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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 in your search for affordable housing:

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity, 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.  

Mountainlands Community Housing Trust

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.

The Christian Center of Park City

The Christian Center of Park City is a non-denominational resource facility and user-friendly contact point for religious, social, and humanitarian services to the community. Their programs include providing food five days a week to our community through its Food Pantry, and a Thrift Shoppe that is a great place to buy household furniture and other items at a fraction of the cost.

Every winter, hundreds of international students come to Park City to work the local resorts. The Christian Center assists seasonal workers with finding housing and hosts a free international dinner every Tuesday evening from January through March.

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.