When everyone in Longmont prospers, Longmont prospers.
For us, prosperity means that every resident has equal access to participate in our local economy, and has the opportunity to advance in their careers, build wealth, and invest in their future. There are actions we can and must take as a community to ensure this kind of prosperity for every resident in Longmont. The most critical of those being the creation of equity building home ownership opportunities in Longmont attainable to all Longmont’s residents regardless of race, age, gender, ethnicity, religion, disability, or sexual orientation.
Who we are.
Our objectives include:
What is attainable housing?
We’re at a crossroad.
Why we need attainable housing.
The numbers don’t add up.
Let’s give our residents what they want.
Studies show that Longmont residents care about attainable housing, cost of living, access to amenities and less traffic congestion. All of these factors can be improved with a thoughtful approach to attainable housing. Let’s work together so that Longmont’s current and future residents can build a better Longmont for generations to come.