Ponderosa Community Stabilization Program | City of Boulder

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4475 Broadway | Boulder, CO

68 Units

Resiliency Planning

Public Engagement

Extensive Entitlement Planning

Trestle Strategy along with Michael Baker InternationalCaddis ArchitectureJVA EngineeringJB Fieldworks, and CLACE are building ontop of the Trestle and City of Boulder’s previous West Fourmile Annexation Scenarios Study and Design Charette project and are continuing to identify community resiliency opportunities for the Ponderosa Mobile Home Park. Tasked with designing and implementing a resident engagement process to provide opportunities for meaningful resident input, ongoing updates, and more generally promoting the goal of minimizing resident displacement; collaborate with the City and Rebuild by Design to design and facilitate a resident-centered resilient community design process that informs community infrastructure, land tenure models, and home design; and manage the securing of entitlements, including annexation, land use and zoning changes.

The Concept Plan for the Ponderosa Community Stabilization project was submitted to the City of Boulder on April 16th, 2018.  The City is reviewing the conceptual plans for the annexation.  The plans will be discussed at a public hearing with the Planning Board at 6:00pm on Thursday, June 7th, 2018 in the Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway, 2nd Floor.  Interpretation services will be available.

Click HERE to view the Concept Plan Submittal in English.

Click HERE to view the Concept Plan Submittal in Spanish.

Click HERE to view the Path to Resilient Mobile & Manufactured Homes report. 

Click HERE to view the Key Interventions For Building a Resilient Mobile Home Park document.