Snohomish County asks public for input on affordable housing, homelessness needs

The roughly $5 million in federal grant funding is slated for projects benefitting low- to moderate-income residents and neighborhoods.

Editor’s note: The above video on Tacoma opening low-income housing originally aired Nov. 10, 2021.

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – Snohomish County is holding two meetings in December to gather the community’s input on what residents need in terms of affordable housing, public facilities, infrastructure and other services next year.

The county said that the information gathered will help officials determine where federal grant funding is spent.

Each year, the county in consortium with 19 cities within the county gets about $5 million in

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