DENVER HOUSING EVICTION: Denver nonprofit housing to reinstate the moratorium on evictions

DENVER (KDVR) – Two of Denver’s nonprofit housing providers in East Colfax are reinvigorating a local eviction embargo.

Hope Communities and Rocky Mountain Communities are joining the East Colfax Community Collective, the East Colfax Neighborhood Association, and the COVID-19 Evacuation Defense Project to temporarily ban evictions from their complexes.

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This comes after the announcement that the federal moratorium on eviction will be lifted on August 1st of this year. The Hope Communities and Rocky Mountain Communities are trying to protect residents from homelessness through a local eviction moratorium.

The Nonprofit Housing Association Collection will hold a Zoom public meeting on July 30th at 12 noon for those who want to learn more.

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The leaders of the meeting include:

  • Sharon Knight – CEO, Hope Communities
  • Dontae Latson – CEO, Rocky Mountain Communities
  • Burt Nadler – Personnel Attorney COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project
  • Kalena Wong – Housing Assistance Campaign Manager, East Colfax Community Collective
  • Ro Si Be – East Colfax Renter and EC3 Community Navigator

FOX31 will broadcast the meeting, which starts at 12 noon, via livestream.

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