Strategies to improve rapid rehousing, early intervention and supportive housing are the path forward as they mitigate the risks of long-term homelessness.
Colorado’s Transportation Infrastructure is vital to the success of the Colorado economy. Given the current cost to the Colorado economy, of over $7.1 billion annually, urgent action is needed to improve our transportation network.
A Closer Look at the Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Initiative 66 and Why Housing Matters For the State’s Economic Future
Two page graphic overview of the economic & fiscal impacts of restricting housing growth in the city of Lakewood, Colorado
Full REMI Partnership study about the economic and fiscal impacts of restricting housing growth in the city of Lakewood, Colorado
This report explores the evidence and possible causes of restricted housing supply in Colorado and the potential economic impacts on individuals, the Denver metro area, and the state as a whole.