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Neighborhood revitalization and stabilization - Publications


Perspectives from Main Street: The Impact of COVID-19 on Communities and the Entities Serving Them

This report provides insight into the scope and scale of challenges that U.S. communities are facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It summarizes the findings of a nationwide survey of nonprofit organizations, financial institutions, government agencies, and other community organizations. The survey was conducted in early April by the 12 Federal Reserve Banks and the Board of Governors. It saw nearly 3,900 respondents serving urban, suburban, and rural communities.

Building Entrepreneurship Ecosystems in Communities of Color

Entrepreneurship ecosystems leverage the resources of local communities to support entrepreneurs as they start and scale high-growth companies. This guide gives ecosystem builders an overview of key concepts and recommendations on how to develop high-growth entrepreneurship in communities of color.

Disconnected: Seven lessons on fixing the digital divide

The report from the Kansas City Fed focuses on broadband access, economic impact and success stories for communities wishing to narrow the digital divide. The digital divide refers to the gap between those with and without access to affordable, reliable broadband and the skills and equipment to utilize it.

Weathering the Storm

This new publication from the Dallas Fed explores recovery efforts in the wake of recent natural disasters across the United States. It presents guidance on how financial institutions can help advance disaster recovery in low- and moderate-income communities and meet their obligations under the Community Reinvestment Act.

Home Lending in Hamilton County Neighborhoods

A Cleveland Fed researcher used Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) to examine trends in mortgage lending in Hamilton County, Ohio--home to Cincinnati--during a 27-year period beginning in 1990.

Home Lending in Franklin County Neighborhoods

A Cleveland Fed Policy Analyst used Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) to examine trends in mortgage lending in Franklin County, Ohio--home to Columbus--during a 27-year period beginning in 1990.

Investing in Coal Country

The Central Appalachian region is currently experiencing an economic transition. This Cleveland Fed blog entry looks at how philanthropic organizations are working to overcome the region’s challenges by capitalizing on its natural assets.

Reflections on Discriminatory Lending: Past and Present

The Fair Housing Act is fifty years old and despite some progress made during those years on the housing front, challenges remain. The Cleveland Fed attended a panel discussion assessing its impact and those challenges.

Unemployment, Vacant Properties, Population Decline: Finding Solutions in Dayton

The Cleveland Fed toured Dayton, Ohio and heard from people who raised shared challenges: employers unable to fill jobs, vacant and abandoned housing, and population loss. What are people attempting to do to turn things around, and what’s working?

Bridges — Winter 2017-2018

Bridges is a quarterly review of regional community and economic development issues, projects, and regulatory changes for practitioners from community-based organizations, as well as for CRA officers, academics, and government officials that work in the Eighth Federal Reserve District. Feature articles in the Winter 2017-2018 issue include: New St. Louis Fed Tool Dives Deep into Community Investment; Cash on Hand Is Critical for Avoiding Hardship; Connecting a Memphis Community to the Built Environment through Equity; Investment Connection: The St. Louis Fed’s New Approach to CRA; CRA: An Examiner’s Perspective – Questions to Ask Workforce Development Partners; and more.

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