30, 2021.
  • *Coming Soon* Boulder County Manufactured Home Wind Damage Repair Grant: In 2024, a new program will be available to help homeowners repair damages caused by high winds on Dec. 30, 2021. To qualify, your manufactured home must be built on or after June 15, 1976. This program is available to qualifying homeowners in mobile home parks in Boulder and nearby Columbine, San Lazaro, San Souci and Table Mesa Village.

Emergency Repair Grant

Open to mobile homeowners in City of Boulder and Boulder County with high-priority emergency needs. Homeowners may only apply with city staff pre-approval.

Columbine Mobile Home Park - Home Repair Pilot

Boulder County is piloting a home repair program in Columbine Mobile Home Park. The program will provide energy-efficiency, health and safety, accessibility and general repairs. Lessons learned in Columbine will be used to design future mobile home repair opportunities.

How to Apply

Complete the application

All grant programs are available on the same application.

Complete the application in English or Spanish and select which grant(s) you are applying for.

Once your completed application is approved, you will receive an email from city staff.

Choose a contractor and schedule a repair estimate

Select one of the city-approved contractor below and work with them to get an estimate.

The contractor will submit your repair estimate to city staff.

Sign the grant agreement

Once city staff receive your repair estimate from the contractor, they will send you a grant agreement for signature.

Submit the signed agreement to program in one of the following ways:

  • Mail a signed copy to Healthy and Resilient Mobile Homes, City of Boulder Climate Initiatives, P.O. Box 791, Boulder, CO 80306
  • Drop off a signed copy at 1101 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO 80302, Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Write "Healthy and Resilient Homes Grant c/o Crystal Launder" on your application.
  • Email Laurel Mattrey a photograph of the signed Grant Agreement

Sign a construction contract

The contractor will ask you to sign a Construction Contract. This is an agreement between you and the contractor to perform approved repair work.

Keep a signed copy for your records. Contractors will forward a copy to city staff. Once received, staff will send a Notice to Proceed to the selected contractor.

Please note, once the city receives all signed documents, it can take up to four weeks for the contractor to receive a Notice to Proceed and being repairs.

Schedule repair work

Work with your contractor to schedule approved repairs. The contractor must complete your repairs within 60 days from signing the Construction Contract.

Final Sign-off

Once all repair work is finished, city staff will confirm that work is acceptable before the city pays the contractor. Staff will contact homeowners.

Contractor is paid

City staff will review the final invoice and issue payment directly to your contractor. You will receive notice that this payment has been completed.

Contact City Staff