The Aspen/Pitkin County Housing Authority (APCHA) program began in the late 1970s when concerned members of the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) and Aspen City Council were noticing the demolition of homes and complexes for redevelopment purposes.
Mission, Vision, & Values
Provide affordable rental and ownership housing opportunities to qualified workers in Aspen and Pitkin County who contribute to the success of our local community and economy.
APCHA's most recent Annual Financial Report.
Access biographies and contact information for all APCHA staff, and an explanation of the APCHA Organizational Chart.
View the governance documents APCHA operates under, both past and present.
APCHA Board of Directors
The 7-member APCHA Board of Directors is appointed to serve as an advisory and policy board to the Aspen City Council and the Board of County Commissioners on all matters relating to affordable workforce housing in their respective jurisdictions.
GIS / Mapping
The City of Aspen Geographic Information System (GIS) Program, under Engineering, is responsible for the development and maintenance of the City's geospatial platform and provides GIS support to all City departments and the community. Below is a link to the APCHA Affordable Housing Properties GIS.