Take the Miami Fair Housing Survey

Miami Fair Housing Survey

The city promotes equal housing opportunity through education and training, monitoring and investigating fair housing complaints utilizing techniques to support fair housing litigation, and conduct research and studies to identify and address fair housing impediments.

Completing the survey will help the city:

  • Identify potential discriminatory practices in housing.
  • Understand patterns of residential segregation.
  • Determine barriers to housing choice.
  • Decide the best course of action for reducing impediments to fair housing.

ACCESSIBILITY:  If you require assistance in completing the survey due to a disability, contact the City of Miami at 305-416-2096. TDD/TTY users should dial 711.

PRIVACY DISCLOSURE: This survey is being conducted for information purposes only. Responses can be anonymous.  Providing contact information is optional, but allows us to recognize organizational participation in the development of the Analysis of Impediments.

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Kim Henderson

Meet Alliance member Kim Henderson, the dynamic President & CEO of Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida

Meet Alliance member Kim Henderson, the dynamic President & CEO of Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida (NHSSF). Not only is she a stalwart advocate for her community, but she also recognizes the monumental opportunity ahead.

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With the Justice Climate Fund there’s hope on the horizon. Committed to ensuring that resources reach those most marginalized, especially communities of color severely impacted by climate calamities.

a resident completes the online survey

Community Impact Measures – Update


The NHSSF team had a successful completion to NeighborWorks Community Impact Measures.  We surveyed a historically African American community, Liberty City.

The results were:

Blocks Observed – 162 of 194  (many of these blocks were inaccessible due to a massive new construction)

Buildings Observed – 109 of 100 required

Resident Surveys Completed – 223 of 200 required

NHSSF will hold a Community Listening Session to report out the analysis in February once the results are analyzed by our partner NeighborWorks America. Stay tuned for the date and time.