Landlord-Tenant Recovery Fund

—supporting our community from Parachute to Aspen

Helping renters stay in their homes during this challenging time.

To be eligible landlords and tenants work as partners with the following guidelines:

1. Tenants must live between Parachute and Aspen within the Roaring Fork and Lower Colorado River Valleys.

2. Tenants must have hardship due to COVID-19 or the fires (e.g., lost wages, health problems, sick family members, etc.)

3. Support from the LTR Fund can be up to 1/3 of back rent due plus 1/3 of rent for the next three months (maximum amount of $3,000).

4. After three months, funds can be requested on a monthly basis (maximum amount of $1,000/month) if funds are still available.


Alpine Legal Services is available to help mediate should landlords and tenants need additional support or have problems accessing the LTR Fund. Please call 970-230-3935 between 9–12 or 1–5, Monday through Friday, to be connected to a mediator.

The Uncle Bob Foundation is serving as the fiscal agent for the LTR Fund and funding has been generously provided by the organizations listed here.

The LTR Fund is a community project inspired by Leaders at Mountain Voices Project who have advocated for its formation in response to the unique challenges faced by landlords and tenants due to the COVID-19 pandemic and exacerbated by the wildfires.