Northglenn residents – are you struggling financially due to COVID-19? Assistance is available through the Northglenn Community Foundation (NCF).
The NCF received grant funding through the city by way of the CARES Act. This allowed the NCF to temporarily expand their utility assistance program. Eligibility criteria have changed, making the program more accessible. So if you haven’t qualified in the past, you may now!
Assistance requirements include:
- You must be a resident of Northglenn.
- You have a past due balance on your City of Northglenn utility bill (covers trash and water) OR you need help meeting your household's basic needs and can provide a statement as to how you have been financially impacted by COVID-19.
- You have not received assistance from the foundation since April 1, 2020.
- Your current income is within the limits listed on the application (income verification will be required).
Your application is complete. (Don’t forget to include all individuals living in your household!)
To apply, go to www.northglenncf.org/utility-assistance-program.
Funding will be awarded based on need. If you are awarded funding, a payment is made directly to your utility account with the City of Northglenn or you will receive a gift card to a local grocery store (depending upon qualifications). To qualify under the modified CARES Act guidelines, applications must be submitted by Nov. 30.