As you play, you'll find that Cities: Skylines 2's low density demand bar tends to stay frequently filled, even as you make efforts to resolve it by constructing its associated housing type.
How do you resolve low density demand in Cities Skylines 2
By the looks of it, there doesn't seem to be a way to resolve low density demand in its entirety. The bar fills up at varying points during the game and you can find a breakdown as to why that happens by accessing the City Information menu in the lower left part of the screen.
Constructing low density housing does temporarily lower the bar, resolving demand in Cities: Skiylines II. That, however, tends to only last for a while, which can be pretty confusing.
Low density housing attracts single families, so making your city appealing to other categories of people may help fix this issue.
Having different types of jobs available and adjusting your residential taxes from the City Economy tab are two other things you should consider.
That being said, multiple factors seem to affect the mechanic and, since not all of them are clearly explained, the effectiveness of these approaches may vary between different cities.
Even if you cannot fully resolve low density demand in Cities: Skylines II, it's worth keeping in mind that the bar being full doesn't necessarily mean that you're dealing with an emergency.
Rather than a red flag, you can treat it as an indicator that makes it easier to take note of what housing zones potential citizens desire.
Even with the bar full, you should be able to focus your efforts and funds into other parts of your city, especially if they're vital for expansion or have problems that must be more readily addressed.
Hopefully, these pointers can help you move towards resolving low density demand in Cities: Skylines II, or at least let you worry less about the dreaded green bar being full.
For more on the city builder, here are our articles on console commands and the Hardware Not Supported for Volumetric Materials error.
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