Community Impact Survey
Schofield Barracks and Fort Shafter are reducing troops by about 1,500 troops (~10%) in response to Federal mandates. We want to find out how this is going to affect the community. Please kokua by taking a few minutes to answer a few questions below. Thanks!

These are the key areas and examples of how it might impact you:
Retail sales: "I own a business that gets 30% of its sales from the military."
Housing: "I rent a spare bedroom in my house to military personnel."
Schools and higher education: "My daughter goes to a school where half her class is military."
Employment and workforce: "At my job, four out of our ten employees are military."
Social/public services infrastructure and facilities: "I run a childcare facility where 80% of our children are military."
Defense suppliers and small businesses: "I work for a general contractor that gets 90% of its revenue from Schofield construction projects."

This study was prepared under contract with the City and County of Honolulu with financial support from the Office of Economic Adjustment, Department of Defense. The content reflects the views of the City and County of Honolulu and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment. For more info, contact Mark Ambler (mark.ambler@westonsolutions.com).
What impact will 1,500 less troops on Schofield and Shafter have on you? *
I don't expect to be impacted
I'll be impacted in a small way
The impact on me will be noticeable
The impact will be significant
It will impact my retail sales
It will impact my housing situation
It will have an impact on my family's school
It will impact my employment
Impact on public services in my area (including traffic)
Impact on Defense suppliers and small business
Please tell us your story on how a reduction of troops at Schofield and Fort Shafter impact you.
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