Madison County Community Development is conducting a survey of citizens to identify community needs and priorities for the expenditure of federal funds to low-income families, households and neighborhoods. The survey results will be a tool used to develop the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan, a strategic plan that prioritizes the expenditure of how funds will be allocated in each Annual Action Plan. Please help us by ranking the following priorities as low or high, and selecting your community's highest priorities for services and need. Please add any additional needs not listed on the survey where indicated.

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* 1. What is your five digit zip code?

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* 2. Are you representing an agency or municipality? If so which one?

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* 3. Which of the following best describes you? 

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* 4. Housing- Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority 
Homeownership Counseling
Fair Housing Counseling
Special Needs Housing
Housing for Veterans
Rental Housing Development
Energy Efficiency
Foreclosure Prevention
Abandoned/Vacant Units
Rental Assistance
Construction of Single Family Housing
Help Achieving Homeownership
Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation
Lead Paint Hazard Screening
Lead Based Pain Remediation
Affordable Rental Units
Affordable Housing for Large Families

Code Enforcement
Rental Housing Subsidies
Housing Down Payment Assistance
Owner-Occupied Housing Development
Tiny Homes (on permanent foundation)
Credit/Income Management

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* 5. Homeless- Community Priorities

  Low High
Emergency Shelter
Transitional Housing
Permanent Housing 
Supportive Services (transportation, food)
Providing Job Training in Shelters
Soup Kitchens
Provision of Clothing & Essential Items
Housing for Disabled/Chronic Homeless
Housing for Homeless Veterans
Youth Programs/Services (21 & Older)
Safe Haven

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* 6. Infrastructure Improvements- Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority
Street Improvements (Asphalt Overlay)
Street Improvements (Slurry Seal/Micro-surfacing)
Sidewalk Replacements/ADA Ramps
Flood/Drainage Improvements
Water Main Replacements
Sanitary Sewer Improvements
Clearance/Demolition
Bridge Replacements

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* 7. Anti-Poverty- Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority 
Job Training
Small Business Development
Emergency Assistance
Food Pantries

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* 8. Economic Development- Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority
Job Creation/Retention
Business Storefront Improvements
Creation of Jobs Above Minimum Wage
Redevelopment of Industrial Sites
Start-up Assistance

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* 9. Seniors/Elderly- Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority 
Affordable Rental Units for Seniors
Accessibility upgrades (ramps, bars, etc.)
Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation
Senior Supportive Services
Aging in Place

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* 10. Youth-Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority 
Summer Youth Employment 
After School Programs
Youth Crime Prevention Programs

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* 11. Public Facilities- Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority
Fire Stations/Equipment
Energy Efficiency
Neighborhood/Senior Centers
Parks/Green Space
Green Construction
Public Building ADA Accessibility Retrofits

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* 12. Persons with Disabilities- Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority
Affordable Rental Units
Accessible Housing Units
Help Achieving Homeownership
Houising Rehabilitation or Modification 
Supportive Services
Group Home/Independent Living Facility
Sensory Housing Units

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* 13. Public Safety- Community Priorities

  Low Priority High Priority
Crime Prevention Programs
Tornado Shelters
Police Dispatchers
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