Since our founding in late 1999 Habitat in Grand County has built and refurbished more than 12 houses and provided a simple, decent affordable home to low-income, deserving and necessary families in our community!

2001 – First Habitat house completed on 2nd Street in Granby.

2002 – Second Habitat house completed on New Church Circle in Granby.

2004 – Third Habitat house completed also on New Church Circle in Granby.

2006 – Fourth Habitat house completed – This house was built in Kremmling.

2007 – House number five is completed.  This house is in Granby on New Church Circle.

2008 – Two houses are completed in Hot Sulphur Springs.

2009 – A third house is completed in Hot Sulphur Springs

2009 – Launched our Financial Fitness course together with the Mountain Family Center

2010 – February – Second offering of our Financial Fitness course designed to help participants learn how to identify their financial goals, get control of their spending, and take positive steps to reach financial security.  This eight week course teams families with mentors who continue to meet with the family on an on-going basis over the next year.  Our goal is to offer this class once a year to families in the county.

2010 –April 24 – Ground breaking for the 2010 Habitat house in Hot Sulphur Springs at Moffat and Hemlock streets.  Mark your calendars and join us to celebrate a new beginning for the Bailey family.

2012 – June 3rd at 1 p.m.  Groundbreaking for our 2012 Habitat house located at 556 E. Nevava in Hot Sulphur Springs.  This house is a milestone for Habitat in Grand County — our 10th Habitat house in Grand County and our second Energy Star rated house.

2012 – August 14 – Launch of our new Habitat Homeownership Program class for applicants – how to qualify for the Habitat program financially

2012 – August 21- Third offering of our Financial Fitness course.  Course is opened up to applicants for our home ownership program as well as existing homeowners and new partner families.

When we complete a Habitat house we sell it to the family with a no-interest, no profit first mortgage and a monthly payment that does not exceed 25 – 30% of their monthly income.  The term of this mortgage is generally 30 years.

Our work has not only built houses for low income families in the county but also has built houses that will remain affordable for the long term.  One house at a time we are building a base of affordable housing in the County and taking significant steps toward eliminating poverty housing in the county.

2013 – June 29 – Dedication of Habitat house for Antonio family – our 10th house in Grand County and another excellent Energy Star rating

2014 – June 25 – Groundbreaking for 2014 Habitat house for Shelly Heckerson and her family – our 11th house in Grand County

2014 – November – Dedication of Habitat house for Heckerson family. 12th Grand County home!

2015 – August – Repurchase of Habitat home from a family leaving the area due to their child’s health issues.

2016 – Refurbished home and added a bedroom for the Dickerson family. Another family served!

2016 – Invested in the infrastructure of the Hot Sulphur Springs land parcel to prepare for 4-6 new Habitat Homes.

2017 – Complete the infrastructure of the HSS land.

2017 – Spring break ground on HSS Home #1 foundation.