BCHA staff ensure that residents’ needs are addressed holistically through home design and supportive services so residents can feel secure in their home and are able to more fully participate in their community.
The percentage of accessible homes at Tungsten Village exceeds standard requirements. All homes are elevator accessible and adaptable. In addition, two homes are designed as fully-accessible (i.e., roll-in shower, handheld showerhead, counter tops at accessible height, Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant appliances). One home is designed for people with sensory impairments
(i.e., visible alarm appliances, audible/visible doorbell).
The application will allow for an applicant with a physical disability to request an accessible home, and based on date and time of submission the applicant will be placed on a waitlist to receive a preference for such a home.
BCHA provides opportunities to request reasonable accommodations and modifications to ensure equal access by people with disabilities to its programs and activities. Residents who have a disability may apply for a Reasonable Accommodation to request additional modifications to meet their accessibility needs. Requests may be submitted and are subject to approval by the Boulder County Reasonable Accommodation Committee. Please refer to the Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation webpage for more information.
Applicants who need assistance completing an application and who are unable to visit an assistance center (due to their disability), should call 720-564-2274, and leave a message with their request.
Service animals are welcome in common areas. Assistance animals that will reside in homes, including those that may otherwise be considered service animals or those for emotional support, may be requested as a Reasonable Accommodation.
Boulder County, in accordance with the Fair Housing Act, prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, familial status, or national origin.