The Center for Community Progress and has added Jones Payne to their list of on-call consultants to provide technical assistance to assess, reform, develop and/or implement systems to address large-scale vacancy and abandonment in their respective communities. A national leader, Community Progress serves as the leading resource for local, state and federal policies that address the full cycle of property revitalization to their productive reuse.
Similarly, The Center for Resilient Cities, who practices sustainable community development by working with neighbors to build communities that are good for people and the environment, has engaged Jones Payne to perform data analysis for Madison, Wisconsin’s first community-focused public middle school. The data focuses on issues of togetherness, children and food culture in the community. The results will provide residents with a new way to understand and improve their neighborhoods, and start a long-term effort to make this community stronger, more vibrant, and more resilient.