Community Progress hosts trainings and other educational events around the country. Here, you’ll find information about our upcoming events, including registration (if applicable), as well as the events of partner organizations.
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How Are Ohio's Small and Mid-Sized Legacy Cities Faring?
Greater Ohio Policy Center
October 27, 2016 at 10am EST: Click here for information
Ohio’s older industrial cities weathered a number of challenges in recent years, including population loss, ongoing economic transition, and neighborhood instability worsened by the Great Recession and foreclosure crisis. Smaller legacy cities experienced many of these challenges like their larger neighbors Cleveland and Cincinnati, but have different opportunities and obstacles to confront in achieving revitalization. This webinar will explore the findings of a recent report by Greater Ohio Policy Center that examined how smaller legacy cities, from Akron to Zanesville, fared over the last 15 years. GOPC will share best practices that smaller legacy cities throughout the Midwest and Northeast used to jumpstart revitalization.
Retaining Maker and Manufacturing Space with Zoning Tools
Urban Manufacturing Alliance
December 8, 2016 at 1pm EST: Click here for information
As manufacturing space is threatened by residential, commercial, and retail uses, cities are starting to think creatively about where small-batch production can happen in a city. Learn about new or proposed zoning initiatives in Somerville, Nashville, and Indianapolis that are helping makers and manufacturers protect real estate space they currently occupy or can move to in the future.
National Trust for Historic Preservation
November 15-18, 2016: Click here for information
PastForward is the premier educational and networking event for those in the business of saving places. This year, attendees will be energized and challenged as we consider the role preservation can play in securing more healthy, sustainable, just and attractive cities during the 50th anniversary celebrations of the National Historic Preservation Act.
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