Resident Representative Councils and Resident Councils
The Resident Representative Council (RRC) is a non-profit organization composed of BHP residents in public housing or Section 8. The RRC meets monthly, in partnership with BHP and in accordance with city ordinance, to address the needs and concerns of residents living in federally funded housing in the City of Boulder.
The RRC generally meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 12:30 pm. The RRC does not meet during the summer months. The meeting location rotates, and is usually at one of the senior sites (Walnut Place or Northport). Assistance for transportation to the RRC meeting may be provided by special arrangement.
For more information contact: Lyndall Ellingson, 303-962-4457 x101, email@example.com
Resident Councils facilitate resident involvement by encouraging input on BHP programming and operations. By addressing issues pertaining to the community, Resident Councils promote public safety, self-sufficiency, and help create a more positive living environment for individuals and families. Contact the RRC to find out who your Resident Council contact is.*
Resident Councils are a great way for residents to get involved and help improve the quality of life in their own communities. By participating in your Resident Council, you can have a say in:
- BHP resident policies and procedures
- How BHP spends money at your site
- Community events and activities at your site
* Not all sites have active Resident Councils – if not, start one for your community today!