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CSU & Renters

Off-Campus Life provides assistance in finding a place to live off campus, helping finding potential roommates, assistance in learning the stages of renting, tips on being a good neighbor and building a community, and aid in understanding your rights and responsibilities as a tenant in Fort Collins.

Student Legal Services
provides affordable legal assistance to full time students attending Colorado State University.

Associated Students of Colorado State University
is Colorado State's student government. It works as a liaison between the administration, faculty and students to promote student interests.

Colorado Apartment Association - Fort Collins Chapter is a non-profit trade association representing owners, developers, management companies, and vender members of the multi family housing industry.

National Association of Residential Property Managers is an association of real estate professionals who know first-hand the unique problems and challenges of managing single-family and small residential properties. It offers an effective, professional learning environment for owners of property management companies, property managers, and their support staff.

Colorado State Housing and Dining Services
is responsible for the management, finance, administration, and program development of all University housing facilities, including ten residence halls that house about 5,000 students, 908 apartment units, and all 76 buildings on the Pingree Park Campus.

Eviction, Foreclosure and Homelessness

If you are in a situation in which you are facing eviction and/or homelessness and you live in Larimer County, The Center for Hope is a resource center for families and individuals who are homeless or on the brink of homelessness.

The Colorado Foreclosure Hotline is an initiative committed to referring homeowners in some state of delinquency or foreclosure to a toll-free phone number (1-877-601-HOPE) that connects callers with local housing counseling agencies for free assistance.

Resources to Strengthen Your Neighborhood

The Neighborhood Resource Center offers ideas, strategies, written materials, and grants that educate and encourage neighbors to build a stronger sense of community.

HindmanSanchez provides board members and association managers with the tools they need to do their jobs well. They offer dozens of educational events every year to help HOA Board members and residents understand their legal duties and responsibilities.

Weeds

This Larimer County's site includes their lists of noxious weeds, as well as the state list. Users can easily access more information on any of the weeds at this site.