The Board of Trustee's has identified Affordable Housing as a top priority for the Town of Carbondale.

The Greater Roaring Fork Regional Housing Study was completed on April 1, 2019, and there will be three public presentations of the findings as follows. All members of the public are welcome to attend. 
          5pm, Monday, April 29, 2019 at a location in Aspen TBD - tentative and could change
          8:30am, Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at the Garfield Comissioners' Meeting room in Glenwood Springs
          2:30pm, Tuesday, April 30 in the Eagle County Meeting room in El Jebel

Garfield County Housing Authority: The Garfield County Housing Authorityserves residents of the Roaring Fork Valley, from Carbondale to Parachute, who cannot afford conventional housing.  GCHA assists individuals, families, seniors and persons with disabilities, in locating and procuring affordable purchase and rental housing opportunities.  If you have questions about deed restricted housing within the Town of Carbondale, including availability and requirements, please contact the Garfield County Housing Authority at (970) 625-3589 or toll free at (888) 627-3589.

Carbondale Affordable Creative Space:
 The Arts Market Survey data collection occured during the summer of 2018. The Market Survey was intended to help us understand housing and work space issues facing our creative community. Read the ArtSpace Market Survey Final Report & the ArtSpace Market Survey Final Technical Report.  ArtSpace is the nations leading non-profit developer of affordable space for creatives and creative organizations. In December of 2017, ArtSpace visited Carbondale and conducted an affordable housing prefeasibility study. Click here to see the ArtSpace Prefeasibility Report

Community Housing Inclusionary Requirements:
Section 5.11 of the Unified Development Code (UDC) was designed to mitigate the impact of market-rate housing construction on the limited supply of available land suitable for housing. This mitigation will prevent the Town zoning regulations applicable to residential development from having the effect of excluding housing that meets the needs of all eonomic groups within the Town. This is accomplished through the establishment of community housing requirements for development, which requires a portion of all new residential development to be set aside for community housing purposes as a condition of approval.

Other Resources for Housing Funding and Financing