Push for rural affordable housing runs into battle to preserve wildlife, open space and agriculture
The legislature passed a bill in 2021 allowing Coloradans to defer payment on any increase in their property tax bill over 4% by making it a lien against their home
Repealing a statewide ban on rent control makes sense given local policy factors into success as much as state policy
Imagine a city with wider housing options, more density, streamlined zoning, more transit service, and fewer cars
Research suggests rent control actually “decreases affordability, fuels gentrification and creates negative spillovers”
The Marshall fire revealed a new normal as climate change reshapes our state, but the past year has proved that Coloradans are resilient.
The city’s new mayor will need to find a way to mobilize the community with discipline and compassion, rather than looking away
The Colorado Sun’s equity reporter Tatiana Flowers hosted a conversation about Colorado’s Black community regarding the homeownership gap
A housing crisis solution with modular homes, philanthropy, unique lending and free land is threatened by local zoning and code regulations
Many people transitioning from jail or prison struggle to reenter society without support. Mesa County’s new program helps with housing, jobs, transportation and mental health services.