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Enterprise Housing Needs Analysis

August 5, 2022


Project Overview 

The City of Enterprise has initiated a housing needs analysis (HNA), which provides the City with current information on the housing market and expected demographic changes over the next 20-years. This information will help guide the development of housing policies to ensure that the City provides an adequate number of needed housing units at price ranges and rent levels in line with the financial capabilities of Enterprise’s households.

The analysis will include how much land is available in Enterprise to meet future housing needs (supply), how the supply compares to the land needed to accommodate future housing needs (demand), and strategies for the stakeholders involved to meet those housing needs.

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Community Engagement 

The City will use a variety of methods to ensure that Enterprise community members are informed about the process and have opportunities to weigh in with their thoughts and suggestions regarding the results and recommendations of the study.


Please join us at the Enterprise Housing Strategies Open House! Participants will review a series of housing production strategies to determine which are most appropriate for Enterprise. The goal of this project is to encourage the development of adequate housing affordable to all households in Enterprise.

City of Enterprise – Housing Strategies Open House

Wednesday, February 22nd at 5:30 PM

Hearts for Health, 606 Medical Parkway

Meeting Link: meet.google.com/myr-btdm-ozo

Join by Phone: (US) +1 267-797-3733

Pin: 229988306

Can’t join us? Please share this opportunity widely among your networks. We hope to engage all corners of the community.


Project Advisory Committee 

The Enterprise Planning Commission, along with Katy Nesbitt and Sara Miller, will serve as the advisory committee for the Project. The role of the advisory committee is to review materials and advise on technical and policy issues throughout the project.

The advisory committee will meet approximately four times throughout the course of the project.

Public Meetings and Surveys 

This process will include in-person and online opportunities for community members to learn about the project and provide input.



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Contact Us 

For more information about this project, please contact Lacey McQuead, City Administrator/Planning Manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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