Rezoned areas put small dent in housing needs

Keizer learned how deep its housing deficit was two years ago. Rezoning the city’s main commercial areas to mixed use helped, but not much. 

Members of the Keizer City Council and Keizer Planning Commission met virtually Monday, Feb. 9, to discuss new findings and look toward the future. The meeting agenda had only one item: an update of Keizer’s Housing Needs Analysis . . .

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