One of the primary functions of the Housing Department is the development of local resident workforce housing. Projects range in size and type from rental developments to for sale developments to unit buy downs to employee housing units within developments. Some recent and current projects are listed here.
Summit County owns two parcels in Bill's Ranch on Miners Creek Rd that total 2.08 acres. Summit County submitted a rezoning application on July 21, 2023 applying for a combined Class 5 and Class 6 PUD Rezoning to rezone the property from R-2 (Residential, 2 units per acre) to Planned Unit Development to accommodate the development of 15 new local workforce housing units for the Summit County workforce. More
The USFS Work Center is a 10.89 acre parcel in unincorporated Summit County located northeast of the Highway 6 and Lake Dillon Drive intersection. The parcel is adjacent to the Town of Dillon. Preliminary site design has been contemplated between 159-177 units of studio, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units primarily intended for rental.
Summit County and the Town of Breckenridge are jointly developing a 1.82 acre County owned parcel utilizing modular construction to lower costs and speed delivery. The parcel is anticipated to have 52 units in 2 buildings comprised of studio, 1 & 2-bedroom rental units.
12 for-sale duplex units priced at 100% AMI on a site located at 19 Straight Creek Dr., which was previously owned and occupied by Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church.
15 Deed Restricted For Sale Town-homes in the Ten Mile Basin.
Community of 196 rental units on more than 28 acres, offering a variety of housing types to a range of income levels on Highway 6 in Keystone.