Community Development

2011

 

Strategic Data-Use to Stabilize Neighborhoods

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Tue., December 6, 2011 - Wed., December 7, 2011
1 p.m.

Baltimore Office, Baltimore, Md.

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Overview

Please join the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond for an interactive conference exploring creative uses of data and technology to promote public and private investment in transitional communities. This conference will feature discussions with local redevelopment leaders from Baltimore, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Oakland, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and other communities. Participants will have the opportunity to consider a wide array of practical, cost-effective tools and methods to inform local decision-making, mobilize support and attract investment. This event is free, but registration is required.

 

Audience

Community organizers, nonprofit organizations, funders and local leaders

Agenda

 

Resources/Presentations

Open Data and Neighborhood Stabilization

Ground Level Data

Baltimore Green Space News, Spring 2011

Benefits of Urban Community-Managed Open Space

Using Neighborhood Data for Policy:Lessons from New York City

Strategic Data Use to Stabilize Neighborhoods: Data Infrastructure Blueprint

Collecting Data-- Stories and Advice from the Front Lines

Market Value Analysis (MVA): a data and market-based framework for investment

The Neighborhood Stabilization Team Web App: Democratizing Data in Cleveland, Ohio

Using data and mapping to identifynorth-south disparities

Workshop: Market-Driven Neighborhood Investment

TRF Market Value Analysis (MVA)

Workshop: Innovative Uses of Public Data: Examples from NeighborhoodInfo DC

Kids Count: Data-Based Advocacy

Pittsburgh: Using Data to Define a City's Market Opportunities After Massive Market Change

Subsidized Housing Information Project (SHIP)

Vacants To Value: Data Infrastructure

Neighborhood Stabilization Plan Target Areas and Residential Demolition Orders, Weak Housing Condition, High Arson Offenses, and Violent Crime Offenses

Detroit Works Project:Neighborhood Analysis & Short-term Interventions

Strategic Data Use in Cleveland -NEO CANDO

Using Data To Drive Neighborhhod Investment

Mobilizing Grassroots Participation in Data-Driven Policy

Open-source Data Infrastructure: The Providence Property Mapper

Putting Data to Work: Data Driven Approaches to Strengthening Neighborhoods

Mobilizing a Data Army with the Green Map System

UMKC Neighborhood Planning Initiative

Visual Storytelling With Data

 

Registration

Deadline: December 7, 2011

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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