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Eviction Prevention Services

Eviction Prevention Services

This enhanced program resulted from the passage of the No Eviction Without Representation ballot measure and expands legal and financial services for those facing a potential eviction. 


Live in Boulder? You have access to a new eviction program offering free legal representation and help with rent payments.

If you are facing a potential eviction, don’t wait to take action. Contact our eviction prevention coordinator to assess your situation and connect you to available resources (legal representation, rental assistance and/or mediation) that best meet your needs. Call 303-441-3414 or for a quicker response, please fill out our online form.


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To access Eviction Prevention services including legal assistance, help with rent and mediation services, please Click Here!





Legal Services Available : Depending on if your case has already been filed in court or not, a range of legal services are now available for properties located within the City of Boulder.

Rental Assistance: Various agencies have funding available to assist with rental payments. The coordinator will direct you to the appropriate agency and support you through the process.

Mediation: Mediation can be an effective process for landlords and tenants to work out an agreement and resolve the situation.    

Tenant Advisory Committee : A 5-person tenant committee will be formed in accordance with the new ordinance. Check back for more information as this process is developed.