North America's Premier International Resort Community
"To be the Premier International Mountain Resort Community"
The Town of Vail is the resort community leader in ensuring the availability of homes for year-round Vail residents. Year-round residents, along with their homes, prove critical to maintaining and sustaining the premier international mountain resort community. In Vail, homes for residents are seen as infrastructure - a community support system - not unlike roads, bridges, water and sewer and similar services delivered by municipal government.
"Realizing Vail’s Vision One Deed-Restriction at a Time."
The Housing Department exists to advocate and advance the Town’s vision as the leader amongst mountain resort communities in ensuring the availability of homes for year-round Vail residents. We preserve and protect existing and future homes for resident occupancy by acquiring deed restrictions obtained through public/private partnerships, strategic initiatives, regulatory obligations, innovative programs and collaboration within the community and the region.
The Housing Department is responsible for housing policy recommendations and implementation; housing regulation implementation, compliance and oversight; housing lottery administration; housing program administration; and housing developments and initiatives which increase the supply and availability of housing opportunities within the community and region. The Housing Department is the staff liaison to the Vail Local Housing Authority and advances the direction provided by the Vail Housing Subcommittee and the Vail Town Council.
2018 Housing Year in Review
"A Strategic Plan for Maintaining and Sustaining Community through to the Creation and Support of Resident Housing in Vail"
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Since 1996, the town has helped more than 175 local employees purchase homes within Vail’s boundaries. There are currently 729 deed-restricted rental and for-sale employee housing units within the Town of Vail.