Apartments & Manufactured Homes
Mobile Home Park Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Program
Beginning May 1, 2020, the Colorado Division of Housing will take complaints, conduct investigations, make determinations, impose penalties, and participate in administrative dispute resolutions when there are alleged violations of the Mobile Home Park Act. The complaint forms for the Mobile Home Park Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Program are now available on the Division of Housing's website in English an Spanish: https://cdola.colorado.gov/mobile-home-park-dispute-resolution.
During the current public health crisis due to COVID-19, the Division will be prioritizing complaints related to evictions and the protection of public health and safety. If you are making a complaint related to a current eviction or current health and safety issue, please make sure you include that information in your complaint form.
The Colorado Division of Housing has created a tool for the public to search the Mobile Home Park Oversight Program's registration and complaint database. You can search for registered parks by park name, landlord name, business name, address, city, and/or county at the following link: https://socgov17-site.secure.force.com/ParkSearch/.
Colorado Housing Connects provides reliable information about housing in the metro Denver area. Through this housing hotline and resource there is information for renters, homeowners, landlords. Information is available in English and Spanish. The link to the website is on the right side of this page or you can call the hotline 1-844-926-6632.
The term "affordable" is defined by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development as housing in which households pay no more than 30% of their total annual gross income on rent, water, electric and gas expenses. In the list on the right hand side of this page, you will find information on affordable housing locations in Thornton, as well as emergency rent and utility assistance programs.
The Local Housing Authority Properties
Maiker Housing Partners (the local housing authority) manages many of the subsidized apartments in Thornton:
- Aztec Villa
- Creekside Place
- Crossing Pointe North
- Orchard Hill Senior Apartments
- Overlook at Thornton
- Reserve at Thornton
- Village of Yorkshire
Housing Choice Vouchers
Maiker Housing Partners (the local housing authority) manages subsidized apartments in Thornton and throughout the county. This agency also manages the Housing Choice Voucher program, which the federal government funds to help low-income individuals and families afford safe housing. Please visit the Maiker Housing Partners website or call 303-227-2743 for details about the process to apply for these vouchers and income eligibility.