Division of Housing - Planning and Policy
The Division of Housing works closely with the Planning Department and other city departments to develop and implement plans and policies to further the city's housing goals. Some recently completed projects include the adoption of the Transit Village Area Plan and the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance.
Housing Planners review all proposed residential projects and work with developers to fulfill their Inclusionary Housing requirements. Inclusionary Housing requires that all new residential development contribute to affordable housing.
Are you a Developer? Information included on this page includes:
- Inclusionary Housing requirements and process
- What does "permanently affordable" mean?
- Allowable sales prices for permanently affordable units
- Cash-in-lieu amounts
- Off-site units or land dedication
Several important studies have been completed to guide the City Council in determining long term housing goals for the city:
A Tool Kit of Housing Options 1999
Comprehensive Housing Strategy 2000
Housing Task Force Report 2000: Report to City Council on the findings
and recommendations of the Housing Implementation and Funding Task
Force on the housing goals for the City of Boulder.
2008 City of Boulder Affordable Housing Report: February 2008 report
to City Council as part of the process initiated by the Department of
Housing and Human Services to review progress on the affordable housing
goals and to evaluate the current policies, programs and priorities.
Last Updated on Friday, 07 June 2013 11:55