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Notice of Public Meeting and Hearing

Re: the City's Intent to Submit an Application for the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development Section 108 Loan Program. The City of Westminster will hold a public hearing before Westminster City Council on Monday, Sept. 27, 2010 at 7 p.m. in the Westminster City Hall Chambers at 4800 W. 92nd Ave., relative to adopting a resolution authorizing the City to apply for a Section 108 Loan from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). As proposed, the loan would be used to create a development loan fund that could be used to finance development projects pertaining to affordable housing, economic development and public facilities. A second meeting will be held on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010, from 10 a.m. to noon at Westminster Grange, 3935 W. 73rd Ave., Westminster. Persons wishing to speak on the matter should attend one of these meetings. Persons wanting to view the application should contact Tony Chacon at 303-658-2129 or


Community Resources & Housing Development Corporation (CRHDC) is working with the City of Westminster to purchase and rehabilitate foreclosed properties. CRHDC is seeking qualified contractors to rehabilitate the houses. A Pre-Qualification Submittal Meeting of interested contractors will be held on September 28, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at 7305 Lowell Boulevard, Suite 200 in Westminster. For minimum qualifications and more details contact Steve Hegge at (720) 542-6573.

Lowell Boulevard Makeover...AWESOME!

With the completion of the first phase of the Lowell Boulevard improvements from 73rd Avenue to 75th Avenue, the immediate transformation is nothing more than phenomenal. The streetscape has been completely transformed with the undergrounding of the utilities, reconstruction of the street including new sidewalk integrating an off-street bicycle trail, preservation of large mature trees and new landscaping, and decorative pedestrian lighting. These improvements have cast the neighborhood in a different light to those passing through and prospective neighborhood businesses and residents. The remainder of Lowell Boulevard north to 78th Avenue is due to be completed in 2007.

Success of Phase 1 of Harris Park Townhomes Leads to Plans for Rowhouses and Condos

The success of the first 50 townhomes in the neighborhood has led Community Builders, Inc. to move forward with plans for an initial 12 rowhouses and 30 condominium units over commercial space. CBI and the City are in negotiations to finalize the construction financing of the units with construction possible as early March 2007. Preliminary base sales prices are from about $150,000 for the two bedroom condo units to $185,000 for the three bedroom townhomes. Persons interested in purchasing these units should contact Anne Heckler at (720) 875-3371.

For more information contact Tony Chacon at (303) 658-2129

Invest in the Future

South Westminster

There are great opportunities to take advantage of the City of Westminster's pursuit of real estate development in South Westminster.

Partners in Progress

The South Westminster revitalization project has sparked the interest of partners in various segments of the community, including local banks, developers (both commercial and residential), property and business owners, and the local residents.

Excellent Investment Incentives

There are great opportunities to take advantage of the City of Westminster's pursuit of real estate development in South Westminster.

Business Facade and Site Improvement Program

The City of Westminster offers businesses and owners of commercial property matching grants with which to improve property within the south Westminster area, generally bounded by 68th and 80th Avenues, and Clay and Raleigh Streets. The program generally provides a dollar of City match for every dollar spent by the applicant up to a maximum City contribution of $5,000. The City contribution may be higher depending on special circumstances on a case-by-case basis. The funds can only be used on eligible improvements including re-facing or repainting buildings, landscaping, and signage. Asphalt repair or replacement and roofing are not eligible activities. Persons interested in applying for the funds should contact Tony Chacon at (303)658-2129

For More Information, Please contact us at:

City of Westminster
Community Development Department

Address: 4800 W. 92nd Ave.
Westminster, CO 80031

Phone: 303.658-2114
Fax: 303.706.3922

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