Section 8 Communities
About Section 8 Communities
BHP owns and manages rental properties located throughout the City of Boulder. Boulder Housing Partners gives the highest priority to people currently working or living in the City of Boulder, that are considered senior (62 years +), people with disabilities or families with children. If an applicant does not have the preference, their chance of clearing the waitlist is very slim. Anyone is welcome to apply; however you must be eligible, meet the income guidelines established annually by HUD. All BHP properties are non-smoking.
Rent is approximately 30% of resident's monthly adjusted income. The maximum yearly income to qualify depends on HUD regulations, family size, and total gross income. There is no minimum income to qualify. The wait time may be from 1 - 4 years from the date and time a waitlist pre-application is received. Click here to find out if you qualify.
Local preference is given to your household if a member, 18 years or older, lives or works within the city limits of Boulder. (For example: Longmont and Lafayette are in Boulder County). Preference is given to households that are elderly (62+), are families with children or you or a member of your household is a person with disabilities.
No evictions from federally subsidized housing have occurred within the past five (5) years for you or a member of your household.
You and your household members are free of convictions of a crime within the past five (5) years that involves drugs, violence, or disrupting the peaceful enjoyment of others. This includes having to register on the Sex Offender’s List.
Your income meets the standards of the maximum income limits which are dependent on program and family size.
"Bringing School Home" Program at Section 8 Communities
In partnership with Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) and other community partners, such as “I Have a Dream” Foundation of Boulder County, Boulder Housing Partners (BHP) is offering Bringing School Home — an innovative new program that brings together quality, affordable housing and educational opportunities for the whole family.
Bringing School Home is open to families who live or work in the city of Boulder, have at least one child under the age of 6, and will pass the housing screening criteria. Families who are accepted into Bringing School Home commit to participating in specific supportive services focused on helping children achieve success in education. Learn more about the program and participating communities.