City Seeks Input on Housing and Homelessness Strategic Plan Goals

May 28, 2021 / Comments (0)


DENVER – Monday, May 24, 2021 – Denver’s Department of Housing Stability (HOST) is seeking input to help set the direction of the city’s work on affordable housing and homelessness resolution over the next five years. Community survey open through June 24

Earlier last year, HOST began a five-year strategic planning process. Through significant stakeholder input, HOST has identified initial goals and is asking for your input to help shape the plan and the department’s priorities. A community survey is open through Thursday, June 24 for concerned individuals to provide input on initial strategic planning goals. The survey is available in English, Spanish, Arabic and Vietnamese.

Following the survey, HOST will continue to draft the plan with input from several stakeholder groups including the Housing Stability Strategic Advisors and a strategic planning executive committee. An initial draft of the plan will be released for public review and comment late this summer, prior to the final plan’s presentation to City Council for approval in November.

For more information on the planning effort and to sign up for updates on the process, visit


The Department of Housing Stability is committed to building a healthy, housed and connected Denver. The department invests resources, creates policy, and partners to provide housing stability, resolve episodes of homelessness, and create housing opportunities.

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