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Online Input Survey on Gateway Center for Homeless Services Opens

Public input on location, design, services and more available online and at December 14th Public Input Session

December 2, 2019

As the City’s gateway center to connect people experiencing homelessness to services and to help them transition into permanent housing moves forward, the City of Albuquerque is making public input a priority. With the project’s broad approval on the ballot last month, followed by the announcement last week of a public input event and the launch, today the City posted an online survey to increase access for interested members of the public. The survey can also be taken over the phone.

The online survey covers, at a high level, the same topics that will be included at the input session, including design, location, services and more.

Open the survey in English:

En Español:

“Voters gave the project a mandate and the next critical step is continuing our public input process on siting and services,” said Mayor Keller. “Starting today, the public will have the opportunity to comment online over the next two weeks or in person on December 14.”

“Input from the community is critical and must be a component of the location and design of the gateway center,” said Family and Community Services Director Carol Pierce.

The public information session on December 14th will take place from 9 a.m.—12 noon at the Albuquerque Convention Center. The City is asking participants to register in advance for the public session by clicking here or calling Constituent Services at (505) 768-3000.