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Longmont Needs Your Opinion: Take the Housing and Human Service Needs Survey
Do you live in Longmont? Longmont is conducting a housing and human service needs survey to help inform Longmont’s housing, community development and human service funding prioritizes for the next five years. The survey takes less than 15 minutes to complete and includes questions about daily life challenges, housing, neighborhoods, access to community resources and human service needs.
We encourage all residents of Longmont to participate in this important survey. The survey is available in both English and Spanish and can be accessed directly by clicking the links below:
Karen Roney, Community Services Director, says, “This survey is a major component of a broader undertaking to thoroughly assess our housing, community development, and human service needs. Our planning team will analyze data from a variety of sources about our community, but we believe our residents have a story to tell. We want to hear about our residents’ experiences. Participating in the survey is a great way for people who live in Longmont to have a voice in how we prioritize and respond to community needs through federally-funded programs like the Community Development Block Grant and locally-funded affordable housing and human service agency programs.”
A lucky respondent will win a drawing for a $100 Visa gift card.
Concerned about accessibility?
The online survey is Section 508 compliant, so it is accessible for residents using screen readers or other adaptive devices. If you would like to request assistance with the survey or an alternative format please contact Root Policy Research by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone 970-880-1415.
For those residents who prefer a written format or know someone interested in taking the survey without internet access, the survey is also available in a postage-paid paper version at the following locations:
Longmont Community Services Office
Longmont Civic Center
350 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Longmont Senior Center
910 Longs Peak Avenue
Longmont, CO 80501
For questions regarding the Housing and Human Services Needs Survey, please contact Karen Roney at email@example.com.