The many dimensions of the crisis, the impact of the pandemic, and what will (and won’t) really make a difference.
How three local governments in ICMA’s Economic Mobility and Opportunity Cohort are addressing housing challenges for lower-income residents.
Dr. Seth Kaplan examines what makes a neighborhood fragile and how a focus on the local level makes all the difference.
Housing and Community Development
In some communities, ports are showing up as partners to meet housing demand and promote housing stability.
With so many benefits to residents, this community planning concept is something local government managers should consider.
From the book, Climate Resilience for an Aging Nation, consider these approaches to housing that can better protect older adults in the face of a growing climate crisis.
Join us for free workshops and to meet ICMA's EMO Cohort at the ICMA Annual Conference in Austin, Texas.
Actionable next steps on what local governments can do about affordable housing, and its direct tie-in to community dynamics and economic mobility opportunities for residents.