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  1. Monitoring Neighborhood Change to Drive Action Turning the Corner Maia Woluchem April 2016

  2. What is this all about? • Pilots a research model that monitors neighborhood change • Spillover effects: • Driving informed government action • Supporting displacement prevention • Promoting inclusive revitalization

  3. Partners

  4. But why? • Post-recession v. pre-recession housing markets • New opportunities as neighborhoods in post-industrial cities see the fruits of investments

  5. How does it happen? • At the least, the big three: • Data • Effective communication • Solid understanding of the dynamics of neighborhood change • Mechanism to facilitate exchange across national institutions and localities

  6. What we hope to accomplish • Develop holistic metrics • Facilitate community conversations • Advance the state of the field • Share strategies • Produce protocols and methodology

  7. What we hope to accomplish • Develop holistic metrics • Facilitate community conversations • Advance the state of the field • Share strategies • Produce protocols and methodology

  8. Key Design Elements • Qualitative and quantitative data collection • Topical exploration of various types of displacement • Practical application of research through advisory committee and communications

  9. Key Design Elements • Qualitative and quantitative data collection • Topical exploration of various types of displacement • Practical application of research through advisory committee and communications

  10. Key Design Elements • Qualitative and quantitative data collection • Topical exploration of various types of displacement • Practical application of research through advisory committee

  11. January – June 2016 Project Design • Practice and literature review • Developing research guidance and protocols

  12. June 2016 – May 2017Local Implementation • Plan and implement engagement process • Local data collection • Share local progress and early lessons

  13. June 2017 – December 2017Cross-Site Summary & Dissemination • Synthesize lessons and experiences • Disseminate to local and national audiences.

  14. So how do you get involved? • Participants from post-industrial cities • Research partner • Local funders • Local advisory group • Participation by regional Federal Reserve Banks • Contribute to review of practice, informal sharing

  15. For more info • Kathy Pettit • kpettit@urban.org • Maia Woluchem • mwoluchem@urban.org