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Housing study to examine priority needs across Central Cariboo and Chilcotin

 

The City of Williams Lake and Cariboo Regional District are asking local residents to share their opinions on housing in the region, with the launch of an online survey regarding the types of homes most urgently needed in the Central Cariboo and Chilcotin.

The survey is part of a housing study encompassing a broad area stretching from Anahim Lake (Ulkatcho) in the west to Likely/Horsefly in the east, 150 Mile House in the south and McLeese Lake in the north. The study will focus on the housing needs in Williams Lake, with an impact analysis of the population flow from other communities and the broader region that feeds into and moves between Williams Lake and outlying areas. This work will aid stakeholders in demonstrating the area’s priority housing needs for planning and potential funding applications. The study is scheduled to be completed and made available to the public in December 2020.

Area residents are encouraged to complete our Central Cariboo Housing Needs Survey prior to November 20th, 2020. This survey will help us understand your experiences with housing in the region and in your community.

 


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