Alert and Update:

To our Estes Park Housing Authority communities and neighbors:

Please ensure you are signed up to receive alerts at NoCoAlert.org or text the word LCEVAC to 888777 to receive text message alerts.

Other resources:

CoTrip.org (for road updates),

Larimer.org (for updates on COVID and the Cameron Peak Fire), and

Co.Grand.Co.Us (for East Troublesome Fire).  


The most recent NoCoAlert reads:

LCSO - Troublesome Fire Voluntary Evacuations advised

2020-10-22 11:43:39 MDT

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. The East Troublesome Fire officials have ordered voluntary evacuations for the western part of Rocky Mountain National Park and much of the west side of the Estes Park area. This area includes the Rocky Mountain National Park west entrance, Moraine Park, Estes Park Campground, the southern part of Highway 7 north to Marys Lake, Peak View Drive including the Aerial Tramway and north to include Deer Ridge. Voluntary evacuations are advised for residents and business occupants if they are concerned for their safety, feel they need additional time to exit the area, or have health conditions that may be aggravated by this incident. You are encouraged to move livestock and pets out of the area and to prepare for mandatory evacuations. Please use Highway 34 eastbound to leave the area. For questions about the evacuations, please call the Joint Information Center at 970-980-2500. For text updates, text the word TFIRE to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate information to that key word as needed. To view a map of the evacuation areas, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

Welcome to the Estes Park Housing Authority

The Estes Park Housing Authority provides a variety of housing options and services for qualified low-to-moderate-income households.  We understand the unique challenges facing the people who live and work in this beautiful valley, and we are here to help! On this site, you will find information regarding the types of assistance we offer and various housing options available.

Whether you are looking to rent an apartment at an affordable rate or you need assistance with a down payment to purchase your first home, we have programs to help renters and buyers alike. We know that a home provides a household with the stability needed to be successful. We look forward to assisting you on your path to success.

Please follow the links below for more information, and please feel free to stop by or the call the office with any questions. 

Board Meetings

The Board of Commissioners meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month to discuss the Estes Park Housing Authority agenda.  The Board meets at 8:30AM. Until further notice, meetings will be held via conference call.  Call-in information will be noted on this website.   

EPHA will meet for our monthly board meeting via conference call Wednesday, November 11th at 8:30AM.  Call-in information is (617) 675-4444.  Enter pin 196 637 207 5159#.  Our you may join via this link meet.google.com/aur-sjwm-dxj.  The agenda will be linked here. 

The 2020 remaining scheduled meeting dates are: 

  • November 11, 2020
  • December 9, 2020

Peak View - A Workforce Housing Development

Estes Park Housing Authority is currently developing 26 apartments for workforce housing in Estes Valley.  These apartments will not have income requirements, although will require one member of the household to be employed in the Estes Valley for an average of 30hrs a week year round.  One, two and three bedroom units will be offered and we are targeting rents to be $1,200 for 1 bedroom, $1,570 for 2 bedroom and $1,850 for 3 bedroom apartments.  We anticipate the project to be complete and ready for lease-up in the Summer of 2021. Images of our development will be upload soon.

Full Time Employment Opportunity

Are you an enthusiastic, detail oriented, hardworking professional looking for a long term career in Estes Park?  If so, Estes Park Housing Authority invites you to apply to our fast-paced and growing organization.  This Property Manager role requires strong communication and effective customer service skills to deliver our services and products to the Estes Valley Community.  

Hiring Range is $38,000 to $42,000 for this full-time position and includes health, dental, vision, and PERA retirement benefits.  

Knowledge of property management, Housing Tax Credits, and Housing Choice Vouchers is preferred.  Duties will include maintaining current compliance with various state, federal, and local programs.  This necessitates management of property and residential needs, as well as variety of administrative tasks requiring proficiency in computer skills. 

Application and job description are linked here and are available at our main office located at 363 E Elkhorn Avenue, Suite 101, Estes Park CO  80517.  You may also call or email us at (970) 591-2535 or EPHA@estes.org.  

Resumes are accepted and encouraged.  Completed EPHA Employment Application MUST be submitted for consideration of employment.  

Position open until filled. 

The Estes Park Housing Authority is an equal opportunity employer.