The U.S. Army has launched its annual housing survey starting January 11 for tenants living in Army privatized, government-owned and government-leased households at all Army garrisons.
The voluntary and confidential survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and hopes to gain critical feedback on living experiences to help shape the future housing quality and services at the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG).
“It is important to get the issues out there that need to be taken care of and addressed,” said Richard Trelease, housing chief for YPG. Simple things like changes throughout the community, amenities, and management issues can be expressed through the survey, he added.
The survey will be emailed to nearly 110,000 tenants living in Army privatized, government-owned, and government-leased housing.
Any housing tenants who have not received a survey from ArmyHousingSurvey@celassociates.com can contact the local garrison housing office.
One survey can be completed by each household and tenants have until February 24, 2022 to complete it.
A summary of the 2022 results will be made public as early as April and will be published at https://www.army.mil/qualityoflife/#housing.