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Boulder Question 300: How many unrelated people can live in a home?

By Marshall Zellinger and Jennifer Campbell-Hicks. Originally published and broadcast on Channel 9 News Denver on October 22, 2021.


"A 'yes' vote on the question would allow a residence to be occupied by a number of people equal to the number of bedrooms, plus one person.


Boulder Ballot Question 300

Boulder is asking voters whether to change the number of unrelated people who can live in a residence. The current limit is three or four people in most areas.

This ballot measure would allow a housing unit to be occupied by a number of people equal to the number of legal bedrooms, plus one extra person.

The language on the ballot

Shall the City of Boulder expand access to housing by allowing all housing units to be occupied by a number of people equal to the number of legal bedrooms, plus one additional person per home, provided that relevant health and safety codes are met?

Yes or no?

A YES vote means you want the city to expand the number of unrelated people who can live in a residence.

A NO vote means you want the current occupancy limits to stay in place."


Read and watch the full story on 9 News Denver.


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