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City Council work session looking at affordable housing barriers

The Nagle Warren Mansion shines in the sun at 222 E. 17th St. in Cheyenne. Built in 1888, the building has hosted presidents and been the site of meetings that have directly shaped Cheyenne into what it is today. (Briar Napier/Cap City News)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Barriers to accessible housing will be the focus of the upcoming City Council Work Session.

This session will be held on May 20 at noon.

The council will be receiving findings from an analysis of the City’s housing conditions, which was part of a student capstone project. This will include the housing survey conducted in April 2022.

Residents will be able to attend the meeting in person at the Municipal Building’s Council Chambers on 2101 O’Neil Ave.

This meeting will also be available remotely on Zoom by following the link here.

The meeting will also be livestreamed on the City’s FacebookTwitter, and YouTube pages in addition to Spectrum local access channel 192.

There will be no public comment will be taken during the work session.