Homeowners Associations and Property Management
Thornton Multifamily Community Managers
Property managers act on behalf of a property owner to preserve the value of the property while generating income. The Multifamily Community Manager meetings are a collaborative effort between the City of Thornton Police Department and Fire Department, the Housing Division and the apartment, manufactured home park, and HOA managers in Thornton. The purpose of these regular meetings is to discuss topics that are important to managing multifamily properties in Thornton. If you are interested in joining our group, need to update the contact information for your complex, or have questions please contact the High Density Housing Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact the Police Department's High Density Housing Unit at email@example.com to be added to the mail list for the Multifamily Community Managers meetings.
Manufactured Home Parks
House Bill 19-1309 has updated the Colorado Mobile Home Park Act. The following are in effect now:
• It extended the time a homeowner has to sell or move their home after an eviction to 60 days.
• It extends the time to cure for a late rent payment from five to ten days, before a mobile home lot tenancy can be terminated.
- The HOA Information Office and Resource Center at the Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs (DORA) provides information on the rights and duties of homeowners and associations under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act. This division also registers homeowners associations and has a list of all the registered HOAs. Visit www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/hoa-information-and-resource-center or call 303-894-2166.
- Community Associations Institute (CAI) - Rocky Mountain Chapter - Homeowners or HOA board members can attend CAI trainings and roundtable discussions to get answers to questions on common issues for HOAs.