More than 200 local governments have pledged to increase their affordable housing stock in the coming years. Now developers are applying for funds to build those units.
Some school districts anticipate needing to house all teachers and staff within the next decade as costs soar. A new report highlights how a few are getting a running start.
A medida que se acerca el invierno, organizaciones sin fines de lucro y dirigentes municipales de esta ciudad montañosa situada a las afueras de Aspen intentan encontrar una solución a largo plazo para albergar a los inmigrantes.
A four-story Urban Peak youth shelter, where residents will be grouped into “neighborhoods,” is scheduled to open this summer in south Denver.
Lawmakers are trying to come up with a fix after Proposition HH failed in the November election. But conservatives, liberals and businesses are offering their own solutions.
Denver County has seen a record number of eviction filings in 2023. An assistance package passed Monday aims to curb evictions statewide.
The Democratic majority cut property taxes and expanded social welfare programs. But a long-term solution to the state’s rising property taxes will have to wait.
City will try again to get its water rights from the Poudre River after a public relations blitz; more than 10,000 potential Thornton homes are on hold as they wait for taps
The Colorado Senate GOP caucus tried to use a parliamentary objection to extend the session until at least Tuesday. Senate President Steve Fenberg blocked the maneuver in a dramatic turn, but the session will still last at least one more day because of the dust-up.
The big differences between Proposition HH and the Democrats’ special session property tax plan is that it wouldn’t affect TABOR refunds dollars and it would offer no new relief for commercial properties