Willoughby Corner is a new neighborhood of affordable homes located just southwest of the intersection of 120th Street and East Emma Street in Lafayette. The neighborhood, developed by Boulder County Housing Authority, proposes 400 permanently affordable homes in a variety of building types including duplexes, townhomes, and apartments as well as significant public amenities. In addition to new affordable workforce housing, the 24-acre neighborhood will include community gardens, a community building, dog park, trails, and park space.
BCHA anticipates that approximately 20% of the homes will be for-sale to those earning between 60% - 120% of the Area Median Income, while approximately 80% of the homes will be for-rent to those earning between 30% - 60% of the Area Median Income.
SKETCH PLAN - APPROVED
The illustrative plan was developed based on community input received thus far as well as the goals and mission of the Boulder County Housing Authority. BCHA looks forward to further refining the plan for Willoughby Corner through continued public engagement as well as through the formal City planning process.
The Illustrative Plan for the Preliminary Plan is available (click the link below) and the online public comment period was held between March 11, 2020 through March 20, 2020.
Written comments outside of this timeframe can be sent to Jana Easley, the project planner, via email to email@example.com or by mail or in person to Planning Department, City Hall, 1290 S. Public Rod, Lafayette, CO 80026. All comments must be in writing.
Once the formal submittal for the Preliminary Plan is received, it will be updated on this page.
COMMENT PERIOD ON THE ILLUSTRATIVE PLAN IS NOW CLOSED. YOU MAY STILL SEND WRITTEN COMMENTS TO THE PROJECT PLANNER.