Door County Economic Development Corporation’s (DCEDC) Attainable Housing Committee will host a series of meetings later this month about the county’s lack of affordable housing and potential solutions.
“The housing study revealed basic information most people were already aware of: Door County has a housing crisis,” said DCEDC Executive Director Jim Schuessler. “Beyond that foundation, however, the analysis provided information on the amount and types of housing that are needed. That information is crucial for developers as they seek financing for projects.”
Mariah Goode will lead a presentation outlining the issues that are driving the shortage of attainable rental housing and single-family homes in Door County. Committee members will also discuss how this affects the local economy, residents and the future of the community.
Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions, share ideas and add their input at each session. Business owners, residents, builders and public officials are encouraged to attend the sessions.
Meetings will be held at the Sister Bay Village Hall on May 21, at the Sturgeon Bay High School auditorium on May 29 and at the Southern Door Community Auditorium on May 30. All programs will start at 6:30 pm and are free and open to the public.
Attainable Housing Information Sessions
All sessions will begin at 6:30 pm.
Tuesday, May 21, Sister Bay Village Hall
Wednesday, May 29, Sturgeon Bay High School Auditorium
Thursday, May 30, Southern Door Community Auditorium
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