Three hundred low-income families and seniors are enjoying lower energy costs thanks to a $1.05 million weatherization project managed by Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) and funded, in part, by a five-year $325,000 MHCLF mini-perm loan.  The affordable housing community, owned by Rocky Mountain Communities, was upgraded with the installation of new heating boiler plants in each of the 14 buildings, new refrigerators and energy efficient lighting throughout the property.  The improvements complement other updates including new siding and insulation that were installed in 2008.

In addition to EOC and MHCLF, Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships, Department of Energy, Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, Xcel Energy and Rocky Mountain Communities helped fund the project.