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Housing

Louisville residents display pride in their community. Well kept neighborhoods, tree-lined streets, and carefully planned open space form a transition between the old and new communities of Louisville. Bike trails and walkways link the various neighborhoods. From many locations, residents enjoy spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains to the west and vast plains to the east. The city has approximately 5,000 housing units, single family, condominiums, townhouses and apartments. Prices for new and previously owned single family homes range from mid $100,000 to above $800,000, with about 80-85% of all homes owner-occupied.

LOUISVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY

The Louisville Housing Authority (LHA) provides housing assistance to families and senior citizens.  The LHA has twenty-seven Section 8 Exisiting Housing Certificates from HUD.  The Section 8 programprovides rental assistance to very low-income families and senior citizens who live in privately owned rental units.  Currently LHA oversees all the following housing developments:
Regal Square, 255 Regal Street
Hillside Square, 502-516 West South Boulder Road
Acme Place, 504 LaFarge Street
Lilac Place, 1301 Lincoln Avenue
Lydia Morgan, 1450 Lincoln Avenue
Sunnyside, 401 East Street
For leasing information for any of these developments, please call
720-564-2284.

BOULDER/LONGMONT COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & HUMAN SERVICE

Longmont, 529 Coffman St., Suite 100, Longmont, 80502

Boulder, 3400 Broadway, Boulder, 80304




 

 
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