Home Improvement Program

Centennial’s Home Improvement Program or “HIP” helps qualifying homeowners make the most of their repair and remodel dollars with cash rebates.

As a thriving community of more than 107,000 residents, the City recognizes that neighborhoods are one of our greatest assets, because they are the places families call “home.” HIP helps preserve and enhance our beautiful neighborhoods.

The Home Improvement Program offers qualified Centennial homeowners cash rebates of up to $300, based on the value of their project. HIP aims to increase property values, energy efficiency and the vibrancy of Centennial neighborhoods. The Home Improvement Program applies to all projects commenced on or after June 1, 2016.

Eligibility

Eligible projects include: home renovations, home additions, siding, windows, doors and the replacement of shake roofs with less hazardous materials. Your home must be built prior to 1990 to qualify.  Applicants must reside in Centennial. 

 

Rebate

PROJECT LEVEL

PROJECT VALUATION

REBATE AMOUNT

Tier 1

$5,000 – $10,000

$100

Tier 2

$10,001 – $15,000

$200

Tier 3

$15,001 +

$300

 
Apply

It’s easy to apply with our simple 3-step process.

  1. Submit a completed building permit application, plans (if applicable), and a signed HIP Terms and Conditions agreement.
  2. After final inspection, submit a HIP reimbursement form for approval.
  3. Receive a reimbursement check from the City’s Finance Department.

Funds are limited. Apply today!

Resources

The Building Division’s qualified staff are available to assist you during your home improvement project and offer the following tools to help you with the process.

Contact a Permit Technician for more information.

 
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