The Fort Collins Housing Authority (FCHA) is a separate government entity created by the City in 1963. FCHA secures public and private sector funds (federal, state, and local) to develop, manage, and administer affordable housing programs for the community's low-income families within the corporate limits of Fort Collins.
Through intergovernmental agreements, FCHA governs the Larimer County Housing Authority and the Wellington Housing Authority. Leadership, advocacy, and policies for governing operations are vested in the Board of Commissioners. In addition to assisted housing programs, FCHA operates several successful programs to promote growth toward economic independence for participating families.
Housing-related experience with sensitivity to the housing needs of lower income persons. Per Colorado Revised Statue (CRS) 29-4-205 one commissioner may be a city official and at least one commissioner shall be an individual who is directly assisted by the authority.
3rd Thursday of each month at 7:30 a.m. | View meeting schedule
Housing Authority Conference Room, 1715 W. Mountain Ave
December 31, 2017 - David Bye and Sue McFadden
December 31, 2018 - Cathy Mathis and Jake Joseph
December 31, 2020 - Ann Green and Nicole Staudinger