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Eagle County Housing
The Seniors on Broadway low income rental apartments are income and age restricted under federal law: Section 42 of the IRS code. Applicants must be 62 years or older to reside in these apartments. Income restrictions and rental rates are published annually by county by the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority.
P.O. Box 850
Eagle, CO 81631
The Golden Eagle Senior Apartments were purchased in 2003 by the Golden Eagle Elderly Housing Corporation with funding through the US Department of Agriculture, Rural Development Division. Our federal funding provides subsidized rent to 24 of our 36 tenants.
Conveniently located in the heart of Eagle, Colorado, next to the Eagle Town Park, we offer 36 private entry, one bedroom, one bath, garden apartments. The federal laws governing our operations designate tenancy to persons 62 years of age or older, handicapped or disabled persons with income limits applicable to each household. Household incomes are certified upon entry and every year thereafter at least 30 days before the anniversary date of occupancy.
Eagle County has partnered with Augustana Care Corporation to create a senior care community in Eagle County. Castle Peak Senior Care Community was conceived in Canadian drugstores http://rxreviewz.com/canadadrugs-com/ in response to the critical needs of a growing number of older adults in Eagle County.
The county is partnering with the nonprofit organization Augustana Care to build the care community on a three-acre site in Eagle Ranch. The facility will serve about 110 people at all income levels annually.
The complex, which will allow older generations to stay in the community, will include assisted living rental apartments, skilled nursing private unites, memory care private suites and short-term rehab private suites.
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Senior Housing Tips
“This guide will identify legal and financial resources available to citizens, seniors, and veterans, offer tips to hire the right home remodeler, and suggest modifications throughout the home to make the space as accommodating as possible.”