The City of Missoula receives funds from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to invest in housing and community development. Please complete this survey to be sure that these funds address the greatest housing and community development needs in the city for low- and moderate-income households*.
Para completar la encuesta en español, use el botón en la esquina superior derecha de esta página.

This survey is meant for both residents in the City of Missoula and individuals working in the fields of housing and community development, lending, social services, and fair housing and advocacy. Participation is voluntary, and all responses are confidential and will only be reported in combination with other participants’ responses. This survey is not associated with any political party or election.  

The survey should take 5-7 minutes to complete. Everyone who completes this survey will be entered into a drawing and have a chance to win a $100 gift card.

Please invite others in your community and field to participate in the survey!

If you need an accommodation to participate in the survey—for example, if you use a screen reader and it is easier to complete the survey by phone, please contact Frankie Lewington at or call 970-880-1415. Si prefiere hablar con alguien en español, envíe un correo electrónico a 

*According to HUD, the median family income in Missoula is $100,900 (as of June 2023). Using the CDBG definition of low- and moderate-income households, a household is considered low income if they make 50% or less of the median family income and moderate income if they make above 50% but less than 80% of the median family income. For the purposes of this survey, a low-income household is defined as a household that makes less than $37,000 annually, while a moderate-income household is defined as a household that makes between $37,000 and $59,000.