Information about the State Housing Board
The Colorado State Housing Board was created in 1970 to advise the General Assembly, the Governor, and the Division of Housing on Colorado housing needs. The seven-member State Housing Board reviews financing requests, adopts regulations governing factory built structures and multifamily housing in counties with no building codes. The Board also sponsors research reports for use by the public, legislators, and the Governor. The Board meets the second Tuesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. at 1313 Sherman St., Room 318, Denver, CO 80203, unless otherwise noted in the Board Packet.
* Originally appointed to represent Congressional District 6 but due to reapportionment now lives in Congressional District 2.
Beginning May, 2010 State Housing Board meeting minutes are being kept audio files and will be made available soon. Meeting packets contain only the items to be considered at each meeting and reflect whether projects reviewed at the previous meeting were approved.