Missoula County is seeking community feedback, in the form of an online survey and public meeting, to identify needs and gaps in services related to public infrastructure and facilities, economic development, human services, and COVID-19 response and recovery efforts. Additionally, this year’s assessment will focus on housing priorities to assist in developing an affordable housing strategy for Missoula County. To participate in the online survey, please go to the below web link by May 19, 2021. The survey is anonymous and will allow for valuable feedback on community development needs and the satisfaction with the county’s role in addressing community needs. Community Needs Assessment Online Survey link: http://missoula.co/cna-survey Missoula County will hold a virtual public meeting on May 25, 2021 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM for the purpose of sharing results from the online survey and to seek comments and suggestions from citizens on the activities that should be undertaken to meet the identified needs and their relative priority. Missoula County may apply for funding from the Montana Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program or HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) (federal funding administered by the Montana Department of Commerce) and other state and federal funding sources to support local housing, public facilities/infrastructure or other community needs. Comments may be given orally at the public meeting or in writing before May 28, 2021. Submit written comments to email@example.com. To learn more about the Community Needs Assessment and to access the May 25, 2021 Public Meeting, visit: http://missoula.co/cna If you would like more information or to request special accommodations in order to participate, please contact Kayla Talbert, Grants Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.