The city is involved with a number of organizations in helping its residents.
Utility Bill Assistance Program
The Northglenn Community Foundation’s Utility Assistance Program provides grants to eligible residential City of Northglenn utility customers with a temporary, short-term payment of their city utility bill.
Applications for assistance are reviewed and grants are awarded monthly based on a number of criteria. Grants are paid directly to the recipient's city utility account.
Grant applications are available at the foundation's website or you can stop by and pick up an application at the City Hall front desk, Northglenn Recreation Center or within the Senior Center.
Applications are due no later than 5 p.m. on the first of each month (or the Friday before if the first falls on a weekend or a holiday) at the Northglenn City Hall.
Recreation Program Scholarship
This scholarship provides a 50% discount on any of our in-house programming, up to $250 per person in the household, per year. Contact Belia Straushein for more information: email@example.com or 303.280.7821.
- Immaculate Heart of Mary Stewardship Food Bank: 11426 Pearl St., 303.452.2041
Serves families in the 80233 area on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9-11 a.m.
- Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church Food Bank: 10785 Melody Drive, 303.452.5478
Serves families in the 80234 and 80260 areas Tuesday through Friday, 10-11:45 a.m.
- Northglenn Christian Church: 1800 E. 105th Place, 303.452.3787
Serves families living from 84th Avenue to 160th Avenue between Washington Street and Riverdale Road on Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Low and moderate-income persons or families can apply for competitive mortgage loans and down payment and closing cost assistance. Operated by the City and County of Denver.