The Concrete Rebate Program is offered annually by the City of Littleton to assist residential property owners in making repairs to the sidewalks along their properties by providing rebates for qualifying concrete replacements.
The goal of the program is to reduce trip hazards and other defects to sidewalks in the community. Rebate applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis until allocated concrete rebate funds have been exhausted.
The City of Littleton offers the Concrete Rebate Program to assist residential property owners in repairing the sidewalks along their properties by providing rebates for qualifying concrete replacements. This program is not for concrete replacements on private property, such as driveways and walkways to the residence.
The program aims to reduce trip hazards and other defects to sidewalks in the community. Rebate applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis until allocated concrete rebate funds have been exhausted.
Damaged sidewalks creating trip hazards along the roadway in front of residential property are eligible for replacement under this program. Private driveways, the sidewalk leading to the front door, and other concrete on private property is not eligible. Damaged concrete that does not pose a trip hazard is not eligible for rebates. Contact Public Works at 303-795-3863 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional clarification if needed.
Residential properties with certain types of damaged concrete are eligible. Sidewalks that show one or more of the following features are eligible:
The final determination of eligibility is made by Littleton Public Works.
Complete and submit an application online. A Littleton Public Works Inspector will review the application within five business days. They will let you know if you are eligible to participate in the rebate program and sections of concrete that are eligible for the rebate if replaced will be marked. The inspector will also indicate the rebate amount if you complete the eligible concrete repairs.
Eligible participants need to:
The City of Littleton does not provide contractor recommendations. However, you may find it beneficial to utilize online business directories, which often include reviews, to help you in your search for a contractor.
Like any major service or purchase, you want to shop around to make sure you are getting the best value. Comparing several estimates will help ensure you aren’t paying too much.
Contact Public Works at 303-795-3863 or email@example.com.
You can check on your permit through the eTRAKiT portal. Help guides are available if needed.
Yes. All work in the public right of way must be done according to Littleton Standards and Specifications. The work must also be inspected by Littleton staff; any work completed without permits or inspections will not be eligible for a rebate.
It depends on the areas that qualify for replacement. Littleton’s inspector will measure the area of concrete being replaced. The quantities and rebate unit rates determine the total rebate amount. Rates are fixed and updated annually. The rebate per cubic foot of eligible concrete replaced in 2023 is $20.75. Contact Public Works at 303-795-3863 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
It could take up to 30 days to receive the check once the work is complete and documentation provided. You can contact Public Works at 303-795-3863 or email@example.com during normal business hours to find out the status of your payment.
Yes. In accordance with Littleton City Code 8-2-2, “It is hereby declared that, with the exceptions contained in this Chapter, it shall be the responsibility of the owner to maintain sidewalks adjacent to his property in conformance with the minimum standards set by the City".
No, the Concrete Rebate Program application must be submitted for review and approval before repairs are made. Littleton will not rebate repair work that was not qualified, permitted, and inspected by Littleton staff.
Yes, non-owner-occupied residential properties are eligible.
Yes, though you may want to work with your landlord or property management company to remedy the issue.
No, agencies or companies that receive funding for repairing concrete through resident dues or fees do not qualify.
No, this is a rebate program for residential properties.
Contact Public Works at 303-795-3863 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about your specific circumstance and what you can do to remedy the situation.
You can contact Public Works at 303-795-3863 or email@example.com during normal business hours, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.