HOPE Advisory Board seeks public input on four priority areas

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

The Home, Opportunity, Planning, and Equity (HOPE) Advisory Board to Benton County and the City of Corvallis is collecting public feedback on four priority topics. This feedback will inform the Board’s work as it pursues decent, safe, and affordable housing for everyone within Benton County.

Community members who would like to provide input can participate in any or all of the four surveys on the HOPE Community Engagement webpage. The surveys will close at the end of December 2020. In addition to the surveys, the HOPE Advisory Board has listening session-style meetings scheduled over the next month. A list of the upcoming meetings is located under the surveys on the HOPE Community Engagement webpage. Many of these meetings are open to the public. Open meetings have links posted for members of the public to join and provide feedback.

Surveys for Public Feedback through December 31, 2020

Topic 1. Strengthen Crisis Response Resources: Align services (4 Questions)

Topic 2. Strengthen Crisis Response Resources: Location (5 Questions)

Topic 3. Transitional Options for Safety, Health, and Stability (31 Questions)

Topic 4. Permanent Supportive Housing (4 Questions)