Woodlands is located at 2685 Mapleton in Central Boulder one block from the 28th Street corridor. This complex offers a unique opportunity for people who want to better themselves while living in a positive and supportive community. The 35-unit complex operates in partnership with Boulder County's Family Self-Sufficiency program.The community has a central playground for children and recently upgraded laundry facilities. All of the units at Woodlands are designated Housing Choice. Cats accepted (maximum two), sorry no dogs.
This community offers many advantages to residents, and residents' active participation is encouraged. There is a Head Start facility on the property that offers Toddler and Preschool classes. The residents are encouraged to actively participate in the community. Family Self-Sufficiency maintains offices on site. FSS has helped residents complete advanced job training, graduate from college and move on to become homeowners.
When the FSS program is accepting applications, those individuals interested in living at Woodlands need first apply to the FSS program. Then they are interviewed for eligibility for the program, put on the waitlist and finally their name is passed to the eligibility coordinator at BHP.
Interested parties can contact Katie Frye at 303-441-3923 or Ann Harris at 303-441-4853. For applicants needing a Spanish contact, they can call Mariela Ruíz Mondragon at 303-441-1221.
Operations Specialist: Ysabel Balzan, 720-564-4602, email@example.com.
Please call for an appointment. Assistant Community Manager: Janelle Acosta, 720-564-4637, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office Hours: Monday from 8:30am-4:30pm at Palo Park; Wednesday from 8:30am-4:30pm at Diagonal Court; Thursday from 8:30am-4:30pm
at Manhattan; Friday from 8:30am-40pm at Kalmia. Please call for an appointment. Community Manager: Angie Arreola, 720-564-4626, email@example.com.
Office Hours: Monday from 11am-2pm at Kalmia, Tuesday from 11am-2pm at Manhattan, Wednesday from 11am-2pm at Palo Park.
Please call for an appointment. Family Self-Sufficiency Program Contact: Katie Frye, 303-441-3923, firstname.lastname@example.org.
BHP does not discriminate based on disability in admission, access, or operations of programs. If you or anyone in your family is a person with disabilities and require a specific accommodation in order to fully utilize our programs and services, please contact the 504/ADA Coordinator at 720-564-4610.