New Website Enables Residents To Offer Opinions On Future Of Rochester's Neighborhoods
The newly-launched website for the Rochester City-Wide Housing Market Study offers an online survey for residents, and information about an innovative effort to combine carefully collected market data with a full analysis of the City's neighborhoods, finance environment and housing programs.
The website address is: www.rochesterhousingstudy.com
The survey results will be used along with a thorough market study, to prepare a set of recommendations that will guide future planning aimed at reinvigorating all of Rochester's neighborhoods.
The City-Wide Housing Market Analysis represents the first phase of this Study. The Analysis is broken into five sections, each of which can be viewed and downloaded from the website.
In addition to the online resident survey, the website offers several unique sections including:
- Interactive maps featuring 16 themes -- from changes in sales prices to code violations – for the city of Rochester;
- A photo gallery of Rochester neighborhoods, including historic photos of the city; and
- Links to each of Rochester's neighborhood organizations.
"This site is designed to provide information about the city-wide housing market study currently underway," said Mayor Robert J. Duffy. "The study will help inform my administration and City Council in future housing policy and investment decisions."
The website also follows Section 508 Guidelines, making the website available to those with disabilities.
Scott Page, (215) 370-6807
Related Link: Rochester City-Wide Housing Market Study
For more information contact:
340 N. 12th Street, #419
Posted June 20, 2007
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