Housing survey launched in Utica


UTICA — The city of Utica is seeking input from the public on current and future housing needs through an online open house hosted at uticahousingstudy.org.

As part of the Utica Prosperity Initiative Phase II, the City of Utica is conducting a city-wide housing needs assessment to analyze current and projected demographics and household characteristics, forecast future housing needs throughout the community for all levels of income, and develop a plan to implement the recommendations brought forth through the assessment.

“Housing is a key aspect of Utica’s projected growth, and in order to maximize the impact of the federal funds the city receives, we need public input from the community. I encourage everyone to participate in the open house and submit their ideas,” said Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri. The online open house is open for public input now through Tuesday, May 31.

Any questions about the housing needs assessment or the online open house can be directed to Urban & Economic Development Community Development Specialist Derek Crossman at 315-792-0181 or via e-mail at dcrossman@cityofutica.com.


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