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The Longmont Landlord Training Alliance is a collaborative program between the Longmont Police Department and Community and Neighborhood Resources. The Landlord Training Alliance presents monthly programming on a wide variety of topics relating to the business of landlording.

This training is free and open to all. Meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month at the Longmont Senior Center (910 Longs Peak Avenue) in rooms D and E from 6:30 to 8:00 pm.

Each training has been approved by the Colorado Division of Real Estate for two (2) hours of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for licensed realtors.

Important Housing Law Update

House Bill 19-1118 – Time Period To Cure Lease Violation    Signed into Act: May 2019

Summary: the bill amends the current law to require a landlord to provide a tenant 10 days to cure a violation for unpaid rent or any other condition or covenant of a lease, other than a substantial violation, before a landlord can initiate eviction proceedings.

If the last day of the time period to cure a lease violation is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday the period is extended to include the next day which is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday

The following is a link to the Colorado General Assembly website to review HB19-1118 that can provide a summary of the bill and the final text of the bill. For more information please visit: https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb19-1118

Upcoming Training

Wednesday, July 10, 2019: Sustainability and Landlords

Creating a sustainable Longmont means promoting environmental stewardship, economic vitality, and social equity to create a sustainable and thriving future for all. This presentation will focus on how sustainability programs throughout the City can provide financial and environmental benefits for landlords and their tenants. Learn about opportunities for landlords to participate in the development of Longmont’s Just Transition Plan to 100% renewable electricity; the financial benefits of energy efficiency upgrades for multi-family buildings; resources on waste services and large item disposal available for multi-family facilities; how landlords can help cultivate sustainable neighborhoods in Longmont; and opportunities for landlords and their commercial tenants to participate in the new Longmont Sustainable Business Program.

Questions? Call us at (303) 774-4384 or email susan.spaulding@longmontcolorado.gov

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