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The City of Cloverdale is preparing an update to its General Plan Housing Element. The Housing Element sets forth the City’s goals and policies related to housing for the 2023-2031 planning period.


Housing issues affect the entire community — residents, employers, and the public and private sectors. The purpose of this survey is to identify any unique housing issues in Cloverdale and craft solutions that meet the needs of everyone in the community.

*All input will remain anonymous.

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* 1. The biggest housing needs facing Cloverdale today are (check all that apply):

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* 2. Cloverdale's housing needs in the coming 10 years will include (check all that apply):

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* 3. Please rank your level of agreement with each of the following statements:

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral / No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree
There are no entry-level homes to purchase in Cloverdale
Rental prices in Cloverdale are too high
Some of the older homes in Cloverdale need rehabilitation
My children can’t afford to live here in Cloverdale
There are not enough housing options in Cloverdale
Some seniors need assistance to remain in their homes
Cloverdale should allow more apartments to be built
It is important to preserve Cloverdale’s neighborhoods
My housing costs have increased in the last 5 years
People who work in Cloverdale can’t afford to live here
Cloverdale needs more housing options for all income levels
Cloverdale needs more housing near the Downtown Area
Cloverdale needs to allow more housing in conjunction with existing businesses
Cloverdale needs more housing in commercial corridors
Cloverdale should allow fourplexes throughout the city
Cloverdale should allow small apartments throughout the city
Cloverdale needs more mixed-use development
Cloverdale should reduce parking requirements where safety allows

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* 4. Please indicate what types of new housing you feel would be most successful in Cloverdale today:

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* 5.
What are some unique features of Cloverdale that can be housing opportunities for the community?
For example:
• Locations for multifamily housing (e.g. planned SMART Station, South Cloverdale, Cloverdale Boulevard Corridor)
• Detached garages and other accessory structures converted into housing
• Large homes modified to accommodate more residents
• Additional units on large lots
• Commercial and industrial area converted to housing

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* 6. KEEP ME INFORMED. Want to stay involved as Cloverdale updates its Housing Element?

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