I am asking the city to build more affordable housing and to make stronger protections for renters so that we can stay in our communities.

Maria Ceballos is a member of 9to5 Colorado. About two years ago, Maria and her family were displaced from their mobile home in Westwood. They now live in Arvada and her children have a longer commute to get to school. She is an advocate for affordable housing options for low-income families and is working with other residents and organizations to create more protections for renters.

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Preserving Affordable Housing Near Transit

2010 report on Preserving Affordable Housing Near Transit by Enterprise, NHT and Reconnecting America


Preserving Affordable Housing in Denver: Recommendations to Strengthen the City Ordinance

Recommendations to Strengthen the City Ordinance on Preservation


Denver Regional Equity Atlas

2012 Denver Regional Equity Atlas, Original Preceding Online Interactive Tool


2015 Community Facilities Scan

Data and Recommendations on Station Areas in MHC's Key Geographies


Regional Equity Atlas

The Denver Regional Equity Atlas is a tool to help raise awareness about the benefits and opportunities that a robust public transportation network can create.

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Sustainable Communities Initiative

Sustainable communities demonstrate long-term, proactive, thoughtful and integrated planning and development.

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Access to Opportunity Platform: A Regional Call to Action to Address Our Gentrification & Displacement Crisis

Gentrification & Displacement Platform


Integrating Funders Into a Multisector Transit-Equity Collaborative

MHC article on the collective impact model of Mile High Connects.


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