Housing Cost and Availability in Centennial

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The City of Centennial has launched a Housing Study to explore housing costs and availability in Centennial and to understand the entire spectrum of housing issues, define various needs for housing and identify priorities to potentially inform policy.

This study is a major undertaking that prioritizes community input and collaboration among a wide range of community stakeholders. It is anticipated to take one-year to complete this study.


Engage Today!

The City plans to send various communication such as e-newsletters to those willing to be involved and provide input and will include three major milestones:

  • Communication Housing Needs Assessment
  • Public Engagement on Housing Strategies and Development of Housing Policy
  • Land Development Code modifications and other policy action

Did You Know? 

Approximately 18% of homes in the City of Centennial are for-rent housing options. For comparison, 40% of homes in the City of Lone Tree are for-rent housing options.

Question of the Week

The City of Centennial has for-rent housing options that fit your income, needs, and lifestyle.

Agree? Disagree? Tell us here.


Previous Questions of the Week


Week of April 18, 2022

Did You Know? Approximately 82% of homes in the City of Centennial are for-sale housing options. For comparison 60% of homes in the City of Lone Tree are for-sale options.

Question: The City of Centennial has for-sale housing options that fit your income, needs, and lifestyle.

Agree? Disagree? You can still respond and tell us here.

Number of Responses Received (as of 5/5/2022): 43

Sample Responses:

“Centennial needs more rentals, more of a mix of housing at different price points and much more affordable housing, including low income housing options.”

“Less apartments and more options for people to buy in the community. Owners are going to have more at stake than someone looking for the cheapest rent for a few years.”

“We are newly retired, have good retirement income but still, if we had to move now, we would be lucky to find anything to fit our income and future aging needs. I don't even think this is an opinion…”

Upcoming Events

Housing Workshops

The first of three housing workshops planned as part of the Housing Study process is scheduled for May 17. This initial meeting will provide an opportunity for neighborhood groups and interested community members to learn about the process and provide input on Centennial’s housing needs.

View the May 17 Housing Needs Workshop webpage for more details.

View the Housing Needs Workshop PDF for more details by clicking here(PDF, 157KB). For the Spanish version, click here(PDF, 808KB).

Community Outreach

Who's Involved?

In addition to open public outreach, four formal groups/types of groups will be convened over the next year to help guide the Housing Study process. Learn about who's involved and more here.

Past Housing Workshop Presentations:

2021 Housing Research Efforts

City Council heard from a variety of local housing experts from across the Metro Denver Region. The following are some of the takeaways found here(PDF, 130KB).

South Metro Denver Housing Tour: Exploration through the South Metro Denver area of a variety of housing types and price points.