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Boulder County Housing Authority uses this software to collect applications for our affordable rentals as well as our housing assistance waitlists. After inputting your information the last step will list all of the open waitlists. Please note waitlists may have specific eligibility requirements and preferences associated with them. Applicants will be required to provide documentation for any preference applied to your household when your name is selected.

Pre-leasing for the Boulder County Housing Authority’s (BCHA’s) newest neighborhood of affordable homes begins December 14 at 8:30 AM, with The Spoke on Coffman in Longmont offering quality apartment-style rental homes in a mixed-use re-development just one block west of downtown. Construction is expected to finish in spring 2022, with move-ins soon after. Please use the form below to apply beginning December 14.

Homes at The Spoke on Coffman will be available to households earning up to 60 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). In 2021, this translates to a maximum annual income of $70,140 for a four-person household or $49,140 for a one-person household, the typical income levels for a nurse, firefighter, or bank teller. The development will also provide twelve “project-based subsidies”, or vouchers, for households earning below 30 percent AMI, or a maximum income of $35,070 for a four-person household and $24,570 for a one-person household. Other available housing assistance vouchers serve families and individuals earning up to 60 percent AMI. A full 60 percent AMI table for 2021 is available at www.boco.org/SpokeOnCoffman60PercentAMI.

On December 14 only from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM, BCHA will also open application lists for a range of housing assistance vouchers, including the Housing Choice Voucher lottery and Mainstream voucher program for households with someone between the ages of 18 and 61 living with a disability, two and three bedroom project based voucher assistance in Lafayette for households accepted in the Family Self-Sufficiency program, one, two and three bedroom project based voucher assistance in Longmont at the Spoke and HUD Multifamily subsidized housing programs for one bedroom rentals at Regal Square in Louisville, and Bloomfield Place in Lyons for households aged 18 and older with a disability or aged 62 and older.

Please note: Those needing additional help with this application can call 720-564-2267, where assistance will be provided in English and Spanish.


If you move after submitting the preliminary application, it is your responsibility to update your contact information. You may do so by sending an email to hhsbchawaitlist@bouldercounty.org. 

If we are unable to contact you at the address provided or mail is returned from the post office as undelivered you will be removed from the waiting list. 

If you are a person with a disability and you need a disability-related accommodation to access any programs, services, or activities provided by Boulder County Housing Authority, you may contact us at 720.564.2267 or via email at hhsbchawaitlist@bouldercounty.org. Translation services are available upon request.

Boulder County, in accordance with the Fair Housing Act, prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, familial status or national origin. In order to qualify, households must be income eligible without any recent drug or violent criminal activity.