February 26, 2016
Neighborhood Marketing & Branding
To revitalize neighborhoods, creating a positive image must go beyond addressing blight and vacant properties.
6 Tips for Improving Community Safety
Implement “lighter, quicker, cheaper placemaking”
Use the SARA (scan, analyze, respond, assess) Model for problem solving
Document your strategy and collect data on results
Increase social cohesion by encouraging residents to reclaim their space
Leverage dollars and community assets
Source: IDEAWORKS – NeighborWorks
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