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The City's Housing and Community Vitality Department collaborates with community partners to present educational workshops to help residents understand landlord tenant laws, reduce conflict and promote housing stability. 

In this workshop Colorado Legal Services attorney Clinton Albert will help participants learn about a wide variety of topics such as lease basics, reasonable accommodations and modifications, deposits, repairs, eviction, and updates on recent Colorado legislation on housing matters. Other community legal and housing resources will be shared. (Presenters cannot provide legal advice for individual situations.)

Optional registration allows you to sign up to receive a copy of the slides and event recording. 

This event is part of the Renter Rights 101 Workshop series for 2024, produced in collaboration with Colorado Legal Services, the Pikes Peak Library District, The Justice Center, Colorado Housing Connects, The Independence Center, Silver Key Senior Services, the Community Economic Defense Project and the City of Colorado Springs Housing and Community Vitality Department. Learn more about upcoming events at                         

Language interpreters will be provided by request at no cost. To request an interpreter for the meeting, please call (719) 385-5912 or email at least 48 hours before the start time.

See previous event recordings and information on the Renters Rights webpage.

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