The town of Ridgway, Colorado is in an affordable housing crisis. However, some relief is on the way.
The organization helps build affordable and efficient housing with grants from the USDA. Along the way, they’re educating builders and providing more space for future homeowners.
In a city with strict growth limits, many are looking to add housing in their own backyards—often quite literally.
Housing advocates argue that Jackson needs to pump the brakes on new building projects for one year in order to find more equitable solutions to the local housing crisis.
A collaboration in Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley is creating the first net zero affordable housing project in the state.
When a trailer park housing low-income residents went up for sale in downtown Moab, Utah, local elected officials worried it would get bulldozed for a new hotel. So, the city bought it.
KHOL spoke to the outgoing city leader Hyrum Johnson and Mayor-Elect August Christensen about their visions for the Teton Valley community.
The Telluride Foundation is exploring a new approach to developing affordable housing.
Teton County elected officials are expected to start discussing a possible relocation of the rodeo and fairgrounds early next year.