Tuesday, June 23, 2015

City Questionnaire on Housing Needs to launch Thursday

The City has a few more questions to ask when it comes to their recent Go Plan Survey, with a new questionnaire to be be available Thursday to gauge the Housing needs for residents without a permanent Address.

The information which will complement the information gathered from the the recent Go Plan Survey will provide additional information for the City when it comes to decisions related to housing issues and accommodating and assisting residents who may be in need.

The survey will be launched as part of a Block Party to take place at Fisherman's hall this Thursday from 1 until 3 PM, that event will see Fraser Street shut down to traffic near the hall as part of the celebration that will feature free food and a chance for residents to learn more about the services available for those without a permanent address.

Fisherman's Hall will be hosting
a Block Party on Thursday, where
the Housing needs survey will be launched
From Thursday on, the Housing Needs Questionnaire will also be available to the public at a number of other locations including; The Prince Rupert Aboriginal Community Services office located at 151-309 2nd Avenue West, the Fisherman’s Hall on Fraser Street and the Go Plan Survey office located in the Ocean Centre on the 2nd Avenue West side.

The Survey is also to be made available at a number of other support services offices around the city to try and reach as many residents as possible for as full a review as possible.

The Survey period ends on July 2nd, with the City looking to release the findings from it in a report sometime in July.

You can learn more about the Housing Needs Questionnaire from this information update from the City of Prince Rupert.

For more background on housing related issues see our archive page here.

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