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A draft of the Social Sustainability Gaps Analysis in the City of Fort Collins is now available online for public comment.
The City Council will discuss the initial results of the study at a work session on February 11.
The study assesses the social sustainability needs in the community and how the City could be involved in closing those gaps. Seven major target areas are addressed: Housing, Homelessness, Poverty, Health and Wellness, Education and At-Risk Youth, Diversity and Equity, and Targeted Populations (including Seniors, Persons with Disabilities, Veterans, Victims of Domestic Violence).
Among the primary gaps, according to the initial findings:
Consultants leading the project were Denver-based BBC Research & Consulting and Clarion Associates in Fort Collins. Read the full 133-page report or comment online at fcgov.com/socialsustainability.