Approximately 90 participants attended the second annual manufactured housing forum, "Yes We Can! Engaging with Policies for Positive Change in Colorado’s Manufactured Home Communities," which took place Nov. 9 at the East Boulder Community Center. Attendees included manufactured home owners and advocates from across the state, as well as state legislators, including Rep. Edie Hooten. Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) managers in charge of rule-making and local policymakers also attended. The forum was sponsored by the Community Engagement, Design and Research Center (CEDaR), the Colorado Coalition of Manufactured Home Owners (CoCoMHO), City of Boulder, Boulder County Public Health and the Coalition of Manufactured Home Owners in Boulder (C-MOB). It was also supported in part by a grant from the Colorado Health Foundation.
Whether you attended or missed the conference, please feel free to visit our 2019 conference page, read the conference agenda in English or Spanish, or read an article about the conference and the work CEDaR is doing under its manufactured housing initiative.
If you want more information or are interested in the 2020 Manufactured Housing Summit, please contact Susan.