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Littleton leaders say Geneva Village tenants won't be displaced. Residents still worry

Low-income seniors living in Littleton's Geneva Village, a city-owned, age-restricted housing complex, say they are with few options if a decision by city council forces them to move.  more

Littleton council shows appetite for adopting inclusionary housing ordinance

Littleton City Council appears poised to adopt some form of an inclusionary housing ordinance to promote the building of more affordable housing in the city, though when a vote could come is … more

Future of affordable senior living complex in Littleton still uncertain as city seeks options

As the future of an age-restricted affordable housing complex in downtown Littleton continues to face uncertainty, city officials are saying it's business as usual, for now.  more

Unauthorized camping occurs in spots across Centennial

In Centennial, cases of unauthorized camping — a visible sign of regional homelessness — have occurred along the High Line Canal Trail in the city’s west end. They’ve also popped up along the Arapahoe Road corridor, off Interstate 25, and in or near park areas. more

Littleton council eyes string of priorities over next year

Littleton’s city council is staring down a full plate of priorities for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023, hoping to tackle a slew of initiatives on financial sustainability, arts and … more

City, state lawmakers in Arapahoe County talk housing crisis, ‘missing middle’

Large and expensive single-family houses are a defining feature of much of the south Denver metro area, but collectively, they can function as a barrier for the area’s younger demographic. more

Littleton residents call for halt on future developments

Several Littleton residents, during an April 5 city council meeting, called on city leaders to halt new developments and lambasted the city's land-use code, prompting the most direct and public defence of the code yet from city staff. more

Centennial could see effects from an Aurora camping ban

With Aurora ready to roll out a camping ban policy of its own, more people experiencing homelessness could be pushed into nearby Centennial. more

With a lawsuit and referendum pending, Aspen Grove overhaul plans move forward

Redevelopment plans for a Littleton shopping center that sparked a citizens' petition, triggered an election referendum and led to a lawsuit against the city are forging ahead.  On March 16, … more

City seeks to aid in Littleton Village’s woes

Proposed as a walkable, vibrant community in 2014, Littleton Village stands today as an isolated assortment of housing surrounded by mostly vacant land and a growing sinkhole.  more

Englewood launches overhaul of planning, development code

As the City of Englewood looks to overhaul its land use and development code, which the city has dubbed Project CodeNext, planning and zoning officials hosted an in-person forum Feb. 17 to hear … more

Brighton police warn of housing scam

Brighton police are warning of a scam involving fake landlords and fake ads for houses. A tweet from police said scammers are posing as landlords renting out their homes. They post fake ads for … more

Momentum grows for more affordable housing in Littleton

The push to build affordable housing in the City of Littleton gained momentum during a Jan. 11 study session between the city council and the Housing Task Force.  Eric Veith, the task force’s … more

Petition could lead to referendum on Littleton's Aspen Grove

A decision by Littleton City Council to redevelop the Aspen Grove shopping center for new housing could ultimately fall to the city’s voters after residents successfully petitioned to hold a … more

Home buyers, buckle up for 2022

After an especially difficult year for would-be home buyers, there is little relief in sight for those trying to find a house to purchase along the Front Range and in high-demand Douglas County. Home … more

Centennial OKs SouthGlenn redevelopment plan to add housing, replace Macy’s and Sears buildings

After nearly three years, one of the most prominent and contentious civic issues in Centennial has been decided with the city council’s approval of a plan to dramatically reshape … more

Centennial City Council signals it will OK SouthGlenn redevelopment

After nearly three years, one of the most prominent and contentious civic issues in Centennial appears set to come to a close next week. more

For homeless people, the streets, and the laws, are often gray areas

To Englewood police Sgt. Tracy Jones, the homeless situation on the city’s central streets is a row of stops — the light-rail station, the library, the Englewood Trolley bus route, the Walmart, … more

‘In general, things in life happen’

The loss of an apartment and a blow to the knee took a former boxer from federally subsidized housing in Englewood to living in a tent on the South Platte River. “I’ve been stuck at a … more
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