Purpose of Survey - Developing ConPlan

The City of Reno recently started the process of developing the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan (ConPlan). This plan is designed to assess affordable housing and community development needs to help us make data-driven decisions for the following federally funded programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME), and Emergency Shelter Grant Program (ESG).

Your input is a critical part of developing the ConPlan. By completing the quick survey and participating in the process, you will help identify housing and community development priorities.

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* 1. What is your zip code?

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* 2. What is your age range?

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* 3. What is your average household income?

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* 4. What is your race?

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* 5. What is your ethnicity? 

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* 6. How many people currently live in your household?

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* 7. Community Priorities
Please rank the following in order of priority for the Community (1 = Highest Need and 6 = Lowest Need).

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* 8.  Affordable Housing
Which type of project would you recommend be funded using grant funds?  Select only one.

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* 9. Demolition & Clearance
Which type of project would you recommend be funded using grant funds?  Select only one.

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* 10. Economic Development
Which type of project would you recommend be funded using grant funds?  Select only one.

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* 11. Public Improvements
Which type of project would you recommend be funded using grant funds?  Select only one.

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* 12. Public Facilities
Which type of project would you recommend be funded using grant funds?  Select only one.

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* 13. Public Services
Which type of project would you recommend be funded using grant funds?  Select only three.

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* 14. Other
The City of Reno is expected to receive federal funding over the next five years.  Other than the housing and community development priorities previously listed, are there any additional needs that could be addressed in the low-to-moderate income areas of the City?

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