Summit County Housing Department
The Housing Department works in collaboration with many community partners and neighboring jurisdictions to implement the County’s housing-related goals and strategies, and to increase the stock of local affordable workforce housing.
Summit County Housing Summary: 2018
Learn about Summit County's housing efforts, including development strategies and housing projects: Building Housing: Community Preservation, Economic Health, & Sustainability in Summit County, CO
Dillon Valley Community Meeting
The Housing Department held a community meeting on March 6 to update the community on the Department's proposal for a vacant lot in Dillon Valley and to solicit community feedback. Staff are compiling and recording input received at the meeting.
The key functions of the Summit County Housing Department include:
- Workforce Housing Development
- Land and Housing Asset Acquisition and Management
- Housing Policy and Strategy Development.
Summit County Housing Department works independently and in collaboration with various private and public partners to develop affordable workforce housing in Summit County, with a focus on local resident / workforce housing.
Property Information & Deed Restrictions
The Housing Department manages the county’s inventory of all deed restricted for sale and rental units as well as approved accessory dwelling units. For more information concerning a deed restriction on your property, please check out our Property Info and Deed Restrictions page, contact the Housing Department or use the Summit County GIS Parcel Query Tool.
The Housing Department works with Summit County Management and other Departments on policy creation, revisions and direction. Section 3809 of the Summit County Land Use and Development Code in conjunction with the Affordable Workforce Housing Deed Restriction Guidelines guide the development of local resident housing in Summit County.
Other opportunities for housing related resources are listed on the Resources page.