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Park City works with a number of partners in the community that also provide housing assistance. Below are additional resources to help with your affordable housing needs:

Rental Housing Assistance

Finding an affordable rental unit in Park City:

  1. Mountainlands Community Housing Trust maintains information about affordable rental units. Contact: 435.647.9719 | mcht@housinghelp.org | housinghelp.org.
  2. Housing Connect manages the distribution of Section 8 (Federal Program) rental vouchers in Summit County. Contact: 801.284.4400 | info@housingconnect.org | housingconnect.org.
  3. Utah Department of Workforce Services, maintains a database of affordable rental housing statewide

Emergency Assistance

  1. Important COVID-19 eviction moratorium information
  2. Emergency rent assistance 
  3. Rent and other emergency assistance: Christian Center of Park City, contact - 435.649.2260 | pete@ccofpc.org | ccofpc.org

Affordable For Sale Programs

There are two other entities providing affordable units for sale in and near Park City:

Habitat for Humanity (HFH)

Habitat for Humanity, of Summit and Wasatch Counties, is a nonprofit housing organization that builds and sells modest homes to low-income families at no interest. Home construction is kept affordable through partnerships with many community partners for donated labor and materials. HFH also provides in-house very-low or no-interest mortgage financing.  Volunteers work side-by-side with recipient families, who invest hundreds of hours of "sweat equity" into their homes and the homes of others. HFH also provides homebuyer training for first time homebuyers. Contact: 435.658.1400 | info@habitat-utah.org | habitat-utah.org

Mountainlands Community Housing Trust (MCHT)

Mountainlands Community Housing Trust believes that a safe affordable home is often a family’s first step toward economic self-sufficiency. MCHT addresses the dual problems of housing affordability and availability on three fronts: acquisition and new construction of affordable housing, direct assistance in securing housing and needed basic services, and education and advocacy to promote housing policy.  MCHT maintains 22 owner-occupied, deed restricted units at 555 Deer Valley Drive.  They also manage a clearinghouse of information about affordable rental properties throughout the area. Go to their website to sign up for information about upcoming projects or contact them at 435.647.9719 | mcht@housinghelp.org.

Additional Resources

  • Federally subsidized housing can be found through area Housing Authorities – a full list may be found here: Housing Authorities in Utah. The Housing Authority of Salt Lake County manages the federally subsidized housing in Summit County and Park City. Contact them – here – to find out what is available. Their phone number is 801.284.4420.