The share of the country’s population that is 65 and older has grown significantly in recent decades. People are living longer, birth rates are lower, and baby boomers (an estimated 73 million people born between 1946 and 1964) are aging.
The Boulder County Regional Housing Partnership spearheaded the development of a new regional housing plan that aims to triple the amount of affordable housing in the region over the next fifteen years.
To address its homelessness epidemic, the city of Oakland created the Community Cabins Program, an initiative that relies on the thoughtful use of data and participation from the local government, citizens, and private organizations to help combat unsheltered homelessness.
To create a set of coordinated strategies to advance equity throughout the region, 21 North Texas localities and housing authorities conducted a regional Assessment of Fair Housing for the North Texas Region.
To address elevated blood levels of lead (EBLL) found among the city’s low-income children, the “lead law” appears to have played an important role in reducing the prevalence rate of EBLLs in Monroe County.