State of Indiana conducting a survey on housing and community development needs

INDIANA – The State of Indiana, as a recipient of funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), is conducting a survey to collect information on housing and community development needs in the state to inform its 2023 Annual Action Plan.

The Indiana Community Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) and the Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) encourage Partners and Stakeholders to respond to this survey. The results of this survey will inform how the state chooses to allocate housing and community development funds for the 2023 program year.

This survey is designed for people who work in the fields of housing and community development, lending, social services, fair housing, and advocacy. Because this study is focused on the state’s smaller cities and rural areas, we are especially interested in hearing from people who work in these communities. We also welcome input on statewide issues that affect Indiana residents, regardless of where they live.

You can access the survey online at:  You may also access the survey by activating the attached QR code.   

2023 Action Plan QR

Please invite others in your field to participate in the survey. This survey closes on March 3, 2023, at the close of business. This survey is being conducted by Root Policy Research, a community consulting firm in Denver. If you would like to request assistance with the survey or an alternative format contact Julia Jones at or 970-880-1415 x106.

The official notice of the Public Hearing process is available by clicking here.