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Southampton Town Housing Survey Deadline Extended To September 30

authorStaff Writer on Sep 11, 2020

The deadline to answer the Town of Southampton’s online housing survey has been extended 15 days to September 30 to give more people the chance to respond. So far, 2,200 people have participated, according to the town.

Southampton Town is working with VHB Engineering Consultants to create a townwide housing plan to update the town’s Comprehensive Plan, and they are seeking community input on housing priorities.

“This informational survey will allow everyone who works or lives in the town, and those who did not get a chance to participate in the forums, to share their thoughts and ideas,” Diana Weir, the town’s director of housing and community services, said in a statement. “Community input is crucial to the success of the plan, and this survey will help the consultants and the town formulate the best plan for housing development in the future.”

The survey takes five to 10 minutes to complete and residents, employers and business owners in the town are asked to participate.

To take the survey, visit southamptonhousingsurvey.metroquest.com for English or southamptonhousingsurveys.metroquest.com for Spanish.

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