Manufactured Housing Strategy
More than 1,300 households live in Boulder’s five manufactured housing communities (MHCs), which provide a lifestyle valued by their residents at a relatively affordable cost. The city has committed to preserving this housing option and has taken many supportive actions. In 2019, the city adopted a Manufactured Housing Strategy, which includes Guiding Principles for decision making and a two-year (2020-21) Action Plan.
Due to COVID-19, some work plan items will be prioritized as resources are avaliable. Items pending resource availability are noted.
Events and Milestones
Ordinance No. 8383 is expected to advance several Action Items identified . Refer to the COVID-19 Revised Action Plan above for the list of items included in this ordinance. First reading of Ordinance No. 8383 by City Council is scheduled to occur on Tuesday, August 18 on consent (no public hearing). Second reading will be a public hearing and is scheduled on Tuesday, September 1. Stakeholders and members of the broader public will have the following opportunities to review the proposed ordinance and provide input.
- BeHeardBoulder Engagement Input Wednesday, July 15 – Sunday, July 26
- English-first Mobile Home Owner Stakeholder Event: Thursday, July 16, 5 - 6 p.m.
- Spanish-first Mobile Home Owner Stakeholder Event: Sunday, July 19, 10:30 - noon
Throughout development and implementation of the Strategy, the city will use its Engagement Strategic Framework to ensure a range of stakeholders have the opportunity to inform work.
For more information contact Crystal Launder, Housing Planner, 303-441-4141, [email protected]