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  • 2010 New Haven Neighborhood Quality Quality of Life Survey & Workshops (Downtown-Wooster Square Neighborhood Workshop)

    A survey was conducted to assess the strengths of neighborhoods in order to develop "Action Plans." This Powerpoint was presented at the neighborhood workshop run by the Downtown-Wooster Square Community Management Team and address survey results related to the neighborhod, including demographics, neighborhood, and community perceptions.

    May. 10, 2010

    All DataHaven Programs, Civic Vitality

  • New Haven first quality of life survey has good news, bad news

    [Excerpt] The results are in, but the hard work continues as community groups begin to dissect the results of the first citywide New Haven Neighborhood Quality of Life Survey.

    May. 9, 2010

    Civic Vitality, Demographics

  • Dwight Neighborhood Planning Update 2007

    The Neighborhood Plan for Community Action was developed during two community design workshops with neighborhood residents, public officials, and local organizations. They addressed different issues, including safety, education, streets, and economic development. The resulting document encompasses their concerns and suggestions for their neighborhood.

    Jun. 3, 2007

    Civic Vitality

  • Conservation and Development Policies Plan for Connecticut, 2004-2009

    This report provides the policy and planning framework for administrative and programmatic actions and capital and operational investment decisions of state government. It seeks to guide future state capital investments in a manner that leverages existing physical assets, revitalizes our urban areas to make them attractive again to our citizens, and provides municipalities with incentives to ensure that their land use policies do not inadvertently raise public costs odegrade natural resources.

    Dec. 31, 2004

    Civic Vitality

  • Informing Our Nation: Improving How to Understand and Assess the USA's Position and Progress

    The United States Government Accountability Office released this report studied a diverse set of key indicator systems that provide economic, environmental, social, and cultural information for local, state, or regional jurisdictions. The included suggestions for future improvements.

    Nov. 30, 2004

    Civic Vitality

  • Building and Using Community Information Systems: Inventory of Available Tools and Guides (Draft)

    This paper develops an organizational framework and catalogues tools supporting community information systems (CIS) in the following areas: building and using CISs, assembling and using data sources, developing indicators, using CISs forchange, developing CIS technology, building user capacity, and building institutional capacity. Although a variety of resources already exist to support the CIS movement, the paper finds needs for creating or updating resources in areas.

    Nov. 30, 2004

    Civic Vitality