Cincinnati, Implementing, Commercial and Economic Development—Cincinnati's Over-The-Rhine neighborhood is thriving, but many longtime residents feel left out
Engaging—What to do when community engagement is not as easy as it sounds
Community Safety—BCJI gathering turns spotlight on sustainability
Affordable Housing, Rural Community Development—Federal Reserve livestreams rural housing policy conference
Planning, Parks, Open Space & Greening, Washington, DC—As new park plan brings investment, DC LISC aims for equitable development
Affordable Housing—Growth of rental stock in largest US metro areas is not keeping pace with growth in number of renters
Housing Development and Preservation—New guide presents financing and rent payment options to help owners preserve Section 236 properties as affordable homes.
Family Income & Assets—New eBook spotlights information and ideas to improve the financial well-being of America's households
Affordable Housing, Health & Wellness—New set of briefs provides guidance for housing and health professionals
Community Safety—Department of Justice announces FY 2016 community safety grant competition, applications due May 12
Recently Featured: Community Safety
Community Safety's Key Ingredient: Trust Building trusting relationships between community members and law enforcement is challenging, but essential
Working Together To Make Everyone Safer Community-police partnerships are more critical than ever to bring safety to troubled neighborhoods.
Want to know what community policing looks like in practice? Dance-offs.
See more stories about Community Safety in the In The News section.
Engaging Youth In Neighborhood Safety How to bring young people into the community safety conversation
Data Informs Effective Community Safety Approaches Using data and research to find the right crime reduction strategies
Local Community Safety Efforts Bring Both Challenge and Inspiration Key Lessons from the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation program
The resources included in our 2014 Community safety spotlight can be viewed here.
About the Institute
The LISC Institute for Comprehensive Community Development is designed to share knowledge and resources with LISC staff, local agencies in the LISC network and others who are working in the field of comprehensive community development. The Institute website, trainings, webinars and peer-to-peer support are tools that help practitioners and their partners successfully implement comprehensive community initiatives.