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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

  • Post-Shaw’s Food Search Begins

    [Excerpt] At the last community meeting, attendants filled out a survey about their shopping habits and needs. The survey also circulated in neighborhoods and on the web. More than 2,000 people have responded so far.

    Mar. 31, 2010

    Health

  • City of New Haven Complete Streets Design Manual

    This manual provides technical guidance on the building, rebuilding, repair, and rehabilitation of city streets, guided by a set of principles for an evolving understanding of the importance of streets to the social and economic fabric of a community. Additionally, this manual is intended to provide the city of New Haven the tools and information needed to engage in constructive converstaions about solving local traffic problems with City staff.

    Mar. 31, 2010

    Economy

  • New Haven School Performance Measurement

    This presentation brings together data on student performance, progress, and engagement, including test scores and college success.

    Mar. 31, 2010

    Education

  • Closing Shaw's is Bad for Our Health

    In response to the closing of Shaw's Supermarket, CARE carried out a project to map New Haven neighborhoods and take inventory of places to buy food. The results showed that there is a lack of grocery stores and supermarkets in New Haven, making it difficult for people to find healthy food.

    Mar. 31, 2010

    Health

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