Walnut Place Waitlist - February 26-28, 2019
Thank you for your interest in Walnut Place! The Walnut Place waitlist was open online from February 26-28, 2019.
At this time, we are no longer accepting names for this waitlist.
If you signed up for the waitlist, here are your next steps:
- Once the waitlist has closed and an apartment home becomes available, names will be randomly selected from the list to proceed with the eligibility/leasing process.
- Invitations to proceed with the eligibility/leasing process will be sent to applicants via US mail only.
- Remember to notify us in writing whenever your mailing address changes at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 4800 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304. (Boulder Housing Partners is not responsible for lost or stolen mail.)
- The time you are on a waitlist is based on availability. We are unable to provide a placement number of where you are on the list.
Learn more about the community and qualifying criteria below.
About the Community
- Walnut Place offers studio and one-bedroom apartments for adults age 55 and older at this Section 8 Community
- Monthly rent is approximately 30% of income
- Learn more about Walnut Place
To be eligible at time of leasing, households may earn up to 50% of the Area Median Income* as listed below.
- If your household includes 1 person, you may earn up to $38,050.
- If your household includes 2 people, your household may earn up to $43,450.
*Income amounts are subject to change based on the 2019 CHFA Income Limits Chart released later this year.
- Applicants and household members will need to meet the income guidelines as listed above.
- At the time of waitlist application and at the time a name is selected to begin the eligibility process, at least one household member must either live and/or work in Boulder County.
- Applicants and household members must be free of evictions from federally subsidized housing within the past three (3) years.
- Applicants and household members must be free of convictions for a crime within the past three (3) years. Households may not qualify if an applicant or household member has been convicted of manufacturing meth and/or is a registered sex offender.