This intensive, four-day leadership workshop helps local and state leaders focus on strategies for managing and reusing distressed and vacant properties.
The workshop is directed by the highly-respected national think tank and technical assistance provider focusing on vacant property revitalization, the Center for Community Progress. This year’s institute is tentatively scheduled for March 2016. Organizers hope to select three to four communities from about three states total.
To download the request for letters of interest, visit the Community Progress website
and submit your contact information. The initial letter of interest must be three pages long plus a cover letter. It is due Aug. 6.
For further information, contact Suzanne Hague
, AICP, senior advisor for Community Development and Planning, California Strategic Growth Council.