Calling local businesses and neighbors: help name a new community in Longmont and win prizes too!
Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA) needs your help naming Longmont’s new workforce housing community at 6th Avenue and Coffman Street in Downtown Longmont. Here’s how you can participate:
Come up with a name that celebrates what is unique about this area of Longmont and enter it to win! Submit ideas online by Wednesday, January 22, 2020.
Three possible names will be announced on January 24th. Vote for your favorite name here. The winning name will be announced on Monday, February 10th.
Three finalists and one grand prize winner will each win Downtown Longmont gift cards.
Longmont is your home and you helped make this new community part of it. Thanks for being a good neighbor!
About the Project:
The proposed housing development is a public-private partnership between Boulder County Housing Authority, Longmont Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) and a local business owner. The development is a repurposed 1.2-acre site with 73 affordable apartment homes providing workforce and supportive housing, office space for property management, commercial space for a workforce enterprise, and a 263-space parking garage for property and area residents, and downtown employees and visitors.
The community will be located at 518 Coffman Street in downtown Longmont, adjacent to the St. Vrain Community Hub, the County’s integrated “one-stop” approach to services delivery providing financial benefits, integrated public and behavioral health programs, personal finance and education, employment training and resources, and children and family services. The proximity of the Hub to the residents supports stable housing and healthier households.