Public invited to Renter Rights Workshops

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Next Workshop November 9, 2021

Attendees will learn about legal tools and resources available through the Pikes Peak Library District, The Justice Center and Colorado Housing Connects. A Colorado Legal Services housing attorney will present 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.

Colorado Legal Services Renter Rights Guide

Future Meetings

Meeting information and a sign up for future workshops will be available at

  • November 9, 6-8 p.m.


For the last two years the City of Colorado Springs’ Community Development Division has collaborated with Colorado Legal Services and Pikes Peak Library District, and now The Justice Center, to present this information in an in-person format. However, the pandemic has brought the event online in a live virtual setting to educate residents on renting basics to promote housing stability and reduce evictions.

In addition to the City’s partnering organizations, these sessions are made possible by Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. The primary purpose of CDBG funds is to serve low- and moderate-income residents who reside within the Colorado Springs city limits. The Community Development Division also uses its CDBG funds to provide Fair Housing educational opportunities to the community, as part of its efforts to affirmatively further fair housing.

Colorado Legal Services is a non-profit organization helping low-income individuals and seniors in Colorado. The workshops will offer general information for tenants and cannot provide specific legal advice. Low-income residents or senior citizens facing a housing issue can contact Colorado Legal Services at (719) 471-0380 for legal assistance. The Pikes Peak Library District also provides an extensive list of legal resources for residents searching for forms, databases and legal help. All residents can access this by visiting or by calling (719) 531-6333 ext. 6058. The Justice Center works in the Pikes Peak region to decrease the gap in access to justice and legal services. They provide free legal clinics, connect applicants to free and reduced cost attorneys, and participate in community access-to-justice events. Residents can access their programs by visiting

Previous August 2021 Renter Rights workshop

Renter Rights 101, August 24, 2021

To view video captions in many languages click CC (Subtitles/ closed captions) at bottom right, click the gear image (settings) , then click Subtitles/CC, then click auto-translate, select your language.

On August 26, a U.S. Supreme Court ruling invalidated the federal eviction moratorium. Emergency housing resources can be found here:

Event dates

Location Online Meeting (map)

Date/Time Tuesday, November 9, 2021 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

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