The Flagstaff City Council will hold a work session Tuesday afternoon at City Hall. They will go over the Flagstaff Resident Survey, in which two-thousand surveys were randomly sent out to residents back in March. Of the over 19-hundred that made it to residents, 434 returned the survey completed. Some of the key findings of the survey is residents continue to enjoy a high quality of life in the city. Also affordability and availability of housing remain barriers to homeownership and staying within the community. Mobility and transportation are high regarded by residents with high usage rates of the Mountain Line bus service and FUTS. Perceptions of city services were favorable and residents generally feel safe in their community, but express concerns over certain types of crime and discrimination. Residents’ assessments of Flagstaff government performance were less positive than other survey items. Council will also discuss and direct city staff on American Rescue Plan Local Recovery Funding. The work session starts at 3 p.m. and there is limited seating available in council chambers. The meeting can also be seen on the city’s website.