The City of Charlottetown’s Youth Retention Advisory Board – Charlottetown Youth Matters - would like to remind the public that the housing for Youth survey closes on Friday, February 16. The Board’s goal is to collect meaningful data from the city’s youth (ages of 16 and 35) to help shape policy and direction as the City of Charlottetown works with its partners and other levels of government on housing concerns.
The survey is available on the Charlottetown – Youth Matters Facebook page, the City’s social media platforms, as well as www.charlottetown.ca (direct link: https://goo.gl/forms/XBCZyQyNxaAgK4bi2)
The survey is intended for youth currently living in the City of Charlottetown, and those outside of the city or province who moved away, want to move back or who have general concerns about housing for youth in Charlottetown. The board hopes the results of the survey will provide a better understanding of what impact living costs and availability have on youth who live, or are wanting to live, in Charlottetown. The survey also gives youth a chance to define what "affordable housing" means to them.
The housing for youth survey closes on Friday, February 16.
City of Charlottetown