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Kandiyohi County 2015 Housing Study

UPDATE: The housing study results are now available in PDF format at the links below:

01 Executive Summary 2015 Final
02 Atwater 2015
03 Blomkest 2015
04 Kandiyohi 2015
05 Lake Lillian 2015
06 New London 2015
07 Pennock 2015
08 Prinsburg 2015
09 Raymond 2015
10 Regal 2015
11 Spicer 2015
12 Sunburg 2015
13 Willmar 2015

Background: On September 30th, 2015 a presentation discussing housing needs in each Kandiyohi County community was held. The meeting was put on by Willmar Lakes Area Vision 2040 and the Kandiyohi County Housing and Redevelopment Authority at the Health and Human Services building multi-purpose room (2200 23rd St. NE, Suite 2090). Presented by the study’s author, Community Partners Research, Inc.

The study results are available in the links above.


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