Summit County launches housing needs survey |

Summit County launches housing needs survey

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This previously released rendering shows a planned workforce-housing project called “Breck 365,” which features over 100 apartments on the Block 11 property. Town officials had been looking at taking on the project using a modular-construction method but are revisiting those plans after getting back a high-than-anticipated cost estimate.
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The Summit Combined Housing Authority — in partnership with Summit County, Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco and Silverthorne — is seeking public input for the 2019 Summit County Housing Needs Study.

The study is meant to help the authority better understand the housing needs of the county’s residents and workforce, prepare for future growth and development, and guide community investments.

All residents and employees in the county are invited to take part in the survey. It takes about 20 minutes to complete, and all individual results will be kept confidential. The results of the study will be released this summer.

Interested parties have until May 3 to complete the survey, and those who participate will be entered to win one of six $50 Visa gift cards. Contact Julia Jones or Rachel Shindman at Economic & Planning Systems 303-623-3557 with questions. The survey can be accessed at

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