Fair Housing Resources


The Colorado Department of Local Affairs, Division of Housing is committed to affirmatively furthering Fair Housing. The following resources are available to help our partners comply with Fair Housing requirements.

2015-2019 State of Colorado Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice

2010-2015 State of Colorado Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice

Laws and Regulations

Final Rule - "Equal Access to Housing in HUD Programs - Regardless of Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity"

Fair Housing Act Regulations: CFR 24 Part 100

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Section 504 Regulations: 24 CFR Part 8 and 24 CFR Part 9

Section 109 of Title 1 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, (42 USC Chapter 69, Section 5309)

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, (Title 42, chapter 126, of the United States Code beginning at section 12101)

Architectural Barriers Act of 1968

Age Discrimination Act of 1975,(42 USC §6101-07)

Colorado Fair Housing Law,(see Part 5)

Logo and Posters

Fair Housing Poster - English

Fair Housing Poster - Spanish


Presented by Department of Regulatory Affairs, Div. of Civil Rights

Fair Housing 101

1560 Broadway, Conference Room 110 B (first floor), Denver

in downtown Denver at the 16th Street Mall and Broadway

This training will cover all the basics of understanding the Fair Housing laws of Colorado.

Special focus will be provided with regard to disability discrimination, including accommodations and modifications.

Go to DORA's Training Schedule Page to Register


Uniform Fair Housing Accessibility Standards, (UFAS)

The Fair Housing Act Design Manual

Reasonable Accommodation

Reasonable Modifications

Links To

US Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division

Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs, Civil Rights Division

HUD Fair Housing Web page

HUD Handbooks, Brochures, Limited English Proficiency

HUD User: Fair Housing studies and publications

The Future of Fair Housing: Report of the National Commission on Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity


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