Edited for clarity on 8.21.21. The following map represents a combination of the preferences stated by participants (during Phase Soon) relative to where they said they would accept different types of development, and relative to where and how the greatest amount of affordable housing can be provided given the level of planned road and other infrastructure.  Please indicate your level of support for the recommendations for the red, orange, and yellow areas. Click to make the map larger.

Dix Edge Land Use Map

Note: While affordable housing can occur in any location, the number and type of units allowable may vary by the location.

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1. In the past, Dix Edge communities preferred that future affordable housing address households with yearly incomes below 30% of the Area Median Income. To make this happen, the public money required to make affordable housing possible would exceed what is available. What response best reflects your view?
Note: The bigger the public subsidy required to make a unit affordable, the fewer number of units that can be created before the public subsidy runs out.

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2. Urban Center (Red Areas) – These areas cluster around major roadway intersections or are within ½ mile of the future BRT transit stations. The maximum number of stories in these areas might be 10 to 12 floors (or up to 20 stories if public benefits like affordable housing are provided). These could be areas that support a mix of uses, including residential. Which of the following best describes your support for this land use recommendation for the red areas?

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3. Urban Corridor (Orange Areas) – These areas are located along major roads and commercial areas in Dix Edge and buildings would not exceed 5 stories (or up to 12 stories if public benefits like affordable housing are provided) and contain mixed uses in some instances. Which of the following best describes your support for this land use recommendation in the orange areas?

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4. Residential (Yellow Areas) – These areas reflect traditional single-family neighborhoods. New housing development would include infill residential on vacant lots, redevelopment of declining housing units, and perhaps attached townhomes and small apartment buildings, but no commercial uses. Which of the following best describes your support for this land use recommendation in the yellow areas?

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5. In previous surveys, some expressed that access to broadband internet is too expensive. Are you aware of the Emergency Broadband Benefit provided by the FCC? This service provides financial assistance for eligible households.

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