May 10, 2024

Louisville OKs ambitious housing plan

LOUISVILLE —  Fueled by a $60,000 grant from the state Department of Local Affairs that it received in 2021, the Louisville City Council has approved a new housing plan that focuses on its goal of having 12% of the city’s housing stock be “permanently affordable.”

According to the Boulder Daily Camera, the plan, developed in conjunction with Portland, Oregon-based public policy firm EcoNorthwest and approved on Tuesday, concentrates on increasing residential development opportunities, expanding access to affordable housing and diversifying the city’s housing stock.

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Dallas Heltzell
With BizWest since 2012 and in Colorado since 1979, Dallas worked at the Longmont Times-Call, Colorado Springs Gazette, Denver Post and Public News Service. A Missouri native and Mizzou School of Journalism grad, Dallas started as a sports writer and outdoor columnist at the St. Charles (Mo.) Banner-News, then went to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch before fleeing the heat and humidity for the Rockies. He especially loves covering our mountain communities.
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