Starting Jan. 1, people seeking to rent a unit through the Aspen-Pitkin County Housing Authority will be required to verify their work history before they sign up, the city of Aspen announced Wednesday evening in a short press release.

The cost will be $20, and individuals are asked to bring all W2s to either APCHA office to have their work histories verified. You will not be allowed to sign up for a unit without having this on file, the release says.

APCHA will also no longer be advertising rental units at Truscott, Aspen Country Inn and Smuggler in the Aspen Daily News. Available units will only be advertised on, the release says. Those interested in receiving updates about available rental units should sign up for notifications on APCHA’s website.