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.
We are an Equal Housing Opportunity.
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. There is potential to begin some in-person meeting. As this changes it will be noted here. Call-in information will also be noted on this website.
EPHA will meet for our regularly scheduled monthly meeting. As of June 2021 we will meet in person. We will convene at 8:30am in the Hix Room of the US Bank Building (363 E Elkhorn Ave). You can also join the meeting via conference call at 8:30AM. Call-in information is (617) 675-4444. Enter pin 196 637 207 5159#. Or you may join via this link by going to https://meet.google.com/aur-sjwm-dxj. This works best using the Google Chrome browser. The current agenda for the monthly meeting is linked here.
The 2021 scheduled meeting dates are:
|July 14, 2021||August 11, 2021|
|September 8, 2021||October 13, 2021|
|November 10, 2021||December 8, 2021|
Peak View - A Workforce Development
Estes Park Housing Authority is nearly complete with 26 apartments developed to serve workforce individuals and families in the Estes Valley. These apartments will not have income requirements, although will require one member of the household to be employed within the boundaries of Estes Park School District R-3 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 development to be complete and ready for lease-up in July 2021. Here is an image of construction as of March 16, 2021. More images are available on our facebook page.
EPHA Board will host the Town of Estes Park Trustees to view of Peak View on June 30th at 9:00am.
More information can be provided via our main office at 970 591 2535 or at EPHA@estes.org. You may also want to check out these articles in the Trail Gazette regarding the development July 2018, August 2020, January 2021, and May 2021.
We are available to serve you. Appointments are preferred, but not required.
Our hours continue as 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday. You can also reach us via EPHA@estes.org or by calling us at 970 591 2535.
We encourage you to keep up with the Larimer County dashboard with current updates and information: https://www.larimer.org/health/communicable-disease/coronavirus-covid-19.
Should you have an issue or concern, EPHA staff remain available to assist you, our emergency numbers for our properties are:
Falcon Ridge (970) 308-7905
Talons Pointe and Lone Tree (970) 586-9116 press 1
Cleave and Pines (970) 586-8407
You can also reach us via our email on the ABOUT US page, click on STAFF.