The Affordable Rental Information List has complexes that are required to have certain number for units for rent at below market prices for low/moderate-income households because of funding they received from local, state, or federal sources. Unit rents vary based on the size of the unit, amenities, or other reasons, but should below the market rents for Longmont. Some apartment complexes may have a wait list that you can asked to be placed on. The list also includes other local resources, including information on Housing Choice Vouchers and local assistance organizations.
List of Affordable Rental Housing Developments
The below developments have affordable units with priority given to individuals and households affected by the 2013 flood in Boulder County.Centennial Park Apartments
Spring Creek Apartments
Crisman Apartments - Coming soon** 750 Crisman DR., Longmont.
Equal Opportunity: In accordance with the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act, there will be no discrimination against an applicant for these benefits on the basis of age, source of income, sex, race, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, or handicap.
Reasonable Accommodation: If you or a member of your household is an individual with a disability, you have the right to request reasonable accommodation for that disability. The City of Longmont is committed to assuring that each individual has an equal opportunity to the use and enjoyment of the benefits of this program. For more information, contact the Rehabilitation Program at 306-774-4648.
TTY service for those individuals with hearing and speech disabilities is available through Colorado Relay Service at 1-800-659-3656.