RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The City of Raleigh has sent out a survey seeking input from the public on various affordable housing bond options that could be on the ballot in November.
“The City of Raleigh anticipates including an Affordable Housing Bond on the November 2020 ballot. Commitment to producing affordable housing continues to be a priority to the City,” a release sent Tuesday morning reads.
Public meetings are currently prohibited due to COVID-19 restrictions and the Affordable Housing Bond Advisory Committee decided to turn to the internet to get engagement on the issue.
To learn more about the committee’s priorities, click here.
To take the survey in English, click here. If you prefer to complete the survey by phone, call 919-996-2494.
To take the survey in Spanish, click here. If you prefer to complete the survey by phone, call Luis Olivieri-Robert at 919-996-5714.
The survey will close on May 3, 2020.
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