City hosts online open house on affordable housing

  • Monday, March 27, 2017 1:30am
  • News

Residents now have another opportunity to share their thoughts on Bellevue’s draft Affordable Housing Strategy, thanks to an online open house which is now live. The public can learn more and give feedback on the draft strategy to increase affordable housing options by visiting

The online open house will be available through April 4.

The data gathered through the open house and other past events will help inform the final draft of the Affordable Housing Strategy. In 2016, the City Council prioritized creating a viable strategy for addressing the affordable housing need. The council will consider the draft strategy later this spring.

The purpose of the Affordable Housing Strategy is to identify what it will take to have a healthy housing market that provides a safe, healthy and affordable place to live for people of all income levels.

More information is available on the city’s Affordable Housing Strategy web page or by contacting project leads, Michael Kattermann or Janet Lewine.

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