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Community Mediation Service

Community Mediation Service

The City of Boulder Community Mediation Service assists in resolving disputes for City of Boulder residents in the areas of landlord-tenant, roommates, neighbors, seniors, parent/teen, teen/teen, victim/offender, community groups, schools, inter-employee for non-profit agencies, City of Boulder, race and cross-cultural relations, and human rights.

Mediation is based on open communication and a sincere desire to resolve the dispute and participation is voluntary.


A large percentage of the work done by the Community Mediation Service involves landlord and tenant issues and we have created a section of resources dealing specifically with these relationships.

Flood-related Questions and Answers for Landlords and Tenants

The City of Boulder Community Mediation Program hosted a question and answer (Q&A) session with local landlord-tenant attorneys on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. The program was free and open to the public. Attorneys answered flood-related questions and explained legal rights under the Colorado landlord-tenant law, including the warranty of habitability.

Four-part Video Series:  The Sept. 26 Q&A session was divided into four annotated videos, allowing viewers to skip ahead to the specific sections most relevant to them.  To view:

  • annotated videos - select the "Boulder Flood Info" link below and select "Landord and Tenant Relations" tab. 
  • four complete videos - select the "Flood Q&A for Landlord and Tenants Complete Videos" link below.

In Restorative Justice the crime is viewed as a violation of people, interpersonal relationships and the community rather than simply a violation of the law. It involves going into mediation with the victims of the crime and /or those with whom you committed the crime.

Contact the Community Mediation Service at 303-441-4364.

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