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Tell Us What You Think About Housing in Littleton
The City of Littleton wants to understand the decisions people make when choosing what type of housing they buy or rent to properly plan for the future. Be a part of charting the city’s future by taking the Live Work Littleton housing choices survey. Answers to this survey will inform important decisions about housing products and land use. Survey topics include: the factors that are most important in choosing to buy or rent in Littleton, future housing plans, what kind of housing is needed to accommodate all types of residents including options for downsizing, empty-nesters, new families, and workers.
Deputy City Manager Mike Braaten said, “This survey is a major component of a broader undertaking to thoroughly assess Littleton’s housing market. The study team will analyze data from a variety of sources about our community. A core part of the research is a citizen survey, because we believe our residents and the people who work in Littleton have a story to tell. We want to hear your Littleton housing story. Participating in the survey is a great way for people who live or work in Littleton to help guide city policies.”
The survey is available through March 26 at https://www.research.net/r/LittletonLiveWork2017.