City of Pittsburgh Asking for Input About Your Community’s Priorities
Each year, the City of Pittsburgh applies for funding for four programs to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. Throughout November, the City’s Office of Management and Budget hosted five public hearings for residents to share their input on priorities for community development and fair housing in their neighborhoods that may be addressed by these federal programs. If you missed a public hearing, you can still give your input on your community’s priorities.
The City of Pittsburgh is currently conducting a survey to identify residents’ needs in their community in addition to fair housing concerns, such as acts of discrimination or barriers that might limit the housing choices of families and individuals. This survey will help the city prepare its Five-Year Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plan, and its Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice for submission to HUD.
Please take a few moments to complete the Confidential Resident Survey to tell the City of Pittsburgh how HUD funding can address your community priorities in 2020 and the next five years. You can also find the survey at any branch of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
The deadline for submitting your survey is Friday, January 31, 2020