The Longmont Housing Authority has a total of eight properties in the portfolio with the new addition, Fall River Apartments, which opened Fall 2019. Each property has its own set of guidelines and requirements that determine eligibility.
The following guidelines determine an applicant’s eligibility for one of the Longmont Housing Authority’s affordable housing rental units. Interested applicants can contact the property directly with questions or submit an Application. Applicants will be contacted to complete an ‘eligibility packet’ to verify income, assets, and other household information after an apartment becomes available.
Eligible Applicants must earn an annual gross household income equal to or less than the designated Income Limit for the properties listed below AND earn approximately 2 (two) times the monthly rent amount OR participate in a Subsidy Program (i.e. Section 8). Rent amounts vary by property. The 2020 Annual Household Income Limits are listed below.
**Please Note: Availability of unit type and affordability varies.
2. SPECIAL POPULATION RESTRICTIONS
Our Senior Housing Communities: Aspen Meadows Apartments, The Lodge and Hearthstone at Hover Crossing, and Village Place Apartments are restricted for households in which at least 1 member is 62 years of age or older. Spring Creek Apartments and Fall River are open to residents 55 years of age or older.
Disabled adults of any age are also eligible for Aspen Meadows Apartments.
There are no special population restrictions for Briarwood, Aspen Meadows Neighborhood or The Suites Supportive Housing Community.
3. CREDIT, CRIMINAL, and HOUSING RECORD
Applicants must pass a criminal/credit/housing screening based on the following criteria:
Criminal: Applicants may be denied residency if their criminal background includes felonies, violent or drug-related misdemeanors or a pattern of criminal behavior within 5 years. Registered Sex Offenders are not eligible for residency.
Credit: Applicants may be denied residency if on their credit history there are severe and recent defaults with creditors.
Housing: Applicants may be denied residency if on their housing record there is a history of eviction.
Applicants may appeal a denial and will receive a response within 30 days from LHA.
Longmont Housing Authority does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve, and National Guard status or characteristic protected by law.