Denver Asks for Public Opinion on Reasonably priced Housing Methods, Resolving Homelessness | Deal with Denver
The Denver Department of Housing Stability is soliciting input from the public on how the city should work on affordable housing and solving homelessness over the next five years.
Over the next month, community members will be able to complete a survey on strategic planning goals in four key areas: homelessness resolution, housing stability, housing options, and operations.
The survey asked residents if they would like affordable housing and temporarily managed homeless campsites in their neighborhood. It also assesses their priorities for helping homeless residents, reducing evictions, increasing home ownership, and more.
This is the latest part of HOST’s five-year strategic planning process launched last year to tackle affordable housing and homelessness in Denver.
HOST will use the survey results along with input from various stakeholders to create its plan.
A first draft of the plan will be released for public review and comment later this summer before the final plan is submitted to Denver City Council for approval in November.
The community poll will be open until June 24th. The survey is available in English, Spanish, Arabic, and Vietnamese.