Mismatched supply and demand for housing, soaring prices, stagnating wages, limits on new construction and dramatic population growth have caused a spike in housing prices in the Denver region. Multiple families living under one roof represents a strategy that reduces costs of food, utilities, rents and maintenance. However, such arrangements often run afoul of building occupancy codes, zoning ordinances and restrictive covenants.
Join us to learn about strategies planners and policymakers can use to address housing-related challenges in the Denver region. Hear from industry experts and public officials about policy and enforcement responses to distinct regional growth dynamics. Participants will share their experiences and uncover potential partnerships to address equitable, affordable and attainable housing development in the region.
For more information, please contact Kevin Priestley at MVIE@drcog.org or 303-480-6769. Application for AICP credits is in progress.