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What are your thoughts about housing in Littleton?

82 registered responses


Do you spend more than 30% of your monthly income on rent and mortgage?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 34.6% 28
No 65.4% 53

Do you spend more than 50% of your monthly income on rent and mortgage?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 6.2% 5
No 93.8% 76

Which housing options would best support the needs of Littleton’s families, seniors, and young professionals? (choose all the apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Apartments 33.3% 24
Smaller/tiny homes 50.0% 36
Multi-plex housing 40.3% 29
Townhomes/Attached Units 59.7% 43
Detached Accessory Dwelling Units 43.1% 31
Senior housing 41.7% 30
Senior group living 19.4% 14
Duplex Conversions 38.9% 28
Cluster housing 31.9% 23
Mixed Use/ Compact development 48.6% 35

I support increasing housing options in Littleton by: (select all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Promoting safety and transportation choices 46.3% 37
Having building with stores and shops as well as housing 53.8% 43
Making Littleton an affordable home to teachers, firefighters, and essential workers to live in Littleton 57.5% 46
Requiring high quality design and character in housing 58.8% 47
Other 45.0% 36

Could a wider range of lot sizes, including smaller lots for smaller houses, be acceptable?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 65.0% 52
No 20.0% 16
Other 15.0% 12

How should the City of Littleton address its responsibility to the regional housing crisis?

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May 9, 2021, 9:22 AM
  • Do you spend more than 30% of your monthly income on rent and mortgage?
    • No
  • Do you spend more than 50% of your monthly income on rent and mortgage?
    • No
  • Which housing options would best support the needs of Littleton’s families, seniors, and young professionals? (choose all the apply)
    • Apartments
    • Smaller/tiny homes
    • Detached Accessory Dwelling Units
  • I support increasing housing options in Littleton by: (select all that apply)
    • Requiring high quality design and character in housing
    • Other - Limited Structure Heights of below three stories
  • Could a wider range of lot sizes, including smaller lots for smaller houses, be acceptable?
    • Yes
  • How should the City of Littleton address its responsibility to the regional housing crisis?
    No response.
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