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Where should future affordable housing be? Deadline for feedback passes

Arlington via Google Earth: Your Town, Your Future

UPDATED, Oct. 31: The town is creating a housing plan to update Arlington's vision and strategy for providing housing that serves a range of needs, including development and preservation of affordable housing, and housing for seniors and families. A forum was held Sept. 14. If you missed it, you can view materials here >>

Facilitate your own small group conversation about goals and strategies for the housing plan with the Meeting in a Box Round 2 materials. Download the materials here >> Feedback is requested by Wednesday, Oct. 27.

Share your thoughts about affordable housing by making your mark(s) on the affordable-housing mapping exercise here >> Deadline was Oct. 7.

These include presentation materials describing the components of the housing plan, local housing need, development constraints and local capacity to create affordable housing are now available online.

As the officials moves into the next steps of the planning process, they are seeking community input about ideas for locations of future affordable housing in Arlington.

Use the town's online mapping tool to indicate sites you consider suitable for affordable-housing development or redevelopment, sites where no development should occur and sites in need of rehabilitation. 

Register for the next housing forum Nov. 9 >>

Town link to affordable-housing information
July 20, 2016: Enterprising, 5-year housing targets approved


This news announcement was published Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, and updated Oct. 19.

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