Housing Stakeholder Engagement

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2019 was a historic legislative session for affordable housing in Colorado. With the passage of HB19-1245 and HB19-1322, the Department of Local Affairs, Division of Housing (DOH) will receive over $7 million in additional funding for the next two fiscal years, and then, starting in July 2021, roughly $77 million more per year for three years to address the state’s housing needs. Community engagement and advocacy, local leadership, and dynamic partnerships are vital elements in realizing the potential of the state’s new investment in housing.The Division of Housing has completed its stakeholder engagement process. We are analyzing the input we received from over 1,000 stakeholders across the state. Results will be posted on this website in early 2020.

Our stakeholder meetings are now complete.

Past stakeholder engagement events
September 23, 2019
Summit County, CO
August 29, 2019
Fort Collins, CO
August 21 &, August 22, 2019
Denver, CO
July 29,2019
Durango, CO
July 11, 2019
Pueblo, CO
June 27, 2019
Grand Junction, CO


Regional Community Housing Profiles

Front Range – Community Housing Opportunity Profile

Eastern Plains – Community Housing Opportunity Profile

Rural Resort – Community Housing Opportunity Profile

Western Slope – Community Housing Opportunity Profile

Central Mountains – Community Housing Opportunity Profile

Affordable Housing Case Studies

Homelessness Solutions Case Studies

Affordable Homeownership Case Studies

Affordable Rental Case Studies

Land Trusts Case Studies

Manufactured &, Mobile Housing Case Studies

Rental Assistance &, Vouchers Case Studies

Affordable Housing Guide for Officials

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Wendy Hawthorne
Deputy Director
Division of Housing, Department of Local Affairs