Housing Resource Center
The Housing Resource Center- HRC is here to help you meet your housing needs across the Wasatch Back. Whether you live in affordable housing, are looking for affordable housing, or want to help advocate for our community's growing housing needs, you've come to the right place.
Mountainlands started the HRC in 2022 and hired Angelica Espinoza, Housing Navigator, and Megan McKenna, Housing Advocate, to address the education, advocacy, and navigation components of our mission.
At the HRC we believe housing is belonging and belonging builds a thriving community.
Workforce Employer Rental Incentive Program
Workforce Employee Rental Incentive Program
Renting to local employees pays! WE RIP aims to incentivize locals to rent to our workforce. The HRC has partnered with the Park City Chamber and Rossignol to address the shortage of long-term rentals in our community. Click below to learn more about the 2023-2024 WE RIP program.
Get engaged in local affordable housing opportunities. Here you'll find upcoming and ongoing ways to participate and have your voice heard.
Mountainlands and the HRC work hand in hand with our community partners. The housing crisis is complex and no one can take it on solo. Together, we can always accomplish more.
As a nonprofit, we rely on our community for support to address our local unmet housing needs. As a thank you, we like to give back to our community through our Bob Wells scholarship program.
As a nonprofit, we also rely on the support and services of our local government and other nonprofits. As a thank you to our public and nonprofit partners, volunteering is valued and part of our Mountainlands culture.
Bob Wells Scholarship
Bob Wells founded Mountainalnds in 1993. His family has kept his legacy alive through the annual scholarship since 2015.
Summit and Wasatch County high school seniors living in affordable housing are eligible to apply for the scholarship through their high school counseling centers.
We couldn't do the work we do without our public and nonprofit partners.
Mountainlands and the HRC are only able to address a small fraction of our community's unmet needs.
Working together, we can all do more. Here are some additional community resources you may find useful.