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Community Builders colloaborates with communitys in "community assistance projects". Areas of assistance include: redevelopment and revitalization, transportation, transportation issues, housing issues, community and regional planning, and economic and policy analysis.
|Geography:||Idaho, Montana, Wyoming|
|Resource Type:||information source, organization, educational resource, training|
|Subtopic:||data & analysis, surveys & analytic tools, community & capacity development, rural community issues & solutions, redevelopment & revitalization, planning, local government, housing & real estate, Data Collection & Analysis, Community Building, Land Use Planning & Housing, Local Government & Services,|
|Tags:||community development, community building, transportation, housing, planning, economic development, redevelopment, community revitalization|
Idaho Fair Housing Forum
The Fair Housing Forum is a community of Idaho stakeholders dedicated to open and respectful discussion of issues impacting housing consumers, providers and advocates. We welcome diverse opinions, explore areas of common interest and strive to address real or perceived barriers to fair housing in Idaho. Forum members support education and outreach opportunities throughout Idaho. These include the Fair Housing Art Competition and Calendar, conferences and Fair Housing Month events. This site serves as a clearinghouse for fair housing and related information of interest to all fair housing stakeholders.
|Resource Type:||advocacy, educational resource, information source|
|Subtopic:||housing & real estate,|
|Tags:||• fair housing, access, accessibility, housing information, housing toolbox|
University of Idaho: Bioregional Planning & Community Design Program
The Bioregional Planning & Community Design (BIOP) program at the University of Idaho offers opportunities for students to earn a graduate degree in planning. Further, the BioP program provides opportunities for non-traditional students and communities to participate in online classes, recieve training in professional development and to be educated about local planning issues. Each semester the BIOP program works with different communities throughout Idaho to address their current planning issues.
|Resource Type:||information source|
|Subtopic:||planning, workforce training, development & smart growth, Land Use Planning & Housing, Business & Economy,|
|Tags:||planning, education, community design|