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On December 14, the Boulder County Housing Authority will accept online applications for The Spoke on Coffman in Longmont and a variety of housing assistance vouchers for use throughout the county. Visit this link for information and to apply on Dec. 14.
Pre-leasing for the Boulder County Housing Authority’s (BCHA’s) newest neighborhood of affordable homes will begin online December 14, with The Spoke on Coffman in Longmont offering quality apartment-style rental homes in a mixed-use re-development just one block west of downtown. Construction is expected to finish in spring 2022, with move-ins soon after.

At the same time, on December 14 only, BCHA will also accept applications for a range of housing assistance vouchers, including the Housing Choice Voucher lottery and Mainstream voucher program for households with someone between the ages of 18 and 61 living with a disability, two and three project based voucher assistance in Lafayette for households accepted in the Family Self-Sufficiency program, one, two and three bedroom project based voucher assistance in Longmont at the Spoke and HUD Multifamily subsidized housing programs for one bedroom rentals in Louisville, and Lyons for households aged 18 and older with a disability or aged 62 and older.

Visit this link for information and to apply on Dec. 14.

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Housing & Energy

Learn about how to get help with housing and energy efficiency for your family. Find out about the need for affordable housing in Boulder County. Find out about how affordable housing is a tremendous benefit for our community. And see how housing stability is vital to the well-being of our community.

Expanding Access to Diverse Housing for Our Community

Created in collaboration with nine jurisdictions in Boulder County, our regional housing plan Expanding Access to Diverse Housing for Our Community recognizes that many interconnected issues and opportunities are important elements of the discussion around solutions to the housing affordability crisis we face. Therefore, local jurisdictions and essential partners in the private sector, housing authorities, and non-profit organizations will collaborate to develop and preserve diverse and affordable housing options.

In addition to helping advance a region-wide goal, every city and town has the opportunity to help inform the solutions advanced by this plan and then use them to meet their own goals. Addressing Boulder County’s housing needs has required and will continue to require numerous community collaborations and partnerships. For more information, see the plan or visit

Proposed change to the Boulder County Housing Authority Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan Public Comments Requested

The Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA) hereby notifies the public of its proposed Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan changes. The Administrative Plan contains all the rules and policies related to how BCHA administers our housing choice voucher program. These changes will be available for review up until December 30, 2021, at which time they will be adopted by the Board of Commissioners. This plan is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for all housing authorities that receive program funding.

These plan changes will be approved during the business meeting scheduled on January 4, 2022 at 10:30AM. Sign up for notices of business agendas and to receive a link to view the Commissioners’ business meeting schedule. For more information about Commissioners meetings or to review upcoming meetings and past agendas please visit here.

This Plan will be available for public review and comment from November 15 through December 30, 2021.

  • Due to COVID-19 our main offices are open to the public on a limited basis, if you would like a hard copy of the proposed plan changes mailed to you please contact Kelly Gonzalez.

If you have feedback for the BCHA proposed Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan updates, please submit it using this form.

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Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation

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Boulder County, in accordance with the Fair Housing Act, prohibits discrimination in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, familial status or national origin.

Reasonable accommodations may be requested to ensure equal access by people with disabilities to its programs and activities. To request an accommodation, please call the Boulder County Dept. of Housing and Human Services Call Center at 303-441-1000.

Information about reasonable accommodation policies and the request process for applicants, tenants and program participants may be found on the Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation page.

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