Results from the 2015 Study


UPDATE: New versions of Part 3, the section emphasizing homelessness, were added in July 2016 to each county page.
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A comprehensive statewide affordable housing needs assessment was compiled in 2015. All results have been made publicly available on this website at no charge. A study of this scope has not been conducted in Oklahoma in 15 years. In our research, we have not found another study of this magnitude anywhere else in the country.

Separate reports for each of the 77 counties include projected housing trends and needs for the next 5 years. Each report includes:

- An analysis of household compositions, populations, and sub-populations

- An assessment of communities in terms of their disaster readiness and preparation.

-Larger counties delve into comprehensive, city-specific data.

The results allow municipalities, housing developers, and non-profit agencies to most effectively target their resources to address the state’s affordable housing and disaster preparation needs.

NOTE: Because of the magnitude of each report, we are unable to print copies for users. However, all documents are avaiable for viewing online or for printing.

Oklahoma Housing Needs Assessment text with houses on graphs


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