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Town seeks input via online surveys


KENT – Multiple organizations and departments in the Town of Kent are seeking input from residents regarding programing and resources. Please see the information and links below.

Kent’s Park and Recreation Department wants to hear from Kent residents and participants in its programs, as well as those who use the parks, to assist in determining needs, usage, and priorities. The Park & Recreation survey closes at 3 p.m. on Thursday, March 28.

Kent Affordable Housing wants to better understand the housing situations and needs of those who work in Kent. State funding is available to create dedicated affordable housing that would be restricted to people who work in Kent. These surveys will help determine whether it is worthwhile to pursue that funding, and help strengthen an application for it. Please take the appropriate survey below.

Survey for Kent Employees

Survey for Kent Employers

Kent’s Town of Kent Social Services Department is evaluating the transportation needs for Kent residents over the age of 60. This survey pertains to Kent residents over the age of 60, but may be filled out on behalf of a senior person. The Social Services transportation survey will close on Monday, March 25.

This list was compiled by the board of directors of Kent News, Inc., the publishers of The Kent Good Times Dispatch. The mission of Kent News, Inc. is to be a non-partisan, nonprofit news and information source committed to building community and enhancing the lives of our residents, businesses and organizations by providing trusted local information and covering topics of interest to the Kent community.

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