The Town of Eagle is exploring how to meet the housing needs of the community. 

For this survey, housing is generally considered to be affordable housing when the monthly payment (rent or mortgage) is equal to no more than 30% of a household’s gross income. Although there is some variation, this standard is commonly applied by federal and state housing programs, local housing initiatives, mortgage lenders, and rental leasing agents.
 
All responses are anonymous. 

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* 1. Where do you live and work in Eagle?  (There's a location map following the responses)

  Live Work
Downtown Eagle / Central Business District
Downtown Neighborhood (Bull Pasture) 
Between U.S. Hwy 6/Eagle River and I-70 (Chambers Avenue, Nogal Road) 
Grand Avenue/River Corridor 
West Eagle 
In a Planned Unit Development (i.e., Eagle Ranch, The Terrace, The Bluffs, Red Mountain Ranch) 
Eagle County Unincorporated (Eby Creek Mesa, Kaibab, Brush Creek Road) 
Do not live/work within the Town boundaries 
Remote worker 

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* 2. What type of housing do you currently live in? 

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* 3. What is your annual household income (total of everyone who has an income)? 

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* 4. How do you pay for your home?

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* 5. How many people live in your household? (For this survey, a household is a group of people who live together, this includes adults and children)

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* 6. Which of the following would meet your housing needs? Please rank in order of preference.

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* 7. The Town of Eagle is exploring how to diversify housing types across the community. What types of housing do you think should be considered? 

  1 - Don't need 2 - Only allow a limited amount 3 - Neutral 4 - Need more in some places 5 - Need much more in many places
Small-sized single family detached homes (less than 1,500 square feet) 
Medium-sized single family detached homes (1,500 to 3,000 square feet)  
Large-sized single family detached homes (more than 5,000 square feet)  
Mobile homes
Manufactured homes (not including mobile homes)
Multigenerational homes (one house with separate living space for grandparents, parents, etc.)
Duplexes (two-unit homes)
Triplexes or Fourplexes (three- or four-unit homes) 
Townhomes (also called rowhomes, typically a group of 5-8 homes)
Small apartment buildings (up to 9 units)  
Medium-sized apartment buildings (up to 16 units) 
Luxury apartments 
Apartment complexes (more than one building)  
Accessory dwelling units 
Second-floor apartments in commercial buildings (mixed-use, live-work units)
Tiny homes (less than 500 square feet)  
Senior housing 
Co-housing (separate houses with shared community space like a kitchen)
Cottage housing (small-sized single-family homes around a courtyard)
Micro-housing (very small apartments, usually 400 to 800 square feet)

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* 8. Would you like to provide any additional information about the housing types?

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* 9. Could it be a good idea to allow redevelopment that adds more residential housing in existing neighborhoods if it meets the following requirements:

  1 - Strongly disagree 2 - Disagree 3 - Neutral 4 - Agree 5 - Strongly agree
If the new development is the same size and scale as surrounding development.   
If the new development looks like the surrounding development. 
If the new development is built on large lots that can be subdivided. 
If the new development replaces older, poorly maintained buildings. 
If the new development rehabilitates older buildings. 

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* 10. Would you like to provide any additional information about redevelopment to provide more housing?

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* 11. Should the Town eliminate single family zoning (one house on one lot detached from other houses) and allow at least two residential units on all lots? 

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* 12. Should the Town reduce or eliminate the requirement for public hearings as part of the review process for any of the following types of housing applications (choose as many as you think are applicable):

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* 13. Should the Town allow projects with some affordable housing units to be “expedited” or fast-tracked in the development review process?  

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* 14. Should the Town reduce or eliminate the requirement for public hearings as part of the review process for the conversion of underutilized commercial space to affordable housing for any of the following proposals:

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* 15. Where should the Town allow projects that include the conversion of underutilized commercial spaces to affordable housing and should these projects be expedited or fast-tracked through the development review process?  There is a location map following the responses.

  Allow Affordable Conversions  Allow Expedited Review for Affordable Conversions Do Not Allow for Either
Downtown Eagle / Central Business District 
Downtown Neighborhood (Bull Pasture) 
Between U.S. Hwy 6/Eagle River and I-70 (Chambers Avenue, Nogal Road) 
Grand Avenue/River Corridor 
West Eagle 
In a Planned Unit Development (i.e., Eagle Ranch, The Terrace, The Bluffs, Red Mountain Ranch)

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* 16. Should the Town change the parking requirements for affordable housing in any of the following ways, with the goals of reducing the cost of construction and allowing more of the lot for building construction:

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* 17. Should the Town make any of the following changes to Planned Unit Development (PUD) standards?  (Section 4.11 of the Town’s Municipal Code)

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* 18. Should the Town explore ways to help fund any of the following items for projects that include affordable housing: 

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* 19. Are you aware of the Town’s existing Local Employee Residency Program (LERP) that is designed to increase the supply of affordable housing for those who live and/or work in Eagle? (Section 4.04.110 of the Town’s Municipal Code)

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* 20. To you, what are the most important housing priorities for the Town of Eagle?

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