The online public input tools for the People, Communities, and Homes Investment Plan (P-CHIP) allows the public to provide input on priorities and how to allocate funding for investing in Tucson's most-vulnerable populations. This information will then be one of the determining factors to direct funding for homeless services, housing stability, neighborhood enhancements, and more. Start off with the Priorities Survey to give feedback on what you think are the most important issues for the P-CHIP to address. Once finished, move to the Budget Tool to show how you would invest in the priorities outlined in Part 1. The public input tools will be open until Monday, Nov. 23, 2020.