The purpose of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) is to be the leading housing and community development advocate for the provision of adequate and affordable housing and strong, viable communities for all Americans, particularly those with low to moderate incomes, and to enhance the professional development and effectiveness of NAHRO's members.
Colorado NAHRO is a state chapter of the Mountain Plains Regional Council of NAHRO which is one of eight regional councils that comprise the membership of national NAHRO. Paying for membership in Colorado NAHRO automatically makes you a member of Mountain Plains NAHRO. Membership in national NAHRO is a separate membership. Click here for more information about membership in national NAHRO. Click here for information about joining Colorado NAHRO.
Mountain Plains NAHRO is comprised of six state chapters which include Colorado NAHRO, Montana NAHRO, North Dakota NAHRO, South Dakota NAHRO, Utah NAHRO and Wyoming NAHRO. Click here to access the "NAHRO Guide"which provides a detailed explanation of the organization and composition of NAHRO and its affiliates.
Colorado NAHRO is committed to representing your interests at the state and regional level, with HUD and other public interest groups. At the national level NAHRO has actively and effectively supported housing and community development issues for more than 75 years.
Colorado NAHRO sponsors professional development training, summits and conferences on housing and community development. These training programs are designed to help you and your agency acquire the practical skills needed for today's housing and community development work environment.
Colorado NAHRO members have access to a wide variety of individuals with specialized and successful skills. Members find it helpful to know others who have experienced similar housing and community development challenges.
Newsletters and Broadcast Updates
Colorado NAHRO provides electronic newsletters with vital housing and community development information. Email broadcasts are also sent to members providing information of current issues or requesting membership input for legislative decision making.
Colorado NAHRO members may submit job openings that are broadcast to the membership list and posted on this web site.