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 in collaboration with the Town of Frisco is requesting proposals from well-qualified teams to provide a Site Impact Study for the Lake Hill Workforce Housing development project.
The key functions of the Summit County Housing Department include:
Workforce Housing Development;
Housing Policy and Strategy Development;
Land and Housing Asset Acquisition and Management
Summit County Housing Department works independently and in collaboration with various private and public partners to develop affordable workforce housing in Summit County. The County has worked with various partners and has developed many units for Local Resident / Workforce Housing in Summit County.
Property Information & Deed Restrictions
The Housing Department keeps an extensive list and inventory of all deed restricted and approved accessory apartments in Summit County. For more information concerning your property contact the Housing Department or visit the Summit County GIS Parcel Query Tool.
The Housing Department works with Summit County Management and other Departments on policy creation 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. We are currently working on an update to the guidelines in order to incorporate the appropriate terms for deed restrictions.
There are many organizations and resources in Summit County for housing related needs.