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Best Practices of Neighborhood Improvements to the Built Environment

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Our local partner, Groundwork Denver, has published a collection of lessons learned and recommendations for best practices when implementing low-cost improvements to create better neighborhood environments, including improvements for pedestrians and cyclists, neighborhood cleanup, tree planting, and more. This is based on their work in Denver for the past several years.

Over the past couple of months, I have been working on additional chapters to this guide on tactical urbanism, walkshops, community engagement, and parklets. This work is made available to HUD grantees and folks interested in making a difference in their communities.

See the final version of the Best Practices Guide for Neighborhood Improvements to the Built Environment here!