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ASPEN COMMUNITY -- ASPEN CHAMBER RESORT ASSOCIATION -- Please click on the Aspen Chamber Resort Association (ACRA) website for information on the Aspen Community and for a calendar of events in the Aspen area -- www.aspenchamber.org/aspen-community.
COLORADO COMMON INTEREST OWNERSHIP ACT (CCIOA) --
Please click here to obtain access to the Colorado Common Ownership Act which all HOA's created since 1992 are bound by and certain sections of the CCIOA that ALL HOA's are bound by.
INFORMATION FROM CORE -- HOME ENERGY MAKEOVER CONTEST
CORE is still taking applications to participate in the Home Energey Makeover Contest. Please go onto their website at www.aspencore.org for information. The contest will pit 50 homes throughout the Valley against each other -- and against themselves -- to see who can reduce their energy the most. Participants' 2010 energy usage will be compared to their 2009 energy usage and the winner takes home $1,000 cash. Throughout the yar, CORE will provide workshops for participants to learn about the best ways to cut energy use. This will be a great way for you and your family to learn how to take control over your energy use and reduce your energy bill. Learn more and sign up at www.aspencore.org, or you can e-mail CORE at email@example.com to sign up.
COLORADO NEW HOME CHOICES “A new home may be the biggest purchase decision you’ll make in your lifetime. As a buyer, you have a choice and a say in the style, size and price range of your “dream” home. This non-commercial web site is a good starting point in understanding your choices in design and construction methods. It will introduce you to “high-performing homes”—that offer great comfort and healthy indoor air, are built to last, have low energy costs and cost no more to own than a conventional home.” www.coloradonewhomechoices.com
Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) provides funds to finance the places where people live and work throughout Colorado. CHFA has been making dreams come true for over 30 years. www.colohfa.org
GARFIELD COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY provides housing information for households in Garfield County. www.garfieldhousing.com
YIMBY ("Yes In My Back Yard)," affordable housing advocate website. SIMPLIFY finding housing as a portal to existing valley-wide programs. PROVIDE information about the persistent demand for housing. CELEBRATE vital community members who live in affordable housing. ENCOURAGE advocacy and involvement. www.rfv-yimby.org
MYMONEY.GOV MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are planning to buy a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401k, the resources on MyMoney.gov can help you do it better. Throughout the site, you will find important information from 20 federal agencies government wide. www.mymoney.gov
CARBON MONOXIDE: The City of Aspen and Pitkin County have enacted new, more stringent regulations regarding installation and placement of carbon monoxide detectors in homes, hotels, lodges, fractional ownership properties, apartments, cabins, etc. The carbon monoxide ordinances were developed jointly by Pitkin County, the Aspen Fire Protection District and the City of Aspen. FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE CARBON MONOXIDE ORDINANCES VISIT: Pitkin County and City of Aspen