This survey prompts participants to provide information on any differences in housing access and affordability that may exist between communities within the county. The County will use your responses to identify, understand, and respond to housing issues and the impacts they have on communities within the county.

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* 1. Are there areas of the county that are more affordable than others? If so, where?

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* 2. Are there any areas of the county that are considered to be lower-income, high-poverty areas?

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* 3. Are there any areas of the community that are considered to be higher-income areas?

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* 4. Are there any differences in access to higher-performing schools or other education opportunities between areas of the county?

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* 5. Do community members have the opportunity to select the schools that their students attend, or are schools assigned by geography? If families have the ability to select schools, are there higher-demand schools in the county?

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* 6. Is high-speed internet readily available in the county? Do any areas have known challenges with cell signal access?

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* 7. Are there known major sources of pollution in the county (e.g. industrial sources, groundwater contamination from pesticides or other chemicals, or lead paint exposure in older homes)? If so, where are they located?

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* 8. Do any neighborhoods lack access to parks or other outdoor spaces?

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* 9. Have there been noticeable recent increases in rents or sales prices? If so, have these increases occurred countywide or within a particular community? Why?

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* 10. Are there any known areas where the physical conditions of housing suggest a high need for rehabilitation for safety or accessibility reasons?

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* 11. Are there any areas where community members experiencing homelessness tend to congregate?

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* 12. If you’d like us to keep you informed about Trinity County’s Housing Element update, please enter your email here.

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