Home Preparedness Assessment Program

Flood, fire, and drought have significantly impacted the Boulder community over the last decade.

Recognizing the need for greater personal resilience, the City of Boulder and Boulder County partnered to develop the Home Preparedness Assessment (HPA) program to help homeowners build personal resilience and preparedness to “bounce back better” from future natural disasters and other stresses the community faces.

The program starts with a resilience assessment, which is an in-home consultation conducted by a professional advisor who identifies actions and improvements that enable homeowners to prepare for and better respond to flood, fire, and drought. Cash rebates will be made available to participants to help cover the costs of these improvements.

Am I eligible?

Due to grant requirements, this initial pilot program is only open to city and county single-family and mobile home homeowners who have been impacted by the 2013 flood. The pilot will serve up to 100 homes on a first-come, first-served basis until the available spots have been filled.

SIGN UP

If you are a Boulder County or City of Boulder homeowner and are interested in participating in the Home Preparedness Assessment Program, please follow the link to fill out the application form via the link below or fill out the HPA Program Application from the Document Library and send it to home.preparedness@cbi.com.

Sign up here

Who manages the HPA program?

The HPA program is brought to you by the City and County through the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) community building grant program and is administered by CB&I Infrastructure & Environmental.

For more information on the program, please visit the following pages:

AssessmentsImprovements and RebatesContractors


Flood, fire, and drought have significantly impacted the Boulder community over the last decade.

Recognizing the need for greater personal resilience, the City of Boulder and Boulder County partnered to develop the Home Preparedness Assessment (HPA) program to help homeowners build personal resilience and preparedness to “bounce back better” from future natural disasters and other stresses the community faces.

The program starts with a resilience assessment, which is an in-home consultation conducted by a professional advisor who identifies actions and improvements that enable homeowners to prepare for and better respond to flood, fire, and drought. Cash rebates will be made available to participants to help cover the costs of these improvements.

Am I eligible?

Due to grant requirements, this initial pilot program is only open to city and county single-family and mobile home homeowners who have been impacted by the 2013 flood. The pilot will serve up to 100 homes on a first-come, first-served basis until the available spots have been filled.

SIGN UP

If you are a Boulder County or City of Boulder homeowner and are interested in participating in the Home Preparedness Assessment Program, please follow the link to fill out the application form via the link below or fill out the HPA Program Application from the Document Library and send it to home.preparedness@cbi.com.

Sign up here

Who manages the HPA program?

The HPA program is brought to you by the City and County through the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) community building grant program and is administered by CB&I Infrastructure & Environmental.

For more information on the program, please visit the following pages:

AssessmentsImprovements and RebatesContractors