Eagle Mountain residents are being urged to voice their opinions on the allocation of over $200,000 in funds made available through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

The Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG) is facilitating the survey as part of the fund allocation process, emphasizing the significance of resident feedback in shaping the community’s future.

Eagle Mountain City recently became eligible for these federal dollars, qualifying for annual disbursements after officially reaching a population over 50,000 residents.

The funds can be directed toward various purposes, including infrastructure development, economic initiatives, and affordable housing projects, among others.

The Mountainland Association of Governments developed a survey to gather resident input on potential uses for these funds. Results of the survey will be provided to the City Council who will make the final decision on the use of these funds.

The survey, available in both English and Spanish, provides an accessible platform for residents to share their thoughts and preferences. The survey will remain open until March 4, allowing ample time for community members to participate.

Residents are encouraged to take a few moments to complete the survey, accessible through the following link: Survey Link.

Eagle Mountain City aims to prioritize the needs and input of its residents, emphasizing transparency and community involvement in decision-making processes.

The collected feedback will play a pivotal role in shaping the city’s future, determining the allocation of federal funds to best serve the community.