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Attainable Senior Housing

08/15/2017 – 12/31/2019

By 2019, facilitate the development of one attainable senior housing development containing at least 50 units

Description

This Strategic Result supports the City Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan) as it aims to facilitate the development through new construction or acquisition of an attainable housing development for seniors of 50 units or more in support of or in collaboration with private for-profit or non-profit entities. The Comp Plan includes a Goal (N-4.5) to "Promote affordable senior housing close to services and transit should be promoted by exploring a variety of programs, including but not limited to:

  • allowing higher densities in appropriate locations
  • land banking
  • increased awareness of reverse mortgage programs
  • changes to zoning regulations to allow accessory dwelling units
  • infrastructure incentives
  • reduced parking requirements

Significance

The increasing proportion of elderly residents in the City population combined with the overall increasing average age within it necessitates attention by the City toward the provision of attainable quality senior housing. Jefferson County Human Services (JCHS) recommends increasing the amount of accessible housing units for disabled seniors, and creating programs to help older owners shoulder housing cost burdens, such as property taxes and utility bills. It also calls for increased subsidies to older renters, and strengthened ties between housing and delivery of community-based healthcare services.

 

Milestones

 

Complete 
Develop the concept paper for the reuse of the Ridge Home Site. 

 



City of Arvada
8101 Ralston Road
Arvada, Colorado 80002
arvada.org

Office of Performance Management
Kelley Hartman 720-898-7513
khartman@arvada.org


City of Arvada

8101 Ralston Road
Arvada, Colorado 80002
arvada.org

Office of Performance Management
Kelley Hartman 720-898-7513
khartman@arvada.org

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