Safe & Accessible Arvada
The City of Arvada strives to be a community where residents, regardless of age, mobility or income are comfortable and safe in their homes. With that goal in mind, the Arvada City Council recently approved Safe and Accessible Arvada. The program provides grants for low and moderate income, elderly, and disabled households for home accessibility modifications to provide them with better ease of access in their homes.
Income Eligibility Requirements
|Household Size||1 person||2 person||3 person||4 person||5 person||6 person||7 person||8 person|
Projects Available for Improvement
- Roll-in shower conversion
- Step-in shower conversion
- Wheelchair Ramp Construction
- Wide tread exterior stair installation for walker access
- Door widening for wheelchair/walker access
- Grab bar installation
- Hand-held shower installation
- Roll-under sink/counter installation
- Carpet to solid surface upgrade for wheelchair/walker mobility
For More Information or to Apply
For more information or to apply for assistance, visit the Brothers Redevelopment website at brothersredevelopment.org
or call them at 303-685-4225.
Brothers Redevelopment, Inc., was established in 1971 and is a Denver-based nonprofit organization that provides housing and a variety of housing-related services for the region's low-income, elderly and disabled residents.